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‘Super Lemonade Factory’ App Review – A Blend of Good & Bad

The name is probably the first thing that you notice about an application before all of the screenshots, the description and all that other jazz of the same sort. There are pros and cons to having a funky name: enticing potential customers who are simply intrigued and turning off others. Although Super Lemonade Factory ($0.99) isn't the most coherent title, it doesn't take away from the pure excitement that the recently released mix of platforming and puzzles boasts.

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Winners: We’ve Got Six Promo Codes to Giveaway for Super Crate Box!

The game that everyone is crazy about made its way into our hands in abundance, thanks to the generosity of the developers, so we're offering our readers the chance of winning one of six promo codes for Super Crate Box, the iOS port of the desktop gaming craze of the web!

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Super Crate Box Already Boasting First Content Update

As developer Vlambeer promised when they released their iOS port of their popular desktop predecessor, Super Crate Box, if the game reached 5,000,000 crates collected in total, they would add additional, iOS-exclusive content in the form of updates. That milestone was achieved in under one day, and the game, currently sitting at 16 million crates collected, will be updated with some pretty sweet content within the next few days.

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Super Crate Box App Review – Vlambeer Nailed This Bite-Sized Successor

Developed by Vlambeer, with the help of Halfbot (developer of The Blocks Cometh; runner up game for 2011), Super Crate Box for iOS, the popular desktop version's successor, was released just today for $0.99. Price in mind, the game successfully offers compelling gameplay that mixes up platforming and running and gunning action and is presented and executed in such a way to make your mouth water with satisfaction.

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Extreme Golf App Review

For me, the iPhone is the best platform for 2D golf games. It just feels natural, almost as if the arcade genre was made specially for the device. Among the few that aren’t as realistic as you’d say something like Tiger Woods PGA TourĀ© 12 or any other full-fledged, 3D

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‘Super Stick(man) Golf’ Multiplayer Update

One of my favorite games till today, Super Stick Golf (My Review) will be receiving an update on the 12th, which will add multiplayer via Game Center to the already uber-perfect gameplay. Glowing perfect review for the game, tons of content and now this. The update will serve as a

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Super Mega Bot, Flash Game, Coming Soon to iOS

Following the success of other flash ports currently on the app store, developers of Super Mega Bot have announced that they will port their game over to iOS making it playable on iDevices. In the game, you play as a robot who bounces up and down on the screen: your

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Super Stick Golf App Review – Super-Duper, Irresistible, Zany Golf

My favorite game of all time for the iDevice: Stick Golf. The casual, arcade platforming action sucks me up for hours every single time I play without fail. You can guess I was overjoyed on Friday, when the sequel Super Stick Golf made its arrival on the app store. It

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Super Blast 2 App Review – A Fun Little Delicacy of the App Store

Super Blast 2 from Phantoom Entertainment is the long awaited sequel to their previous endeavor which is currently free. Just released today, Super Blast 2 is a casual yet also intense shmup that while being incredibly addictive, can also be a little repetitive. The game, alike the prequel, is a

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iPad’s A4 Processor Gets X-Rayed, Confirmed to be ARM Cortex A8

The cool cats at iFixit, with the help from the guys at Chipworks, have fully dissected and X-rayed an Apple A4 chip, the iPad's central processing hub. Their findings confirmed that the A4 processor is built using a "package on package" method, meaning that the 256MB of Samsung-provided SDRAM is stacked immediately atop the CPU, which is noted as being reductive to both latency and energy use.

With a single core processor inside, the iFixit team concluded the iPad had to be running on a Cortex A8 chip, which seems the likeliest choice at this point. Even with this, there remained the assertion that it couldn't be a Cortex A9 MPCore chip inside, though this is up for debate as the Cortex A9 MPCore chips also come in single-core options.

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