Review: Ninjatown – Trees of Doom

If making a cute little ninja scale the tallest trees this side of Endor sounds like fun, then Ninjatown: Trees of Doom is the iOS game for you, available for both iPhone and iPad. Don’t be surprised if I wind up using the word “cute” too many times in this review. The cartoonish graphics make […]

Review: Doodle Fit

Doodle Fit is an iPhone/iPad game that presents you with large shapes, and then various Tetris-like blocks that must be worked into the shapes to fill it. Like so many iOS games, Doodle Fit offers super-simple, gameplay that makes for a perfect time-wasting in short or long periods of time. The latter is more likely, as […]

Rage For iOS Makes Slaying Mutants Beautiful And Fun! (4 Stars)

There are very few games that pique my interest – I’m not what you’d call a hardcore gamer. However, Rage for iOS has my full and undivided attention plus the cost of entry — it’s that good! Rage for iOS is another media marvel from id Software, the fine folks who brought you Quake and […]

Review: LEGO Creationary

LEGO has released a clever little game for the iPad, and it’s entirely free. Based on the LEGO board game Creationary, the object is simple: while you watch as the game builds something, you have to guess what’s being built. The game gives you four possibilities to choose from, and you have to pick which […]

Review: Puff Puff

So back when the gulf oil spill took place, somebody thought it would be a good idea to help raise funds for the cleanup by creating an iPhone game themed around the disaster. (Yeah, I really just typed that.) Puff Puff is the result, a simple little side-scroller that finds you steering a blowfish through […]