App Reviews

Infestor App Review – Takes Platforming Extraterrestrial

Based on the developer's past App Store record, it's safe to say that iOS game-maker Ravenous Games certainly has the platforming formula down, along other things. Previously at the helm of popular titles including League of Evil, League of Evil 2, Random Heroes, and Beatdown, the indie developer has managed to capture the App Store's attention with its extensive lineup. Recently released, Infestor ($0.99) is the newest addition to Ravenous Games' collection of retro platformers, and it certainly does not fail to satisfy.

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‘Temple Run 2′ Debuts on iOS to Reach Top Spot on App Store

Imangi Studios’ Temple Run has had quite the run; its success is only second to Rovio’s Angry Birds series. There was just something incredibly addictive about stealing that idol and attempting to maneuver your adventurer as far as possible to achieve the highest score possible, which would also give you

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1Password App Review – Keep Your Passwords in 1Place

It seems that every single website that one visits nowadays requires a login in order to utilize all of the website’s features to the optimal extent. Whether it’s the casual social networking websites such as Facebook or Twitter, or an online banking website, a user’s overall security is safeguarded with

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Noble Nutlings App Review – Nutty Fun by Former Angry Birds Devs

From former makers of Angry Birds comes a new studio and a new game. Boomlagoon is a newly founded studio consisting of three Angry Birds developers who had recently left Rovio. Following its history with Rovio, Boomlagoon is hoping to carve out its own identity. Those looking for an Angry

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App Review: Last Knight Takes First for Most-Deserving Endless Runner

If everyone had a nickel for each of the endless runners that the App Store currently hosts, the whole world would be crawling with richness. Simply said, there are more endless runners for iOS than one could possibly shake a stick at. From dangerously running across the rooftops of buildings, to chilling escapes from hoards of angry primates, it seems every corner of the App Store houses an app in which players are desperately running away from something. The premise has been almost too commonly used today, leaving the factors determining such an app's popularity up to its content and graphical style. Last Knight ($0.99) shows how much potential there is, yet, to the endless running genre with its incredible visuals and content value.

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Man in a Maze App Review – A-maze-ing

Picture yourself in a game show built around solving different mazes. As you progress through the show, mazes will become much harder, with some involving robots…deadly robots. Now picture yourself playing Chillingo’s brilliant new title: Man in a Maze ($0.99). Man in a Maze is built around a deadly twist

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Build Your Kingdom to Save Middle Earth in The Hobbit iPhone Game – Review

The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle Earth (free) is a massively multiplayer online strategy game where the objective is simply to rebuild your kingdom to defend against attacks from the enemy. Playing as Elves or Dwarves, tasks include managing resources, building structures, researching new technology and forming alliances. However, each action

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Minigore: Zombies 2 App Review – A Bloody Good Time

Zombies moan, as they inch nearer and nearer. You’re seemingly surrounded by the brainless horde, and only armed with one option: your trusty machine gun. You violently smash the trigger, as you vigorously twirl in circles, attempting to cover each side. Undead corpses collapse at your feet; when you hear

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N.Y. Zombies 2 App Review – The Fun Isn’t Dead

Your world is in shambles…family, friends, neighbors… all dead. The Infected thrive as a wall of undead wanting nothing more than to see your demise. Each breath you take could be your last. Enter a world of chaos, misery, and mystery. Enter N.Y. Zombies 2 ($1.99). Foursaken Media brought out

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How to Enjoy Push E-mail from Gmail Without the App

Gmail users have enjoyed some ups and downs in recent days. First, an upgraded iPhone app was released on December 4. The update finally made it possible to configure multiple accounts. On December 10, Gmail users plummeted into a panic on Twitter when the mail service briefly crashed. The downtime

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