Gamezebo Archives - February 2011

Shop-N-Spree: Family Fortune Review: Shop-N-Spree: Family Fortune is a great sequel with fresh new departments

Feb 25, 2011

Shop-N-Spree: Family Fortune is a wonderful follow-up to the original Shop-n-Spree, a game that blended time management and hidden object gameplay and tasked the player with running the local family department store. Family Fortune expands to three locations with fun new departments offering plenty of new merchandise to hunt for.

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Shadow Era Review: Shadow Era proves that digital CCG's can be just as much fun as their real world counterparts

Feb 25, 2011

Shadow Era is a new CCG (collectible card game) similar to genre stalwart Magic: The Gathering. I don’t say this as a bad thing, quite the opposite really. It’s instantly comfortable to those of us familiar with the game, but different enough to never feel like a copycat. In fact it’s really quite different, and in very good ways. It’s definitely inspired by games like Magic but make no mistake, Shadow Era is its own game – and quite a good one at that.

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Cloning Clyde Preview: Cloning Clyde coming to PC - new trailer released

Feb 25, 2011

NinjaBee (A Kingdom for Keflings, Band of Bugs) is bringing the puzzle platformer Cloning Clyde to PC and has released a new gameplay trailer that you can check out behind the cut. Ever wonder what it would like to be cloned? In Cloning Clyde you'll clone multiple copies of Clyde - as well as splice his DNA together with sheep, frogs, monkeys and chickens - to escape a lab experiment gone horribly wrong.

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Buddy Rush Review: Buddy Rush is a great action RPG, no matter what platform you're playing on

Feb 25, 2011

Buddy Rush isn’t really a social game, it’s a casual action role playing game that just so happens to be on Facebook. It features smooth, colorful 3D visuals and a large assortment of quests to complete and items to collect. The structure does get a bit repetitive after a while, but the solid core gameplay and delightful sense of charm help to cover up that fact. And you can play it on your phone.

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Tap Fish Walkthrough

Feb 25, 2011

Tap Fish for the iPhone, iPad, and the iPod Touch by BayView Labs is a fish game that will guarantee you hours of aquarium magic. Gamezebo’s Tap Fish strategy guide and walkthrough will provide you with a quick start guide, tips, tricks, and hints on how to win.

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Gun Bros Walkthrough

Feb 25, 2011

Gun Bros is the latest action-shooter game from Glu Games for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Facebook. You play as one of two gun brothers set out on ultimate destruction against the opposing forces. With the help of your brother, you’ll need to gun down as many of the enemies as possible. Using Gamezebo’s quick start guide, you’ll learn all of the tips, tricks, hints and cheats necessary to survive.

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Tiny Wings Review: We spread our wings and fly in Tiny Wings, a true gem of an iPhone game

Feb 25, 2011

At this point I should really stop being so surprised when a unique take on something we’ve already seen a million times before hits my iPhone. Maybe it’s my console background bias where multimillion dollar projects tend to more often than not just play it safe. The iOS world is still relatively untamed, and there are great games being made by small teams of super creative people. Tiny Wings is one of those games.

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Steals & Deals: Snail Mail, Farm Frenzy 3: Ice Age, Magic Farm, and more!

Feb 25, 2011

Every Friday we post our roundup of the week's download game deals and discounts from around the Web. Keep on reading to learn all the ways you can save this week!

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Cartoon Wars, Sovereign: Kingdoms and more! Free iPhone Games for February 25, 2011

Feb 25, 2011

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 popular cartoon defense game, a brand new social RPG with a fantasy setting, an homage to Metroid, and more!

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Interview: Lionside talks making basketball social with NBA Legend

Feb 25, 2011

Lionside is all about two things: sports and social networks. It started with the release of Lionside Football, and more recently the developer brought the world of pro basketball to Facebook with the excellent NBA Legend. Gamezebo recently had the chance to chat with Brandon Barber, Lionside's founder and marketing and production VP, about taking the NBA social and why Facebook and sports are such a good fit.

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