Mini Showdown is a Free new FPS iOS game developed by Zhao Zhiyuan that has a welcome twist to the first-person shooter (FPS) games. It adds a realistic feel to shooting guns in the game, so players will enjoy moving their device to line up the shot. Mini Showdown not only adds this great new way of shooting but a nice Wild West theme to go along with it. Read More »
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This weeks Editors Choice is one of my favorite games called Rayman Fiesta Run. It's currently available in the App store for $2.99, and it has 75 levels with amazing graphics to get you hooked right from the beginning. Read More »
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Posted by: iRob in iPad apps, iPad Tablet, iPhone apps - 6$, iPod, Reviews, tags: appstore game, gameloft, iphone action game, iphone adventure game, iphone game, iphone game review
BackStab, a new title from Gameloft, is wowing fans with incredible 3D graphics. Does the rest of the game stack up to its visual power? The backstory to BackStab does. Set in the 18th century, the player takes on the role of Henry Blake, a man with nothing to live for but vengeance. Blake serves as a dark hero, rogue killer, and all-around-badass. He’s lost his fiancée and his life as he knew it, and he’s got nothing else to lose. Which means, of course, that this game is about to get gory. While Blake is mayhem on the loose, however, there’s more to the game than just slaughtering everything. He’s a man on a mission, and getting to the final target is the key. There are also numerous side quests to supplement the main campaign, which gives the player more game time and more bang for his buck. BackStab takes place in a free-roaming 3D environment, and the beauty of the visuals can’t be overstressed. Nor can the intensity of the combat. As the name suggests, BackStab is extremely bloody, so if you like your video game violence to be minimal, take a pass.
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