Ski Safari Review – Like Jetpack Joyride on the Alps

Ski Safari iPhone

A game that’s been floating around the top of the charts for a while now is Ski Safari so we thought it was about time that we took a look at what’s making this 99 cent universal app so popular. In Ski Safari you are faced with controlling Sven down … Read the Full Story →

London 2012 – The Olympics on Your iPhone and iPad

London 2012 Official Results App for the Olympics and Paralympics Games

The London 2012 Olympics are under one week away now and if you’re not able to take the time off of work and sit down to watch 1,000’s of hours worth of sport spread over the two weeks then you may want to look into some of the iPhone and … Read the Full Story →

Rat Fishing Review – Challenging Puzzler that May Prove Too Difficult for Some

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Miniclip, most well known for the game Fragger, is adding a new game to their extensive iPhone / iPad game portfolio in the form of Rat Fishing where you are challenged with killing rats across over 100+ levels of challenging puzzles. The cartoon graphics look cute and effective as the … Read the Full Story →

Emergency Review – Time Management Game for Catastrophic Events

Emergency for ipad

I’ve played my fair share of time management games in my gaming years but I can’t remember one that was based on controlling the emergency services during critical situations, unless you count the alien attack in Sim City! This is what you get to do in Emergency, the 13 situations that … Read the Full Story →

Amazing Alex Review – Rovio Keeps the Winning Formula with Amazing Alex

Amazing Alex

When your catalog consists of some of the biggest, most popular and dominating titles in mobile gaming you could be forgiven for resting on your laurels and continue to milk that money cow. That’s not the case for Rovio Entertainment Ltd., the makers of the Angry Birds series who have … Read the Full Story →

Crust Review – Retro Game for iPhone / iPad that Promises Much But Delivers Little

Crust iPhone

Crust is a 2D cave shooter which for me at least is reminiscent of similar games that I used to play some 25 to 30 years ago. This is not necessarily a bad thing however, in fact there and many retro games that are as, if not more, popular as … Read the Full Story →

Wrapster Headphone Cord Organizer Review – Simple Accessory That Performs Exactly As Required

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When I only had one set of earphones in the house keeping them up together was never an issue, however as my family has grown, so has the number of earphones that are lying around the house. At the same time I find then nobody in my family, including me … Read the Full Story →

Where’s My Perry Review – A Great Addition to Anyones iPhone or iPad

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Back in September 2011 Disney introduced a new character to the world. This time though the character wasn’t their latest animated movie star, instead it was Swampy the Alligator, a friendly alligator that needed your help to get him enough water to bathe. It was an instant hit and continues … Read the Full Story →

My Diamonds Review – Fun physics puzzle game for iPhone and iPad

My Diamonds

You know the story, alien has diamonds, alien loses diamonds, you help alien collect diamonds! It’s the usual story that you hear everyday and now you can live it on on your iPhone and iPad in the universal game My Diamonds. If you’ve played such games as Cut The Rope, … Read the Full Story →

No Red T-Shirts Review – Interesting Game that Rapidly Becomes Repetitive

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If you a fan of hidden object style games and Where’s Waldo then No Red T-Shirt’s may be a worthwhile purchase for you as No Red T-Shirts for iPhone and iPad will find you hunting through 12 different locations to find some of the most heinous criminals that you may … Read the Full Story →

CSR Racing for iPhone and iPad – Quick Look

CSR Racing

A new racing game has hit the App Store this week from NaturalMotion who already have the popular Backbreaker range of games under their belts. CSR Racing for iPhone and iPad has two distinct differences from many other racing games in the App Store. Firstly, the racing in question is … Read the Full Story →

Darkside for iPhone and iPad – Quick Look

Darkside

Darkside is the second iOS title from developer Clockwook Pixels and if you have a soft spot for the retro game Asteroids then Darkside may be worth a look. For those of you under 30 Asteroids is a 2 dimensional space shooter where you control a 4 line spaceship surrounded … Read the Full Story →

GoDocs for Google Docs, Google Drive – The Best Google Doc App in the App Store

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I’ve been a fan of Google Docs since it was launched and have used it extensively in both my personal and professional life. However, from a mobile perspective it’s always been a little lacking and that’s certainly the case on both the iPhone and iPad. The latest update from GoDocs … Read the Full Story →

Soctics League: Online Multiplayer Pocket Soccer Game Review

Soctics League

As a child I spent many hours playing a game called Subbuteo, a soccer game where you flicked little plastic soccer players around a fabric pitch to score goals, other people played foosball where the aim of the game was the same although this time your man spun on wooden … Read the Full Story →