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Spy Mouse

09 Apr 2014

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.

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.

Gravity Guy game review

Semi-Secret Software’s Canabalt has made the “endless running” game genre incredibly popular, and hot on its heels (if you’ll excuse the weak pun) comes Miniclip’s Gravity Guy.

The guy in question has recently broken out of prison and is on the run, pursued tirelessly by a prison guard that looks a bit like a Star Wars style stormtrooper.

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.

Bistro Cook 2 game review

This game is a little bit like seeing what it’s like to work in a diner through the eyes of Charlie Chaplin in the classic movie "Modern Times". Repetitive movements and that oppressive clock just ticking away, sending more and more orders onto your assembly line.

In Bistro Cook 2’s case though, the repetitiveness and oppressiveness are transformed into a fun, challenging and highly engaging boredom buster. After a few minutes of it, you wouldn’t be blamed for dancing around the room too.

Zoo Tower

08 Nov 2013

Zoo Tower game review

Have you ever had a really crazy, out of this world, utter nonsense kind of dream? One of those in which you’re walking down the street and the houses are made of marshmallow, and you’re married to the mayor from The Nightmare Before Christmas, who keeps flipping his head around to his worried face when you threaten to eat all the houses in town? No? Just me then?

Pinball Arcade game review

Just like the name implies, Pinball Arcade presents classic arcade machines, from different eras, with the goal of controlling each one to get the maximum score. Every table also includes “Goals” (read achievements) that can be solved, which result in more complicated objectives.

There are hardly any people out there who do not enjoy pinball. The entry price consists of one machine (Tales of the Arabian Nights), with 3 more accessible to purchase within the game via IAP.

Bug Smasher Challenge game review

I’ve always wondered about something: why is it that every girl out there (and some boys) hates any and all bugs and creepy crawlies that exist in the world today, except for ladybugs?

Is a ladybug not a bug after all? What is it about them? Is it because they are considered ‘socially acceptable’ for their appearance? Is it because they’re not poisonous?

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