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What I played this week - Cubyrinth, Warpspeed 2, and Blast Angle HD

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3 small games this week (none over 100MB in size), all of which can be had on the app store in like a minute. Cubyrinth is a puzzle solver that will require your concentration and some Rubik's experience; Warpspeed 2 is a 3D racer with addictively retro sound/graphics; Blast Angle HD is a Dome Wars (or Scorched Earth on PC) redo with a sharp and vibrant look. Read on for the mini-reviews and vids...



iPhone Life Weekly Weekend Giveaway 5/18

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Every weekend we will be raffling off tons of great apps and accessories for FREE. Here's how it works: Every Friday we will announce the prizes being given away through iPhoneLife.com, Facebook, and Twitter. To enter the giveaway, go to iPhoneLife.com/giveaways. On Monday morning we will randomly select the winners. If you win an app, we will email you the promo code to redeem the app for free. If you win an accessory, we will mail it to you.



AP Calculus Review

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The AP Calculus power review app is made to help anyone get ready for a big test or exam in their AP Calculus class.  Everyone knows that calculus is one of the most difficult math courses around and when you're in the advanced placement class it is even more difficult.  This app is great because it allows you to pull it out and start studying anywhere you go.  There are two main sections to the app, study and information. 



[Preview] Infinity Blade: Dungeons. Gameplay Video Sneak Peek!

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Months have passed since I first brought tidings of a new story, the latest installment in the EPIC Infinity Blade saga. Today at long last, I treat you to a gameplay preview, courtesy of Joystiq.

 



Now Bloomberg is reporting that new iPhone will have a larger screen

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Major media reports this week are all indicating that the new iPhone will have a larger screen -- likely 4 inches. First the Wall Street Journal reported that Sharp, LG, and Japan Display were getting their production lines ready to start producing the larger displays for the next iPhone. Then Reuters reported that production of the new screens could begin as early as next month.



Review: UFO Adventure by Greg Chaffins

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There was a time when a considerable amount of my gaming focus went to third person adventure game classics from the likes of companies such as Sierra Online and LucasArts.  That time has passed, in large part due to the fact that such games aren’t nearly as prevalent any more, but thankfully developers are starting to see the merit of this genre, and in particular this visual perspective, on modern gaming platforms.  One such developer is Greg Chaffins, and his latest effort, simply titled UFO Adventure, shows he knows a thing or two about what I remember from my childhood and teen years.



Review: USB Cell Drive: Cellink I

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USB Cell Drive came out with a couple new products, with one of them being the Cellink I. This neat little gadget is like a mini Swiss army knife that contains some useful tools/features. To start, this little device has a built in 600 mAH battery. Its function is to not fully recharge your device, but to provide you an emergency power source when you are getting low or critical. The version I am using works with iPhone, iPod and iPad.



Round ‘em Up and Ride Out: Bloody Western for iOS

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Bloody Western: the title says it all.  This social network games-inspired RPG is a great games with friends option for those who like their gaming and socializing to intersect.  A ton of content and a truly impressive adherence to theme make Bloody Western one of the best games for guys I’ve played on iOS this year.



Draw some things with the Draw Thing

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I've seen a lot of styluses (styli?) over the years, but the latest offering looks like it will be a lot of fun, and for the right purposes, could be quite comfortable.



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