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Feed Me Oil 2 Review
It's the new year, and superlatives are completely understandable due to hopeful resolutions and a sunnier disposition. Feed Me Oil 2 is one of the new releases of the just reopened App Store, and even though Santa Claus is on vacation, the Christmas spirit should linger for iOS lovers.
Fightback Review
Fightback is a throwback, meat and potatoes brawler that doesn't exactly aim for the fences. Instead, it attempts to wow us with a 'throw in everything but the kitchen sink' mentality, giving us tons of uncomplicated game play without having to pay a penny. Freemium models usually com…
Icycle: On Thin Ice Review
Forget the black infused back drop of Icycle: On Thin Ice's title screen, since everything about this game is colorful. Starting with its James Bond inspired opening sequence, this app reels you in with all its pretty pictures, illustrating a surreal dreamscape where bicycles fear to tread. Adv…
Let Me Loose Review
Let Me Loose possesses a great moniker, as any human or creature can relate to the idea of yearning to break free. In this case, our suffocating protagonist is an amoeba, an explorer who refuses to remain stagnant. There is a world to explore and tasty scrummies to digest, and it's our duty to …
Beetle Breaker Review
Beetle Breaker is the latest free to play app from Chillingo, a publisher known for their array of addicting apps. They may not shoot for the stars when it comes to epic narratives, but most of the games under their line are definitely worth the download. Beetle Breaker places us in the world of ins…
Striker Soccer 2 Review
There really is no free lunch in this world, even if you're in an iOS state of mind. You may download an app for zero cents, but the advertisements that come your way, as well as the constant reminder of in-app purchases, can turn an initial bargain into a total headache. Striker Soccer 2 inundates …
Anomaly 2 Review
I really didn't expect 11 Bit Studios to top my Anomaly Korea experience from last December with its latest release Anomaly 2. How many sequels, in whatever form of art, can fully supplant its predecessor? Anomaly 2 was already stepping on first rate territory, and even if it hit the same notes as A…
Fright Heights Review
Since my switch to iOS gaming, Chillingo has been a first rate publisher of addicting apps. When Fright Heights swung my way, I assumed another dependable and great experience was in the offing. But one never truly knows with free to play titles, and a well executed adventure may be ruined by freemi…
Steampunk Tower Review
Steampunk Tower bills itself as "the one tower defense game," and it's a clever, if not playfully cocky way of describing the app. It literally is just one tower pitted against a horde of enemies, but the actual phrase infers that this adventure is the gold standard of its genre. I'm all i…
Hills of Glory 3D Review
I still haven't played a Chillingo app that has totally sucked, and after playing a countless number of their titles, I'm waiting for that streak to end. The World War 2 based Hills of Glory 3D is a free to play experience, and freemium games come with their share of baggage. Should you ru…

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