W.A.R.P.

By |2011-07-10T23:31:39-05:00May 25, 2010|iPad Reviews|

W.A.R.P. or Wayward Asteroid Redirection Program, is a action game where you must protect the Earth from, you guessed it, asteroids. The game starts out with the Earth’s population at 10 billion and a timeline that slowly creeps into the future on the bottom of the screen. As the years pass the Earth’s population will grow, however if it takes a hit from an asteroid, the population will shrink...

ABC’s Lost Ending Simply Sucked

By |2010-05-24T11:19:29-05:00May 24, 2010|General|

In the end, the writers of the show went the way of a soap opera. Oh they said, it was the characters that matter. Really? Well then why was the show set on a magic island where crazy things happened all of the time and there were continuous mysteries added throughout the show’s entire six year airing?

Mobigame’s Edge

By |2011-07-10T23:11:47-05:00May 24, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Games like Edge are few and far between. The idea is fairly simplistic but the implementation is extremely well done. In Edge you move a box through a series of platforms trying to get to a final destination point. Upon the way you will have to maneuver your three dimensional box through moving platforms, trap doors, platforms that fall apart after you roll on top of them and more. As you get further into the game, each level becomes more complex and thus, more challenging...

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Bird Strike

By |2011-07-10T23:11:52-05:00May 20, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Bird Strike is yet another one of the Up and Up genre of games that are so popular on the iPhone and iPod Touch platform. In the same vein as Doodle Jump, your job is to take the exceptionally cute sounding and looking Gerald (a blue bird) up as high as you can. Unlike Doodle Jump which has only one game mode, Bird Strike has two and each have a different gameplay mechanic...

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Ninjatown: Trees of Doom!

By |2011-07-10T23:11:58-05:00May 18, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Sneakily climbing up trees, jumping stealthily past obstacles and collecting power-ups that steadily move you higher and higher is what Ninjatown: Trees of Doom! is all about. As a ninja, it is your responsibility to climb endlessly until you can climb no more. Very much in the same vein as Doodle Jump and BirdStrike...

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