Chillingo Ltd

Tiny City Review (iOS)

by Greg Srisavasdi March 24, 2014 @ 1:53 PM
Tiny City is the Groundhog Day of farming games, and depending on your love of repetition will either keep you at bay or whet your appetite. Since this app is free-to-play, the idea of constructing a metropolis out of a tiny town won't happen overnight unless you spend a bit of cash. Even with this annoying aspect at its base, Tiny City is part of my daily app play rotation.

Tanglers Blitz Review (iOS)

by Greg Srisavasdi March 11, 2014 @ 10:23 AM
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Tanglers Blitz is a free-to-play app that is filled with colorful aliens that need to be collected by the touch of your fingers. It's a supremely easy game to master, and within seconds you'll understand the game's entire universe. Predictability can work its magic with certain titles, and with Tanglers Blitz a little bit can really go a long way.

Modern Command Review (iOS)

by Greg Srisavasdi February 11, 2014 @ 11:10 AM
Modern Command is a tower defense game that pits you against terrorists who are determined to destroy your military base. The good news is that it's a free-to-play experience, and you'll get a good enough taste of the app before deciding if you want to pay for the piper.

Bloodstroke Review (iOS)

by Greg Srisavasdi February 3, 2014 @ 11:57 AM
Director John Woo's trademark is his kinetic visual action style, as he usually litters his world with two-gun toting heroes and a plethora of doves. You'll get those touches with this blood soaked endless runner, and if you're a fan of Woo's cinematic ouevre this mobile release won't disappoint.

Hot Wheels World's Best Driver Review

by Greg Srisavasdi January 10, 2014 @ 3:29 PM
Hot Wheels World's Best Driver initially won me with one risky decision. Originally a console game, its journey to iOS can be only enjoyed by iPad users, so cutting the mobile market is a huge risk for the franchise. With Chillingo, this racer should easily cross the finish line with flying colors. That being said, the need for speed and a dependable brand name doesn't always guarantee a smooth ride.

simian.interface Review

by Greg Srisavasdi January 9, 2014 @ 5:22 PM
With a black drenched title screen that gives a wink to DOS history, simian.interface offers up a subtly complicated promise. What you see is not exactly what you'll get, and within the simplest commands rests a multitude of depth. Chillingo is describing the game as a "spatial puzzler," but these words are just an entry way to a cerebral and viscerally enervating escapade.