Wordfeud Cheat

September 3rd, 2015by

Wordfeud was the original Scrabble clone for the Android platform.  4 Years later, it’s still going strong as one of the top games on Google Play.  The developers have since launched a version for iOS as well, which is available for all Apple devices.  The main difference in Wordfeud and Scrabble is just the board…

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The Guides Walkthrough

September 1st, 2015by

The Guides is a new puzzle game for iOS available now on the App Store. It consists of hundreds of puzzles, codes and ciphers to solve. In addition to the beautiful design of the game, the puzzles themselves are very well thought out and the solutions all make sense once you solve them. That being…

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4 Pics 1 Band

May 5th, 2014by

True to the graphic puzzler genre, 4 Pics 1 Band gives a music theme to the category. Available on Facebook, 4 Pics 1 Band follows the traditional gameplay by featuring 4 images of normal, every day items, to help illustrate the name of the band. If you are an audiophile or music lover of any…

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Close Up Food

May 5th, 2014by

Close Up Food is another addition to the Close Up franchise, created by MediaFlex, Ltd. The theme of this game is centered around foodie culture and plays in the same manner, as its predecessor Close Up Pics. Fast Food, Organic, Vegetables, Fruits, Candy are all represented in this game. Your objective is to figure out…

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Whats The Difference

May 2nd, 2014by

Whats The Difference takes the original concepts set forth in Photo Hunt and turns it on its ear. Each level presents the same picture. The trick is figuring out what is missing from each one. Even focusing on the abstract miniscule things that are in each picture is a challenge. The brilliance of this game…

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Why Angry Birds Sucks

April 26th, 2014by

I woke up this morning to find an update to Angry Birds “classic” in the App Store on my iPhone.  The Short Fuse episode has 30 new levels, “Step into the laboratory with wacky scientists and crazy potions.”  The moment of excitement about a new episode and new levels was short lived though.   For a…

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2048 Game

April 22nd, 2014by

Every once in awhile, a mobile app or gaming concept will come along that blows you away in its addictiveness. The things that inspire me aren’t what inspire most people. Some of the things that have amazed me recently are the simplicity and classic user interface designs, straightforward gaming concepts and crisp graphics being offered….

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Close Up Animals

April 22nd, 2014by

Close Up Animals is a fun-themed free app that is part of the Close Up series of games. As is customary with all of the apps in the Close Up line, you spell out the animal, based on the letters in your rack. Time is also a factor that determines the amount of points you…

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Another Case Solved

March 25th, 2014by

The reason that Chillingo are one of my favorite mobile app developers is because they aren’t formulaic. There are several other developers that will take the time to develop a gaming concept from scratch and then release six or more variations on the same concept. For me, this is a bit derivative. I understand that…

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Doggie Let Me Out

March 17th, 2014by

Continuing to expand into the “room escape” arena, Man Zhang presents a new game that actually takes the concept a few steps further by introducing extenuating circumstances into the mix. Doggie Let Me Out is a free mobile app that has you searching throughout the room for something to distract your doggie, so that you…

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