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Editor's Choice

geoDefense

geoDefenseEditors ChoiceThis puzzle action game combines the strategic ebb and flow found in chess with colorful, explosive graphics that reminded me of the classic arcade game, Stargate. Critical Thought’s David Whatley has done an outstanding job combining the game’s devilishly addictive puzzle qualities with 30 levels of fast-action fun. This is one of those games that will keep you up at night until the first rays of the sun appear in the eastern sky—or until your battery dies!

 

Bejeweled 2

Bejelwed2EditorsChoiceBejeweled 2 on the iPhone and iPod touch is by far the best version of the game PopCap has ever produced. The subtle graphics include an occasional reflective sheen, the smooth glide of the gems, and bolts of crackling electricity obliterating matching gems. The high-fidelity stereo sound of gems being collected and destroyed has to be heard to be believed. Bejeweled is one of the most addictive puzzle games I’ve ever played.

Crazy Machines

Crazy Machines is virtually a remake of the once-popular The Incredible Machine series published by Sierra Entertainment. The concept behind the game is to construct a working, Rube Goldberg-style contraption that will transport a ball from a starting point on the screen to a designated end point using the objects available. The variety of 70 different objects includes billiard balls, boilers, magnifying glasses, candles, and much more.

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