iPad I want to pick up a couple more games

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  1. Zenric

    Zenric Well-Known Member

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    . . . with the remaining holiday money I have, these are my options:

    Virtual Villagers
    Low Grav Racer
    Blue Defense
    Brain Challenge
    Dr. Awesome
    Crash Bandicoot
    7 Cities

    I'm thinkin' of gettin' two more or roughly $10-$12 in games, what do you guys think?
    Oh, and happy holidays!
     
  2. tunawrap

    tunawrap Well-Known Member

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    Don't get Crash lol. I'd say get Low Grav Racers, Virtual Villagers, Dr. Awesome, 7 Cities, and Brain Challenge. And also Space Ninja :D
     
  3. Donburns99

    Donburns99 Well-Known Member

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    Can't go wrong with 7 Cities and Dr. Awesome. Virtual Villagers would be my third pick from that list.

    I've been thinking about Brain Challenge myself, but I already have Brain Toot, Brain Tuner, Brain Surge and Speed Brain.
     
  4. Zenric

    Zenric Well-Known Member

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    Virtual Villagers looks like a lot of fun and I've been on the fence, but I think I'm gonna take the plunge to get it.

    I'm also leaning towards Blue Defense and is Dr. Awesome worth the 1.99? I almost bought it when it was .99 but it looks like it gets repetitive
     
  5. D.Sync

    D.Sync Well-Known Member

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    Erm I would suggest an alternatives here.
    - Virtual Villagers (watch any YouTube review and you'll pass this out)
    - Low Grav Racer (only if you like futuristic race, something like WipeOut for PSP. You'll feel a bit disappointing if you had played WipeOut. The track for WipeOut is far more complex and exciting to play with)
    - Brain Challenge (I think it's ported from PSP. Get BrainToot instead for cheaper price)
    - Dr. Awesome (great choice)
    - Crash Bandicoot (Buy this if you're Crash fans and don't mind some lagging during some scene.)
    - 7 Cities (A great TD game)
     
  6. Rocketman919

    Rocketman919 Well-Known Member

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    get virtual villagers. ^^ don't listen to that guy he hasn't even played it.
     
  7. TheOZ

    TheOZ Well-Known Member

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    I'd suggest Blue defense(nice little shooter for only 99cents)Dr.Awesome, and 7Cities is also a great TD a must have if you're a fan of the genre.
     
  8. iKoda

    iKoda Well-Known Member

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    Definitely NO to Crash Kart. Virtual Villagers... Isn't Sim City better?
     
  9. BulletDev

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    Make sure you have Fieldrunners and Crazy Tanks. They are my favorites.
     
  10. snow_mani

    snow_mani Well-Known Member

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    I recommend Arvale: Journey of Illusion

    I finished playing the Arvale: Journey of Illusion rpg/adventure game the other day. The game pace was steady and I finished it in 14 hours all up. It's good light hearted fun. Lots of humour and plenty to keep you interested. It's only what I would call a light rpg. No heavy dungeon grinding or manipulation of stats and abilities. But still enough to hold my interest and it should appeal even if you are not a huge fan of the rpg genre. Click here.
     
  11. Zenric

    Zenric Well-Known Member

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    #11 Zenric, Jan 1, 2009
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    Sim City looks a bit TOO involved for a handheld game, I think I'd rather play it on my computer.
     
  12. Zenric

    Zenric Well-Known Member

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    I got Crazy Tanks, I can't wait till there's some sort of wifi multiplayer, then it'll go from being good to great!
     
  13. Slayer_megadeth

    Slayer_megadeth Well-Known Member

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    Go in for Virtual Villagers. It has hours of gameplay although no replay value (Unless you are 14 years and enjoy villagers mating in a shack). But it is still fun. Haven't played any other game on your list.
     
  14. HardcoreEricXXX

    HardcoreEricXXX Well-Known Member

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    While I really enjoyed Virtual Villagers, I found the gameplay short lived, shallow and a terrible ending. I think there are only 5 mini-games, and you only unlock maybe 15 new items. But while the gameplay lasted, I could not put the game down and ultimately resulted in a late research paper. Would I recommend it? No, and it is no longer on my iPod.
    Games I'm on the fence about include Bounce On, Chronicles of Inotia, and Orions. Also, 'Edge' looks like a pretty dank puzzler that I'll pick up.
     

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