GameTest – Run’n'Gun (iOS)

Temple Run a d?j? inspir? de nombreuses copies plus ou moins r?ussies et innovantes. C’est au tour de Gaijin Entertainment (? ne pas confondre avec Gaijin Games ! ) de se lancer dans la course avec Run’n'Gun. A-t’il assez de cartouches pour d?tr?ner l’anc?tre?

Dance Magic Boogies Onto PS3

A game called Dance Magic, which harnesses the awesome power of dancing for combat purposes, is headed to the PS3 on January 8th, 2013. Sadly, David Bowie has nothing to do with this title.

Dance magic on PSN will have you dancing to fight

Well, this is certainly a bit odd. Gaijin Entertainment has announced that its dancing fighter Dance Magic will launch on the PlayStation Network on Tuesday, January 8. The game features Move-based gameplay and relies on motions to perform dance moves … that also do damage.

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Gaijin Releases Run’n'Gun On iOS App Store

Gaijin Entertainment has released Run’n'Gun for iOS devices. Inspired by the high-energy of Temple Run, Run’n'Gun is a free game for iOS that combines endless runner genre with a Brothers Grimm-inspired setting and shooter gameplay, hence Run’n'Gun.

Run'n'Gun Brings Wild West Fairytale Running To iOS

Gaijin Entertainment might very well have exactly that in their latest offering, Run’n’Gun, and endless runner set in a fantasy world with light RPG elements and some pretty spectacular graphics on iOS.

Run'N'Gun Cheats And Tips from

If you're into endless running games, Gaijin Entertainment's iPhone and iPad shoot-em-up, Run'n'Gun, should help scratch that itch. - Run'n'Gun review

Run'n'Gun is a running arcade game much like Temple Run. The difference is that instead of running and collecting coins, you get to shoot goblins who slowly drop coins until they are dead.

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Adding guns to the mix differentiates Run’n’Gun from the competition. Like titles such as Temple Run, Agent Dash, and Pitfall!, Run’n’Gun puts the camera over the player character’s shoulder and has you tilting to move back and forth along a road and swiping to jump, slide or turn.

Run'N'Gun iPad Review from

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Run'n'Gun - first review from Germany

Gaijin Entertainment, an award-winning developer and publisher of multiplatform video games, has released Run'n'Gun, a Universal App for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. German portal reviewed the new game with the best mark.

Fantasy Conflict – Device throwing iOS strategy game from

I crave the challenge of a strategy game, the need to out think your opponent, stay one step ahead and also trying not to be your own worse enemy by making stupid decisions. Fantasy Conflict is strategy game on iOS that will be utterly ruthless if you make that one stupid decision. Overall, Fantasy Conflict gives you plenty of hours of challenging strategy that will keep you coming back while almost throwing your phone at the same time.

Fantasy Conflict review from France -

French gamers have already acquainted with Gaijin Entertainment and with its previous products - Modern Conflict 1 and 2. So you can enjoy this review - game is estimated on 14 points of 20.

Fantasy Conflict Review (iPad) from

Fantasy Conflict isn’t really a strategy game though, or at least not a conventionally paced one. Its non-stop action, and its reliant on quick reactions as much as quick decision making. In this review the authors open some secrets of the gameplay and give some good advices how to win and get a lot of fun.

iPhone Review: Fantasy Conflict from

The game waы estimated on 8.6 points from 10. Fantasy Conflict by Gaijin Entertainment is a real time strategy game with a twist of cartoonish medieval fantasy thrown in. Don't let the art style deceive you though! With dwarves, magic, alarm clocks, and microscopic font, this game will both intrigue and challenge you. - Raid, defend and get annihilated!

Every once in a while you find a hidden gem on the app store. Fantasy Conflict is a type of tower defense/RTS hybrid that plays well to the genres. You start out going through a basic tutorial that shows you the ropes and gets you acclimated with how the game operates. The controls are a simple point and click that is easy to master. The key to this game, however, is heavy strategy. Your overall goal in the campaign mode is to take over the Dwarven castles and conquer the entire map. This is not as easy as it sounds.

