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Alive 4-Ever Review single & multiplayer

JamieO and ipodgamer Co-Operation Carnage!

This is the first of hopefully many TiG FPRs (First Person Reviews). We have decided to alter the format of our review section for co-op games and now we review multiplayer as a two way conversation between two members of the TiG team.

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Ghosts n Goblins Gold Knights Review

Axe Ace Arthur Attacks The Groovie Ghoulies

Any gamer worth their salt knows the drill, you guide a courageous knight into the hazard packed Ghoul Realm, a setting so perilous that running, firing javelins and double jumping is essential to defeat the despicable demons and liberate the innocent maiden's souls. Gold Knights employs retro platforming mechanics, so care and caution must be taken to land safely on each unstable precipice, whilst still dodging the fire breathing fiends.

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Shrek Kart iPhone Review

Shrek Kart from Gameloft takes you Far Far Away

Gameloft and DreamWorks have infused within the Fairy Godmother's cauldron sprinklings of fairy dust, hair of donkey, tail of Puss In Boots and lashings of ogre bogeys resulting in an explosion of kart racing magic. Tournament racing and vividly colourful course design combine to create a spellbinding kart racer, that will ensnare the senses and fingers of all iPhone racing game fans.

Arena and single race multiplayer for up to 6 participants (Wi-Fi) are the icing on a particularly tasty gingerbread flavoured iPhone gem.

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Sandstorm Modern Combat Review

Best FPS on iPhone ???

From the very moment that TiG started out, we have been itching to get our paws on a decent First Person Shooter. We tried out ID software's classic Wolfienstien 3D and although that was an enjoyable game the lack of 'real' control and the retro feel failed to provide adequate sustenance for our ravenous FPS appetite.

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Ravensword: The Fallen King Review

Action RPG by Chillingo is a Brilliant...Work in Progress

2009 has been a year chocked-full of headlines for games on the App Store. Ravensword: The Fallen King is perhaps the biggest headliner of them all with its immersive experience in a beautifully rendered open 3D world. Although the first iteration is not without some controversy, it's difficult not to like this game.

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