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Crazy Hedgy for iPhone and iPad: A Hedgehog that Runs and Jumps, and Has a Mean Left Hook

Games company Sega will take one look at Crazy Hedgy and probably have cause for concern. Not because the title character is a hedgehog – aside from species, he bears no resemblance to Sonic the Hedgehog. But because the core concept of tilt and roll appears to have been lifted verbatim from another of their major franchises, Super Monkey Ball. Is replacing monkeys with hedgehogs enough to keep the lawyers at bay?

Super Crate Box for iPhone and iPad: Fight Endless Hordes by Collecting Weapon Crates

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SCB is an infuriatingly addictive game built around two core tenets. Firstly, it makes absolutely no concessions to the delicate sensibilities of modern gaming. One life, no continues, rack up as many points as you can. Secondly, it celebrates the glorious 8-bit era with chunky pixels, bright colours, and a phat chiptune soundtrack. Needless to say, we lost the better part of the weekend playing this sucker.

Dungeon Hunter 3 for iPhone and iPad: A Change of Course into Freemium Waters

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For the third instalment of their flagship action roleplaying game, Gameloft have made radical changes to the formula. And judging by the comments left by disgruntled fans on the App Store, not all of them are very popular. Whereas the first two games were traditional RPG dungeon crawlers, this new game is something much more basic; an arena brawler built around the freemium model.

LostWinds for iPhone and iPad: We Couldn't Resist the Urge to Make Jokes About Flatulence

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Honestly. With a name like that, you're just asking for trouble. Once we clapped sight of the words "Lost" and "Winds", we went scurrying to our well-thumbed copy of Roger Mellie's Profanisaurus (5th edition) to see if it did indeed have a double meaning. Alas, no dice. Instead, we'll have to take LostWinds at surface value; a charming platform adventure built around a dashedly smart concept.

Mega Man X for iPhone: The Blue Bomber Returns for this Classic SNES Adventure

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Purists might insist on calling him "Rockman", in keeping with the original Japanese name, but there's no quibbling over the sterling gameplay that's garnered Mega Man a dedicated following. Mega Man X is a benchmark in the series, the blue bomber's first outing on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System way back in 1993, and nearly two decades later it arrives on the App Store. How does it hold up?