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Bubblis game review

Bubblis is an exciting word game that is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

It requires iOS 4 to run correctly and has similarities to the classic Tetris game. The idea of Bubblis is to place letters on a grid, trying to make words that appear on the right hand side of the screen.

Drisk game review

Drisk is played almost exactly like the board game, where each player picks a colour and has his/her initial territory, which they must expand by attacking and seizing fellow players’ land, until one player rules all!

The game looks and feels very retro, which is great for the nostalgic types, and features such as sliding controls and the overall design of this app successfully brings this family favourite into the 21st century.

 

Bumblebee Race game review

Have you heard this one, "what is the last thing that goes through a bugs mind when it hits your windshield?" Answer: "it's tail".

This is especially true in a new game available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The new game called Bumblebee Race Free is a 21st century take on an old concept.

Solipskier game review

Solipskier is a fast paced skiing game where you draw the slopes to pick up speed and do jumps. Paint your own cliffs, do tricks and slalom through gates to get huge scores. I am a huge fan of indie games.

One such game that caught my attention quickly was Solipskier. This app seemed first to be a simple game but not much more than some tracing, but it quickly turned into a challenging app that kept me coming for more.

 

Kids Coloring Book! game review

One of the first things we love to do as children is play with coloring books.

We learn first from our parents, at pre-school, and then in grade school. Some people go on to become very proficient artists, but for most of us, we become pre-occupied with other things in life, and the coloring book is just a faded memory.

Age of Wind 2 game review

Many children often dream of being a pirate and it is a fantasy that as an adult we would still love to happen. The game somehow seems to make it appealing to be a crazy 17th Century criminal, and makes the job seem some what alluring.

The fact that this decision to be a criminal may lead to an untimely death at the gallows along with the decaying looks of a toothless monster whilst catching a nasty illness is soon forgotten.

 

Pinch Peeps game review

I am a fan of traditional games particularly ones which are stripped down to the bare essentials and this is exactly what we have here. Throughout the whole of the game there is only one method required and that is to continually pinch your fingers together.

As the title of the game reveals this is a game in which the player much go around pinching and pairing together adorable little cartoon creating which drift into play from above or below.

Spy Mouse game review

Spy Mouse is a new game from Firemint Games, the same developer that made Flight Control. It uses the same control scheme, but you’re in a much more charming world.

As Spy Mouse, you’re the rodent version of James Bond. Your mission is cheese – and more cheese. And then some more cheese. To control your mouse, you draw out a path from him which he follows.

 

Tractor Trails game review

Tractor Trails is a cleverly crafted, entertaining puzzler game. The challenge the player is presented with is the task of cultivating a piece of land and attempting to grow as many trees as they can.

This must be done but at the same time they must be strategic about it in order not to block their own way. There is an immense number of stages to this game and therefore make it excellent value for money.

Frisbee Forever game review

There are some games and game types that are perfectly built for the type of platform that they are predominant on, when building for a specific platform it gives the designers the opportunity to use all the functionality available to that specific platform, not limiting it to be functional on all the platforms available.

If there has ever been a game built for the IOS platform its Frisbee Forever, there are a hundred different levels spread over ten different environments to keep you playing for quite some time.

 

Luxor Evolved game review

If one genre of game has had a long awaited comeback then this is it! Having been on the market for well over 10 years, the two main names being Luxor and Zuma are most certainly on par with each other.

Balls each with their own colouring are rolled on a path and the player must fire one of their own balls into the other ball. Rather than shooting the ball out from the centre of the path, the player’s balls are placed at the bottom end of the game.

Dragon’s Lair game review

Dragon’s Lair is one of the oldest video games committed to laserdisc, and now it’s managed to hit modern day smartphones, including the Android. You play Dirk the Daring in this game – a knight who is trying to save Princess Daphne from Mordroc’s castle.

If you weren’t born in the right era to play this game first time round – be it in a ZX Spectrum, Atari, Gameboy or Xbox - then grab the chance now, as it’s great.

 

PuXXles game review

PuXXles is a very unique app which changes the way in which you communicate with your friends. Now there is a new player in town for social media and its name is PuXXles.

Remember when you were a kid and you made an invisible message on paper using lemon juice, and to show the message you held the paper up to a bright light to reveal the message? Well those days are over.

Stay Alive game review

Stay Alive is an insanely addictive game from Drummer Games. Designed for thrill-seekers, it offers players the role of a pilot in a super high tech space fighter.  It’s the cosmic version of Canabalt – an infinite race that goes on and on, chasing an ever higher score.

You hurtle through asteroid belts and enemy territories at dizzying speeds, and you’ll need lightning reflexes to survive for any length of time. The main mode of the game is quite literally infinite, urging you on to ever greater distances and scores.

 

Simply Write game review

Simply Write is an interesting app which allows the user to write notes, sentences, articles or books without the use of a keyboard.

The application is designed purely for iPad and requires iOS 4. 3 or later to run effectively. The program has some unique features that make Simply Write one of the easiest, fastest and quickest hand writing applications on the market.

Dragon Kingdom (en) game review

Dragon Kingdom is an incredibly engaging online strategy game which immerses you in a world of adventure filled with pirates, monsters, dragons, and more.

In Dragon Kingdom, you and others around the world will all be building the best kingdoms possible. The game starts simply as you create your hero and get into a tutorial that will help you get the hang of things.

 
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