Countdown of the 10 Best Apps of the Month – February 2012

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5. Evi, Format: iPhone, Score: 90%

Reviewed 2nd February, read full review here

This app has been billed as an alternative to Siri for those people without an iPhone 4S, so did it live up to the hype? Well it was one of the best apps of it’s type outside of Siri, and although Siri is safe for the moment, this app bodes well for the future.

Evi - True Knowledge


4. Reckless Racing 2, Format: iPhone, Score: 90%

Reviewed 2nd February, read full review here

This super sequel really impressed us, by improving on everything good in the first game and adding nearly all the features we felt were missing from the original. With highly polished graphics, decent controls and plethora of modes, this a great racer.

Reckless Racing 2 - Polarbit


3. Mage Gauntlet, Format: iPhone, Score: 93%

Reviewed 30th January, read full review here

This action RPG really impressed Oliver in his review, and with it’s main inspiration being A Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, it had a lot to live up to, but it delivered. With some great pixel art graphics and surprisingly good controls, this provides enough variety to keep you interested and with a lot of potential hours of gameplay on offer, that can only be a good thing.

Mage Gauntlet - Rocketcat Games


2. Retro Racing, Format: iPhone, Score: 91%

Reviewed 23rd February, read full review here

This fabulous little racer has kept us glued to our IPhone screens ever since we got hold of the beta, back in December. With simply gorgeous graphics that look like they walked right out of an Amiga, this adds the best top down racing model in the App Store to create a game that is sure to be loved. A game to truly cherish.

Retro Racing - Qwakers


1. Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, Format, iPhone, Score: 95%

Reviewed 13th February, read full review here 

This is the highest rated of all our video reviews so far, and there is a very good reason for that: Ghost Trick is fantastic. A conversion of a Nintendo DS game, this Capcom title sees you take control of an ethereal sleuth who must try to solve crimes before they actually happen. It is innovate, gorgeous and worth every penny.

GHOST TRICK: Phantom Detective - CAPCOM

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