By |2011-07-10T23:31:56-05:00May 13, 2010|iPad Reviews|

Ok, well think back to the arcade machine racer with the pedal and steering wheel, you know the one you always over steered on? This is just like it but the track is on the iPad and the wheel is your iPhone. How cool is that? You actually use the iPhone to control your car on the iPad. Editor: You need both an iPhone/iPod Touch and an iPad...

Galcon Fusion

By |2011-07-10T23:32:00-05:00May 13, 2010|iPad Reviews|

Galcon Fusion is single and multiplayer strategy game where you use your planets and ships to take over other nearby planets. To control a planet you must fly ships from one of your current planets to another planet not currently under your control. Once you have taken the planet over, you can use the ships on that planet to take over another planet and so on...

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Breaking News: No iPhone for Verizon Network

By |2010-05-11T08:21:01-05:00May 11, 2010|Features|

Engadget reports that Apple had had an exclusive contract with AT&T since 2007. In fact, we know this because of a class action lawsuit that was brought against Apple due to monopolistic behavior. After all, the argument read, if you bought the original iPhone in 2007 and signed up for a 2 year contract, you were really signing up for a 5 year contract since Apple had an exclusive deal...

Dracula: Path of the Dragon – Part 3

By |2011-07-10T23:12:48-05:00May 10, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Having just finished the conclusion for Dracula: Path of the Dragon, I am a bit dismayed. Reviews for Part 1 and Part 2 have been up for a while and Part 3 was the last portion of the adventure game, an ending which I have been looking forward to for a while. Fortunately, Part 3 brings an exciting finish to the game and picks up exactly where part 2 left off. Why am I disappointed? Well - because it's over...

Tiki Smasher

By |2011-07-10T23:12:53-05:00May 10, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Tiki Smasher is children's game where you must protect your Tiki statue from attackers. The game has two modes, campaign and survival. The campaign mode consists of multiple levels or islands where different evil doers try to attack your statue. The only way to protect your statue is by rolling over the attackers with a rock. When you squash an attacker, you gain coins that will allow you to upgrade your rock. You can upgrade the speed, bounce, and power...

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