Posts tagged "puzzle"

Infestor App Review – Takes Platforming Extraterrestrial

Based on the developer's past App Store record, it's safe to say that iOS game-maker Ravenous Games certainly has the platforming formula down, along other things. Previously at the helm of popular titles including League of Evil, League of Evil 2, Random Heroes, and Beatdown, the indie developer has managed to capture the App Store's attention with its extensive lineup. Recently released, Infestor ($0.99) is the newest addition to Ravenous Games' collection of retro platformers, and it certainly does not fail to satisfy.

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Our Favorite Magical Puzzle Game ‘Potions!” Receives a Major Update

We were enchanted by dDurian’s debut puzzle game ‘Potions!’ (yes, the ! at the end of the title makes it that much cooler) to the point we awarded the game four out of five stars and kept in touch with the developer about a major update set to change the

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‘Potions’ Magical Puzzle Game Launched – Guessing Giveaway (Updated)

For fans of App Store puzzle games, we are starting a new two-day giveaway in promotion of the magically-enchanting upcoming iOS game Potions. There is a catch that makes this giveaway unique and meticulous while also simultaneously preparing you for the game. Sure, we could tell you the type of gameplay

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Push Panic App Review – A Frenzy, Frantic, and Fantastic Puzzle Game!

Addiction has come over me, bringing a new wave a of regret each time I play as my game sessions tend to go on longer than I had hoped. All because of a two man team, and a true app store gem… Did the developers code wrong? Did they, accidentally,

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Chop Chop Caveman App Review – Me Hungry! Me Want Food!

Since the announcement by Gamerizon that they had started working on yet another game, I’ve been following the development taking not of all of the little changes and such that they made to the game. After waiting for about a month or two, the game that I had mostly been

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chronoSgear App Review – RPG Meets Match 3. New Genre?

Never have I been too interested in RPG games. Zenonia 2 came out — other people were completely off the ground with joy. Me, I didn’t care. However, after playing chronoSgear, I have come to the conclusion that the game is tolerable, and that I’m actually enjoying it…a bunch! chronoSgear

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Aerox App Review – Marble Rolling Made Unbelievably Enjoyable!

Having waited for this game for months, I was satisfied to the brim once it came out. I made my move, and now it is on my iPod safely snug in the midst between my favorite applications. Synoptical Studios introduces Aerox for the iPhone and iPod Touch – A rather

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Quell App Review – An Incredibly Polished, Extra Fun Puzzler

It’s still disheartening to see those really good applications on the app store that have horrible graphics. While the gameplay is enticing, the artwork sadly is not. Developers could go the extra step, as Fallen Tree Games did, and make their games highly polished. That is what buyers mainly look

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Master of Alchemy Review – A Combination of Physics and Elegance

Hooked by the slightest idea of physics, I am now a patient suffering from addictiveness. Developed by Darkwave Games, and published by Chillingo, Master of Alchemy has you playing through many different levels with a puzzling premise in mind. If you’ve ever played Enigmo by Pangaea Software, you’d know what

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iSuppli Report Predicts Apple May Extend Exclusive Contract with AT&T

Although most recent predictions have stated that Apple will end its exclusive iPhone relationship with carrier AT&T, a new report filed Thursday by iSuppli predicts that Apple will extend its exclusive deal with AT&T next year, based on anticipated growth of High Speed Packet Access technology being adopted by the wireless carrier. According to AppleInsider, the report states that HSPA subscribers are projected to hit 1.4 billion in 2012, while competing standard EVDO, used by Verizon, will have only 304.6 million users by 2013.

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