Alice in Wonderland

By |2011-07-10T23:16:34-05:00March 6, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

This is not your mom's Alice in Wonderland. This is a game based on a very old story that has been through the mind of Tim Burton. I'm sure you are familiar with Tim Burton, the director of Batman, Edward Scissorhands, and Beetlejuice, just to name a few. If you know anything about Tim Burton then you know he is a very innovative director that tends to see things in a much bigger, sometimes much scarier way. Alice in Wonderland is no different. The game has a creepy, yet playful vibe that keeps you locked into the game play...

Apple iPad: More Questions Than Answers

By |2010-03-05T21:17:00-05:00March 5, 2010|Features|

Apple 3rd, I mean April 3rd, will officially start the month off in a huge way with Apple's newest creation, the iPad. Whether you are planning on buying one or not, there are certainly a lot of people that will be. We know that many developers are planning to release their apps and games for the iPad. What we don't know is how this will change the App Store...


By |2011-07-10T23:16:43-05:00March 4, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

GeoSnake is a new iPhone/iPod Touch take on the old snake game that everyone knows. Maybe you first played it on a graphic calculator (Editor: I first played it on Q-Basic). You know the one where you control a snake and collect objects or dots and as you collect more items, your snake grows...

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By |2011-07-10T23:16:47-05:00March 4, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Lavaball is an iPhone/iPod Touch motion based game. The point to this game is to move a molten ball of liquid hot magma and set the villagers and their homes on fire, or stay away from them and just try to dodge them. This game really reminds me of Marble Madness. Not so much in the maze aspect...

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By |2011-07-10T23:17:04-05:00March 3, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Absorb is a motion puzzler (I think I just made that up) where you must "absorb" colored orbs into its matching color gate. Orbs are randomly generated off screen and slowly move on screen. You control the orbs by tapping, dragging, and releasing. Think of a sling shot...

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