Summary: Likely one of if not the best ios game I've played. It has a really long campaign, a perfect balance of difficulty (Unless you like easy games, then this may not be for you) and when ever you have nothing to do, you can just play this game.
Summary: An amazing, amazing experience. Excellent soundtrack, fun and challenging levels, a quirky cast of characters, but the real element was the gameplay. Simple touch-and-drag controls make this a real delight. Overall, a real experience.
Summary: One of the most realised 8 bit retro 'feel' games I have played recently. Theres a lot of them, but it feels authentic, not just taking the style of old. modern indie gaming mechanics meets manic miner and chuckie egg.
Summary: The controls on the mobile version aren't very crisp or spot-on. That part I could live with though... What really got to me was that I couldn't build any levels from inside the app. That was my main reason for buying the game...
Summary: There's only one real word for this game: CHALLENGING. I had a lot of fun with this game, but I, like probably everyone else who's played this, raged a LOT while trying to get through it. Yeah, it's one of THOSE games.
Summary: Great game with a nice atmosphere to it and an awesome soundtrack. The controls might seem a bit strange at first but eventually you get used to it. The game does contain additional bonus challenge modes but the story mode could have been a bit longer.
Summary: A great thing about VVVVVV is that it's all about the true platforming gameplay, and though it might be not-so-good visually, the levels are really well designed. In this game you have to think at least a bit, but some quick reflexes are mandatory.
Summary: If you've grown up with the one-screen platformers of the 80's this challenge should be right up your alley. Hard as nails without being too hard or unfair, with extra challenges awaiting when you've finished up the main runthrough.