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Grand Theft Auto III: 10 Year Anniversary Edition on iOS and Android – Classic Crimewave Goes Portable

By Bulent Yusuf on at

It wasn't so long ago that GTA III was the bête noire of the games industry. Hysterical tabloid headlines accused it of encouraging everything from gang violence to sexual promiscuity. To see it available in the squeaky-clean environs of the App Store is something of a surprise (but not so much with Android Market). We're reminded of that old saying; "Money Talks, Bullshit Walks".

SpyCorp for iPhone and iPad: Espionage and Gadgets with a Cartoon Flavour

By Bulent Yusuf on at

In the popular imagination, spies and gadgets go together like strawberries and cream. The reality of spying is probably much more mundane, involving stacks of paperwork and the occasional bit of lying to a state official. But when it comes to books, films and games, we've been trained to expect state-of-the-art tech that's also wildly impractical. A Large Hadron Collider concealed in a hair-dryer, for example.

Bejeweled and Bejeweled Blitz for iPhone: PopCap's Prize Gems Are Recut and Redefined

By Bulent Yusuf on at

Ain't no doubt about it, PopCap are one of the most successful businesses on the App Store. With brilliant titles like Bejeweled, Peggle and Plants Vs Zombies to their credit, they're pretty much the market leaders in casual gaming. Therefore, when they decide to do something radical and potentially controversial with one of their key properties, you can bet that we'll be paying attention.

Chrono Trigger for iPhone: Time Travel and High Adventure with this Role Playing Classic

By Bulent Yusuf on at

There are some games which you only hear spoken about in a hushed whisper, such is the awe and respect they command. Chrono Trigger is one such game, routinely cited as one of the very best role-playing games ever made. Designed by the developer dream-team of Hironobu Sakaguchi (creator of Final Fantasy), Yuji Horii (creator of Dragon Quest) and Akira Toriyama (creator of Dragonball Z), it presented players with a radical new take on the genre, including multiple endings, character side-quests, and a unique battle system.