The Crimsons & Worldly Wings: iPhone Game Reviews

Mon, Sep 6, 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.

The Crimsons

A spooky, monstrous adventure awaits you in The Crimsons, complete with a blood-curling story and horrible monsters. You are invited to see an old friend’s art collection, except that your friend fails to show to his own party, and instead you are met with flesh-eating creatures ready to rip you to pieces. The game plays much like a survival horror game like Resident Evil from the consoles.

In their review of the game, PocketGamer said it has a lot of problems, in that “it’s impossible to move either whilst being attacked or attacking, battles become frustrating. More importantly, they become unfair” and that it is “is a simple case of plot over play. While it’s not hard to get wrapped up in the story, the game wrapped around it is so poorly constructed that it can’t be recommended.”

Rating: 5 out of 10.

Price: 99¢.

Worldly Wings

In a game where there isn’t much to do besides shoot at enemies as you soar around the sky, Worldly Wings manages to stay fun and cute the whole way through. There are a variety of planes to choose from, and many levels to play.

In their review, AppModo said it “is really fun and worth the price.” Sounds like a recommendation to me.

Price: $1.99.

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