FreeAppWin is not only known for giving away free stuff by using contests and apps; but it is also free itself! The concept is simple; you are able to download free apps and enter multiple contests with cash giveaways while looking through constant ads that support the overall prizes. The idea revolves around the advertisements; the more that there are, the more money that can be won. The developer is ingenious for using this idea since everyone loves to win things for free.
I’m not an animal lover, but I’m also not one to see innocent little creatures get consumed by vicious predators – at least not as a general rule. Unfortunately, Kula Blox makes the whole experience rather compelling. This cute “falling” game actually adds a couple of cool twists to the whole genre and in the process it manages to create an entertaining casual game. I honestly didn’t know much about Kula Blox before agreeing to review the game, but now I’m glad I volunteered for this adventure.
I love board games and video games, but I've never had a desire to combine the two. I've always been a firm believer that board games belong on a table (or the floor if there is an ample supply of pillows). But when I got my iPad, I decided I'd give e-board games a try. I was pleasantly surprised by the results.
The iPad still provides the tactile experience of the cardboard games, but it eliminates the set up and cleanup. The iPad also serves as a built-in score keeper and allows you play alone (because let's face it; board game fanatics don't always have a lot of friends). Here is a list of my top five favorite board games on the iPad. Note that most of these games are also available on the iPhone and iPod touch.
Stinger Games’ newly launched Stinger Foosball League takes a game that’s already a step removed from reality into a truly virtual environment. Foosball, of course, is the table version of football or soccer. With Stinger Foosball League, the field that was crammed into a table in a pub is now in your iOS device.