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As little more than a New Year’s lark, Alex Schwartz of GT Productions (developer of Spring Fling) and his friend Yilmaz Kiymaz decided to make an iPhone game in just 24 hours. Conceived as a sort of “gift” to their community on the company blog, they opened up the subject of the game to the players, and got some very interesting, if bizarre, suggestions. (more…)
Good news today for all you Mallrats and Clerks enthusiasts. An App has finally been released that will allow you to religiously follow Kevin Smith on a moment-to-moment basis! Haven’t seen a picture of your pop culture hero in over an hour? Just open the new app “Kevin Smith” on your iPhone and you can browse pictures of the filmmaker and his home. (more…)
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Realistic physics may be one of the greatest innovations in the modern era of gaming, and nowhere does this gameplay mechanic fit better than in the World of Goo-pioneered bridge-building genre. Though games like Tiki Towers and Moonlights have tread this ground already on the iPhone, Bridge Odyssey aims to conquer the genre with a hefty dose of cute. (more…)
Developer Com2uS has sent word to us that they are currently working on an update for their action-RPG Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone, released earlier this month. The major change being implemented in the update is the addition of an all-new class that players will be able to use in their party, the Ranger. (more…)
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In a move to further assert their dominance over the iPhone social network scene, OpenFeint has revealed that they are planning to release a standalone App that will allow users to access all of the functionality of their service, but without having to open a game that uses it. (more…)
Zombies are coming! Only this time, they’re not only trying to get into your house to eat your brains, they’re trying to get into Fieldrunners’ house and eat its market share. (more…)
Real-time strategy games have been slowly coming into their own on the iPhone, and Red Conquest does its part to push the genre forward. Once again, John Kooistra (creator of Blue Attack and Blue Defense) has created a triumph of design, but despite its gameplay accomplishments, the whole package is diminished by a lack of content. (more…)
In Hotel Mogul, the heroine’s scheming soon-to-be-ex husband has just filed for divorce, and in doing so has gained control of her prized real estate company. Now it’s your job to help her build an even more powerful real estate corporation that will be able to buy out the one she just lost. (more…)
Sure, you’ve survived the zombie apocalypse dozens of times before in videogames. But have you survived the anime-themed zombie apocalypse? Twin Blades offers a simplified forsaken uprising in the form of a hack-n-shoot side-scroller that is one of the most visually breathtaking games yet released on the App Store. One might say it’s “drop undead” gorgeous. (more…)
The Escapee is a game that’s really hard to love. You want to, but it just won’t let you. It’s a game that conveys a really great sense of atmosphere at some moments, and then a minute later will have you tossing your iDevice in frustration as the cripplingly awful controls rear their head. It’s not that The Escapee is a bad game, per se, but the problems that it has are so severe and divisive that we strongly advise caution before picking up this title. (more…)
Golfing games and apps are about as common on the App Store as tower defense games and money management apps, so you can imagine us yawning a bit when Fore came across our desk. Developers just don’t seem to tire of releasing these games for their middle-aged-business-man-with-deep-pockets target demographic. (more…)
Even in the wake of the release of Ravensword, the massive action-RPG from Chillingo, The Battle for Wesnoth stands as one of the largest, most epic games yet released on the iPhone. It has its fair share of issues, but you wont find a better value. With around 190 missions that generally take at least 30 minutes apiece, often running an hour or longer, it could easily take well over 125 hours to fully beat this game. Whether or not you want to buy this product will depend largely on whether or not you’re willing to invest that amount of time into a relatively standard turn-based high-fantasy RPG. (more…)
Not every game needs to be Dungeon Hunter or Ravensword to be successful in providing entertainment to its target audience. In the case of the iPhone tie-in to the movie Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, you won’t find impressive scope, masterful vision, or intense graphical prowess, but you will find a game whose only aim is to be entertaining to the youngest of iPhone gamers, and mostly succeeds in that modest task. (more…)
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