Gamezebo Archives - June 2010

John Wizard Games confirms sequels for Dawn's Light, Lilly & Sasha

Jun 22, 2010

The folks at John Wizard Games might just be the hardest working developers in the business. The latest post on the company's blog confirms that they have at least three role-playing games in development and scheduled to come out by the end of the year: Dawn's Light 2, Lilly & Sasha: Nexus of Souls, and the next chapter of Dawn's Light: A Christmas Tale.

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Prince of Persia: The Warrior Within Review: Prince of Persia: The Warrior Within Review

Jun 22, 2010

The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time trilogy is well regarded thanks to its unique middle eastern setting and high-flying, platforming action. So Gameloft has decided to revisit the series on the iPhone by...releasing the second game in the series? It's a strange decision, releasing the excellent but controversial Warrior Within before the universally loved Sands of Time. And while the idea of having one of the best platforming games around in your pocket may sound like a good idea, the transition to the iPhone is nowhere near as smooth as one of the Prince's signature back flips.

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Chop Chop Tennis, Creative Genius and more! Free iPhone Games for June 22, 2010

Jun 22, 2010

Free games are all around us, but they may not be as easy to find as you’d think. We help you sort through the App Store to find the latest price drops and limited time offers so that you won’t have to spend a penny. Today’s free games include a ninjitsu take on tennis, a movie title guessing game, a space cargo defender, and more!

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Lunnye Devitsy Review: Lunnye Devitsy

Jun 22, 2010

It was just over 40 years ago that the first human set foot on the moon. Yet while it was "one small step for man", the little alien in Boss Baddie's Lunnye Devitsy needs "one giant leap" to get back to where it belongs.

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Soccer Cup Solitaire Review: Soccer Cup Solitaire mixes two popular games to create a clever and addictive experience.

Jun 22, 2010

The FIFA World Cup comes around every four years, and it's no surprise that a whole host of football-related merchandise and products follow it - some a little more unusual than others. Soccer Cup Solitaire is definitely a strange arrangement, mixing the classic pair-matching card game with "the beautiful game."

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Busy Bea's Halftime Hustle Preview: Busy Bea's Halftime Hustle brings sports and time management together

Jun 22, 2010

Gold Sun Games (Megaplex Madness: Now Playing) sent us some brand new screenshots for Busy Bea's Halftime Hustle, a game that deals with an area few (if any?) time management games have gone before: sports stadiums.

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Slingo Quest Egypt Walkthrough

Jun 21, 2010

Many who approach Slingo Quest Egypt as just a game of luck are missing many of the cool new features that have been added that the player can indeed control. And learning about these controllable features can be the key difference between just being a novice player and becoming the Slingo expert you know you are.

This guide was written by Slingo Designers and will let you in on their many secrets, so you take control of your powerups, use your friends effectively, maximize any minigame the devil throws at you, and even make your own luck!

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Angry Birds receives 15 new levels

Jun 21, 2010

Ever wonder how Angry Birds can stay so consistently popular on the App Store? Asides from a few days here and there, it’s been the top-selling app on the iPhone week after week since its release last December. I’ll let you in on a little secret to how they keep winning folks over time and time again – regular updates.

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Osmos coming to iPhone, iPad – looking for beta participants

Jun 21, 2010

Last year’s indie hit about hungry heavenly bodies absorbing one another was all the rage for PC and Mac gamers looking for a zen gaming experience. We liked it so much that we awarded it 4.5 stars. Now it looks as though Osmos will be stealing our attention away again, as Hemisphere Games will be bringing this hypnotic experience to the iPhone and iPad – and you can get in on the action early.

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Geometry Wars: Touch Review: I can't fight the feeling that we've fought this war before...

Jun 21, 2010

When Geometry Wars: Touch debuted on the iPad back in April, iPhone gamers felt a sadness in the pit of their stomachs. From Minigore to Pirate’s Treasure, twin stick shooters have been a mainstay of iPhone gaming. Now the biggest name in the genre had come to an Apple device, and it wasn’t the iPhone! Fear not, pocket gamers. Activision has recently changed the game from an iPad exclusive to a universal app, meaning iPhone owners are now able to dive into the same classic shooting as their big screened cousins.

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