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Josh is our resident iPad owner. He hates hidden word games. Developers BEWARE!

iPhone 4G is Biggest Loser in War of Apple’s OS 4 vs. Adobe’s Flash

By |2010-04-28T12:49:04-05:00April 27, 2010|Features|

Adobe has given up trying to create Flash support for the iPhone OS. Apple’s SDK(the kit developers use to make apps and games) is and has been anti-Flash. However, Adobe did develop a way to create an iPhone app or game using Flash and then convert the program to use iPhone OS coding. This is called cross-compiling...

Honey Pot

By |2011-07-10T23:13:47-05:00April 27, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Honey Pot is a game that is very similar to Tetris, but puts a new spin on an old idea. Using the theme of honey and a beehive, the game’s puzzle pieces are shaped a lot like the five or six puzzle pieces that can be found in Tetris, but instead of squares to make the pieces, the developers of Honey Pot used hexagons. This gives the game a unique look that tries to help set Honey Pot apart from being just another Tetris clone...

How to Train Your Dragon

By |2011-07-10T23:13:57-05:00April 25, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

DreamWorks, with lots of help from Glu Mobile, has created an iPhone/iPod Touch game to go along with their new movie, How to Train your Dragon. I haven't seen the movie yet so I can't tell you how similar or different the game is from the movie. But, I can tell you that the game is a lot of fun...

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By |2011-07-10T23:14:07-05:00April 23, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Koan is the newest iPhone/iPod Touch game from the same developer that created TheWall, the social networking geo-location app that we at iPhone Gamer Blog raved about. Koan is an addicting time-based puzzler that uses 25 puzzle pieces that kind of look like M&M's. The object of the game is to keep moving and keep refreshing your time, while trying for a higher score...

iPad Games and App Reviews for Your Kids – Disney Edition

By |2010-04-28T12:51:29-05:00April 18, 2010|Features|

In this feature, we take a look at several of the iPad apps and games just released for kids. We tell you how they play, their level of complexity and if they are worth picking up. If you have young kids, this is worth a read. Especially if you always have to tell them that they can't use your iPad because its for grownups...

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