About Cody Sharp

Cody likes sports, games and sports games. He has also been known to read about sports, games and sports games.

Chaos Rings

By |2011-07-10T23:13:29-05:00April 29, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Chaos Rings is the first game that Square Enix has ever specifically made for the iPhone and iPod Touch platform. This is no port from a game that was made 20 years ago (I'm looking at you Final Fantasy) that was then ported to the DS and then again to the iPhone. Instead, it's an entirely new story, characters and world that one of the largest names in gaming has created for our favorite platform...

Comments Off on Chaos Rings


By |2011-07-10T23:13:43-05:00April 28, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Pounce in iPhone/iPod Touch card game that is tough for me to describe. Mostly because the rules of the game are a little complex and describing card games has never been my forte, even in person. Nevertheless, I'll do my best and tell you that first off, the game is a mix of speed and solitaire...

Comments Off on Pounce

Google’s Android OS Running on Apple’s iPhone 2G

By |2010-04-28T13:04:22-05:00April 28, 2010|Features|

The guy in the video below has successfully hacked the Apple to allow the Android OS to run on his old iPhone 2G. One of the coolest things about the video is that he is able to boot into either Android or the normal iPhone OS. While the Android system doesn't run super fast, honestly it's amazing that it runs at all...

iPhone HD – So Your Telling Me There’s a Flash

By |2010-04-28T12:45:19-05:00April 26, 2010|Features|

How ridiculous is this? The iPhone HD was found 2 months before its likely release by someone who sold it to Gizmodo. Despite having the mythical phone in their possession for a good 2 days, we know very little of the actual device other than its design and added camera. How bad does it suck that whoever found the phone didn’t actually take a video of the device while it still worked?

Comments Off on iPhone HD – So Your Telling Me There’s a Flash

Aefo Alfie

By |2011-07-10T23:14:02-05:00April 25, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Aefo Alfie is a, iPhone and iPod Touch clone of Where's Waldo. That being said, there are some differences between the two. First, the developers found an even more unique name (Aefo) than Waldo. Secondly, Aefo is located in specific tourist locations across the world. All of which have very nice background art but overall the experience falls well flat of anything that resembles fun...

Comments Off on Aefo Alfie

The Prototype iPhone You Were Meant to Find – Or Not?

By |2010-04-22T09:27:39-05:00April 22, 2010|Features|

For a while I refused to write about the iPhone leak. I had an initial article declaring interest but I stayed away from anything else. I wanted to see what type of fallout has occurred from the leak. To my disappointment, there really hasn’t been any. In fact, all the device’s early unveiling has done is fuel the fire for Apple and make the new iPhone the hottest thing in American news...

Comments Off on The Prototype iPhone You Were Meant to Find – Or Not?

Sims 3 World Adventures

By |2011-07-10T23:14:11-05:00April 21, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

he Sims 3 World Adventures is a tough game to review. While it does add a lot of new content to the original iPhone/iPod Touch Sims 3 release, it doesn't change the way anything occurs within the game. You are still responsible for making money, doing the day to day banal activities of everyday life, and going to work. The main issue here is that it is kind of hard to find the time and money to be able to take advantage of any of the new features within the game...

Go to Top