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Posts tagged "review"

10000000 – review

10000000 - review
Parkin takes a look at 10000000, an 'endless match three-er' for iOS that has nudged our Ascension this past week in sucking up Hookshot Inc's free time.

Have at you!

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Mutant Mudds – back to the golden Game Boy era

Mutant Mudds – back to the golden Game Boy era

Ah, the joy of the Game Boy era scrolling platformer... will we ever see the like of Looney Tunes or Kid Dracula again? Yes, yes we will! Because here comes downloadable treasure Mutant Mudds on 3DS, and it is a traditional scrolling platformer of great understanding, artistry and balance.

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Bridge Constructor: A bridge too far

Bridge Constructor: A bridge too far
You can keep your football, first person shooter and dragon fantasy games. Wood, steel and tension is the future of interactive excellence.

Or is it?

Parkin tries his hand at civil engineering in the iOS game that asks you to build bridges over rivers with infuriating, yet compelling results.

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Slingshot Racing – review

Slingshot Racing - review
A Micro Machines-style racing game which uses grappling hooks for cornering?

Seems Crescent Moon Games is trying to tap into Hookshot Inc.’s bias with its latest exceptional iOS title.

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774 Deaths – review

774 Deaths – review
As rapid-fire as Wario Ware and as relentlessly cruel as Super Meat Boy, Square-Enix's latest iOS game may be a brutal jewel, but it's also an irresistable one.

Parkin looks at Hookshot Inc.'s latest Must Play recommendation.

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Review: Beat Sneak Bandit

Review: Beat Sneak Bandit
★★★★★

Beat Sneak Bandit sees developer Simogo performing some rather dangerous gene-splicing experiments involving stealth gaming and rhythm action mechanics.

Luckily, though, it looks like the designers know what they’re doing.

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