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Wikipad review

By 5 September 2013

Meet the Wikipad, a 7-inch gaming tablet that slides in and out of a portable controller dock. After Ouya made the gaming industry realise the Android platform could actually threaten consoles, a slew of new Google-friendly hardware has jumped from the... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Wind-up Knight review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Wind-up Knight review (Android)

By 8 February 2013

There's only a couple of controls, you think. How hard can it be, you question. The answer is, very hard indeed, so forget about the apparent simplicity of Wind-up Knight, because it's all superficial - this is the hardest game of all time. Okay, it isn't,... >>

App of the day: Wreck-it Ralph review (Android, iPhone)

App of the day: Wreck-it Ralph review (Android, iPhone)

By 30 November 2012

If you're not excited about the upcoming movie Wreck-it Ralph, then you obviously didn't waste your youth playing video games in arcades, or hunched in front of a CRT TV trying to make a yellow Pac-man eat some pills and annoy some ghosts. The game, from... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Edge review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Edge review (Android)

By 19 October 2012

Sometimes App of The Day is an app we couldn't live without; sometimes it's a game we love; and sometimes - like today - it's a game we utterly despise because it's so fiendishly difficult, but simply can't live without because of it's style and sheer... >>

APP OF THE DAY: World of Goo review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: World of Goo review (Android)

By 2 October 2012

To be honest, World of Goo is a bit odd.The first time you load it up, it doesn't make huge amounts of sense. And if you don't know what you're doing, it can take a little while to fumble through. But there's also something vaguely unnerving about helping... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Refraction review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Refraction review (Android)

By 21 September 2012

The whole point of App of the Day is to find you a game that is brilliant, or an app that helps you in some crucial way. However, we do sometimes worry that our tips are causing a massive decline in the productivity of the UK and beyond. That's because,... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Strikefleet Omega review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Strikefleet Omega review (Android)

By 13 July 2012

Sad news: the Earth has been destroyed. This should make you cross. If it doesn't, then Strikefleet Omega isn't for you, because this is a game about avenging the destruction of your homeworld. The principal itself is quite simple, you have to kill aliens.... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Where's My Perry? review (Android/iPhone)

APP OF THE DAY: Where's My Perry? review (Android/iPhone)

By 9 July 2012

It's always nice to see new levels added to an existing game, but the smart bucks are on creating a new game, within an existing, successful, format. If Swampy the Alligator is your best friend, then we've got good news for you. Perry the Platypus might... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Ninja Fishing review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Ninja Fishing review (Android)

By 6 July 2012

Ninja this, Ninja that. It seems that if your game doesn't feature a Ninja of some kind, you might as well not bother releasing it. It's like TV shows without zombies or vampires: pointless So enter Fishing Ninja. That's right, a Ninja has been shoehorned... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Zombie Dash review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Zombie Dash review (Android)

By 15 March 2012

Today's App of the Day on Pocket-lint is definitely on the casual side of Android gaming. It's a medium-to-large size download at 5.1MB, the graphics are perfectly acceptable, the game does not take long to get the hang of and, while we don't expect it... >>


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