Slide To Play’s List of iCade Compatible Games and Reviews

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      You’ve read our iCade cabinet and iCade Mobile hardware reviews, so now it’s time to download some games! Below you’ll find links to every full review we’ve written for the iCade-compatible games listed on Ion Audio’s website. Also, let us know in the comments which games you want to see add iCade support, and we’ll reach out to the developers to pass along the message.

      AirAttack

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: If you like dodging bullets and raining destruction, AirAttack will have you hooked… while it lasts, anyway.

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      Blazing Star

      Score: 2 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Blazing Star is more notable for its poor English translation than its gameplay. The best thing about it is that it supports the iCade.

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      Box Cat

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: A long lost NES game comes to your phone with Box Cat.

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      Cavorite 2

      Score: 2 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Cavorite 2 continues the tradition of a good idea hampered by leaden execution.

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      C64

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: This novel C64 emulator is a Must Have for retro gamers.

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      Compression HD

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: This game gives you the classic mode from the original version of Compression for free and native on the iPad.

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      Don’t Run With A Plasma Sword

      Score: 2 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Don’t run and buy Don’t Run With a Plasma Sword, with or without a plasma sword in tow.

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      Dynamite Jack

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Dynamite Jack delivers classic stealth gameplay. What more do you want?

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      Fix-it Felix, Jr.

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: This is the game you should play before you go to see the movie.

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      Frogger Decades

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: 30 years later, Frogger finally has a solid sequel.

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      Forget Me Not

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Add a dash of Rogue, a large helping of Pac-Man, and you have the recipe for addictive arcade action.

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      Gunman Clive

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Gunman Clive looks incredible and plays like a great action title from the 8-bit era.

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      Hard Lines

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: You will believe…that lines have feelings, too.

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      Ice Rage

      Score: 2 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Unless you must scratch that hockey itch, Ice Rage offers too little to hold your attention for long.

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      Kid Vector

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Kid Vector is the kind of game we need more of. It’s fueled by a love of the genre and a desire to have fun. It doesn’t attempt to cash in on what’s popular at the moment or be a clone. It does its own thing, and it does it with pizazz.

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      Kung Fu Rabbit

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Need a good platforming challenge on the iOS? Get Kung Fu Rabbit. Go on! Hop to it!

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      League of Evil

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: League of Evil proves that challenging bite-sized levels are where platforming is at its best.

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      League of Evil 2

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: New art style aside, League of Evil 2 is basically more of the same, but that’s just what we wanted.

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      Meganoid

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Beyond its bugs, Meganoids is for fans of teeth-grindingly tough retro games. Count us in.

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      Metal Slug 3

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Metal Slug 3 is the killer app for Bluetooth joysticks like the iCade, but even without physical controls, it’s practically flawless.

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      Midway Arcade

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: If you remember the days when arcades were king, this is a Must-Have.

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      Mos Speedrun

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Mos Speedrun is a well-made platformer that encourages you to play the game in a way you probably wouldn’t otherwise.

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      Muffin Knight

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Fun and frustrating in equal parts, there’s a few too many issues to make the game wholly recommendable.

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      Mystery of the Japanese Werewolf

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Dinosaurs, spaceships, and hero-girls: Three great tastes that were obviously meant to go together.

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      Pac-Man for iPad

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Plain and simple, if you own an iPad, this is a great showcase app.

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      Paper Monsters

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Paper Monsters falls short of greatness, but it’s mostly a solid platformer.

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      Pixn Love Rush DX

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: This upgraded version of Pix’n Love Rush improves on its iPhone counterpart pixel by pixel.

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      Space Inversion 2

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Want to greet some pixelated alien ambassadors with a shot to the face? This is the game for you.

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      Stardash

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: If you’re up for a mighty challenge and love old-school platformers, Stardash is the game for you.

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      Super Crate Box

      Score: 2 out of 4

      Bottom Line: The iOS port of Super Crate Box is finally here, but it fails to outdo its imitator in every way.

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      Super Crossfire

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Super Crossfire is a retro shooter with modern sensibilities.

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      Super Lemonade Factory

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: If you can get past the fact that isn’t your classic plot for an action game, then you’ll find a lot to love in this oddball offering.

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      Super Mega Worm

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Super Mega Worm is pure kitschy fun. There’s not much to it, but its charm and high level of ridiculousness will keep you smiling the whole way through.

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      Temple Run

      Score: 4 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Now is your chance to be Indiana Jones.

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      Terra Noctis

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: A solid and satisfying iOS take on Super Mario.

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      Velocispider

      Score: 3 out of 4

      Bottom Line: Velocispider is an exciting retro-styled shooter, but it could use a bit more variety and depth.

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