Rabbit Run Pro & Mirror’s Edge: iPhone Game Reviews

Thu, Sep 2, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

With so many games being released on the iTunes app store, it’s sometimes hard to keep up with which ones you should or shouldn’t be playing on your iPhone. Thankfully, we have the review round-up to show you the best games available on the app store, complete with summaries and reviews from all around the web.

Rabbit Run Pro

In this cutesty-styled game, the objective is to simply fly across the yard shooting deadly carrots at your enemies in your way. Your targets include farmers, bald eagles, dogs and others. The whole idea is that you must stop anyone in your path or it is game over.

In their review, SlideToPlay said that Rabbit Run Pro is “a snooze and uninspired on every level” and that “there’s nothing here worth the download unless you want to try and win Red Dot’s next game. If there’s any takeaway from Rabbit Run, it’s that this kind of effort will not fly in 2010. Rabbit Run is two years too late.”

Rating: 1 out of 4.

Price: 99¢.

Mirror’s Edge

Mirror’s Edge has already proved itself worthy on the consoles and iPad, but Faith’s iPhone venture seems to be just as worthy. Sporting a side-scrolling style, the iPhone version is not just a straight port of the traditional title. Of course, absolute precision is still necessary to make it anywhere.

In their review of the game, AppSpy said that it’s “without a doubt a must try title, but the small glitches and short gameplay might give pause for thought for some” but absolutely recommended for those with an iPhone 4.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Price: $4.99

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