AdvenChewers Review – Chew Your Way to the Top

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Ever thought chewing gum and adventure could make a deadly combination? If not, try AdvenChewers for iPhone and iPad from Warner Bros. to get a feel of a fast paced game where chewing bubble gum might just save your life. You take on an adventurous trip to save your father from an evil general who obviously has evil plans. The back … Read More

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Asphalt 8: Airborne Review – Racing Takes New Leaps and Rolls

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Gameloft has seen huge success with its arcade style racing game, the Asphalt series. This game has always been popularly known for its nitro infused fast game play and crazy stunts. Asphalt 7: Heat offered great improvement in the widely popular series and now we have Asphalt 8: Airborne. Asphalt 8: Airborne takes the popular arcade style racing and adds … Read More

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Bastion Review – An Action RPG that innovates and entertains

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Bastion is a game that has flown under the radar for me. A game that has been winning rave reviews since it was released on the Xbox and PC is now available on the iPad for $4.99. It’s a role playing game that see’s you take the role of young boy alone in what remains of the Bastion. The game … Read More

Craig WillisBastion Review – An Action RPG that innovates and entertains

Blast A Way Review – Explosive Fun

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IllusionLabs aren’t strangers to App Store success, with TouchGrind and Labyrinth just two of their titles that have been big hits they now attempt again with their new title Blast A Way. Blast A Way for iPhone and iPad is a colorful physics puzzler where your task is to rescue the 3 Boxies that have been left strewn across all … Read More

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel – Fun app from PBS for Kids

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel is the rather long title for a new universal app from PBS Kids for preschoolers. As a father with a two year old daughter this app was a perfect excuse to spend some time with the two things I love, my daughter and my iPad. My daughter loves my iPad and so … Read More

Craig WillisDaniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel – Fun app from PBS for Kids

Lost Cities Review – Must Have Card / Board Game for iPhone

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Lost Cities is based on a board game of the same name by a leading name in the board game industry, one Reiner Knizia. I’ll be honest, I’d never heard of him either but after a little research I found that unbeknownst to me I had played one of his games before, a board game based on The Lord of … Read More

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VS. Racing 2 Review – Two Steps Forward and One Back for this Top-Down Arcade Racing Game

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Earlier this year we reviewed .vs Racing and thoroughly enjoyed it, the only flaw being the lack of online multiplayer and Game Center integration. Now though VS. Racing 2 has been released promising to address some of those issues and a lot more. VS. Racing 2 is a top down arcade racer where you race your tiny car around 36 different tracks. … Read More

Craig WillisVS. Racing 2 Review – Two Steps Forward and One Back for this Top-Down Arcade Racing Game

VS. Racing Review – A Miniature Marvel of Top Down Racing

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VS. Racing for iPhone is the first game from Maciek Drejak Labs and is a top down racer which reminds me of the old school classic Super Sprint. The game gives you a top down view of the racing track with you and your opponents taking up just a handful of pixels as you race around a variety of tracks … Read More

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Billy the Painter HD Review – Beautiful and Challenging Game

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Coming up with original ideas must be a problem for an App Store that is flooded with original content. That being said Lipasto Games have done just that in the form of Billy the Painter HD for iPad. The painting in question in this app is the floor of an old factory and the top down view provides you with … Read More

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Ski Safari Review – Like Jetpack Joyride on the Alps

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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 a steep snow covered mountain side in a desperate attempt … Read More

Craig WillisSki Safari Review – Like Jetpack Joyride on the Alps

Wake Smarter: Brings Full Control, Including Voice Control, to Your Alarms

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Wake Smarter Review Wake Smarter puts that fancy bedside alarm clock to shame. It has an amazing variety of choices on how you would like your alarm to behave. There are options for the usual alarm sounds, repeats, snooze-ability, and custom labels. But Wake Smarter goes WAY beyond that. As an alarm clock it has a daytime display with gorgeous … Read More

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Zio Ball Review: Magnetic Pinball Obstacle Courses

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Zio Ball Review Zio Ball is a bit of pinball, a bit of a maze, a bit of Cut the Rope, and more difficult than a first glance would indicate. The challenge is to place magnetic spots that pull or push your ball toward the escape hatch. Zio Ball is easy to understand and has few controls to master. You … Read More

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Light the Flower Review – A Fun Puzzler Game with plenty of Challenges

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Light the Flower Review If you want a more relaxing way to get your daily 3 star fix than firing slightly perturbed feathered animals at different green animals then growing flowers could be just for you. And if that’s the case then you need to get hold of Chillingo’s latest game, Light the Flower. The challenge in each of the … Read More

Craig WillisLight the Flower Review – A Fun Puzzler Game with plenty of Challenges

Barefoot World Atlas Review – A Treasure Trove of Interactive Information

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Barefoot World Atlas Review Apple have been pushing the iPad as an educational device since its launch and this is certainly the case for younger users of the device as more and more apps are introduced to the App Store to engage, educate and entertain children as well as adults. One of the most recent to attempt to do this … Read More

Craig WillisBarefoot World Atlas Review – A Treasure Trove of Interactive Information

Paper by FiftyThree Review – A Great, if Somewhat Expensive, Creative Experience

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Paper by FiftyThree Review Ever since I purchased my very first iPad 1 on launch day I’ve been searching for an app that will let me use the iPad as if I was hold a piece of paper in my hand, (And yes, I appreciate the irony of spending $500+ for a piece of paper!), and I’m yet to do … Read More

Craig WillisPaper by FiftyThree Review – A Great, if Somewhat Expensive, Creative Experience