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First started in late 2007, Kasey's Mobile Game Review (then just a regular feature of Kasey's Korner) started as a simul-post between here and IGN. Later I realized there's no reason to post it twice, when I can use the traffic on my own site. so, here we are, in 2010, and the mobile game industry has grown a bit. What do you think?

A new record in KMGR... 6 previews all at once!

Yep, this time, we're going to bring you ALL SIX previews together!

LocoRoco Hi -- using 2D "tilt controls", you try to gather up as many items as possible and jump around the level. While cute, it feels to be more fighting the interface than actually having fun.

CSI:NY -- Gameloft brings us yet another CSI game, this time featuring the gang from New York City (Mac, Stella, Danny, Hawkes, and the gang). A top fashion model appears to have fallen to her death. Can you help Mac find the clues, and solve the murder?

Exile: Journey Through Darkness -- adventure game that features an excellent story, but not much of game play. You were just resurrected by powers unknown. You know your daughter's near, and she is in danger... How/why did you die, and what will you do to get back to your daughter?

Tiki Towers -- Help the five monkeys make their way through five island groups by building them some bridges. Basically bridge-builder, but with monkeys, and some banana bonus items the monkeys can get. Additional modes to unlock, can be quite addictive!

Bugs Bunny: Bunny Rescue -- find the optimum sequence to activate some gadgets in scenes from classic Bugs Bunny episodes, featuring Yosemite Sam, the Martian, and more. Only 5 episodes means you'll probably be done within the hour, probably much less.

Demolition Derby -- 2D isometric game is way too small even on my LG VX9900 EnV, and controls are pretty bad. It's just not much fun to play, esp. in demo derby, as the dead cars put out a SOLID column of smoke, obscuring EVERYTHING. Somehow the derby is much harder than the figure 8 racing. Overall, not that much fun.

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