Chillingo

Bill Killem Review (iOS)
Bill Killem is a 16-bit endless runner centering on a movie star with some hell to pay. Aliens have ruined his premiere and he's out for vengeance.
In Fear I Trust Review (iOS)
In Fear I Trust places gamers in a facility where experimentation comes at the expense of the test subjects. Touted as a psychological thriller, this puzzler is also an absorbing journey to the unknown, a mystery that you may be too scary to solve.
Chillingo Founders Latest to Leave EA
It’s been a weird and wild week for EA and its partners. Now, after the founders of PopCap and Criterion have left the company, the men who founded Chillingo follow suit. Chris Byatte and Joe Wee are stepping away from the company they helped form based on a report from MCV. After helping lau…
Dodge This! Review
Dodgeball — the PE teacher’s favorite activity to inflict on their unwilling students. Those memories, whether horrible or victorious, should not influence your decision to try out Chillingo’s Dodge This! It may sound like it’s dodge ball related, but players won’t…
Rooms of Memory Review
The true challenge behind any free-to-play title is how much is that money grab going to cost a tried and true gamer. Can we skirt the inevitable in-app purchases for a lengthy period, or are we seduced into a first rate experience only to be immediately slapped with an almost mandatory purchase? Ro…
Max Steel: Rise of Elementor Review
Max Steel: Rise of Elementor, like many games that have come to pass, draws its inspiration from comic books and their animated series offshoots. Copying is definitely the sincerest form of flattery, but if an app wants to have any lasting impact it has to distinguish itself amidst a sea of mediocri…
The Impossible Line Review
Do you see that bubble on the upper right hand side of the picture? It won’t vanish with the touch of a finger, but instead redirect you to another app or promotion. That’s called an ad, and even though The Impossible Line touts itself as a free to play app, you’ll have to pay $…
Perfect Kick Review
In a world of sophisticated gaming, where intricate storylines and arresting visuals usually rule the day, a title as seemingly simple as Perfect Kick could get lost in the fray. Plus, since it singles out just one aspect of soccer, who would want to kick their hearts away for any time longer than a…
Happy Dinos Review
Three wide-eyed, baby dinosaurs stare at you, lovingly pleading for a bit of nurturing. Having no children or pets, the idea of raising a Jurassic family on my iPad was too tempting to ignore. After all, sans any mortgage payment or school zoning concerns, raising a few kids of my own and receiving …

Load More Articles