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My Kingdom For The Princess 2. My Kingdom is a time management game for the iPad produced by Nevosoft. The game sets you as Prince Arthur who is stranded with his princess on a remote desert island after their hot air balloon crashes. The locals offer to lend you their last boat and in return [...]

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Fitting right into the addictive ‘match-3’ puzzler mould, Pantheon is easy to play, fun and unputdownable. I may have created a neologism there but it does accurately express my feelings for this game. The concept of the game will be nothing new; match coloured diamonds into patterns by tapping them to get rid of them. [...]

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I took some time out from reviewing Pantheon and had a chance to chat to Pompey Pirates manager Barry Hendridge about the new signings at the club. For those not aware Soccer Mayhem is an exclusive Machinima series created for this website, so if you love Pro Evo or football games in general and like [...]

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Beyond Ynth is the sequel to the iPhone puzzle game ‘Ynth’, in which you had to take the Ladybird Kribl from one side of the screen to the other by navigating through maze like objects and avoiding falling haphazards. Beyond Ynth is very much the same, albeit it with a much sleeker presentation. Kribl can [...]

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‘My Dog Choked On A Quaver’

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App Of The Week: Osfoora is a twitter client very similar in style to Tweetie / Twitter for iPhone. For this weekend only the iPhone app is free and the iPad’s ‘Osfoora HD‘ has dropped to £0.99. The App is very nicely presented and has several nice features including the ability to post a song from your [...]

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Pirates are all the rage lately, films like Pirates of The Caribbean have glamorised the lifestyle choice. Personally the idea of sailing the seven seas, pilfering and plundering sounds good – but the lack of hygiene and high chance of scurvy is a big draw back. For those like me, Pirates Treasure offers the Pirating [...]

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Apple have renamed their mobile operating system ‘OS4′ as ‘iOS4′. The update, which is free, was demoed by Steve Jobs at this years WWDC alongside the new iPhone 4. It is scheduled to be released on June 21st, three days prior to the latest iteration of the iPhone - which is shipping on June 24th.

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Steve Jobs has officially announced the ‘iPhone 4’ - and what a stunning bit of kit it is. The iPhone 4 is 24% slimmer than the 3gs and at 9.3mm the slimmest smart phone in the world. iPhone 4g Feature Points: 24% Thinner than the 3gs Bluetooth GPS Stainless Steel shell Integrated Antennas Dual mics [...]

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At first impression, Assault Squadron – a high intensity, visually stunning Amiga style Shoot ‘em up – seems to tick all the boxes. Once you get past the lush exterior however, the lack of substance leaves you wanting. The campaign is fairly standard, aliens have attacked the Earth and you are called upon as a [...]

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Black Hole is an iPhone ‘Path Management’ game from Clickgamer, the guys who brought us Angry Birds. Let me set the scene; The world is under attack from thousands of asteroids- all hope seems lost, but who can save the earth from this plight? The answer….. You. You are tasked to use a mad scientist’s [...]

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After the controversy that was Gizmodo iPhone 4G debacle, several websites have posted updated prototypes of the iPhone 4G. Sites such as Taoviet (via Engadget) posted the video below of a prototype that was nigh identical to the Gizmodo model with the only aesthetic changes being the removal of lower screws, which could hint that it [...]

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After around a day of down time on the iTunes appstore, Tweetie 2.0 has been updated and the official Twitter app for iPhone has been released. The update is near enough visually identical to Tweetie 2.0, which isnt a bad thing, with only small aesthetic differences such as the search function and the retweet ability. [...]

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It seems that the update that takes Tweetie 2.0 - one of the most successful twitter clients- and rebrands it as “Twitter for iPhone” is imminent, with some users already being able to access the update. The guys over at techcruch posted the original story that shows that Tweetie 2.0 has been taken off the [...]

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Now there is a small part of me that clings to the dream that a man can get places in the world by having a steady gun hand and the ability to lasso a maverick from 20 yards whilst paralytic due to sinking a bottle of whisky in the saloon. Maybe I’ve watched too many [...]

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The following press release details the features of the 2.6 update for X³: Terran Conflict which includes Steam Achievements and some free goodies. EGOSOFT RELEASE Version 2.6 of the hit space game opera X3: Terran Conflict with new steam exclusive achievement system X3: Terran Conflict Bonus Pack and “Dead is Dead” Game Mode Also Announced Today WÜRSELEN, GERMANY [...]

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Fast & Furious Adrenaline is a newly released iPhone racer based upon the popular film franchise. The aim of the game is to take your rookie underground street racer onto the streets of LA to gain fame and turf for your selected “crew”. There are four “crews” to select from and each one has its [...]

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Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich Of Time (PC)

Re-read it if you want but the title wont change. It really says Toasted Sandwich Of Time.. Doc Clock: TTSOT is Stickmen Studios latest release available now on Steam and on the Wii via Wiiware. You play the aforementioned Doc Clock, a inventor who’s experiments don’t really have a tendency to turn out well and who bares an uncanny resemblance to Joss [...]

Dead Island Could Push Boundaries

WDG Editor James Joell-Ireland talks about how Dead Island could be one of the most important games of recent years. The extremely edgy and controversial game could push narrative to new levels by introducing normal believable every day characters whilst children themselves can fall victim to the zombies. To find out more click the link [...]

Astroslugs Review (PC)

Indie games seem to be the current vogue. With the rise of online content such as Xbox Live Arcade and Facebook applications it’s not hard to understand why new developers are dipping their toes in the water. Some indie titles have even been put up against their multi-million dollar contemporaries in recent award shows. And [...]

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