By |2011-08-08T14:11:22-05:00July 13, 2011|iPhone Reviews|

I'm embarrassed to say that there is a game on my iPhone that has sat there for months. Literally. I received it to review and it got accidentally thrown into a folder never to be seen again. Until now. Not only is that game worth playing but quite frankly, it's fantastic. I present to you, Quell.


By |2011-07-10T22:59:12-05:00April 26, 2011|iPhone Reviews|

Blockees is a fun and addicting puzzle based game where you must align blocks that are the same color by sliding them around the screen. The premise behind Blockees is quite simple yet very hard to master. Each level it a totally new challenge that can take awhile to beat...

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Treasure Seekers II: The Enchanted Canvases

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

Dive headfirst into a Romanian castle shrouded in wonder and mystery with the inquisitive and determined protagonist, Nelly, in G5 Entertainment’s latest title, Treasure Seekers II: The Enchanted Canvases. An amped up version of traditional hidden puzzle games, G5 takes this to the next level with a constantly developing storyline, hordes of puzzles, and a number of unique minigames. Sounds pretty enticing, right?...

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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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By |2011-07-10T23:03:39-05:00September 9, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

I scream, you scream, we all scream for…puzzle games? Itchy Mitshi is here to serve up the latest color coded conundrum, taking cues from some obvious all time classics while spicing things up with a little flair and icy smooth graphics. Three game modes, three difficulty levels, Openfeint support, and a boatload of mind bending unlockable achievements are all here for the taking for a cool $1.99...

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The Jim and Frank Mysteries: The Blood River Files

By |2010-09-07T14:46:45-05:00September 7, 2010|iPad Reviews|

Follow along on a journey of two young boys as they try to solve a puzzle given to them by one of their grandfathers. As the boys progress through the quest they will need your help solving various puzzles and problems. Each time you help the boys will earn gold or information that will help them and you along the way...

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