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Phaze - futuristic racing action

Phaze - futuristic racing action
  • #: 184252
  • Price: $2.99 In Apple Store
  • Category: Games
  • Updated: 2009-06-02
  • Current Version: 1.00.00
  • 1.00.00
  • Size: 9.90 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Handmark, Inc.
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 2.2.1 or later
  • © 2009 Andy Wilton. 2009 Astraware Limited.
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Grab your G-suit and helmet, select your ship and get set for some maximum velocity race action with Phaze. Navigate the twists and turns of 16 futuristic locations as you race your opponents in high tech race craft. Aim for the boost pads to achieve warp speed, pick up weapons to blast your opponents and collect power boosts and defensive shields along the way!

Sharpen your reflexes, practice your race skills, and improve your laptimes in Single Race mode and then step up to complete all 16 races to win Championship mode! Choose from 3 craft to begin, and unlock faster, more sophisticated machinery when you reach the required goals.

Phaze includes the following features:

4 difficulty levels - Easy through to Extreme

3 race craft to choose from (with 7 more unlockable)

16 futuristic locations

6 types of weapon and defense powerup

Enjoy the in-game music, or play your own soundtrack

Phaze comes from the creator of GTS World Racing and Hellfire.

Phaze has been included in iLounge's Top 100 App Store Games of 2009!

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Rated 1/5 based on 3 customer reviews.


2/5 stars

It needs a radar/map with players position


- Nice control (sensitivity can be adjusted; rotate left/right to steer; tip forwards/lift up to accelerate/ease down; tip towards to brake)
- Great graphics
- Two modes: single and championship
- 4 difficulty levels (easy is really easy, a walk in the park; normal and up get harder)
- Good music and sounds
- Smooth/fast animations
- Tracks and cars to unlock
- It can resume


- No radar/map (like LowGrav this game [B]does not have a radar/map[/B] that tell you where are the opponents; if you're not in 1st you get easily lost because there's no way to know how behind you are; it's a race game!)
- No career mode
- No high score
- No statistics

Although it has a smooth and fast 3D engine with great graphics a lack of a radar/map showing the opponents position and giving you an idea of how behind or ahead you are is simply unforgivable. It's a race and a modern one! Where's my GPS?!

3/5 stars

This is exactly why I'm going, go.

This is def better than low grav. But
Yet another great game, ruined by auto excel, and there seems to be no sythises as far as racers. The same horrible ideas and so called innovative control skeems, come out by the dozens,aside from fastlane, alot of the time I wonder if some of these devs even actually play there product? The calibration is horrible, ruining the game period. Enless you like playing games table down. There is no sense of true speed or compitition, as you are the leader or in last place for the most part of every race. The graphx are great, the circuts look great, but having to play table down, tilting to move faster or slower, kills it, as it would any game. And this is why I can't wait till the new pspgo comes out, cause tho igames are fun, most apps with the exception of a few, hardly take gamers seriously, half butt controls, bugs, bugs, and more bugs, or extreamly short playtimes, deving for the idevice is more of a fad for devs than anything else, atleast in the game categorey, with the exception of a few. Now I see why alot of bigtime devs still haven't shown any real dedication to the device, as the top games are mostly from Indy devs, and no Corp app is miles beyond similar games of it's genre. And don't get me wrong, I highly respect all of the devs and there product, the idevices are just not a viable platform for gamers that want anything more than a quik pick up and play, having to invest time in changing the way one plays a game more than actually playing the game, or waiting for updates before the game is actually playable, is getting so old it's no longer funny. Tho there has been a huge improvement since the store launched, as far as stability/playabilty/controls. But for the most part it feels as if most of the apps that have potential are half
lemon, and it's always a matter
Of having to make them lemonaid, that is if the dev has the cash to do so through updates, because again, with the exception of a few, most devs are on to making another game, long before they Finnish the ones that are incomplete, if they ever do. I never had such a difficult time playing games on my bulky old psp3000. And can't wait to not have the problem on the new go. And if you never played handhelds before your idevice, or actually bought your idevice, for what it was meant for, music/communication, then I'm not speaking for you, but for the gamers like me, that thought that the idevice was going to be the new handheld gaming platform. At the end of the day playing games on your idevice is innovative, but the games themself are more frusturating than fun, again with the exception of a few, not to add with the new device coming out soon, with no new physical features to better the gameplay, it's a good guess that these problems will be the norm, and I'm a weirdo.

0/5 stars

Limp and Boring

Like every other racing platform. I SO wanted to like/love this game! Alas, it was not to be.


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