Review: The Hero HD

Review: The Hero HD
As a side-scroller with quirky characters, a low price, and cute, Incredibles-ish graphics, The Hero HD has the potential to be a great game. Unfortunately, that potential is squandered. Read more…

Review: Doodlegeddon

Review: Doodlegeddon
If a game of Asteroids or Missile Command on your iPad sounds like fun, you could do a lot worse than Doodlegeddon, by developer Three Sprockets. The planet Earth is under attack from a swarm of incoming meteors, and it’s up to you to save it. You start with a single missile silo on your Read more…

Review: Heroes of Kalevala HD

Review: Heroes of Kalevala HD
I’ve reviewed a lot of match-3 games. A whole lot. The iTunes App Store is littered with ‘em. So the last thing I was hoping for when I opened Heroes of Kalevala was yet another game of matching three same-colored tiles, jewels, or what have you. But three days later, I’m still filling every spare moment by Read more…

Pro Soccer Zombie: Apocalypse Edition – This Is How Zombie Games Should Be

Pro Zombie Soccer: Apocalypse Edition
Every once in a while one discovers a new game, which even non-gamers enjoy. In last years zombies and the zombiecalypse have been omni-present and we love to blame Danny Boyle for this but thanks to probably the same Danny Boyle, we now can play Pro Zombie Soccer: Apocalypse Edition. Read more…

Review: Scarlett & the Spark of Life

Review: Scarlett & the Spark of Life
Launching Pad Games’ iPhone title Scarlett & the Spark of Life is an old school adventure in the vein of Grim Fandango or The Dig — only without the wildly original premises behind those games. The game finds you taking on the role of Princess Scarlett, a scrappy, self-reliant adventurer who knows how to get things Read more…

Review: Fruit Zen HD

Review: Fruit Zen HD
Unlike other match-3 iOS games, where you find yourself whipped into a frenzy of screen-tapping finger action, Fruit Zen HD hopes to usher you into a state of zen-like tranquility. In a sort of cross between match-3 gaming and Tetris, fruit-themed blocks fall from the top of the screen to the bottom, stacking atop their Read more…

Review: Beyond Ynth

Review: Beyond Ynth
If you’ve seen or heard anything at all about FDG Entertainment’s cute, cartoony game Beyond Ynth, then you’ve heard that it’s hard. Having spent many hours with the game, I’m here to tell you: believe everything you’ve heard. I’m not ashamed to admit that several of Beyond Ynth‘s eighty levels I simply found too difficult Read more…

Review: Samantha Swift and the Fountains of Fate

Review: Samantha Swift and the Fountains of Fate
Adventure gamers will go ga-ga over Mumbo Jumbo’s Samantha Swift and the Fountains of Fate — particularly if you enjoy scavenger hunts, though the game offers quite a bit more than that. And at $9.99 (pretty pricy for an iOS game), it had better. Read more…

Review: Bayo Bongo

Review: Bayo Bongo
While some games challenge your ability to button-mash or tap your touchscreen in time with a particular rhythm, Bayo Bongo sets out to test just how fast you can tap your iPad’s screen at all. The game’s deceptively simple premise is that it shows you a screen filled with blocks of varying colors; your aim Read more…

Review: Chainz Galaxy

Review: Chainz Galaxy
iTunes is full of match-3 games, but Chainz Galaxy offers match-3 gameplay of a decidedly different flavor. Instead of matching colored jewels or beads, Chainz Galaxy has you joining chain links, which sounds simple on the surface but changes the entire dynamic of how you play. Read more…