Seed 2's interface could stand some improvement and it's chock full of the ubiquitous fetch quests that are quickly wearing out their welcome in iPhone RPGs, but if you can get past its flaws you'll find a very deep and fulfilling action RPG thanks to an engaging character development system and excellent overall polish.
iFanzine thoroughly enjoyed Antistar 3D: Rising when we reviewed the game a few weeks back, dubbing it an "enthralling adventure" and a "cult classic in the making." And it's just about to get bigger and better! Ahead of the eagerly awaited second installment of this serial adventure, Anime 3D SFX have made some significant improvements to the game. To celebrate we've got 5 copies to give away!
When her fiancée goes AWOL two days before their nuptials,Vera, Mushroom Age's plucky protagonist, wastes no time moping and instead arms herself with a magical cell phone capable of time travel. Which, as it transpires, isn't as mental as it sounds, because groom-to-be Tom has inadvertently managed to become hopelessly lost somewhere between the dawn of time and the year 3008 (must have been one hell of a stag-night, eh?).
A 3D platformer/adventure game set in a beautifully realized dream world populated by all manner of magical creatures and driven forth by a blackly comic take on fairy tale fable, Antistar is utterly unlike anything else I've ever played. On an iDevice or elsewhere...