Sean Koch

Treemaker Review

A great physics puzzler done in by a poor tutorial. If you're willing to contend with some guesswork - or if you've already been prepared by our review, for that matter - "Treemaker" is one that physics and action puzzle fans would do well to swing into....

Pickpawcket Review

Not only is "Pickpawcket" one of the best art history lessons you'll find on iOS, it's a really cool game too! Maybe it's not that port of "Metal Gear Solid" you've always wanted on your iDevice, but fans of stealth action and logic puzzle games are nevertheless highly encouraged to give this one some well-deserved attention....

Solar Rescue Densetsu Review

The makers of "Vincere Totus Astrum" return, this time reviving a golden oldie from 1979! If "Lunar Lander" games just aren't challenging enough for you any more, this is one you definitely don't want to miss out on....

Desert Quest Review

An imbalanced title if there ever was one! "Desert Quest" packs in gorgeous visuals, variety, smoothly working technicals, and plenty of content. It's set back by the fact that the core of its gameplay is composed of rather lackluster combat and a find-the-needle-in-the-haystack approach to mission objectives....

Ninja Sniper Review

Watch out -- this one might blow your fingers off! Well, that's what some of the promotional material for "Ninja Sniper" suggests, but rest assured that sufficient work went into the translation of what little text lies inside. If you're a twitch shooter fan and always wanted to be a ninja, this one might be right up your alley!...

DEO Review

Behold, a new cross between the side-scrolling platformer and the physics puzzler is born! Plugging "DEO" into a specific category is a challenge in and of itself, but if you're a fan of either of those genres you'll probably find lots to appreciate in this one from Strapped to a Meteor....

Project: Breaking Point Review

"Project: Breaking Point" is what would happen if an "Arkanoid" arcade cabinet suddenly popped up in the middle of a techno rave. Rough around the edges but content-packed, this one promises a lot of entertainment for lenient genre fans with a taste for rainbows....

Drag’On Review

If you've been following iFanzine for awhile you'll no doubt remember "Yslandia," brought to us by MovingPlayer and BulkyPix last October. I wasn't sure what to expect when MovingPlayer made the jump from MMORPGs to casual puzzlers, but after "Drag'On" you'll hear no complaints from me if they decide to spend some more time in their newfound niche!...

Gun Fu Hands-On Preview

As much a work of slick art nouveau as it is a videogame, "Gun Fu" is a good example of how much a developer can accomplish with a minimalistic approach....