Fantasy Conflict - pros vs. cons - review from

"Fantasy Conflict doesn't re-write the genre, but as Galcon-a-likes go, it builds upon previous ideas developed by the studio to create a game packed with action." The game is estimated on 4 points from 5. Check up full review and a video with game play at

Analise Fantasy Conflict (iOS) - review from Portugal

Here is review from Portuguese players. In common game is estimated on 8,6 points from 10. As for gameplay - it was appreciated on 9.2. No doubt that this game is quite addictive, you will be entertained for several hours due to the variety of levels and objectives of providing. It undoubtedly will arise upgrades that offer more levels, new spells and objectives, so it promise to be even more fun.

Video review from

iOS Foreplay LIVE: Fantasy Conflict [Jeff - 4PP] - guys from 4Player Podcast made a really nice video review of Fantasy Conflict and showed a good gameplay at the same time. - freshlook on Fantasy Conflict

On October 2, 2012, Gaijin Entertainment released Fantasy Conflict on all iOS devices. It is an active RTS game in the same view as Modern Conflict except with… can you guess it, a Fantasy twist.You are in charge of an army of humans, an army that needs to rid the world of the dwarves who stole a crystal that keeps all the world’s clocks working. The overall premise is very simple, and the story mode is fun and entertaining....

Review: Fantasy Conflict will have you tapping your way to fantasy domination made by

With the seemingly never ending games and apps being added into the App store daily, it’s hard to keep track of the games actually worth playing. Luckily for you, Fantasy Conflict is one of those games.

Fantasy Conflict: Dwarves, Kings, & Personality - rewiew made by

That sentiment bears mention because I’m reasonably certain it directly influenced my attitude towards Gaijin Entertainment’s Fantasy Conflict, available now in the iTunes app store. Approaching the game from as skeptical a standpoint as one could possibly have, I have to admit that Fantasy Conflict is very good. It feels like it was designed specifically for iOS, and as such many of the problems that I typically have with RTS games are missing in dwarven-filled action.

Few reasons to download Fantasy Conflict from

One of the most interensting rewiews about the Fantasy Conflict.

Fresh review about Fantasy Conflict by

A good spin-off? There's gnome two ways about it...

The Fantasy Conflict Has Begun, Are You Ready To Fight? – iPad App Review from

Gaijin Entertainment, the developers of Modern Conflict 2 and Braveheart, just launched a new game in the App Store that is both entertaining and exciting. As the king, battle against enemies and steal their land. Take back what is yours and expand your kingdom.

iOS rewiew from - first look at Fantasy Conflict

If not for platformers, the tower defense genre would more than likely be the undisputed champ of iOS marketplace. For a game to stand out in such a crowded marketplace, it needs simultaneously to be innovative and entertaining (and more than a little fun). Fantasy Conflict, a new title from Gaijan entertainment, is such a game.

The first rewiew of Fantasy Conflict at

Fantasy Conflict became something like a weird drug where I could be playing it for hours and then I immediately would lose interest and just turn the game off, not expecting to pick it up again for a while. Yet, I would be back at it again the next day or later that night.

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Interview with Game designer for Polish fan-site

Pavel Kulikov, the Lead Game Designer on War Thunder answers question of our Polish fan community and presents 6 exclusive screenshots with ingame aircraft with polish markings. Text is available in English and in Polish. Blades of Time, more than a reboot

Being an adventure fanatic, Blades of Time has been the only game as of recently to spark my interest. Blades of Time worths 8 of 10!

We gave the game a rating of 8 out of 10, so good job guys! We have been very positively surprised and impressed by the game, it looked very interesting and fast-paced (maybe just a bit too linear). We appreciated very much the Time rewind mechanic and the puzzles based on it. (Italian) Blades of Time is a beautiful game!

