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DropPlop! - Addictive Game For The iPhone

DropPlop! - Addictive Game For The iPhone

DropPlop! - a game both children and adults can play. Purpose of the game is to stop the beach balls falling into the sea. The challenge is to keep them up in the air as long as possible. The game has 11 levels and can be played along with friends and family.
The game becomes faster paced and addictive at increasing levels, requiring quicker responses to stop the beach balls disappearing into the sea.


The Worm Game

The Worm Game

New developer releases first game on the App Store.

'The Worm Game' challenges you to jump 100 fences with your silkworm. The game
utilises a simple physics based game mechanic which allows you to swing from thread to
thread, hurdling over fence-posts as you go.

Clean graphics with addictive gameplay.

Good luck, your challenge awaits!


'Viking Command' now available Free on App Store

'Viking Command' now available Free on App Store

Defend your army against plummeting balls of fiery rock, pillaging Viking soldiers, and extreme weather conditions highlighted in the newest, addicting game from Sidebolt, Viking Command. In this free mobile app, available now, players will battle their way through six unique and increasingly challenging Viking battlefields, directing their soldiers into garrisons to be resupplied before sending them back out into combat.


DropPlop! - Addictive Game For The iPhone

DropPlop! - Addictive Game For The iPhone

DropPlop! - a game both children and adults can play. Purpose of the game is to stop the beach balls falling into the sea. The challenge is to keep them up in the air as long as possible. The game has 11 levels and can be played along with friends and family.
The game becomes faster paced and addictive at increasing levels, requiring quicker responses to stop the beach balls disappearing into the sea.


BucketCatch! - FREE ADDICTIVE GAME FOR THE IPHONE

BucketCatch! - FREE ADDICTIVE GAME FOR THE IPHONE

BucketCatch! - a game both children and adults can play. Purpose of the game is to catch the beach balls before they fall into the sea. The game has 11 levels and can be played along with friends and family. The game becomes faster paced and addictive at increasing levels, requiring quicker responses to stop the beach balls disappearing into the sea.


BucketCatch! - FREE ADDICTIVE GAME FOR THE IPHONE

BucketCatch! - FREE ADDICTIVE GAME FOR THE IPHONE

BucketCatch! - a game both children and adults can play. Purpose of the game is to catch the beach balls before they fall into the sea. The game has 11 levels and can be played along with friends and family. The game becomes faster paced and addictive at increasing levels, requiring quicker responses to stop the beach balls disappearing into the sea.


Are Most Games on the iPhone Really Worth It?

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With the introduction of the iPhone in 2007, a new demographic of gamers was created that could only be paralleled by the release of Nintendo's Wii in 2006. The iPhone is now technically the highest-selling portable gaming device, and yet challengers such as myself will still come along and ask: are most iPhone games really worth the money that some developers are charging us?



DropPlop! - Addictive Game For The iPhone

DropPlop! - Addictive Game For The iPhone

DropPlop! - a game both children and adults can play. Purpose of the game is to stop the beach balls falling into the sea. The challenge is to keep them up in the air as long as possible. The game has 11 levels and can be played along with friends and family.
The game becomes faster paced and addictive at increasing levels, requiring quicker responses to stop the beach balls disappearing into the sea.


BucketCatch! - FREE ADDICTIVE GAME FOR THE IPHONE

BucketCatch! - FREE ADDICTIVE GAME FOR THE IPHONE

BucketCatch! - a game both children and adults can play. Purpose of the game is to catch the beach balls before they fall into the sea. The game has 11 levels and can be played along with friends and family. The game becomes faster paced and addictive at increasing levels, requiring quicker responses to stop the beach balls disappearing into the sea.


Game Roundup: Sokoban-Inspired Puzzles

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One of the earliest computer games was Sokoban, a well-crafted Japanese puzzle creation whose name literally meant "warehouse keeper." The 1982 PC-based game featured a pixelated person in a warehouse, moving boxes from one point to another to solve a puzzle.



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