Posts Tagged ‘iphone arcade’

CorkyTheCod: Starfish Navigation Taken to a Whole New Level

Tweet Price: Free Rating: CorkyTheCod iPhone Game Review by We’ve mentioned it before, but it’s totally worth repeating: Here at the iPhone App Review, we are all about high scores. When we dream at night, we see leader boards in our heads. It’s because of this that we pay so much attention to arcade […]


Nimbler: How Quick Are You Really?

Tweet Price: Free Rating: Nimbler iPhone App Review by Here at the iPhone App Review, we are always on the lookout for the best new arcade games on iOS. And today, we’re serving up a juicy concept with a smooth, minimalist execution. This good-looking app’s name is Nimbler, from iShare AB, and as the […]


Hill Bill: Who Said a Hodown Had to Be Safe?

Tweet  Price: $1.99 Rating: Hill Bill iPhone Game Review by Today’s application has a special place in our hearts. As native Southerners, from an immediately long time ago, we have a penchant for all things beer can studded and draw-inducing. This is why we’re so tickled to be bringing you a review of Hill […]


SurvivorMorads: Dodging it all With the Best of Them

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: SurvivorMorads iPhone App Review by If you’re new to our shores, let us be the first to tell you that we absolutely love any sort of iPhone or iPad application that has a particularly arcade focus. In other words, anything that lets us rack up some high scores, scrape together […]


Brick Breaker Warz: Two-Player Retro Gaming at its Finest

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: Brick Breaker Warz iPhone Game Review by If you’re new to our site, let us be the first to tell you: We have a Death Star fatal vent sized weakness for all things arcade gaming. We can’t get enough of any high score pumping monstrosity, which is why we’re pretty […]


The Howler: It’s Retro Fun with New Concepts

Tweet  Price: $1.99 Rating: The Howler iPad App Review by In an industry that’s driven by photocopying what is successful, it’s both refreshing and unbelievably heartwarming to see titles that are reinventing what can be done. That’s a hefty sentence to start with, but in our minds, The Howler, from Antanas Marcelionis, is nothing […]

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