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iPhone Alley’s 5-1 Best Reviewed Games of 2011

We’re joining in on the masses of other similar lists that have been released on iOS-centric blogs with our take of the best iOS games of the year. Although the list shows a concrete list of games, we didn’t get a chance to review every single awesome application of the

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iPhone Alley’s 10-6 Best Reviewed Games of 2011

We’re joining in on the masses of other similar lists that have been released on iOS-centric blogs with our take of the best iOS games of the year. Although the list shows a concrete list of games, we didn’t get a chance to review every single awesome application of the

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Alleyside Daily #4: AT&T Gets Cold Feet, Jurassic Park, Cute Dogs, Christmas Cases, iPhone Cake

iPhone Alley introduces a brand new way to stay up-to-date on all things happening in the world of iOS. Alleyside Daily is a roundup of news headlines, applications, and products delivered in a unique IM-style, opinionated format.

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Easily Download Paid Apps for Free with FreeMyApps

Back in the day, we posted about what was a cool service called OfferedApp. While it looks like that has gone under, another service of the same breed has popped up. Dubbed FreeMyApps, the service allows users to get paid apps completely free. Zero registration, zero hassle and zero payment.

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Apple Adds New iTunes List, “Benchmark Games”, We Agree

I’m not sure how recently this list was added by Apple, but it was new for me, so I decided to post about it. Apple has compiled yet another one of their popular App Store lists, which this time around includes links to Apple’s “Benchmark Games” for multiple categories.

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Happy Thanksgiving! How to Find App Sales and Freebies

First off, on behalf of iPhoneAlley, I’d like to wish you all a merry, happy and fulfilling Thanksgiving! Secondly, I’d like to let you all know of how you can go about finding sales made into reality kudos to today’s national holiday.

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‘Shadowgun’ App Review – A Bug-Plagued, Yet Awing, Adventure of Aesthetic Satisfaction

If you haven’t yet seen Shadowgun, haven’t heard of it or didn’t have the curiousity to check it out in action on YouTube after seeing or hearing about it, then there’s something morbidly wrong with you. New from Madfinger Games, the game has already topped the charts thanks to its

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Halfbrick’s New Game, Jetpack Joyride Releases September 1st

Halfbrick, creators of the widely popular Fruit Ninja [$0.99], have been on fire lately. They’ve already released two more games in addition to the successful fruit-killing game and also released ‘Fruit Ninja Kinect’ recently”. Now their fourth game for iOS is ready for release – September 1st to be exact,

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Roboto App Review – A Beautiful Platformer for iOS

He’s simply learning how to rocketboard, and his dream girl unexpectedly blasts off to a whole different galaxy than the one he’s on. What does he do? Go after her of course! That’s the whole story behind Fenix Fire’s new platformer, Roboto which conveniently is also the name of the

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Get Your Favorite Game Characters Physically Retro’d

Back in the day when pixel-style artwork was the norm, I’m sure that many people envisioned polished graphics in their games hoping to see something different. Now, it’s the other way around; I, anyways, love applications on the App Store that feature 8-bit, retro artwork while I have an almost

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