About Cody Sharp

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

Shinobi Ninja Attacks

By |2011-07-10T23:17:10-05:00March 1, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Sometimes games come from nowhere and surprise the heck out of you. I recently had that happen to me and I got to tell you, it was exciting. The game is Shinobi Ninja Attacks. It has nothing at all to do with ninjas (well not directly). Instead it’s actually based band on a band of the same name from Brooklyn. You play as one of 4 band members...

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Thanks, You Make Doing This Fun

By |2010-07-06T10:00:41-05:00February 26, 2010|Features|

Driving people to a new iPhone/iPod Touch review site like iPhone Gamer Blog is hard. In the last 2 months (2 months, 8 days to be exact) we have had 21,223 visits. That might sound like a lot but when you look at some of the competing websites out there; we’re still just small time. In that 2 months, this site has gone through 3 redesigns, we have ventured into buying ads through Facebook, Google and Yahoo ad search (We found out that though the ads were fairly cheap, they really didn't cause any recurring visits) and have used a variety of social media to get the word out about our site...

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Guerrilla Bob

By |2011-07-10T23:17:34-05:00February 24, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

For better or worse, most of Guerrilla Bob is a throwback to the golden years of arcade shooters. The good includes some nice humor and quick gameplay. Unfortunately some of the bad stuff from the old days has been thrown in as well; Over-used voice samples and re-used locations and graphics. You'll definitely have fun...

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iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad OS 4.0 Will Not Include Multitasking

By |2010-06-21T13:55:57-05:00February 19, 2010|Features|

OS 4.0 rumors for the iPod Touch and iPhone continue to swirl around. Many believe that its release will come in time for the launch of the iPad in late March. A lot of people believe that this will include the one really big feature that has been missing since the iPhone's first release, the ability to multitask...


By |2011-07-10T23:17:56-05:00February 17, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

The number one rule of any game should be that the average user should be able to play much of the game without quitting in frustration over and over again.  Actually, I say this should be rule number two, right after making sure the game doesn’t crash back to the iPhone/iPod Touch launcher.  Twistum offers a game that is extremely cute and a good idea but ultimately is incredibly...

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