Hooked by the slightest idea of physics, I am now a patient suffering from addictiveness. Developed by Darkwave Games, and published by Chillingo, Master of Alchemy has you playing through many different levels with a puzzling premise in mind. If you’ve ever played Enigmo by Pangaea Software, you’d know what
This is something non-techies are starting to get about the iPad:
This is helped by the fact that though the iPad is a powerful computer, it doesn't do any of the annoying things that computers do.
The full review is worth a read.
Several iPad reviews popped up last night and this morning, and almost every one agrees: The iPad is a winner. Keep in mind, these reviews are from journalists who've actually used the device, not techies who read the specs and put together a critique. We at iPhone Alley read all reviews so you don't have to, and provided some highlights from the various publications below.
Following an in-depth investigation spurred by an anonymous developer tip, the MobileCrunch web site has revealed that the public relations firm Reverb Communications has been actively posting bogus reviews on Apple's App Store for its clients’ games, and offering the same service to potential clients.
The reviews are in for the iPhone 3G. The same guys who got special treatment from Apple last year once again got their paws on the latest and greatest from Apple. David Pogue of the New York Times, Ed Baig of USA Today, and Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal all had a chance to play with the iPhone 3G for about two weeks.