I never tire of typing that title. Axe In Face! It’s a brilliant name for a game.
Good thing it’s married to such an excellent game.
It's always satisfying to see a viking cut in half.
Over the weekend I got a new power-up (I can now freeze enemies for a while), which is very helpful as it’s started getting a lot trickier. I really hate losing levels, too. I feel terribly guilty when the little viking chap bursts into tears as his flowers get trampled. It’s a good incentive to play well, it really is.
Also got my first Bronze medal for completing a silver, it’s all been golds and silvers before now. At the moment, though, I’m only looking for wins. Medals can come later.
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After playing more Axe In Face last night, I am pleased to confirm that it is still very good indeed. I have lost a few times, but I’ve not yet got to a level that’s seemed ridiculously hard. That may yet come, though.
And here it is, my saviour. The game that slapped a smile back on my face and restored my faith in iPhone gaming. Ten reasons: 1 – It’s called Axe In Face. Axe in Face! Brilliant! 2 – You play a viking who is guarding his lovely daffodil garden from other vikings who want to