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Ms. Splosion Man: Available Now On iOS!

Ms. Splosion Man: Available Now On iOS!

Could you not get enough Ms. Splosion Man on Xbox 360? Well we have some news for you! I’ve put so many hours into Ms. Splosion and still till this day I go back for more. I’ll need to 100% it, right? Well, Twisted Pixel hasgood news for you. Get ready to have your socks blown off because Twisted Pixel has now released Ms. Splosion onto iOS.

Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 Release Date Announced

Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 Release Date Announced

Who hasn’t played Magic: The Gathering, whether it’s in real life or via consoles? Just moments ago the release date was announced for Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013. When is this release date? June 20th! How can you play? You can get your hands on it via Playstation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade, Steam (PC) and, for the first time ever, iPad. Gamers may go back to this wonderful game and...[Read More]

Wesley Snipes Stars In New Episodic iOS Game

Wesley Snipes Stars In New Episodic iOS Game

Birthed deep within the Arctic Circle, Finland, comes a new episodic game that will change your iPad and iPhone forever. On August 11th the game’s first episode that is going to leave you at your boiling point will be released. Staring Wesley Snipes and developed by Lapland Studios in association with Elstree Studio Productions, Red 27 Films and Maandi Media Holdings presents Julius Styles: The In...[Read More]

Review: LUXOR: Amun Rising (iOS)

Review: LUXOR: Amun Rising (iOS)

MumboJumbo Games hits it out of the park again with LUXOR: Amun Rising for iOS devices. In this new chapter of their Egyptian marble franchise, MumboJumbo sticks to their tried and true formula while still pushing boundaries for the fans and delivering a new experience.

Review: Shadow Ranch (iOS)

Review: Shadow Ranch (iOS)

Over the past several months I’ve played a couple Nancy Drew games, but they were always for the PC. When I heard that a new Drew game called Shadow Ranch would be hitting iTunes I was curious to see how the PC gameplay would be implemented on a smaller scale. I was surprised when I was presented with a proper story rather than a hidden-object/puzzle game, but that’s not necessarily a ...[Read More]

Fanboys Rejoice – The iPad 2 is Here

Fanboys Rejoice – The iPad 2 is Here

Before starting, allow me to state that I am perfectly aware of the fact that one of two things will happen today across the Internet; everyone with a blog or Twitter account will either write about the iPad 2 with great praise, or tweet and blog about how they hate having their Twitter stream filled with BS about the iPad 2. That being said…I dont’ care (sorry, folks). I want to write...[Read More]

Review: Pucca Noodle Rush (iOS)

Review: Pucca Noodle Rush (iOS)

As a lover of time-management games and all things cute, I knew I had to get my hands on the new iOS Pucca game by Bigben Interactive, Noodle Rush. If you’re unfamiliar with the popular Pucca, she’s a 10-year old girl who is the niece of three noodle shop owners. Since Noodle Rush was the first Pucca game I had ever played, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.

Review: The Pantheon Cycle: Shrouded Aspect (iOS)

Review: The Pantheon Cycle: Shrouded Aspect (iOS)

Shrouded Aspect, the first of what will probably be many games in The Pantheon Cycle by Gilligames, is a turn-based RPG for iOS devices. I happen to be a fan of RPG’s, and I do love a good turn-based game (especially Civilization), so I’m having a hard time as to pin-pointing why I couldn’t get into Shrouded Aspect.

Angry Birds: The Board Game!

Angry Birds: The Board Game!

Are you sick of wasting all the time you have flicking birds at pigs on your iPad? Yes? Well, good news for you! Soon you’ll be able to waste all the time you have flicking birds at pigs on your tabletop!

Review: Family Feud Decades (iOS)

Review: Family Feud Decades (iOS)

For over a week now I’ve been playing Family Feud Decades on my iPhone. As a huge fan of the television show I was really interested in getting my hands on this game. Having played iPhone and PC versions of regular Family Feud, I was curious to see how Decades would be different.