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Price: $0.99 Score: 10/10 Category: Games Rocket Riot is undoubtedly the best side scroller to come out of the iPhone game scene as of yet. With easy, innovative controls, charming visuals, enjoyable music, plenty of varied levels, and adorable Minecraft style block enviornments, it’s literally proving difficult to fault this game. It’s actually proving quite difficult not to pick it up and start playing again right now. The premise of Rocket Riot is that…

Price: $0.99 Score: 8/10 Category: Games Ninja Throw is somewhat unique in its concept; a puzzle game in which you have to throw a shuriken at a gong, and then you win. Of course, there’s all sorts of junk in the way of your shuriken and all sorts of ways to change its path, but its smooth visuals and emphasis on the timing of your release combined with the use of available items as opposed…

Price: $0.99 Score: 7/10 Category: Games Havoc is a fairly unique concept, for a simple iPhone game, and if it wasn’t for a few design flaws in the actual mechanics, it would probably be hitting 9 or even 10 out of 10. The initial premise is pretty basic of all lightweight adventure games; get from one side of the map to the other. To do this, you need to break obstacles in your path, or…

Price: $1.99 Score: 6.5/10 Category: Apps MK61+ is a calculator app for iPhone. However, it’s not just a carbon copy of the iPhone integrated calculator app, and does feature some neat bells and whistles, the most important obviously being that it’s a programmable calculator in exactly the same way as the physical range of MK calculators, and a few extra trigonometry functions and pure maths add-ons that are a little too obscure or academic to…

Price: $0.99 Score: 5/10 Category: Games Remember those ‘Idiot Tests’ that were all the rage on the internet in the second half of last year? Well now, you can pay a dollar to play a more frustrating, longer, less inventive version of those same ‘Idiot Tests’ on your iPhone! Stupidness 3 PRO (not too sure what’s ‘PRO’ about it) consists of 101 ’rounds’, each of which has a supposedly simple question to answer or task…

Price: $2.99 Score: 8/10 Category: Games Stunning visuals and a unique charm reminiscent of the Wii’s ‘de Blob’ give Jelly Defense from Infinte Dreams a little more sparkle than the average tower defense game. The central core gameplay strays little from the tried and tested tower defense formula, with the well-matched difficulty level keeping the game challenging yet very playable. Throw in a few sly, but sparse, touch screen mini-features (i.e. picking up coins…

Price: Free Score: 10/10 Category: Games Minesweeper Q is exactly what you’d expect; it’s Minesweeper. But it is of course an undisputed truth, in the world of gaming, that Minesweeper is absolutely brilliant. And with Spica’s addition of a streamlined, simple settings interface, a few cheeky themed backgrounds and their seamless development of the app for a touchscreen system, they’ve come pretty close to reinventing the wheel, and possibly making Minesweeper better than it already…

Price: $0.99 Score: 9/10 Category: Games Take FIFA, Madden, NBA, NHL, Brunswick, Grand Slam, PGA Tour and the bow-and-arrow bits from Zelda, cut them down to the very basic elements that make them fun, include up to 8-player competitive play, loads of unlockables and apply dip-in, dip-out touch screen gameplay. That’s about as close to Flick Champions as an overly wordy recipe of intangible goods can get. It’s brilliant fun, it has crisp, clear visuals,…

Price: $0.99 Score: 4/10 Category: Games Hunger Calls is a simple new conveyor-belt puzzle game from Clickgamer.com. You tell the food where to go so the customer eats the right food, and they in turn pay you more money, in the magical microeconomics of Hunger Calls-land. When you do feed the people enough of the right food you progress a level. Then you do it again, but maybe with another person or another direction to…

Price: $0.99 Score: 7/10 Category: Games From the second you boot Cowboy Guns, the powerfully cheesy, yet engaging Wild West tunes put you in the perfect mood to appreciate what Chillingo have set out to do, and the music stays up to par throughout the entire game, making you feel more edgy and badass than Clint Eastwood one-manning a saloon full of hooligans. As is to be expected, the in-game graphics are fairly blocky, and…