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iPhoneSlide to Play (Dec 28, 2009)
From top to bottom, this is a definite "Must Have" game. Give yourself a belated Christmas present by adding The Simpsons Arcade to your home screen.
iPhoneGameSpot (Jul 02, 2010)
From top to bottom, The Simpsons Arcade is a great game. Anyone who enjoys the show or a good beat-'em-up will want it on their iDevice.
J2MEPocket Gamer UK (Dec 16, 2009)
That said, it’s a very enjoyable hour and fans looking for an easy-to-control fighting game for their mobile can’t go too far wrong with The Simpsons Arcade.
iPhoneGame Over Online (Feb 15, 2010)
What’s the popular word these days for remaking an old game in a completely new vein? A re-imagining. This is what The Simpsons Arcade aspires to be but one thinks the dream was aborted a bit short because it could be a lot more. I can’t help but think this is like most Simpsons games where it smells like The Simpsons, it looks like The Simpsons, but for whatever reason, it feels like a gimmick for a game. Tread lightly, Simpsons fans.
60 (Jan 15, 2010)
The Simpsons Arcade is good fun, but it's short-lived in the extreme. While £2.99 might not seem much, other App Store games offer far better value for money, making it feel like you're paying a slight premium for the license. A decent arcade beat 'em up, but not something you'll remember in years to come.
iPhonePocket Gamer UK (Dec 21, 2009)
Despite good looks and lots of variety, The Simpsons Arcade isn't as fun or as funny as it aspires to be.
iPhone148apps (Dec 24, 2009)
The Simpsons Arcade is a decent side-scrolling brawler, but there’s no getting around the fact that it is sorely limited by having only one playable character and no multiplayer options to speak of. Games in this genre are generally short in length, and are meant to be replayed multiple times using different characters or with friends. While The Simpsons Arcade is a respectable effort, it’s lacking both of these qualities, making it pretty much a simple one-and-done experience at this point.
The Simpsons Arcade propose six mondes à explorer, composés au total de 25 niveaux. Sur le papier, c’est pas mal, mais dans la réalité on apprend ce qu’il advient de ce fameux donut au bout de deux heures. Cette faible durée de vie est regrettable, tout comme le manque de soin apporté à la réalisation sonore. On remarquera tout particulièrement l’absence de voix digitalisées, et qui auraient largement contribué à renforcer l’ambiance du jeu. Heureusement que d’un point de vue graphique, c’est plutôt réussi, avec des environnements que l’on identifiera en un clin d’œil et des animations rigolotes. The Simpsons Arcade est, pour Electronic Arts Mobile, une bonne base de départ pour nous proposer une suite en bonne et due forme, plus complète !