Tense, captivating but short, unless you’re prepared to grind for increasingly powerful weapons. Definitely worth an hour of your time, though.
A clear labour of love, with the high level of care elevating it above most other retro compilations on the iPad.
Better than its predecessor in every way, but the huge leaps in visuals and variety aren’t matched by much progression in how it plays.
Far too difficult at times, but also far too charming, entertaining and original for that to matter too much.
Two sets of great-looking levels and a couple of more dubious ones aren’t enough to save this game from itself.
An Inca-redibly fun multiplayer experience, though you Maya not find the single-player game as engrossing.
Fun for fans of Angry Birds and Star Wars alike, but the few new gimmicks mean The Force is merely strong(ish) in this one.
It’s so good that we’ve stuffed our reviewer’s mitt with five good reasons to try this. Download Punch Quest and give boredom a ruddy good biff on the schnozz.