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Nozoku Rush, a game from indie development studio Chaotic Box and successor to the original Nozoku, is primed to hit the App Store this Thursday. The premise of the game, while simple, seems to be exciting and fast-paced if the below video is to be believed. Essentially, the player must tap and drag over numbers on the board, racing against to clock, to make combinations that subtract down to zero.

“Swipe tiles that subtract down to zero to clear them off the board. Set up big combos to maximize your score and dominate the leaderboards,” says the game’s official website. The game features three modes including “Rush Mode,” where the tiles fall faster as the game progresses, “Race Mode,” which pits the player against the clock, and “Extreme Mode,” which you should turn on to “crank up the intensity!”

Nozoku Rush will be available for purchase on the App Store at a price of $2.99 on March 6.

source: Chaotic Box
Match Panic Review

Match Panic Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Match Panic is a puzzle game that involves rapidly matching pieces on the correct side of the screen.

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The Portable Podcast, Episode 61

I don’t know who I am any more.

On This Episode:

  • Carter reveals a shameful secret to this week’s co-host Brett Nolan: Carter has made the switch to Android. He discusses with Brett the big differences between iOS and Android, and just what he likes about his Galaxy S that the iPhone didn’t have.
  • Carter however hasn’t given up on iOS gaming at all, as him and Brett talk about recent iOS releases Astronut and Silverfish.
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  • Host: Carter Dotson
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    Released: 2010-11-16 :: Category: Games

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    Released: 2010-11-09 :: Category: Games

    Silverfish Review

    Silverfish Review

    iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
    Silverfish is a new take on arena survival gameplay that blends familiar elements into something that feels new and addictive.

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    Pinch ‘n Pop

    Pinch ‘n Pop

    Pinch 'n Pop is a quick, fun, and beautiful arcade color matching game

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