Flick Football

By |2011-07-10T23:28:45-05:00March 2, 2011|iPad Reviews|

I can honestly say, I’m addicted to this game. I got it about a week ago and I can’t stop playing it. Every free moment I get I pull out my phone and play. It was easy to learn but challenging enough to keep me coming back for more. There are multiple game modes that you can switch back and forth from but the real fun is in “The Big Game.”


By |2011-07-10T23:00:31-05:00February 14, 2011|iPhone Reviews|

Remember I Spy and Where’s Waldo? Of course you do. Enter swenGames, our tour guides through a digitized experience of the hidden object puzzles which used to frequent elementary schools across the country. Offering up a smattering of items such as birds, animals, cartoon characters, clocks, and more, each stage lays out 20 targets to pick out amongst a horde of decoys which continually play tricks on the eyes...

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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My Virtual Girlfriend

By |2011-07-10T23:01:48-05:00January 20, 2011|iPhone Reviews|

The dating scene got you down? Sick of weird parties you hate and crowded bars filled with people you don’t feel like talking to? Tired of being ordered around and answering your current girlfriend’s beck and call 24 hours per day? Well, have no fear, as WET Productions Inc. is here to quell your woman woes, be they real or imaginary, with My Virtual Girlfriend. This dating simulation app is capable of taking people to new heights, or new lows, depending on what kind of potential womanizer you might be, all for the cheap price of just 99 cents...

Civilization Wars

By |2011-07-10T23:01:53-05:00December 22, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Step into a time machine and blast off into ancient civilizations from centuries past. Arm yourself with spears and arrows to beat the enemy into submission while satisfying your thirst for complete conquest and control of the battlefield. Chillingo Ltd’s Civilizations Wars allows gamers to wage war against competing tribes while working your way North to retrieve the falling star which contains legendary knowledge and power. With a variety of scenarios, spells, and game options, this is one strategy title capable of keeping players locked in for hours on end.

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Diet Defense

By |2011-07-10T23:01:59-05:00December 22, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Tower defense titles have pitted gamers against aliens, zombies, soldiers, and legions of other grotesque, bloodthirsty foes. Cannons, rocket launchers, machine gun turrets, and flamethrowers have seared the flesh of enemies while cutting down the next wave attackers dead in their tracks. If you’ve grown as bored as I have with these turnstile apps, Diet Defense takes the initial premise of a tower defense title and transforms it into a cheeky, amusing game which pits fruits and vegetables against junk food.

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