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Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2 Review

Just like its predecessor, Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2 is a puzzle game that centers around the idea of testing and interacting with a relatively complex physics engine. The puzzles themselves are challenging and involve plenty of trial and error, but once you figure out how to use the different objects at your disposal, it’s can be a very satisfying game. As you’d expect, this sequel brings brand new levels and objects, but the big change is the option to share the levels that you’ve created with the rest of the online community. (more…)

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Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2 Review

Just like its predecessor, Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2 is a puzzle game that centers around the idea of testing and interacting with a relatively complex physics engine. The puzzles themselves are challenging and involve plenty of trial and error, but once you figure out how to use the different objects at your disposal, it’s can be a very satisfying game. As you’d expect, this sequel brings brand new levels and objects, but the big change is the option to share the levels that you’ve created with the rest of the online community. (more…)

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    Carmageddon Hands-On Preview with Video

    To help raise additional funding for the development of Carmageddon: Reincarnation, the Stainless Games team has been hard at work porting the original Carmageddon to iOS devices. With this ‘fun-sized’ version just weeks away from release, we went down to the Eurogamer Expo to check out how well the ‘˜97 PC classic transitions to mobile platforms. (more…)

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    FIFA Soccer 13 Review

    Since it started back in 2009, the FIFA iOS series has continued to strive towards creating a game that feels as close as possible to the versions available on the other, more powerful platforms. There’s still a long way to go in that regard, but FIFA 13 for iOS brings plenty of small improvements across the board and one big one, in the form of online multiplayer. (more…)

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    Time Geeks & Friends Premium Review

    We loved Time Geeks: Find All, with its charming pixel art, silly pop-culture references and simple, entertaining, hidden object gameplay. Time Geeks & Friends still offers all of those things, while also giving the game a competitive element using turn-based multiplayer. It’s no longer a question of just finding the relevant character, but instead, it’s about finding that character faster than your opponent. (more…)

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    Dwarf Quest Review

    Dwarf Quest is a turn-based dungeon crawler in which your stout dwarven hero engages in some rather brutal fights with an axe (or two) in hand. You’ll control his actions from an isometric viewpoint, with each room being displayed as a grid of tiles for you to move between with a tap of your thumb. (more…)

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    Crazy Bikers 2 Review

    Despite the name, Crazy Bikers 2 isn’t all that crazy. Sure, the characters themselves look wacky enough, but the gameplay is really quite straightforward. You race up and down hills while maintaining your balance in a manner similar to the Trials series, and occasionally attempt flips and wheelies to activate a turbo boost. This requires some calculated risk-taking, but the essence of the game is getting to the finish line as quickly as possible and not falling over while you’re at it! (more…)

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    R-Tech Commander Colony Review

    R-Tech Commander Colony is a sci-fi city-builder in which you take on the role of ‘Chancellor’ and build up your newly-founded planetary colony in a galaxy filled with other players. It’s online-only, and although there’s no actual player-vs.-player combat, you’ll be competing on the leaderboards to determine who has created the most successful colony. The game does encourage players to purchase gems using real money, and although nothing is entirely locked away behind these in-app purchases, you’ll unfortunately see a much slower rate of progression if you don’t want to pay for this virtual currency. (more…)

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    What’s My IQ? Pro Review

    With 50 more puzzles than the free version, What’s My IQ? Pro is currently sitting in the Top 10 Paid Games list on the US App Store. Unfortunately, it’s not a whole lot of fun to play, and there are plenty of superior alternatives available within its genre, like The Moron Test. Worse than that, however, What’s My IQ? Pro makes use of a shady “cheats” system that will likely force you to pay for extra lives or solutions if you hope to complete the game without outside assistance. (more…)