Browsing posts in the ‘iOS’ category

Review: Door Kickers

Door Kickers. As soon as I heard the name of this I knew it was going to be up my street. It is. It's awesome. Door Kickers is about a swat/patrol team...

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Review: Pixel Press Floors

The iPad was originally launched as a 'consumer' device - as in a device for consuming, rather than creating, content. Yet over the past couple of years, more and more...

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Speedball 2 Evolution Official Info

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An Apple-approved press release today outlined Speedball 2 Evolution, the classic game revamp that has been available on the App Store for a few days already. The futuristic sports game proves its...

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PlayStation iPhone App Released, Also on Android

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With TheGamingReview covering iPhone games as well as consoles, it seems like a match made in heaven that Sony have released their official (and very free) app onto the iPhone app store....

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Save Toshi – 3D iPhone Puzzle Solving

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Launching today on the iPhone is Save Toshi, a cute Japanese style puzzle game with 3D graphics and a huge range of mind bending puzzles. Pinging tennis balls at various parts of...

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Fruit Ninja Gains Arcade Mode

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Not long ago we reviewed Fruit Ninja and loved it. Simple, addictive gaming. Well that addiction is about to get worse, as Halfbrick announce the release of the new Arcade Mode, replacing...

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iPhone Review: Age of Zombies

Barry Steakfries is starting to make something of a name for himself. After appearing in games on the PSP, and earlier on the iPhone in Monster Dash, the hard man with the...

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Age of Zombies Trailer

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With Thursday's iDevice release of Age of Zombies getting ever closer, Barry Steakfries has been warming up his weaponry again. Age of Zombies features the hero Barry as he travels through time,...

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iPhone Review: Cut the Rope

Cut the Rope doesn't really surprise with it's concept - you cut ropes. Luckily for us gaming types, it's one of the best games going. When first loading the game you open...

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iPhone Review: Time Geeks

It's not easy to create a game in an 8-bit style and make it work. Many have tried and failed, but not so Ivanovich Games, who have coupled razor sharp retina graphics...

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iPhone Review: Doodle Fit

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Since Doodle Jump, Doodle games have been doodling their way onto the iPhone fairly regularly. It's fair to say they've been a mixed bag, so when Doodle Fit landed on the store...

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Age of Zombies Coming to the iPhone Next Month

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Here at TheGamingReview we're big fans of Halfbrick's games. We recently reviewed both Monster Dash and Fruit Ninja and gave them a 4 and 5 star rating respectively. Today Halfbrick have announced...

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iPhone Review: Monster Dash

"In a world where monsters are everywhere, and there is no public transportation, one man is running." The epic sounding introduction to Monster Dash belongs more in a Hollywood blockbuster than an...

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iPhone Review: Fruit Ninja

If the iPhone has reminded us of anything, it's the fact that games don't need major storylines, epic 3D visuals and soundtracks by a 100-piece orchestra. Developers have instead focussed on making...

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iPhone Review: Pocket Frogs

Some time ago Tap Fish became quite popular on the iPhone. Breeding fish to create new species, buying stuff to keep them happy and making sure you always maintained a top quality...

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iPhone Review: Flick Kick Field Goal

Simple games are often the most effective, and Flick Kick Field Goal takes that idea and tries to give an addictive, simple gaming experience. On the whole, it hits all the buttons...

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iPhone Review: Citadel

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The introduction of the iPhone 4 brought about a new level of possibilities for iPhone game developers. The increase in screen resolution, coupled with the much higher contrast has meant games looks...

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iPhone Review: Canabalt

Canabalt has been a popular Flash game on the Interwebs for quite a while, but the iPhone version brings the addictive run-like-hell-em-up straight to your pocket ready for a daring escape whenever...

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iPhone Review: Words With Friends

Let's face it, Words with Friends is a bit Scrabbley. But you shouldn't pass it off as just a random Scrabble clone, because it's better than that and deserves to be seen...

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