Features section designs, especially the main characters - Ayumi modeling, modeling of the enemy - they look extremely beautiful. Very beautiful location designs, one can see - every room is different. (Turkish)

dotmmo: Star Conflict rules the Universe

Navigate your advanced spacecraft into the extensive galaxy, join in the intense and breathtaking combats with your delicate outfits and sophisticated technologies, and fulfill the ambitious project of conquering the universe!

Massively: Star Conflict Blasts Into Beta

Star Conflict may not be the MMO on everyone's tongue right now, but give it time -- it might just catch on. The gestating title from Star Gem Inc. has passed through the beta barrier and is looking for testers to help take it to the cosmos and beyond.

mmofront: Star Conflict Closed Beta Launches

If you’ve ever wanted to play an outer space version of World of Tanks, without the tanks, then you’re in luck. Gaijin Entertainment announced that the closed beta test for Star Conflict, its new PvP-based space combat MMO, has begun.

Mondoxbox: Blades of Time: Rage&Beauty

Blades of Time offers a good combat system and a charismatic heroine.

ztgd: Blades of Time makes you smile

Those that play it, you will find it has a certain charm that makes it worth seeing through to the end. If you do come across it, I bet you will find yourself smiling while playing it.

Egmnow: Blades of Time has great combat!

Blades of Time surprised me with its tight controls and interesting time manipulation dynamic that offered a nice change of pace to your typical hack ‘n’ slash experience. Great combat dynamic between the guns, swords, and time powers

Nowgamer: Gaijin has got the right point

Gaijin has got what’s most important right, so though the idea of it being a cross-between Tomb Raider and Darksiders should be taken with a pinch of salt, it’s a more engaging game than some of the bland adventures we’ve had with Lara recently.

Thegamershub: Time Rewind is something extra

It throws something extra into the mix too by incorporating a new element that has been dubbed «Time Rewind.». The combat system is well thought out that include melee, tactics and combos, as well as magic – special moves keep the gameplay from getting dull.

Newbreview: Blades of Time is a breath of fresh air

In some ways Blades of Time is a breath of fresh air the time rewinding feature leads to some innovative combat and puzzles. If you’re a fan of challenging hack and slash adventure games then it is definitely worth picking up.

Metro. Birds Of Steel review - Finest Hour

The makers of IL-2 Sturmovik return with not only the best combat flight simulator on consoles, but also the best Second World War game for years... Editor's Choice Preview

Gaijin really could not have done much more to enable you to play indefinitely. The exceedingly powerful mission editor means the lifespan of this game is entirely up to you...

IGN: Birds of Steel is the editors choice!

If you've dedicated the past three years to IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey, your next purchase has arrived. Birds of Steel picks up directly where Birds of Prey left off; instantly accessible and yet hugely challenging, depending on how you tune it. The environments are huge, the plane list is long plus it looks gorgeous and sounds great. The action is thick and visceral; aerial stoushes can go from tense, one-on-one affairs to grand, epic encounters against swarms of enemy fighters and bombers. For three years Gaijin's Birds of Prey remained the best and most nuanced flight game on consoles. Birds of Steel builds on the excellent Birds of Prey and refines Gaijin's formula further. Birds of Steel is an exceedingly confident and robust game that will reward fans with its depth and detail. It's easily the best flight game on today's consoles.

Destuctoid: Play with yourself in Blades of Time

If you dig straight fantasy, fast combat and amusing gameplay features, then you should keep an eye on Blades on Time... Keeping it real in unfriendly skies

Even at this stage it feels like the Forza of flight; a love-letter to antique aircraft that doesn't want you to stop playing it...

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EGM Now: Blades of Time: If I Could Save Time in a Bottle

When Russia’s Gaijin Entertainment made “Oniblade” in 2007 — or “X-Blades” as it was known when it came out in the U.S. and Europe two years later — they attempted to make a Japanese-style hack & slash action game (and, many critics would argue, failed miserably).

Xbox magazine: Blades of Time preview

As the Back to the Future films tell us, time travel has rules. You’re not supposed to let your past self see you, nor should you change the past. Fortunately for Blades of Time protagonist Ayumi, those rules don’t seem to apply in her universe.


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