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Havoc is a simple game with top down graphics. The concept is very simple; you choose one of three different monsters to play as your character. Once you choose your character and level you are onto the game play. For each level you are looking down on the monster who is walking straight down a path (Each level the path is different) and as you walk different items come towards you which you have to throw rocks at. To throw rocks you just drag your finger from your monster toward the object which you want to hit. You can pick up more rocks as they come across your path by simply tapping them. Once you reach the end of the path you’ve completed the level and you get points based on how many targets you hit and accuracy.
As the name describes, U.S. Traveler is made for travelers that call the United States their home and travel to countries outside their own. The application itself is overall very simple. In opening the app, on the “Countries” tab, you are presented with a list of countries & their correlating flags. I thought the added flags next to the country names were a nice touch, especially since most people can quickly find a country based on visual representation versus textual representation. I’ve traveled from the U.S. to numerous countries – Chile, Argentina, Germany & Italy to name a few. I cannot say that I was adequately prepared for the countries I visited, but this app for sure would have helped.
Keep Floating is an entertaining app that can definitely help to pass time. It’s a game that is simple enough for the kids to enjoy while the increasing difficulty makes it fun for adults as well. The game is fairly quick depending on how successful you are making it the perfect game to play while waiting, sitting around, or just for a fast fix. Regardless of the reason; it will definitely teach your reactions to be quick and precise in order to win.
What gadget lover doesn't dream of the day they can be wearing sunglasses with overlay displays, augmenting their reality with location statistics, friend status, emails and every so often, a video. While we haven't quite yet progressed to having a low-cost consumer device that does all these things, the Vuzix Wrap 1200 delivers on at least one of these features. Read on to learn more.
Last Temple is one of those matching games where you must drag your finger across three or more adjacent tiles of the same type to clear them. It’s actually a pretty solid implementation of such game play, and the challenges are certainly quite a challenge. However, Last Temple doesn’t really bring anything new to the genre. I remember having lots of fun playing a similar game called Azkend, and I just don’t get the same sense of addiction from Last Temple as I did from that game. If you love this type of game play (or are new to it) then Last Temple is a decent choice, but if this sub-genre of matching games has kind of warn on you, it might be better if you waited for Azkend 2.
is a graphics-fest of apocolyptic scenery, monsters, and technological nightmares! The game has some genuinely fun and hair-raising tactical scenarios (some predictable enemy behavior as well). The control options work well, and the game is very responsive in all but a few situations. If you are looking for yet another uber-assault TPS game that is simply gorgeous on iPad, then I imagine you will not flinch at plunking down the 8 bucks. TPS is not necessarily my cup of tea, but ShadowGun is a blast, and it is well-done.
This is a very nice way to express yourself. You can mix and match over 1,000 different combinations. Its very lite material that doesn't add any weight to the iphone. It has three parts, upper frame, lower frame, and back cover. These all come in different colors that can be matched however you wish. The Crystal series comes with a protective covering for the front glass.
Case Review: RokBed by RokForm
While everyone's attention is (justifiably) on the iPad 2 and it's apps and accessories these days, manufactures continue to make excellent cases for the iPhone. It's my job to make sure these cases don't go unnoticed. Here are a few new cases I've tested recently:
The nice folks at Just Mobile sent me their most recent deluxe stand for the iPhone to evaluate. Read on to find out how well this futuristic-looking iPhone holder designed by the respected Danish design company tools compares to other iPhone stands on the market.
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