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Bubble Dreams Review

I'm not sure if the soothing piano music which gently plays throughout, the chimerical visuals being bathed in soft and warm pastel hues, or simply the relaxed and relaxing pace of the gameplay were to blame, but a few... Read More »

Stellar Escape Review

Now it's Orange Agenda's turn to show that March is shaping up to be a great month for those who happen to like their iDevice games short, sweet, and cheap. Even if it lacks the cool explosions and ray... Read More »

Vector Conflict: The Siege Review

DigYourOwnGrave released this one as an online game awhile back, but Littlegrey Media has come along to show us that it truly belongs on iOS. It's on sale for a buck through the rest of the month, so fans... Read More »

Kami Retro Review

Boasting a delightfully garish neo-retro style and fine line in old school difficulty, Gamevil's latest, Kami Retro, an expertly crafted love letter to the 8-bit era, feels familiar enough to be instantly intuitive, yet its gripping gameplay remains surprisingly... Read More »

Liqua Pop Review

iChromo and EA just brought us one of the most beautiful and well-designed action puzzlers in iOS history. The content runs out of steam after several hours of play, but it's a good enough several hours that every iDevice... Read More »

Charlie in Trouble: The Adventure Continues Review

Rapid Turtle Games shows that it's certainly got the basics of level design and user interface down pat in this puzzle platformer, but Charlie's still in trouble when it comes to offering the player a game experience that feels... Read More »

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The Drill Plus Review

Weird. That's the word that springs to mind when playing Spotcat Studio's newest game, The Drill Plus, a top-down shooter that swaps the usual spaceship versus extraterrestrial cannon fodder schtick for a scrawny superhero who wields a humongous drill... Read More »

Mission Europa In-Depth Review & In-Game Giveaway!

It doesn't cure cancer and it may not even be a flawless game, but Mission Europa is hands-down the meatiest iDevice title we've played in either the Action RPG or First Person Shooter genres. Complete with over 50 missions,... Read More »

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InterStellar Force Review

A passion project for indie developer David Molnar, who evidently spent a good chunk of the 80's (and his allowance, no doubt) at the local arcade blasting through an array of side scrolling shoot-em-ups, Interstellar Force is an action-packed... Read More »

Help Save the casualties in Japan, Get a Game in Return

In the wake of the recent devastating earthquake/tsunami in Japan, our good friends at iPhone Gamer UK and AppsJP have teamed up to launch a very special initiative that gives you the opportunity to make a charitable donation to... Read More »

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