iOS App Review: Ski-On Neon

Ski-On Neon is the one app that I find the most addicting. The concept is simple; you ski to catch enough air and speed to beat the levels! The game design is also pretty simple. Different neon colors for each level are what make the game unique. The music is light and electronic. It matches [...]

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Could it be?? Angry Birds lands on Facebook

Move over Farmville, Angry Birds is continuing to move towards world domination. The unbelievably popular and addictive game made the jump from smartphone app to Facebook on Valentine’s Day. On smartphones and tablets alone, Angry Birds has been downloaded over 700 million times. This move to Facebook will be taking the game to the masses [...]


iOS App Review: Bike Baron

If you’re a fan of motorbikes, Bike Baron is for you! It’s a brand new app you can find on iTunes for a dollar and it’s worth every cent. Or, you can get it for free as a demo version. The only difference between the two is that the full version has tons more levels! [...]


iOS App Review: Paper Monsters!

Paper Monsters is an iOS app that is one of the most interesting games I’ve played. It’s also one of the best apps I’ve played. In Paper Monsters, you play as a young cardboard box hero who is the only hero that can save the world from the paper monsters and other bad guy stuff. [...]


iOS App Review: Mega Jump!

Mega Jump is free in the iTunes store and sometimes I can tell why. The game is hard. But, it can also be really fun. It’s totally worth the free download but it’s nearly impossible to progress and get to new levels. Levels cost coins and it’s hard to collect enough spending to coins to [...]


iOS App Review: Temple Run!

Being chased through an ancient temple by monkeys sounded like an adventure to me, so I decided to check out Temple Run! In Temple Run…Well…. Yeah, you run through a temple! I think it’s the first app that reminds me of an adventure like Indiana Jones. Who doesn’t want a chance to be like Indiana [...]

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GFace: Intense gaming on your web browser

GFace wants to make online gameplay more social and more fun. “..GFACE games are all about multiplayer, and it all starts right in your browser. If your friends are online just drag them into a game, and off you go.” It’s in a closed beta right now, but it the graphics and multiplayer capabilities look impressive. Quality [...]


Halo Vs. Call of Duty: FPS Showdown.

First person shooters are a HUGE part of online gameplay. Most PS3 and XBOX 360 owners either own a Halo game or a Call of Duty game but they will hardly ever like them equally. Why is that? What is the difference and why are gamers so biased on one franchise? Fans of Call of [...]


Why Other Video Games Should Learn From Bioshock

Bioshock was released in 2007 for XBOX 360 and remains one of the most popular video/computer games today. The story takes place in a sub-Atlantic city called Rapture. Yes, it’s underwater. You start the game in a plane crash and wash up on a lighthouse rock. You head inside and into a “bathosphere” (submarine) and [...]


Hylian Shield Cufflinks from your favorite Zelda

I’ve been on a bit of a nostalgia kick lately, and I’ve needed something to make myself feel young again. What better way than themed french cufflinks. Protect your wrists from Octorok attacks with these Legend of Zelda Hylian shield cufflinks and be part of an elite few warriors that dual wield shields. Few because [...]

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