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Monsters Ate My birthday Cake (iOs) Review

In a quaint little village, a young boy awakens to find his greatest fear has been realized; monsters have eaten his birthday cake. And so begins your quest in the aptly named Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake. You play as said you...
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FCB Pinball (iOs) Review

GOOOOOAAAALLLL! With the World Cup on the minds (and lips) of seemingly everyone lately, soccer (or football, if you prefer) is a hot topic lately. And what better way to celebrate your love for the sport than with a brand new ...
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Mini Monet (iOs) Review

Finally, an art app for kids that goes beyond cookie cutter coloring pages. Mini Monet is an universal app for iPhone and iPad that promises to be “a creative playground for little kids”. If you have children, likely your iOs d...
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Towncraft (iOs) Review

So much wilderness, so little time… Towncraft is a game that lets you play intrepid pioneer, building a town from scratch, completely to your liking. As you begin the game, you are placed in an area of wilderness, devoid ...
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Left in the Dark: No One On Board (iOs) Review

On board a spooky, deserted ship, one detective must uncover the mysteries behind an ancient curse. In Left in the Dark: No One On Board, you play as an old time detective who has been summoned to a seemingly cursed town. A lon...

 
Peepo and the Unfinished Story (iOS) Review
Peepo and the Unfinished Story (iOS) Review
Peepo and the Unfinished Story (iOS) Review

Peepo and the Unfinished Story (iOS) Review

SlimCricket's latest family friendly, interactive story book app is Peepo and the Unfinished Story, and it's their finest work to date.
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The Ghost Archives: Haunting of Shady Valley (iOs) Review

When death comes for us, it is time to cross over to a new existence in the afterlife. But sometimes souls get stuck somewhere in between, no longer living but for some reason unable to cross over to the other side. It’s a fasc...
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Japanese Folktale Series 4-6 (iOs) Review

For parents looking to expand horizons while building a love of reading, the books in the Japanese Folktale Series offers familiar lessons in a different way. Readers are treated to a look at the traditions of a different cultu...