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Drop The Chicken drops its update like it’s hot

  • Author: Mr Sandeman
  • Filed under: iPhone, iPod
  • Date: Jun 20,2011

Drop The Chicken is a success, according to the game’s developers. It got number 1 in 14 countries, we can definitely agree that this game is a true success. Sharp Agency released the first major upgrade for this iPhone/iPod Touch game right before the weekend. Their hot update contains cool new features such as the ability to play your own music in the background, it boasts new achievements and the game now supports earlier iOS versions as well. Angry Birds definitely shouldn’t be the only birds taking top positions in the App Store, Drop The Chicken definitely deserves its great rankings as well.


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The creativity behind this game is truly inspirational. Where do people think of such great ideas like this? It’s such a good concept and I wish I had thought of it first… but credit is given where it’s due to Launching Pad Games for an exciting and more importantly FUN game, which is how games on the iPhone should be.

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Ahhh, Reversi; it’s such a simple concept, yet has become so popular. And with Reversi Reloaded, you can now play this classic game on the move with your iPhone or iPad. Before I installed the game, my first concern for it was space – the iPhone does not have a lot to offer in terms of screen space, and when I started my first Reversi game, the squares were indeed quite small. Despite this, however, I had absolutely no trouble selecting the correct boxes… so kudos to Mobivention for making this typical board game work with the iPhone’s limiting factors.

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Ok, I’m not gonna beat around the bush here…this game is weird.  W-E-I-R-D. The concept is seriously just kinda out there, but as most good iPhone games go, this thing will just pull you in. Save Toshi DX is really just a great game for throwing on some headphones, zoning out, blasting the music, and saving the small asian girl time and time again… Read the rest of this entry »


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Alright all you aspring bandits out there…mount up for one of the most addicting games that I’ve yet to find for my iPhone.  And that game is….(drum roll)….High Noon!  I absolutely love it when an iPhone developer gets everything about a game right.  From the overall look to the ease of gameplay to the price point, this thing is just awesome.

The game itself is pretty straightforward.  It’s a one-on-one multiplayer western style shooter.  It takes advantage of the iPhone’s anonymous multiplayer features and allows you to challenge other players across the globe.  The point of the game is to become the most hated/feared bandit in all of the old west by increasing your level through repeated duel victories.  Each time you pair up there is a specified “reward” if you kill the other.  As you get more infamous (kill more folks) your level and your reward will all continue to rise. Read the rest of this entry »


Review: Angel Bounce

  • Author: Guest Reviewer
  • Filed under: Action, iPhone
  • Date: Jun 5,2011

Angle Bounce, iPhone game, Scylla Games

The afterlife has been thrown into disarray with demons and angels scattered about the universe. It is your job, in Angel Bounce, to restore the powers that be to their rightful afterlife locations. Angels and demons both fall from the sky and you, acting as a cloud, choose to bounce the angels back to heaven and allow the demons to fall to the depths of hell. The story line is interesting; basically there has been a cosmic upset and angels and demons have been bounced around. They need to get back to their rightful homes and it is your job to get them there.

Angel Bounce is a pretty basic and easy to navigate game. It has all been seen before and the mechanism is nothing special. You navigate the cloud across the screen to bounce the angels back to heaven, much like many other app store games. The only catch is you must avoid the demons that are also falling from the sky. When you bounce the demons back into heaven they are considered “saved” and will lower your overall score. If you happen to let an angel fall into hell they are considered “condemned” and it also lowers your score. Read the rest of this entry »