iPod touch Archive

  • Jurassic World and Marvel’s Avengers Headline 2015 LEGO Game Lineup

    Another year, another huge slate of games based on everyone’s favorite toy building bricks to look forward to. For 2015, Warner Bros. and TT Games will unleash five LEGO games unto the world. Two of the five are mobile versions of last year’s titles The […]

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  • The Princess Bride Has Been Turned Into an iOS Game (Inconceivable!)

    I’m not sure whether it’s a good thing or not, but cult classic fantasy comedy The Princess Bride has spawned a new mobile game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch (requires iOS 6.0 or later). Made by Gameblend Studios, The Princess Bride game relives iconic […]

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  • Review: Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! Part 2

    Review: Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! Part 2

    Your browser has landed you here, in this crazed and colorful circus of possibilities. As you take a moment to recover your bearings, you begin to notice details coming into focus around you: Lists of black text. Rainbow icons depicting fire-breathing dragons, wide-eyed cartoon characters […]

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  • Review: Edge of Twilight: Athyr Above

    Review: Edge of Twilight: Athyr Above

    First revealed more than half a decade ago, Edge of Twilight is a new fantasy steampunk world created by Fuzzyeyes for a series of games across multiple genres and platforms. First came Horizon, an iOS and Android Temple Run clone which seemed to have very […]

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  • Indie Quickie: Little Inferno

    Indie Quickie: Little Inferno

    It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every […]

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  • Review: Sewer Escape

    Review: Sewer Escape

    Apple has recently begun to celebrate the fact that five years of applications and games have cranked through the App Store for iOS devices. During that five year period numerous input methods have been created, discovered, lambasted or duplicated. Obviously touch and swipe are the easiest to […]

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  • Review: Moscow Dash

    Review: Moscow Dash

    As you might expect, the perks of being a drug-runner on the post-nuclear streets of Moscow are truly top-notch: Dilapidated alleyways and subway stations to stroll through, no health insurance whatsoever, and constant bum-rushes by endless streams of bat-wielding thugs, angry bureaucrats and aggressive bag […]

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  • Review: Kingdom Rush: Frontiers

    Review: Kingdom Rush: Frontiers

    Ultimately, we don’t ask that much from our sequels—just that they be bigger, better and, by all that’s holy, not be Sex in the City 2. By those standards, Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, the follow-up to one of the most awesome and beloved tower defense games […]

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  • Review: Scurvy Scallywags in The Voyage to Discover the Ultimate Sea Shanty

    Review: Scurvy Scallywags in The Voyage to Discover the Ultimate Sea Shanty

    Plenty of match-three games have captured my attention over the years. I can’t even begin to track the amount of time I’ve spent playing the many Bejeweled variations. Countless hours have been lost playing Puzzle Quest on the PSP. Most recently my fix has come […]

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  • Free-to-Play Plants vs. Zombies 2 to Launch Exclusively on iOS

    Free-to-Play Plants vs. Zombies 2 to Launch Exclusively on iOS

    Both good and bad news–along with a new trailer–has arrived today from the casual gaming kingdom of PopCap Games. On the positive side, Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time has an official launch date of July 18th. That’s great and all, but sadly for […]

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