We’ve never lost a man in space, and gosh darnit we’re not going to start now! It was with this kind of NASA-like zeal that we began our journey into outer space with the physics-based game Blast Off. Before long, however, minor frustrations drove off any hope of lasting interest. (more…)
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The promise of the iPad to revitalize the board game industry was obvious from the outset, and Apple never really shied away from that lofty aspiration. However, as of the system’s launch we’re not seeing the critical mass of board games that we assumed we would. So far we’ve got Small World, BoardBox, and Scrabble. And, well, that’s about it. (more…)
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With the annual Game Developers Conference occurring this week, we had lots of interesting previews to share with you. We’ve got hands-on reports on tons of awesome games like the unique Sketch Nation, the blockbuster Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction, and the utterly adorable Pocket Creatures. (more…)
Things finally cooled down a bit this week, after the insane number of positive reviews from last week. This week was a little different. Instead of an avalanche, we got just a few really big, interesting news announcements. And while there were plenty of good games reviewed this week, we got only one major bombshell. (more…)
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In an interview with IGN, Ngmoco CEO Neil Young says that several different factors (piracy, among other complaints) make it unlikely that Rolando 3 will come out at a high, premium price. Instead, Ngmoco wants to move the rest of its business in the direction of its recent releases, Touch Pets Dogs and Eliminate Pro. (more…)
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In Robot Rampage, you’re placed in the giant metal shoes of an alien destroyer sent to Earth to level block after block of buildings while incinerating the very best that the puny Earthling armies have to throw at you. If that doesn’t have you sold already, then we don’t know what’s going to do the trick. (more…)
The second week of February turned out to be a big one! We had some great news come down the pipe that the sequel to Myst, Riven, will be coming to the iPhone. We also got some really neat exclusive details from Gamerizon about their upcoming Chop Chop Ninja spin-offs. (more…)
With the huge success of Doodle Jump, the critical darling that is Canabalt, and the recent reveal of Avalanche Game, the never-ending platformer genre is really taking off. Tractor Beam isn’t exactly a platformer due to its unique method of movement, but it’s every bit as worthy as those other games. (more…)
Gamerizon, developers of the adorable Chop Chop Ninja, have informed us that they’re currently developing two new games to expand the Chop Chop series. While Chop Chop Runner does seem to pull some influence from Ninja, Chop Chop Tennis seems to be its own beast entirely, drawing only minor graphical influences from the first in the series. (more…)
Gamevil may not be the biggest iPhone game developer, but judging from their annual reports, they’re doing just great. The company is reporting big gains for the year not just in sales, but in profits as well. Sounds like we can look forward to some more Zenonia and Hyrbid-style games next year. (more…)
One of the most highly anticipated iPhone games will be available sooner than you might think. We’ve just received word that PopCap’s port of the world’s first “flower defense” game will be arriving in just under a week. To be more specific: February 15, 2010. (more…)
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