4.2 stars 4.2/5 Stars Average score of 5 user reviews spread across 5 releases and 0 DLC
I recently picked up "Pixel" while browsing random games on Xbox Live, and I'm glad I did! Being an indie game, it's set at a very low price (around $5 or less I believe). That being said, the visual style in this game is fantastic. It is a world of blue and white tones that pop out of the screen as you play. The audio ranges from super cute and catchy to annoying... just like other popular 8-bit titles! ;) You play as Pixel, a cute little 8-bit cat that is one an epic journey to "Meow Town" t...
There really isn't a whole lot to say about Cube Runner. What started out as a test graphics engine for the iPhone has turned into a very simple yet fun game.Cube Runner use an extremely simple concept that many old-fashioned arcade games have: If you touch something, you die. As you glide through the world in your triangular ship, you are constantly moving forward and accruing points. Your speed gets faster, cubes become more prevalent, and occasional the entire graphical look of the game sudd...
If you've heard about iPhone/iPod touch games, you've heard about Super Monkey Ball. Released on July 11th along with the new iTunes Application Store, this launch title has done extremely well for itself. It boasts a fair score from users, and has ridden the top of the charts since it's release. Is this hype simply due to it being the first real game announced for the iPhone back in March of '06? Or does it actually stand on it's own two legs?Well, considering those legs are attached to a monke...
Out of the vast selection of free games on the iPhone, they generally tend to lean towards the "fake beer drinking" and "connect the dots" side of the fence in terms of quality and content. If you are expecting that same quality from Aurora Feint as you go into this free game, your mind will be blown.Hell, it may be blown anyways.Aurora Feint is the very early version (220.127.116.11 at the time of this review) of a self-proclaimed "iPhone MMO" title. At the moment, there is no multiplayer aspect other...
For any of you that enjoyed a jail-broken iPhone, you probably are already familiar with this title. Released many months ago in beta form, Trism has been delighting iPhone hack- I mean users for a long time. Like most iPhone "homebrew" apps, Trism was free for those with a jail-broken phone.It seems that for the most part, games that were free, but now charge money aren't going over so well on the iTunes store. Trism is the exception. At only $5, it's literally a bargain compared to some of the...
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