Rockstar Classics Max Payne 3 for PS3 – CERO Z Version (Japan Import)

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N Asphalt 8. In fact, given how nitro-happy the game is, reality’s likely been burned to a crisp and gleefully blasted into the wind, dispersed ashen fodder for sports cars that zoom past, mostly on the ground but often spinning, whirling and leaping through the air. This game is the antithesis to the staid grind of Real Racing 3. It’s joyful, colourful, smashy fun that doesn’t take itself seriously and is all the better for it. Branched courses weave through hyper-real cities, occasionally coming to life by way of a shuttle launch or deadly avalanche. All the while, you’re aiming to reach the chequered flag, ramming competition aside, and driving like an idiot. Given that this is a Gameloft title, it of course has an IAP-sized bubble dome welded to its dayglo Bugatti Veyron, and some events are cynically locked by requiring specific (frequently expensive) cars. But there’s plenty of absurdly fun racing larks to be had for nowt, and in a good racing game you’ll want to replay tracks time and again anyway. And one thing’s for sure: this is definitely a very good racing game. Craig GrannellDeveloper Colin Lane appears to be attempting to corner the market in ridiculous sports games. First, there was Golf is Hard, a side-on ball-thwacker that required you to hit a hole-in-one every time, because it’s clearly wrong and evil to walk on the grass. Then came Wrassling, a demented wrestling (of sorts) game that looked like it had fallen out of a Commodore 64. Now, Lane’s returned to hitting tiny balls with sticks in Battle Golf. Again, this one’s all about holes-in-one, but putting greens now emerge from a huge expanse of water. You must therefore tap twice (to set angle and then power) and hope for the best. Hazards include hole-blocking seagulls and occasionally having to carefully aim for the top of a giant octopus.

Although perfectly fine in its single-player time-attack incarnation, Battle Golf really comes into its own when the ‘battle’ bit is added via the same-device two-player mode. Players face off at opposite edges of the water, and frantically race to five points. As a bonus, you can cheekily temporarily knock out your rival by smacking them in the head with a ball, giving you a few precious seconds to win a point without them interfering.

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There’s only one IAP – £1.99/$1.99 gets rid of the ads, although these are unobtrusive and don’t interrupt your games. Only flinging your (ex) friend’s iPhone out of the window when they get a last-gasp fluky shot to win 5-4 can do that. Craig GrannellAt the start of The Battle of Polytopia (formerly known as Super Tribes), you find yourself in a little town, surrounded by the unknown, with a single warrior unit under your command. The game gives you 30 turns to explore, locate and ally with or attack other miniature empires, research technologies, and advance your civilisation.

Much of the game is based around careful strategising, making the best use of limited resource allowances. Would it be beneficial this turn to research hunting and utilise nearby (and tasty) wildlife?

How to install Rockstar Classics Max Payne 3 for PS3 – CERO Z Version (Japan Import)

Or would the smart move be getting the technology to forge huge swords, subsequently enabling you to gleefully conquer rival cities? In essence, then, this is Civilization in microcosm – a brilliantly conceived mobile take on 4X gaming (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, eXterminate) that betters actual Civ games that have appeared on iPhone.

In limiting your turns and giving you a score at the end, the game also feels puzzlish, since you must figure out how to better your lot with very limited resources and time. (For more bloodthirsty players, there’s also a ‘domination’ mode, where you play until only one tribe remains standing.)The Battle of Polytopia could arguably do with a touch more hand-holding – you’re often left to figure out the game’s nuances; but perhaps that’s apt, letting you discover it as your tiny citizens discover their little world. Craig GrannellThis ultra-moreish puzzle game takes the ‘match three’ mechanic and squashes it into minute-long blasts of dazzling colours and crazy point tallies.

How to install Rockstar Classics Max Payne 3 for PS3 – CERO Z Version (Japan Import)

It’s astonishingly addictive. You have to swap coloured jewels within a grid, using simple finger swipes, so that three or more line up; the matched jewels will disappear and more will replace them. The tense gameplay, drip-feed of rewards and social-media integration combine to make a game that will expand to fill any time period available.

