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Gun Club Online game review

If you like guns, then you're going to want to check out a new app for the iPhone, iPad and iPad mini, which will allow you to try out some of the most famous and popular guns of the world.

The new app called "Gun Club Online", is designed with authenticity and realism, and allows the gun owner to take their new weapons out on to the shooting range and test out the weapons, without any of the real carnage of course.

Gun Club Online game review

Shanghai based TapSoul Entertainment today announces the release of Gun Club Online for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

An innovative blend of FPS action, gun range simulator, and social connection platform for like minded gun lovers as a whole, Gun Club Online brings the shooting alley experience - complete with no shortage of awesome virtual extras - right to users’ fingertips for free.

The King of Fighters game review

The King of Fighters-i is very similar to Street Fighter, especially the virtual control pad that you can place on your screen according to your tastes and needs. However, The King of Fighters-i actually beats Street Fighter hands down.

The controls in TKoF-i are superior and feel much more responsive. You have a punch and a kick button, an evading button and an all-purpose “special moves” button.

N.O.V.A. 2 - Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance game review

NOVA is a first person shooter. After months of constant roumors from different journalists of a full fledged shooter for the Android and iOS, Gameloft has finally released their fantastic shooter and let me tell you, it is awsome.

NOVA - Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance game is finally here. Game has gorgeous landscape, environments in game are fantastic and player and enemies character are designed to every detail.

Asphalt 6 game review

In 2009 Gameloft released Brothers in arms on iPhone. It was a nice attempt at early mobile FPS gaming but it suffered from control issues. Now, just over a year later, the sequel Global Front has been released.

You play as David Wilson, a young american soldier during the world war II, who finds out his brother has been killed in action. Controls have been vastly improved over original title.

Spiderman game review

I’ve always been a bit dubious about games based on comic books and movie franchises, as they can be a bit hit and miss. I feel, therefore, that my caution towards Spider-Man: Total Mayhem was warranted.

The combat system in this game works well, although you do feel as if you’re really mashing the controls a bit at some points. It’s still fun to watch Spidey do his thing with his punches and webs, though.

Gunman Clive game review

This game is typical in style of already popular and well known platform gamers. The graphics are very striking and have a certain resemblance to some games dating back four years ago.

Now having transferred over to iOS format, this game with its limited features is ideal for the scene it is set in, that of the American Wild West.  The content is quite simple and straight forward and the gadgets within the game are not overdone.

Order and Chaos Online game review

Order and Chaos Online is a third person MMO action RPG, automatically people are going to compare it to World of Warcraft and it is very similar, there is a basic fantasy type world and yes, there are other similarities as well.

It is kind of an auto combat mixture of turn-based and action, so your character will automatically start attacking someone who is attacking your character, but at the same time, you provide action based inputs.

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.

Samurai II Vengeance game review

Way of the Warrior has finally arrived on iPhone and iPad! While the original got rave reviews for its stylized manga graphics and quick, bloody gameplay, Samurai II delivers even more action and an intuitive new control scheme.

Unlike the first Samurai title, this game implements the touch and swipe controls are actually substituted with a way more common virtual joystick and action button system and gamers can mix quick and tough strikes to repeat the ferocious combos.

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