1193 Results for

side-scrolling

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Rope Escape for Android

Don't let the cheesy graphics fool you. Rope Escape is an addictive and unique side-scrolling runner that is well worth the download.

2 April 2013

4 stars Editors' rating 2 April 2013

Pricing not available

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Syder Arcade for Android

Syder Arcade's unique gameplay makes it a worthwhile buy for fans of old-school, spaceship-themed side-scrolling shooters.

27 February 2013

4 stars Editors' rating 27 February 2013

Pricing not available

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Top side-scrolling racing games on iOS

A recent review got me thinking about the best side-scrolling racing games in the iTunes App Store. If you have racing-game fever like I do, you're going to love this duo.

By 18 August 2012

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'Go right' video celebrates side-scrolling platformers

A glorious YouTube video has sprung up, celebrating side-scrolling platformers of old.

By 29 April 2012

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Side-scrolling, Mario-inspired resume rocks the job hunt

A clever designer communicates his credentials through an action-packed romp through his resume.

By 29 October 2013

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Metal Slug 2 brings side-scrolling, shoot-'em-up action to Android (pictures)

The classic arcade shooter Metal Slug 2 is now on Android.

7 Images By 26 February 2013

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Pac-Man remade as a runner

Namco Bandai has made a new Pac-Man game: a side-scrolling dash runner that is very confusing.

By 19 July 2013

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App of the Day: God of Blades

1970s prog rock, epic pulp fantasy and side-scrolling hack 'n' slash. How can this not be brilliant?

By 13 November 2012

Review

Metal Slug 2 for Android

Whether you're a fan of the arcade original or you're new to the franchise, Metal Slug 2 is an addicting side-scrolling shooter that's worth its relatively high price.

26 February 2013

4 stars Editors' rating 26 February 2013

Pricing not available

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Game Dev Stories: Kumobius

Melbourne studio Kumobius has just released its first game: Bean's Quest, an old-school side-scrolling platform game starring a Mexican jumping bean. Come behind the scenes as we talk to developers Ivan Neeson, Tom Greenaway and James Greenaway about their creation.

By 3 February 2012