David PriceWe’ve never been beneath a lighthouse. We’d always assumed it’d mostly be rocks. How wrong we were. It turns out that underneath a lighthouse – or at least this particular one – you find almost certain death, in the form of spinning rooms that have spikes all over the place. If you’re a rotund boy trying to find his lost Grandpa and get the lighthouse’s light shining again, that’s a problem.

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What you get here, then, is an action puzzler, where through a combination of deft finger-work and a bit of brainpower you make your way safely into the depths of the lighthouse. The clever bit is the controls.

You drag the on-screen wheel to shift the circular rooms, and gravity gets your little chap rolling (or, as is often the case, hurtling) about. The other clever bit is the level design, which starts off very slightly challenging, and becomes increasingly murderous as the game goes on. For free, you get access to everything, but there’s a lives system in play. Get killed three times during any level, and an extra set for that attempt only becomes available on watching an ad. That seems eminently fair, although those lives soon vanish – especially if you want to speedrun through the game like a maniac, in order to win yourself shiny rewards. Craig GrannellThis fast-paced auto-runner hasn’t got time to waste with storylines and subtlety.

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Instead, it dumps your grinning square into dozens of speedy horizontally scrolling miniature worlds, peppered with spikes, missiles, dangling spiders, and other horrors intent on your immediate destruction. With weaponry in short supply for regular quadrilaterals, our hero’s only chance of survival rests in its ability to leap and flip. To leap, you prod the right-hand side of the screen.

Tap the left and the square zips beneath the landscape. Suddenly, every hill becomes a valley, as you belt along upside-down. This is, of course, nothing new: flip auto-runners have been around for some time on iOS. However, Binary Dash makes this list because of some exceptional level design.

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As you progress, the game slowly turns up the heat, until the point you’re cursing your thumbs for failing you on a particularly nasty piece of gaming choreography for the umpteenth time. It’s brash, noisy, colourful fun. Craig GrannellFor free, Binary Dash gives you 48 levels: 24 normal and 24 hard. If you pay a one-off 99p IAP, you gain access to an additional 46 levels, and the ability to unlock ‘skins’ for your character by using keys earned during the game. Ah, the open road. In this case, the open road that stretches on forever, with nary a bend in sight. Still, it’s rather a busy road, with countless vehicles you must deftly avoid, because a single collision spells the end of your go. To drive the message home, even the slightest prang finds your truck hurled into the air, returning to the ground as a heap of twisted and blackened pixels. Dramatic!

There’s not much originality here and the chunky visual style is overly familiar, but Blocky Highway is nonetheless compelling. You get a choice of touch or tilt controls, with the latter being a bit slippy and unwieldy, yet this oddly makes for a more exciting game. It’s quite something for your chunky vehicle to zig-zag along a busy freeway, avoiding collisions by a hair’s breadth.

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Over time, the game adds to the challenge through various means. Roadwork occasionally and abruptly blocks your way, and train tracks cross your path; in the latter case, the game offers a novel means to avoid speeding locomotives: huge pads that bounce you into the air. Other helpers infrequently appear, too – there’s a helicopter that for a short while lifts you above the busy road, and a truck you can drive on top of that gleefully bulldozes traffic out of your way. And when your game finally comes to its smashy end, you get a chance to grab a few extra points by landing your bouncing wreck on other cars presumably driven by significantly more careful road users. Craig GrannellIt’s not the best of days. The world is occupied by hostile invaders, intent on hunting you down. Worse, you just zoomed away in a spaceship clearly designed by an idiot. It never runs out of fuel, but has the steering capabilities of a cow on an ice rink. And although it boasts a boost function – handy for keeping ahead of, say, ferocious aliens with massive laser cannons – it’s charged by perilously having your badly steering craft ‘graze’ flat surfaces. What this makes for, though, is an exhilarating videogame.

You blast through gorgeous 3D environments, avoiding obstacles in the desolate landscape, carefully timing boosts whenever your alien pursuer ventures a bit too near. Phantoms of your best and previous runs are displayed, so you can potentially execute a brilliant manoeuvre a second time round while simultaneously avoiding that less-brilliant move where you slammed into a massive wall. We’d prefer Breakneck if the craft was more manoeuvrable – there’s no deft weaving and zig-zagging here. Instead, you drift in a manner akin to the developer’s ow

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