The Mystery of the Crystal Portal

By |2011-07-10T23:29:50-05:00August 5, 2010|iPad Reviews|

Your dad, an archeologist, is missing and you, his daughter, decide to go looking for him. The last time you spoke to him he told you that he is about to make a discovery that will change humanity for all time. That was over a week ago. He was supposed to meet you and is over six hours late...

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Paranormal Agency HD

By |2011-07-10T23:29:58-05:00August 5, 2010|iPad Reviews|

The strangely spooky back-story for this game consists of a woman named Heather, the main character who has the ability to see and communicate with spirits. Her abnormal detective adventures take you to several locations where the object of the game prevails over the back story. Paranormal Agency HD is a hidden object type of game that tries to take you on a scary ride...

SimCity Deluxe

By |2011-07-10T23:05:35-05:00August 2, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

SimCity Deluxe offers a bunch of additions over its predecessor that brings this version much closer Simcity 4 on the PC or Mac. The graphics, along with the functionality, have been upgraded and really add to the longevity of the gameplay. If you never played the first version of SimCity on the iPhone and iPod Touch, you missed out on a pretty good game. That being said, this version is really a whole lot better. Still, it will likely be a tough decision for some of you that purchased the first edition. While obvious improvements have been made across the board, it's still just SimCity...


By |2011-07-10T23:05:40-05:00July 29, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

If you have read any of my previous reviews dealing with matching games, you know that I usually don't care for them. In fact, Match 3 and 4 games are the bane of my existence. That's why it’s so surprising when a game like Flipstones comes around. Though there is a great deal of matching to do, the unique way you do it makes it a great deal of fun. Unfortunately, this game is not without its problems...

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The Gravedigger

By |2011-07-10T23:05:45-05:00July 28, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Townsfolk versus Zombies. Mild mannered people pitted against the rotting carrion of the undead. Grab the nearest torch or club and prepare to smash the enemy while defending the leader of your group in this latest mobile title from Behold Studios. The Gravedigger allows players to choose their team and enter the trenches of a local town to wage war in a real time strategy format. Although not without a couple hiccups, this is a decent breakthrough into the genre which actually dares to venture past the landlocked tower defense setup...

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Marble Mixer

By |2011-07-10T23:05:58-05:00July 26, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Marbles. It’s fun for the whole family, enjoyable for nearly everyone, and simple enough to wrap your head around the concept in about 30 seconds. Enter Marble Mixer, a multiplayer title with three separate games jammed into one app to keep you shooting marbles all over the place like you don’t even own that high definition flat screen TV or overpriced Macbook Pro. Okay, well you’re playing it on an iPhone so let’s not get quite so carried away...

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Freaking Inkies HD

By |2011-07-10T23:30:09-05:00July 26, 2010|iPad Reviews|

Freaking Inkies is probably the most colorfully fun, shooter-based iPad game I have ever played. The back story is that you have a library of books and these Inkies, those freaking Inkies, are trying to ruin and write all over the pages. To protect your books you have to eliminate those Inkies by shooting them with a color ball that matches their color, yellow for yellow, red for red and so on...

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Ping Ping

By |2011-07-10T23:06:03-05:00July 23, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Ping Ping is kind of like bar room shuffleboard. Have you ever played it? The idea is that you slide several puck-like objects across a long piece of wood trying to land it in your competitor’s area. The difference in Ping Ping is that instead of trying to land it in a certain area of the board, you are trying to knock your opponent’s pucks off the board entirely. That would all be fine and good if it wasn't for one thing - it's incredibly boring to play the computer...

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