Review: Blue Lion (iPhone)

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There’s not a lot to say about Blue Lion really. Based on the board game of the same name, the game takes place in the famous Paris museum The Louvre, where a famous diamond exhibition is currently taking place and among them is the Blue Lion, a diamond of unique…

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Review: Blue Lion (iPhone)

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There’s not a lot to say about Blue Lion really. Based on the board game of the same name, the game takes place in the famous Paris museum The Louvre, where a famous diamond exhibition is currently taking place and among them is the Blue Lion, a diamond of unique…

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Review: Virus Wars (iPhone)

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It’s hard to imagine now, but there was a time where we didn’t have iPhones and iPads. In fact, way back when, we didn’t even have the Game Boy. “But wait,” I hear you say. “How did people have, you know, fun while travelling back then?” Why, with a bit…

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Review: Virus Wars (iPhone)

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It’s hard to imagine now, but there was a time where we didn’t have iPhones and iPads. In fact, way back when, we didn’t even have the Game Boy. “But wait,” I hear you say. “How did people have, you know, fun while travelling back then?” Why, with a bit…

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Review: Quarrel (iPad)

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Mix Risk with Scrabble and you get Quarrel. If that doesn’t have board game fans scrambling to get to the App store, nothing will. It’s a frankly brilliant little combination that is pulled off with real style, at UTV Ignition has a real hit on its hands, I’ll wager. The…

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Review: Quarrel (iPad)

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Mix Risk with Scrabble and you get Quarrel. If that doesn’t have board game fans scrambling to get to the App store, nothing will. It’s a frankly brilliant little combination that is pulled off with real style, at UTV Ignition has a real hit on its hands, I’ll wager. The…

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Review: Puerto Rico (iPad)

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Puerto Rico is a massive disappointment. Not because it’s a bad game – far be it, it’s one of the greatest board games ever made, but rather, it’s disappointing because the developers have made poor use of the iPad’s screen and capabilities. The end result is a game with poor,…

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Review: Puerto Rico (iPad)

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Puerto Rico is a massive disappointment. Not because it’s a bad game – far be it, it’s one of the greatest board games ever made, but rather, it’s disappointing because the developers have made poor use of the iPad’s screen and capabilities. The end result is a game with poor,…

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