Review: Boom Boom Gems (iPhone)

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Boom Boom Gems plays on our love of popping bubbles (they’re meant to be gems, but they look like bubbles). Brightly coloured floating bubbles. It’s not the first bubbly game on the iPhone, and stacked against competition such as Nnooo’s Pop, it’s not the best, but it is still good…

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Review: Boom Boom Gems (iPhone)

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Boom Boom Gems plays on our love of popping bubbles (they’re meant to be gems, but they look like bubbles). Brightly coloured floating bubbles. It’s not the first bubbly game on the iPhone, and stacked against competition such as Nnooo’s Pop, it’s not the best, but it is still good…

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Review: Traverse (iPhone)

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Traverse is a easy game to get into. It features stylish, neon-cool visuals with simple but enjoyable puzzles and throws in a heck of a lot of content. It’s a difficult game to explain the core gameplay, but after a few attempts, it becomes second nature. The aim of the…

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Review: Traverse (iPhone)

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Traverse is a easy game to get into. It features stylish, neon-cool visuals with simple but enjoyable puzzles and throws in a heck of a lot of content. It’s a difficult game to explain the core gameplay, but after a few attempts, it becomes second nature. The aim of the…

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Review: Battle for Wesnoth HD (iPad)

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The Battle for Wesnoth is proof that open source community projects can make awesome games. It’s been around for years, of course, and over that time has developed a very faithful community that has produced an immense range of scenarios and refinements, but the HD iPad version is perhaps the…

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Review: Battle for Wesnoth HD (iPad)

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The Battle for Wesnoth is proof that open source community projects can make awesome games. It’s been around for years, of course, and over that time has developed a very faithful community that has produced an immense range of scenarios and refinements, but the HD iPad version is perhaps the…

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