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Michael Dischleit

Mike Dischleit, aka Retneug, is a consummate gamer and avid congoer from Ontario, Canada. When he isn't playing or reviewing iphone games, he enters a state of suspended animation until reinvigorated by the release of a hot new iOS title. Should the industry falter he may never reawaken.

Chasm Jump: Creating Deep Fissures in my Enjoyment – Review

When I first saw Chasm Jump, it looked to me like a superhard platformer in the style of Super Meat Boy. It advertised itself as a “one tap” jumping game, yet appeared to feature many dangerous-looking hazards which made me curious how it played. That curiosity led me through one …

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Big Hunter: Because if it’s Not Big, Why Hunt it? – Review

big hunter

Growing up I played a ton of flash games chiefly about angling the trajectory of one thing and sending it sailing toward other things. Whether it was a man being launched from a cannon on to a safe landing zone, monkeys throwing explosive bananas at eachother, or the classic tanks-shooting-other-tanks …

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Heavy Rockets: Heavy on Value and Fun – Review

Heavy Rockets

There are few iOS games that truly stand out when it comes to evoking the halcyon days of vector-based arcade games while still being relevant to the modern gamer. Such projects often make up for their minimalist graphical style with smooth gameplay and an abundance of content; both challenging feats …

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Tap to Win: The Ultimate Arcade Minigames Collection – Review

tap to win

Tap to Win: The Ultimate Arcade Minigames Collection is one of those rare free-to-play games that provides all of its content up-front and ad-free, offering the option to watch one only to prolong a particularly impressive run. And with no unlockables or extra purchases to speak of, such runs are …

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