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By Brihanna Watson On 26 Jun, 2011 At 12:59 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

In Gameloft’s BackStab, the gamer becomes Henry Blake, an officer in the Royal Navy currently battling the Spaniards. Immediately thrust into battle, the beginning of the game gives a good tutorial in moving and battling with your new found hero. Armed with only a sword at first you thrust and slash your way through enemies, […]


By Simon Burns On 24 Jun, 2011 At 04:49 PM | Categorized As Reviews, Windows Phone | With 0 Comments

Plants vs Zombies is the latest game to be ported to Windows Phone 7 in Microsoft’s recent push for well known titles in the Marketplace. PopCaps game is well known for a reason, and that is the combination of high quality, addictive gameplay and a hearty sense of humour. This combination has made the app […]


By Samantha Myers On 23 Jun, 2011 At 11:48 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

I was given Rolling Ranch to review and was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to get into this game. It’s a bit of snooker, mini golf and pinball all rolled into one. The game is set on Earp’s ranch and the aim is to to help the farmer to bring all his animals […]


By Brihanna Watson On 23 Jun, 2011 At 03:15 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

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 Simon Burns On 20 Jun, 2011 At 07:06 PM | Categorized As Reviews, Windows Phone | With 0 Comments

We recently reviewed Flory for Windows Phone 7, at the time one of the few solutions to fill the chat shaped hole in WP7’s armoury. We liked it, but bemoaned the lack of features and the baffling amount of bugs in the release, and while some of those bugs have been fixed, we were very […]


By Christina Arrechavala On 17 Jun, 2011 At 09:59 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

At first glance, Eco Mania is a very simplistic game, but dig deeper and more is discovered. The objective of Eco Mania is to sort the variety of objects that are coming down the conveyor belt into the four main bins: paper, metal, glass, and plastic. The more points you rack up, the faster the […]


By Simon Burns On 17 Jun, 2011 At 12:16 AM | Categorized As iPad, Reviews | With 0 Comments

The loneliness of space is something that very few videogames have managed to really portray, either in the past or with the current generation of games, so it’s pleasing that A Long Way Home manages to get the feeling of being totally alone in the far reaches of space across. You play an astronaut, stranded […]


By Christina Arrechavala On 16 Jun, 2011 At 09:38 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

One of the very few apps that Apple has personally made for their iDevices, iMovie has dramatically changed how video is handled on the iPhone. With a one time price of $4.99, iMovie can be handled on your iPod 4g, iPhone 4g, iPad 2, and Macs. Every tool you need is laid out for you. […]


By Simon Burns On 15 Jun, 2011 At 11:43 AM | Categorized As Reviews, WebOS | With 0 Comments

The first thing that impresses you when you first boot up Slide RSS is that there is a cool little animation on the apps title screen. Not a major thing by any stretch of the imagination, but a lovely touch, and it makes me wonder why other apps don’t have things like this. Ok, so […]


By Simon Burns On 13 Jun, 2011 At 02:56 PM | Categorized As Reviews, Windows Phone | With 0 Comments

These days where social networking is one of the most important aspects of the Internet mean that, for many the Twitter clients available for a smartphone can define a platform. We recently took a look at the latest Twitter app for webOS, Phnx, and loved it so much we called it ‘the best Twitter app […]


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