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Our Favorite iOS Games of 2011: Part 1

We've seen so many great games in 2011, making a favorites list is quite the daunting task! First up is Sean, who's becoming ever more convinced that videogames can be fine literary experiences as well as an addictive pastime. ...

Pod Odyssey Review

Once playable only on the iPad, "Pod Odyssey" now makes a darn tootin' good addition to your Action/Adventure library if you're an iPhone or iPod Touch owner with some "Lunar Lander" skills....

Monsters and Bones Review

"Monsters & Bones" is undoubtedly one of the most unique action puzzle games in the $0.99 price tier, but also one of the most difficult, and not always for the right reasons. View it as you would building a model ship: all the ways you can suddenly fail can make the experience more tedious than fun sometimes, and yet you can take real pride in mustering the concentratin and attention to detail necessary to succeed. ...

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....

Monkube Interview

Sven Van De Perre of Monkube took some time out from his busy game development schedule to chat with iFanzine. You'll recall Monkube recently brought us "6th Planet," a fusion of game and comic book so interesting, cleverly designed, and well polished that we just had to give it a perfect score. Read inside for the story behind Monkube's debut project, and see whether "6th Planet" is just the tip of the iceberg for this must-watch iOS game development studio!...

6th Planet Review

Five out of five chimps agree: this mega collaboration from Monkube and a number of art studios is the best darn iteration of "lunar lander" you'll find on the iOS. Boasting perfectly fine-tuned physics, a wonderfully illustrated sci-fi story filled with as many twists as the game's complex levels, and a pick-up-and-play interface, 6th Planet gives the iOS gamer just about everything he or she would ever look for in a videogame -- and then some!...