Archive for August 27th, 2011

Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle, Phil and Freddy Go To Nashville

Tweet Price: $3.99 Rating:  Phil and Freddy Go to Nashville, by developer Michael Rigsby, is a children’s book revamped for the iPad that comes with loads of cheek, interactive elements, and cute animations. That being said, the app can feel downright amateur at times, and for the semi-high price of entry (the app clocks in […]

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Zombie Juice: Your Friendly Neighborhood Watering Hole Now Features Brains

Tweet Price: $.99 Rating: Zombie Juice iPhone App Video Review It’s inevitable, really. At some point the zombie apocalypse is going to find you. Best prepare now for the juicy situation. What? Did you think zombies just vanished into thin air when you took them out? No, sir. To help you face the inevitable with […]

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Weekly Roundup: Top 5 iPhone and iPad Apps of The Week

TweetSummer just keeps winding down (Is that a cool Autumn breeze we feel?) but we aren’t stopping with the app reviews, no sir! We’ve got your Top 5 iPhone and iPad Apps of the Week lined up and ready to go, but before that train pulls in, why not window shop some of the fun […]

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The Secret of Chateau de Moreau: Puzzles, Dialogue, and Questions, Oh My!

Tweet Price: $4.99 Rating:  The Secret of Chateau de Moreau, by developer Four Thirty Three, is a puzzler iPhone app that can only be described as dense. And I mean dense. For the five dollar price of entry, players can enjoy one of the richest and broadest point-and-click adventures available for the iPhone. The Secret […]

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Dive Into The Mouse Nest And Get Cheesy With Cheezia

Tweet Price: $ .99 Rating:  Cheezia, by developer Nordic Solutions Systems Oy, offers the kind of tight, puzzling package we like to see in a fresh iPhone app. The game features rich graphics and a unique concept, as well as two game modes to keep the ball rolling. Cheezia might be repetitive at times, but […]

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