A stellar example of how iPhone games should be made - Rolando screams polish, variety and above all, fun. Do not miss out.
We like the idea, but not the implementation. Short, extremely easy gameplay and mediocre presentation doesn't impress us.
Engaging gameplay, embellished with crisp graphics and a mean soundtrack - but enjoyment is cut short by the small amount of levels.
Deliciously presented, with engaging gameplay; Mouse About's shortcoming is it's lack of options.
Delicate controls; but great attention to detail and strong production values make Armado a great experience whilst it lasts.
Tilting your iPhone is the ideal way to pilot this helicopter - unfortunately the overall experience is marred by a lack of variety.
A neat looking casual puzzler hurt slightly by a lack of variation and awkward controls in places - CubicMan Deluxe is still worth a look.
Superb presentation only enhances a unique to iPhone experience. It's biggest let down however, is the in game dictionary which is awkward at best.
A superfluous story married with random tapping equals one shallow game indeed - devoid of challenge, you could have more fun watching paint dry.
Dizzy Bee is, quite simply, a wonderful game. Deceptively hard, challenging and fun, it will deserve a special place on your iPhone.
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