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Harbor Havoc 3D Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Appmodo
30 January 2010
  • Excerpt: raises the challenge with multiple levels of boats, helicopters, rovers, and submarines for you to bring safely home with a swipe of your finger. A little like playing Harbor Master and Flight Control at the same time, Harbor Havoc starts out with three maps to choose from, and a fourth that unlocks once you score 25 points on each of the first three. The game is pretty easy to start, with the Far East map which contains only boats.
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iPhone App Reviews: Harbor Havoc 3D Ups The Frantic Meter

AppSmile.com
24 November 2009
  • Excerpt: Harbor Havoc 3D, a mashup of some of the most popular varieties of route-management games, has been released by Backflip Studios and is now available from the app store. With locations reminiscent of Harbor Master, smooth game mechanics, and a great soundtrack to boot, Harbor Havoc 3D quickly ups the frantic meter while offering a fresh take on this increasingly crowded genre. There are m... more .
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Harbor Havoc 3D Review

Slide to Play
23 November 2009
  • Conclusion: Harbor Havoc 3D is yet another excellent path drawing title that will put expert players to the test.
  • Pros: Beautiful 3D graphics; unique levels with special scenarios; three types of vehicles adds a realistic dimension to the genre; Plus+
  • Cons: Color issues; helicopters with boat horns
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Harbor Havoc 3D Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Appmodo
12 November 2009
  • Excerpt: A new twist on the always fun line drawing genre, Harbor Havoc 3D raises the challenge with multiple levels of boats, helicopters, rovers, and submarines for you to bring safely home with a swipe of your finger.
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A merry maritime

Pocket Gamer
19 November 2009
  • Conclusion: Harbor Havoc 3D adds a cunning multi-layered twist to the line-drawing genre, which though punishing, extracts yet more untapped fun from the concept
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