Archive for the ‘8 Stars’ Category


Spellsword Review: Epic Arena Action That’ll Leave You Under A Spell, WIN FREE COPY!

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MacGuffin’s Curse Review: Awesome iPhone, iPad Game That Dodges The Match 3 Puzzle Curse

Puzzle games are all over the iPhone. Sadly, most of them are crappy match three games that feature almost no innovation on the part of the developer. However, every so often, a puzzle game comes along with high production values and a new, interesting mechanic. MacGuffin’s Curse (Universal: $3.99)  It is that game. It has [...]


Shark Dash Review: Does Gameloft’s Fresh And Unique Title Sink or Swim?

Gameloft did the one thing that we’ve been begging them to do forever: make an original game. Thus we get Shark Dash, a puzzler where you help sharks eat rubber duckies inside a bathtub. The real question is, can Gameloft deliver on an original idea?


Crow iPhone, iPad Review: Question Morality Through The Eyes Of A Bird

As the title suggests, you play from the perspective of a Crow being controlled by a dark voice in its mind. The crow’s only act of free will is to spare or curse (kill) the foes that it is led to fight. This is where player choice comes in: you can please the voice by cursing your enemies or anger it through defiance.


The Bard’s Tale Review: Get Ready For Some Weird Looks As You Laugh Out Loud In Public Places

The Bard’s Tale follows the story of a wise cracking, smooth talking bard as he adventures through a fantasy world. If you like being a noble fellow on a chivalrous quest to rid the world of evil and be generous in your travels, you will be sorely disappointed with The Bard’s Tale.


Raid Leader Review: A Solid Mobile Raiding Experience

Raid Leader is a real-time strategy RPG hybrid developed by Red Zebra Games and published by Crescent Moon Games. Inspired by the raiding elements found in recent MMO’s, Raid Leader brings a true ‘raiding’ experience to iOS.


SoulCalibur iPhone Review: Solid Port But Lacks Multiplayer

SoulCalibur (iOS) is an updated version of the original SoulCalibur, which was released on arcades in 1998, and later on the SEGA Dreamcast in 1999. The visuals have been updated, but the core gameplay remains the same.


Smash Cops Review: Visual Stunning Police-Pursuit Racer

“Take down runaway felons whilst avoiding civilian traffic and buddy police as you chase and weave through traffic. Escape under time pressure from felon attack and get to a call out location as quickly as possible.”


Lunar Racer Review: An Out Of This World Arcade Racer

As I’ve said repeatedly, Real Racing has got the iOS “HD racing” genre cornered. Knowing this, the most interesting racing games are of the ones with the most creativity and of freshest idea. Lunar Racer definitely fits both bills and then some.

Riptide GP Review: Not Quite Real Racing On Water, But Good Enough

Right off the start you get a Wipeout vibe off the game, from the menu, to the track design itself. The thing that will catch your eye right away is the detail of the water. Riptide GP (Universal: $2.99)  “Rev up your supercharged jet ski and take a wild ride through twisting canals and rivers, [...]

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