Nametrix is an excellent idea, created by someone who knows. The developer actually wrote the app whilst on paternity leave, and no one knows names like freshly minted parents. There is a wealth of information available to you ...
Gravestompers is a cute and enjoyable 3rd-person endless-horde style game. It's been out for awhile for iOS, and is now available for Android devices. While additional purchases are not required, the game's market entices you ...
Music Invaders takes an old standard and adds a little modern fun to the mix. The classic retro ships and familiar gameplay will have you reliving your Space Invaders glory days, while the sweet music keeps you rockin’ along to...
As a storybook application, Put Me in the Story is a nice children's iPad app. The books, even at a premium, are nicely illustrated and the read-to-me narration quite good. The personalization, however, is clunky and isn't ne...
Overall though, Green Jelly is a game that is fun to look at and fun to play. While it isn't a free game ($.99 for iPod, $1.99 for iPad), the fact that it contains no in-app purchases at all completely makes up for the initial ...
Flat out, Allods Adventure HD is one of the best mobile games I’ve played in a while (and I play tons of them). The environments are just beautiful to look at, there is a great variety and challenge in each and every puzzle, an...
In this eco-aware children's storybook app, pollution has caused the north pole to melt, and it's up to Frank Duffy to help move Santa's operation to the south pole in order to save Christmas.
I would equate trying to play Knights & Dragons with Mafia Wars (or any of the countless social games) on Facebook. You can do a few things here and there, and then you’re stuck. You either have to play it for just a few minu...
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