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By Brihanna Watson On 30 Oct, 2011 At 10:18 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Hungry Sumo from Ninja Kiwi is a fun arcade game with a simple concept – feed your sumo to crush the others! This flash game turned app is easy to play and combines several other successful concepts used by other apps that help make it so enjoyable. To begin with you are instructed to feed […]


By Brihanna Watson On 30 Oct, 2011 At 09:19 PM | Categorized As 10 Best Free iPhone Apps this week | With 0 Comments

Here is our countdown of the Top 10 Free iPhone Apps of the Week. Don’t let these gems pass you by. Save your money, and go free!     1. Rope’n’Fly – From Dusk Till Dawn Use your ropes to swing a destructible ragdoll from one skyscraper to the others. You have full control over your […]


By Brihanna Watson On 24 Oct, 2011 At 03:47 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Now I’m not one to pick a real time strategy game when it comes to the iOS platform. Quite a bit of them are tetious or the user interface just doesn’t work. Though seeing some great buzz around this next app, I decided to give it a go. Anthill: Tactical Trail Defense from Image and Form […]


By Brihanna Watson On 24 Oct, 2011 At 03:40 AM | Categorized As 10 Best Free iPhone Apps this week | With 2 Comments

Here is our countdown of the Top 10 Free iPhone Apps of the Week. Don’t let these gems pass you by. Save your money, and go free!     1. Facebook Messenger Facebook Messenger is a faster way to send mobile messages to friends. With Messenger, you can send and receive messages with any of […]


By Brihanna Watson On 21 Oct, 2011 At 05:51 AM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

If you are a console game lover then you know how much horror themed games have changed gaming. From Resident Evil’s creepy monster dogs to the eerie static noises of Silent Hill, it’s definitely a genre that isn’t going away any time soon. The outrageous stories keep these games fresh and exciting. The app store […]


By Brihanna Watson On 17 Oct, 2011 At 07:49 AM | Categorized As 10 Best Free iPhone Apps this week | With 0 Comments

Here is our countdown of the Top 10 Free iPhone Apps of the Week. Don’t let these gems pass you by. Save your money, and go free!     1. Flashlight Flashlight.☀ is the BEST, ONLY, and LAST Flashlight APP you will ever own on your iPhone!!!  This Flashlight APP has been tested, perfected, and […]


By Brihanna Watson On 16 Oct, 2011 At 06:22 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

App Junkie is a regular feature where Brihanna Watson, self-confessed app junkie, takes a look at an app that has got her attention. She will dissect the app in her own style, but still keep to the rigorous testing policy of the site. If you are indeed an ‘app junkie’, and find yourself spending an […]


By Brihanna Watson On 14 Oct, 2011 At 04:18 AM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

Facebook has certainly taken over the world and you know it’s made an impression when even your grandparents have a profile. As many things it does and people it connects, Facebook hasn’t always had the most optimal platform when it comes to mobile. It continues to be the top in free social apps in the […]


By Brihanna Watson On 10 Oct, 2011 At 06:43 AM | Categorized As 10 Best Free iPhone Apps this week | With 0 Comments

Here is our countdown of the Top 10 Free iPhone Apps of the Week. Don’t let these gems pass you by. Save your money, and go free!     1. Stupidness 3 If you like Stupidness 2, you will definitely enjoy it’s sequel, Stupidness 3! It comes with 10x more mind-blowing tricky questions! How high […]


By Brihanna Watson On 8 Oct, 2011 At 05:31 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Another World – 20th Anniversary is a rerelease of an old classic, dusted off and revitalized just for iOS. Also known as Out of This World, the game was released on more than a dozen platforms since 1991 and has been hailed by players and critics alike. It was ahead of its time in graphics […]


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