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August 4th, 2012

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Review: WizOrb

Tribute’s first PSN outing is WizOrb, a brickbreaking Minis title with character enough to make it standout. If you’re unfamiliar with what brickbreaking as a genre is, check out these videos. In short, you control a paddle at the bottom …

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May 1st, 2012

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Review: Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims

Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims is not your ordinary 2D horizontal shoot’em up. Other than having a ridiculously long name—I will give it to them though it isn’t quite the tongue twister that is The 2D Adventures of Rotating …

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April 19th, 2012

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Review: Defenders of the Mystic Garden

A great tower defense game can really draw someone in and get them playing over and over again, trying to come up with great strategies to perfect all the levels. Unfortunately Defenders of the Mystic Garden is not one of …

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January 26th, 2012

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Review: Tiny Hawk

There’s something to be said for short games. A small experience can be an entertaining one, if done correctly. Tiny Hawk is a short game, but it still manages to overstay its welcome. A pleasant experience, but one I have …

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October 18th, 2011

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Review: Gamocracy One: Legend of Robot

It’s been a while since its release, but that doesn’t mean that Gamocracy One: Legend of Robot doesn’t still exist. I’m not sure how it slipped through our grips, but I recently spotted it on our review queue and fired …

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June 30th, 2011

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Review: Star Hammer Tactics

My first thought upon starting up a game in Star Hammer Tactics was “wow, this sure looks deep”. I was looking at an option with which I could rebalance any and all of my ships so that their attack strength …

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May 4th, 2011

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Review: Twin Blades

Zombies, so many zombies… Is there room for another zombie-riffic title in this already crowded landscape of mowing down the undead? Twin Blades, ported over from iOS, puts you in control of Sister Angelika.  She carries a scythe, a gun, …

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November 4th, 2010

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Review: Boom Beats

While Gamelion’s first mini, Block Cascade Fusion, wasn’t classified as a mini due to problems with the PS3 emulation of the title, they’ve since come back with Boom Beats their latest title, which takes the form of a rhythm game …

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February 6th, 2010

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Review: VectorTD

Many of you may know Candystand from the web. They have one of the most popular flash game sites out there. But this is there first entry into the minis space and VectorTD tries to set its self out from …

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February 1st, 2010

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Review: D-Cube Planet

Puzzles of the block pushing type: oh wunderbar. I was never really a fan of these types of games, but D-Cube Planet grew on me a little. The premise is fairly simple, push the blocks to make a path so …

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August 4th, 2012

Posted in - Reviews

Review: WizOrb

Tribute’s first PSN outing is WizOrb, a brickbreaking Minis title with character enough to make it standout. If you’re unfamiliar with what brickbreaking as a genre is, check out these videos. In short, you control a paddle at the bottom …

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Read More

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May 1st, 2012

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Review: Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims

Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims is not your ordinary 2D horizontal shoot’em up. Other than having a ridiculously long name—I will give it to them though it isn’t quite the tongue twister that is The 2D Adventures of Rotating …

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Read More

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April 19th, 2012

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Review: Defenders of the Mystic Garden

A great tower defense game can really draw someone in and get them playing over and over again, trying to come up with great strategies to perfect all the levels. Unfortunately Defenders of the Mystic Garden is not one of …

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January 26th, 2012

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Review: Tiny Hawk

There’s something to be said for short games. A small experience can be an entertaining one, if done correctly. Tiny Hawk is a short game, but it still manages to overstay its welcome. A pleasant experience, but one I have …

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October 18th, 2011

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Review: Gamocracy One: Legend of Robot

It’s been a while since its release, but that doesn’t mean that Gamocracy One: Legend of Robot doesn’t still exist. I’m not sure how it slipped through our grips, but I recently spotted it on our review queue and fired …

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Read More

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June 30th, 2011

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Review: Star Hammer Tactics

My first thought upon starting up a game in Star Hammer Tactics was “wow, this sure looks deep”. I was looking at an option with which I could rebalance any and all of my ships so that their attack strength …

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Read More

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May 4th, 2011

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Review: Twin Blades

Zombies, so many zombies… Is there room for another zombie-riffic title in this already crowded landscape of mowing down the undead? Twin Blades, ported over from iOS, puts you in control of Sister Angelika.  She carries a scythe, a gun, …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

November 4th, 2010

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Review: Boom Beats

While Gamelion’s first mini, Block Cascade Fusion, wasn’t classified as a mini due to problems with the PS3 emulation of the title, they’ve since come back with Boom Beats their latest title, which takes the form of a rhythm game …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

February 6th, 2010

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Review: VectorTD

Many of you may know Candystand from the web. They have one of the most popular flash game sites out there. But this is there first entry into the minis space and VectorTD tries to set its self out from …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

February 1st, 2010

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Review: D-Cube Planet

Puzzles of the block pushing type: oh wunderbar. I was never really a fan of these types of games, but D-Cube Planet grew on me a little. The premise is fairly simple, push the blocks to make a path so …

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Read More