Monthly Archives: November 2013

‘MyGPTeam Turbo’ Review – Start Your Engines
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‘MyGPTeam Turbo’ Review – Start Your Engines

Patience isn’t a word that you’d expect to find in conjunction with a free Android game about F1 racing, but it’s something you’ll need to truly progress in MyGPTeam Turbo. Interactive Project’s game is a simple,[...]

‘Zombies Ate My Doctor’ Review
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‘Zombies Ate My Doctor’ Review

Zombies Ate My Doctor is an endless-runner that takes place in a zombie-filled hospital. The protagonist-patient, wakes up to find out that zombies have taken over the world (…sounds familiar). Apparently our protagonist either has[...]

‘Name It!’ Review: Acronyms For Everything
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‘Name It!’ Review: Acronyms For Everything

If you’ve ever wanted to feel stupid, Name It! is the free, educational iOS game for you. With its kid-friendly visuals and announcer, you wouldn’t be alone in assuming that all the trivia to come[...]

Indie Intros: ‘Colossus Escape’

Shadow of the Colossus is one of my all-time favourite games. I bought the Ico/Shadow of the Colossus HD bundle the moment it came out, and I even bought a 3D TV just so I[...]


Indie Intros: ‘Neurokult’

Many Indie games have a fondness for audio-based gameplay – complete, of course, with a kick-ass soundtrack. Neurokult, a new iOS game from three-man Indie studio Woodland Barbarians is no exception.   After attempting to hack[...]

‘Hazel Dazzel’ – Amid small worlds

    Hazel Dazzel is the second creation of indie developers Wake Studios. The game is a 3D adventure that features crisp graphics, vibrant colors, and per the developers, “an incredible story with catchy characters”.[...]