With a learning cover easy to master by all ages, retro artwork and a whole ton of enticing gameplay obstacles, Drive and Jump ($0.99) is your typical top-down racer with a serious, addictive spin.
The platforming genre on the app store has seen a major increase over the past few months with the arrival of many new, decent platformers. Newest to the table, Max and the Magic Marker [$1.99], from publishers, EA and developers, Press Play, is a unique combination of puzzle and platforming
From the CodeCube Brothers, comes Marble Slalom a fresh takes on the ball-roller classification in which you race through many slalom tracks to achieve the best time. While it’s not as addicting as Tiny Wings, I’ve been in love with it since I got it about a week ago. I
I’m sure many of you have encountered problems with Apple’s standard supplied gear. I’m also sure many of you look for creative ways to make your iPod or iPhone look like you with a tint of your personality attached to the back. Well, the search has stopped with Sugru! Sugru