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SongPop is a precious little diversion for a few minutes at a time

A nice little niche has been established in the mobile world by games that let us compete directly against our friends while not forcing us to look at our phone right this minute all the time. Words With Friends and Draw Something are the most notable, but newcomer SongPop is looking to carve itsel ... Full Article »

February 12, 2013 6:00pm

Where's My Perry? is too easy to keep you coming back

Where's My Perry? is weirdly named; at all times you know exactly where your Perry is (it’s actually so named because this is kind of a sequel to Where's My Water?). Perry is hiding in a tube, waiting for you to use your six year-old powers of deduction to open a door for him. Yes, Where's My Perr ... Full Article »

February 9, 2013 1:30pm

Retro platforming shooter Megatroid Android game really innovates

Megatroid is a game from Triolith Entertainment, who also brought us Wisp and Thunder Bang. It's a simple platforming shooter inspired by retro titles like Mega Man and Metroid, though the game didn't feel very Metroid to me without the exploration elements. It's a solid title with some really uniqu ... Full Article »

February 1, 2013 6:00pm

Fancy Android app is comparable to the uber-popular Pinterest

Fancy this, fancy that, and keep it all in the free Fancy app for Android. This app is designed for curators of style and those who love to live the high life. The Fancy app is like browsing through a free magazine filled with all your heart’s desires. The app’s modern design scheme is very user ... Full Article »

February 1, 2013 3:30pm

Iron Crusade is an obsessive tank battler

Some of the greatest time wasters on the PC involve sitting your digital tank on the side of a hill and trying to launch ordinance at the opposing tank on the other hill. Iron Crusade is one of those games, and it's a good one, and I might actually play it again someday. As I said before, this is a ... Full Article »

January 30, 2013 1:15pm

Slices for Twitter looks to curate your followers

Looking to be a cut above the dozens of Twitter apps on the market, OneLouder’s Slices for Twitter presents a Holo-themed application chock full of features. Like their previous social network app, Friendcaster, Slices attempts to differentiate itself from the competition with a well-designed UI a ... Full Article »

January 28, 2013 12:30pm

Monsters Ate My Condo fulfills your gaming appetite

Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim has a knack for making over-the-top games. Their previous title, Robot Unicorn Attack, took two unlikely recipes and created surprisingly fun gameplay. While you won’t find a lovely soundtrack here, Monsters Ate My Condo delivers the same crazy-injected gameplay that ... Full Article »

January 25, 2013 3:30am

Pay your bar tab with the Friday’s app for Android

Do you have massive cravings for TGI Friday’s every day? Then you will definitely want to check out the free Friday’s app for Android. Now you can have Friday in the palm of your hand all the time! The best part of this delicious app is you can start a tab with the app and even settle up your bi ... Full Article »

January 22, 2013 5:30pm

Machinarium is an incredibly well thought-out adventure game

Movie critic Robert Ebert once claimed that “movies will never be art.” While its doubtful game’s like Angry Birds will ever grace art galas, a title like Amanita Design’s Machinarium proves time and time again that the video game medium can be as emotionally engaging as a beautifully crafte ... Full Article »

January 21, 2013 3:30pm

Avoid dysentery and disembowelment as you head west on the Organ Trail

Who among us in the younger generations can honestly say they don't fondly remember playing The Oregon Trail on the school computers when we were children and such? It was a challenging, educational and mostly memorable gaming experience. Organ Trail: Director's Cut is practically the same game, onl ... Full Article »

January 20, 2013 3:30am

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