Having simple puzzles with dextrously tricky solutions falls between two audiences – but think of it as Cat Golf and it nearly works.
A lack of full optimisation and feedback in matches holds back what is otherwise a good recreation of the team-building and managing game.
Already a contender, and if the developer puts in the training, this could feasibly become the best footie game on iOS.
The perfect balance of speed, agility and charm, beautifully honed for the touchscreen like few other iOS titles.
Once again, IAP proves to be the Nemesis of flowing game design. Coaster Crazy’s long waits certainly don’t mean Oblivion, but they hold back what is otherwise a clever, fun and very different kind of puzzler.
A classic RPG that’s been tarnished by time and a troubled port, no question, but you can’t hide the gleam of gold beneath.
Better campaign missions and visuals, paired with still-great online play and controls, yield an excellent and accessible aerial affair.
While mostly more of the same, Zero Hour’s brilliant online battles alone sell this shooter, though the campaign can hold its own.