Extra Lives From a recent book review at The New York Times: If photographs are â€œexperience captured,â€ in Susan Sontagâ€™s phrase, then video games are experience created. The medium can be so engaging, so addictive â€” Bissell compares playing games to his time using cocaine â€” that many game makers get away with fiction that […]
“Crooked House” Review @ iPhone Life
Nate Adcock over at iPhone Life Magazine was kind enough to post a review of “American McGee’s Crooked House“. Though admittedly not a typical fan of puzzle game apps, Nate finds some compelling elements to our wicked little app anyway.
148apps Reviews Crooked House
Spicy Pony‘s latest iPhone game “Crooked House” has, since launch, received praise and attention beyond expectation – but the just-posted review over at 148apps.com cements for me the success of the concept with gamers and critics alike.
“Crooked House” Review @ Techland
Peter Ha over at Techland has posted a mini-review of “American McGee’s Crooked House” inside a feature on “Top 10 Hottest iPhone Games Right Meow“.
Sleep is Death
The first time I heard of “Sleep is Death” was :30 minutes before the pre-order window for it closed. If you’ve played Jason Rohrer‘s other games you might understand why I wondered if this was perhaps a psychological trick played on everyone who visited the site – to entice them into ordering before the window closed… Turns out the countdown was real – and the game was in fact just released shortly after my order.
Crooked House Review
Matt over at no dpad has posted a review of Spicy Pony‘s latest iPhone release “American McGee’s Crooked House“. He’s got a lot of good stuff to say about our devious little puzzle game.