Like classic games? This is a basic game where you play as a tank and shoot down different types of planes. This is a very simple game, but it does it very challenging in the higher levels. The game has very good sound effects and good menu and screen effects, and regular updates to fix problems.This game is good if you are board and really need something… [Read more]SongSender by Dylan Reich
SongSender, developed by 15 year old high school student Dylan Reich, is the first app to reach the iOS platform that lets you send playlists of songs from your iOS song library through email or SMS, or post them on Twitter and Facebook! SongSender has been designed with the user in mind. Selected songs are saved in memory so that if you recieve… [Read more]Wrecking Ball by Alternative Visuals
Wrecking Ball is a physic based puzzle/strategy game that requires planning and problem solving to effectively take down buildings. As your progress through the game you are presented with new challenges and obstacles to overcome. It is up to you to properly and efficiently demolish the buildings.
You’re in control of the wrecking ball as you… [Read more]Look-Up by Soulbit7
Look-Up brings the classic alien invasion game theme into the 21st century with an augmented reality twist. You have joined Earth’s Resistance Forces to hold back the aliens ships that are attacking our cities, forests, beaches and deserts – wherever you are, they are coming. Space invaders was never this real.
Developer Website:… [Read more]App Review:Tap Studio Pro by Drop D Studios
Tap Studio Pro is one of my most favorite games on the Itunes market! If you enjoy guitar hero, rockband, and Tap Tap Revenge you might like this as well. The game is very simple, you pick your song from your library and tap the notes that you wont.
On this version of the game you can choose to have 3 or 4 rails. which are red, green,blue or purple…. [Read more]App Review: Doodle God by Joybits
This app has been out for a good while at this stage but only recently caught my eye when browsing through the top 25 category on the app store, I had high hopes as I had also been told it was a great game by a friend of mine.
The first thing that struck me was the name which is similar to that of fellow app Pocket God. This game however is nothing… [Read more]Apple Sells 1.7M iPhones in 3 Days
We all knew that the new iPhone 4 was going to be a hot seller. With its sleek new design, amazing new retina display screen along with the new FaceTime video chat there’s really no other smartphone like it on the market. Well, this morning Apple confirmed our suspicions that the iPhone 4 is a hot seller by releasing a statement saying that they’ve… [Read more]iOS 4 Device Eligibility Breakdown and Matrix
There’s one thing for certain about iOS 4 that I’ve seen over and over again is the confusion over what devices are eligible and what features will those devices get. So, here’s a little breakdown to help bring reason to the madness that I created to help determine if your 3rd generation iPod Touch will get multitasking (it doesn’t), or if your iPhone… [Read more]iOS 4 Playlist Create, Photo Resize and Bing [iOS 4 Tour Pt. 6]
Here’s a few more tasty treats for all you newly upgraded iOS 4 users. Playlists can now be created on your mobile device and synced back to your computer. If you’re like me and likely spend more time with your iPhone than you do at a computer then this feature may be of use to you. Creating playlists on your iPhone (or iPod) is pretty easy. Simply… [Read more]iOS 4 Game Center, Tethering and Digital Zoom [iOS 4 Tour Pt. 5]
How long have you been waiting for iPhone tethering? well, if you’re like me you’ve been waiting a long time. To be clear, iPhone tethering was possible (and an included feature) in iPhone OS 3.0 which launched last June (2009). So, don’t confuse this new feature as part of iOS 4, although I am including it in my iOS 4 Tour roundup because it is only… [Read more]