Sean Koch

Real Steel Review

"Real Steel" comes out in theaters on October 7, and we're giving Jump Games' videogame tie-in the review treatment to celebrate! All in all, I'd say it was well worth the look for the lesson I came away with: certain things just shouldn't be automated....

Anthill Review

War is Hell. That's why it belongs only in extremely well-crafted and devilishly addictive strategy games, like this one!...

GooMonsters Review

News flash: game made in cocos2d, gets high score from iFanzine. Digitally Bold's top-down slasher could still improve, but it's gotten so much right that it deserves more attention from the action and Action RPG crowds by our reckoning....

RoomBreak Review

If you've always wondered what would happen if the Find the Hidden Object and logic puzzle genres were tossed into a blender with "Twilight Zone: The Movie," look no further than Gameday's App Store debut....

Super Bit Dash Review

Fakepup may have gone back to 2D since their debut with "Snowball Smash" last year, but they've also raised the bar for their work with this slick take on the running genre. Even if you can't imagine picking up yet another running game, you'd do well to give "Super Bit Dash" a good look, and if you're a retro platformer fan it should extend to your interests as well....

Arcade Jumper! In-Depth Review

Can the presence of Mr. Destructoid single-handedly salvage a videogame? If "Arcade Jumper!" is any indication, the answer is a resounding: "Yes!" Black Hive Media's latest iOS entry may be rough around the edges, but Destructoid's mascot, among other playable heroes, lend it some of the depth I've so longed for in iOS platformers. ...

Commander Pixman Review

"Commander Pixman"'s level design transcends its presentational simplicity, taking the preferences of the modern mobile gamer well into account. Pixman's levels are both bite-sized and appreciably complex -- which should seem like an oxymoron on paper, but One Minute Games pulls it off handily....

RobotRiot Review

As a platforming experience that serves up retro challenge without necessarily making the player tear his or her hair out, "RobotRiot" is a sure bet for genre fans. This is like stepping into a time machine and winding up in 1991!...

Jelly Defense Review

We'd rather play this game than eat Jell-O -- and that's not a statement we make lightly! If you're a fan of Tower Defense, Castle Defense, or Real-Time Strategy games in general, Jelly Defense is a clear must-have. Even if you don't consider yourself a genre fan but have a strong appreciation for challenges of logic, this is one worth taking a chance on if you've got the bucks and the time to invest in it....

Puzzle Love Review

If a puzzle lover could love puzzles, how many puzzles could a puzzle lover love? You can find out in "Puzzle Love," Naked Apps' free - for now - gift to puzzle lovers. Oh, by the way -- there's a link to a free iPad contest at the end of our review!...