OFFICIAL APP REVIEW

Review: Pacific Rim game for iOS

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Pacific Rim is a science fiction film that hits theaters Friday, July 12th. It takes place in the 2020s when monsters called Kaiju rose through portals in the sea and began attacking our civilization. To defend ourselves, humans created giant robots called Jaegars. Together with a heroic former pilot and trainee, the team must defend…

Review: Mansion Run game for iOS

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Meet Bones Wellington. You’re going to be spending a lot of time with him if you decide to invest in a new game called Mansion Run. He’s essentially a living skeleton living in a nice home, but it’s haunted by ghosts. He needs to make a run from the ghosts by switching through floors and…

Review: Frog Orbs game for iOS

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Frog Orbs is an addictive game for iPhone and iPad from Ballpit Monster that revolves around a frog trying to protect his magical orbs and save his flies from enemies. Okay, maybe that sounds weird. It’s a good game though, trust me. I’ve been playing it for almost a week and I’m pretty hooked. It’s…

Review: DataMan Pro for iOS

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DataMan Pro is an app for iPhone and iPad that allows users to stay on top of their tiered data plan by rigorously tracking how much data they use on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis to avoid those nasty overage fees. I was able to spend some time with it for the past week…

Review: Slash Monsters game for iOS

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Just in time for Halloween is the Slash Monsters game for iOS from Fishing Cactus. It’s not totally Halloween-themed, but this game does feature plenty of undersea monsters slowly approaching you and it’s your job to slice ‘em. It’s somewhat like Fruit Ninja, except there’s a legitimate themed background instead of a wooden board and…

Review: vjay for iPad

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Since day the first iPad was released on April 3, 2010, people have questioned whether it could be used as a content creation device. There was never any doubt that it was perfect for content consumption, but people today still laugh at the idea of the iPad ever being used as a serious tool for…

Review: Next Issue for iPad and Android tablets

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Next Issue is, in a nutshell, the Netflix for magazine subscriptions. You sign up for the Next Issue service, download the iPad app, and for a flat monthly fee you have unlimited access to the pretty decently sized magazine selection Next Issue currently offers. It’s that simple. Even though Apple launched Newsstand last year with…

Review: Flight Control Rocket – Want to go to space

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Firemint’s Flight Control has been an absolute smash hit for the company and has paved the way for the its future library of equally awesome games like Real Racing 2 and  Spy Mouse. That’s why when I heard Flight Control was receiving a sequel that is taking the tried and true addictive gameplay mechanics in a…

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