Genre:  Line Drawing

Air Patriots Review: Air Patriots finds new ground in tower defense, in-app purchases

Nov 5, 2012

Mobile and social games present developers with a unique challenge. Since many of the games are simpler and less expensive to make than major console or PC titles, it's hard to charge much. At the same time, no one expects developers to give everything away. You have to make a profit somehow, which is what brought about the less-than-beloved practice of in-app purchases. Handy for developers and often deplored by players, it's something that we've all learned to live with.

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Super Touchdown Review: Super Touchdown is neither super nor a touchdown. Discuss.

Jul 10, 2012

Amongst my circle of friends, it’s no secret that I by and large hate regular mainstream sports. Baseball, basketball, and especially football. I do not get the appeal at all. But give me an arcadey sports videogame and I can be just as enthralled as the next guy. I hate basketball with the fury of a thousand suns, but I love me some NBA Jam. So when presented with a football game that’s just about bombing touchdown passes, I was more than willing to dive right in.

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Boom Brigade 2 Preview: 10tons gets ready to bring the boom back with Boom Brigade 2

Apr 24, 2012

Trying to think of what life was like all the way back in 2009 usually conjures up images of carrier pigeons and foot-powered Flintstones cars, but if you happen to work at 10tons, you probably remember fondly as the year that you launched the line-drawing meets tower defense hit Boom Brigade. Now after countless other great releases, from Joining Hands to Azkend 2, 10tons is looking to bring the Boom Brigade out of retirement.

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Little Labyrinths Review: How quickly can you solve a maze?

Apr 19, 2012

As the sophomore release from FlipShip creator ByteSize Games, Little Labyrinths initially appears to zig where FlipShip zagged. Scratch beneath the surface though, and you’ll find that this release doesn’t stray too far from its predecessors ideals. Both games are about intuitive gameplay, quick bursts of play, and plenty of reasons to come back. But while FlipShip excelled on this last point, Little Labyrinths manages to be a little easier to walk away from.

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Little Labyrinths Preview: The creators of FlipShip want to run you through a maze this April with Little Labyrinths

Mar 23, 2012

Have you ever had one of those little games that you’re absolutely in love with and can’t wait to turn other gamers on to? Last fall a lot of us at Gamezebo had that very experience with the color-and-tilt game FlipShip. ByteSize Games, the team behind that little gem, have just let us know that they have their second title in the works, and from the looks of things it’s going to be a-“maze”-ing.

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Flight Control Rocket Review: Flight Control Rocket improves on the classic formula, but at the cost of constant panhandling

Mar 22, 2012

The original Flight Control by Firemint is still a showcase title for the iOS. Whereas many studios struggle to import console games and implement traditional controls on a platform that was never designed for them, Flight Control is tailored to suit the touchscreen's strengths. What's more, the game demonstrates that small, independent developers are very capable of designing hit titles in this age of giant studios and flashy graphics.

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Flight Control Rocket Walkthrough

Mar 17, 2012

Flight Control Rocket is a line-drawing game from Firemint and Electronic Arts. This isn’t the Flight Control you’re used to, with twists and turns at every corner. Not to worry though, as Gamezebo’s quick start guide has all of the tips, tricks, and walkthroughs you need to get soaring.

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Flight Control Rocket Preview: Flight Control shoots into space with Flight Control Rocket

Mar 7, 2012

Space. The final frontier--for mid-air collisions. Firemint is currently at work on another Flight Control-style game, but this one goes beyond the stratosphere. This is Flight Control Rocket.

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Space Tap Review: Space Tap is a decent line-drawing game, but lacks its promised tower defense element

Feb 14, 2012

There's a brewery in the area with the slogan, "Do one thing, really, really well." That, in a nutshell, is Space Tap. It's a well-groomed pony that knows one trick and one trick only, and how much you get out of it depends entirely on how long it takes you to get sick of it.

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Stop Those Fish Review: Catch and release

Jan 19, 2012

It’s official: arcades are back, except now they’re virtual and on your favorite mobile devices. With Stop Those Fish, Eye Interactive adds one more chain in the link of pay-to-play time wasters, helping to strengthen the reliance mobile games have upon in-app purchases.

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