Indie Game Review – Springee

Springee

 

Springee
New ios & Android title

Springee is a new 2D platformer on iOS and Android devices – sprung into life by debut developer “Kronbex Team”.

Springee The Game features a pretty sweet “digital-sketchy” graphic style, and a new kind of hero…

Yes you are in charge of a very clever SPRING, who has been sucked up by the evil Junk Collector Minions in thier massive Dyson-a-like.

“Making a challenging yet fun gameplay was the main goal during the designing of the game.”  Says Indie Dev Kronbex

In the game, you help Springee on his journey for getting back to his world, after being kidnapped by the Junk Collector Minions.
You have to make your way through the planet. You have to be sharp to overcome threats and outsmart the bad guy minions to reach the portal leads you home.

The games slogan is: Focus, jump well, outsmart minions, find your way home!

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Review: Alto’s Adventure — Girl With Swords

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Tappy Tapp Indie Game Review

Today we will be reviewing an extremely smart new indie game called Tappy Tap By Red Two Apps.


We reviewed the beta iOS version of Tappy Tap…

…Now I’ll admit that going into the beta test, I had absolutely no idea of what type of game I was playing, I knew numbers and tapping was involved (observational skills were over-clocked) and that was about it.

So I did the blokey thing and just went for it, opened the app and was presented with a fairly assuming menu with the instructions displayed first which was great, except as I had done no research previous I was somewhat baffled but still just tapped until something played.

After two taps (you getting the theme?)  I was in!

Up popped these crazy numbers, after a 1-2-3 countdown all hell breaks loose and the numbers are all changing like some sort of reverse syco bingo!  Some are clear (positive) numbers and some are red minus (negative) numbers, but they all swap position in random time frames so some will stay there for what seems like forever and then change into a minus just before you tap it!

Basically what you have to do get the highest score by ‘tapping’ on the highest numbers you can when they appear, if you hit a red minus/negative number though, you will get docked hard like a cheating gambler in a Marylebone Casino.

The game modes are either 30 seconds or 60 seconds, the 60 seconds mode really lulls you into a false sense of security because the numbers change faster as time goes on.

You can tap the same numbers as many times as you like in a row and they all cleverly fall into the recycling bin at the bottom of the screen to save on emissions or make paper from I don’t know.

As I say the end goal is to achieve the highest score and beat all ya mates to claim the superior tapping skills title, because that is indeed a thing.

Tappy Tap has a wide range of levels, and they are just evil as the numbers are no longer assigned to a square but they are all let loose and fly all around the screen, so frankly any cunning plan you had goes completely out the window.

These modes are much harder and got my goat after about 10 seconds, but that’s always a great sign as I am usually good at most games and I see that as a great mental challenge.  I am no Doc Brown, but I recon this game will be great for training the brain.

The game mechanics are really simple but also equally brilliant, with just a few tweaks to the gameplay it brings a whole new game within a game in the guise of the different modes, they really add value to Tappy Tap.

I Give Tappy Tap A Blistering 9/10

I think that Tappy Tapp could be the next Tappy, I mean Flappy Bird.

You can check it out on the App Store https://t.co/xETJ9A3F9x Or Android https://t.co/vole3LXSz8 and make sure you follow:

Red Two Apps @two_apps

I will update you all when it has driven me mad and sapped all of my time, until next time, enjoy!

RRB Games

Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition

I have loved Resident Evil since the PS1, this game is awesome and just carries on the Resi Revolution.

Vox of Vox

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So, I’m taking, yet another, look at Resident Evil 4. This time, it’s a recently released HD edition for PC with updated graphics, the option for 60fps, and better mouse and keyboard controls. Does that help its case when it comes to me hating this game? Well, let’s see.

It’s Definitely Better

I can say that much, at least. Being able to aim with the mouse without having to resort to a mod is a huge improvement, but you’re still forced to use A and D to turn. I’m guessing there’s something in the coding stopping them from enabling the mouse to be more substantial when turning, but it still would’ve been nice to actually see the game get some tighter control going on in that aspect.

When it comes down to it, the game is a lot easier to play with this minor improvement, but what about the rest…

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Top 10 Game Review Websites #gamereview #appreview

top 10 game review websites

Top 10 Game Review Websites

Yo yo yo, while I am doing all of my lists for my future endeavors, here is a very quick but great list of top App/Game Review Websites, maybe I’ll do a review on them, see how they like it hehe:

  1. AppCraver

  2. iPhoneAppReviews.net

  3. Apple iPhone School

  4. 148apps

  5. AppVee

  6. iUseThis

  7. iPhoneApplicationList

  8. AppStoreApps.com

  9. TUAW

  10. TodayiniOS

Maybe I shouldn’t have said top ten, I have no real preference, again when I review em, I might just rank them :o)