Nesen Probe

By |2011-07-10T23:04:50-05:00August 12, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

If there was an award at iPhone Gamer Blog for weirdest game ever, Nesen Probe, would win. That being said, weird doesn’t necessarily mean good. In this game, you take on the role of a flying spaceship nose (oh you expected something not quite that weird?) that goes around trying to suck in flying circles of green and purple (and a health kit from time to time). The real danger lays in accidentally sucking up one of the encroaching gray circles which take away points and life...

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Soccer Rally

By |2011-07-10T23:04:55-05:00August 12, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

It’s not that Soccer Rally is bad, just that it’s not very special. I mean, basically what it boils down to is a pong-type game clone with you controlling a goalie instead of a bar. Instead of a pong ball, you have a soccer ball. There are a few things I’ll discuss below that make it as bit more interesting than old school pong but all in all, and I won’t beat around the bush – you probably won’t like this game very much...

Rocket Boy 2D

By |2011-07-10T23:05:02-05:00August 12, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

2D platformer’s have made a comeback on the iPhone and iPod Touch platform in recent years. That is in part due to the iPhone's lack of physical buttons and small screen size. That being said, I don't see it as a negative. Especially when they are made as well as Rocketboy 2D. This game, created by indie dev, PowPowGames, really came out of nowhere and once again proves that an indie developer with a few resources and a talented team can make a really solid game...

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Madden NFL 11

By |2011-07-10T23:05:07-05:00August 11, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Perhaps no series in game history has done as much two step forward, one step back taking as the Madden football series that is released every year for nearly every system. Madden NFL 11 makes the second Madden series appearance on the iPhone and I extremely pleased to say that it does not take any steps back; instead is drives itself forward for a first down. A blend of updated graphics, dynamic ai, and realistic game play really make this a must buy for those mobile football gaming fans. It also puts to shame Gameloft’s latest attempt at a rival mobile franchise, NFL 2011...

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Jailbreakeme and Flash (Frash) for iPhone, iPad, iPod: It’s Real!

By |2010-08-09T11:11:27-05:00August 9, 2010|Features|

Your dreams could be coming to reality as you read this. The website Redmond Pie is reporting that Flash/Frash can be ported to the iPhone 4. Also, according to outside sources there have been successful installations on the 3GS, iPad, and iPod Touches. Are you getting excited? You should be...

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Net Neutrality Explained – Comcast and AT&T the True Enemy

By |2010-08-09T09:12:52-05:00August 9, 2010|Features|

Net neutrality affects every single facet of the internet. A lot of people don't understand what net neutrality is so I want to explain it and then identify why it's necessary. Net neutrality is the idea that every site on the internet has the same ability to be seen regardless of which internet service provider you use to see it.

NFL 2011

By |2011-07-10T23:05:14-05:00August 9, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Gameloft's newest effort, NFL 2011, falls fall short of my expectations when it comes to progressing from the game's first iteration. That being said, can it stand on its own as a good football game in its own right despite its lack of progress since its inaugural version in 2009? Unfortunately no. This game fails as both an upgrade and a football game in quite a few ways, many of which are fixable...

Army of Mice

By |2011-07-10T23:05:20-05:00August 9, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Grab your sword, hammer, and ray gun, because it’s time to defend the planet from an evil horde of samurai mice! Somewhat similar to Whac-a-mole, Army of Mice arms you with an assortment of weapons and power-ups to smash the enemy mice into oblivion, while they attempt to slice and dice you with throwing stars, swords, and just about anything else you can imagine. Multiple game modes and nearly 120 levels are just the tip of the iceberg on the latest title from On Concept Ltd...

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