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

Burn the Rope

By |2022-02-03T13:31:09-05:00January 20, 2011|iPhone Reviews|

Burn the Rope is a interesting game that brings the unique properties of fire to your iPhone. Fire, as an element, has been underutilized on the device. Its ability to spread is put to good effect here. To get started you touch a place on a rope and it begins burning. The trick is to burn the entire rope by physically moving your iPhone around as the fires burns upwards. While it is a unique concept, I didn't personally have a ton of fun with this one. That being said, I can see how a more casual gamer would really enjoy themselves...

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Cut the Rope

By |2011-07-10T23:01:18-05:00January 20, 2011|iPhone Reviews|

Cut the Rope is a physics puzzlers that involve a series of increasingly complex pulleys, balloons and levers attached to rope that you must cut in a precise order in order to collect stars and reach your goal. If it sounds complex, it can be. However, casual gamers should not be scared. The progression from level to level is gradual and you have the ability to play through over 100 levels without paying for any downloadable content.

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More iPhone and iPad Cheat Codes

By |2011-01-18T10:18:23-05:00January 18, 2011|Features|

For as long as I can remember, video games have included cheat codes. In the old days, it was extremely rare to find an NES game that didn't have at least a few. Entire publications sprung up because the simple fact was - gamers like to cheat or at the very least, have things made a bit easier for them. There must have been tens of millions of GameSharks sold over its many iterations. The entire purpose of that device was to use cheat codes within games. That is why it is so surprising that relatively few iPhone developers include cheats within their games...

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