Puzzles lovers everywhere are going to love the new puzzle app, Sevens by Nigel Hanbury. This Sudoku inspired game will hone your logic and problem solving skills and then push them to their limits. In Sudoku, you must place the numbers 1-9 in columns and rows such that the numbers only appear once in each row and column. Sevens takes this idea… [Read more]App Review: Diamond Breaker by mAPPn, Inc.
Diamond Breaker is a challenging and unique physics game by Mobile App Network. You are mining for diamonds deep in the Earth. The diamonds are located throughout the mine and your job is to get the diamonds onto your boat without letting them fall into the lava below. The trick is that you cannot move your boat. You can only try to make the… [Read more]App Review: Ragdoll Blaster – A Physics Puzzler by Backflip Studios
Ragdoll Blaster – A Physics Puzzler by Backflip Studios is a great puzzle that feels like a game. The goal of the game is to use the least amount of ragdolls that you can to launch one of them into a red target. You shoot the ragdolls out of a cannon. Some blocks are breakable, and others are firm. The cool thing about this game is that, in some levels,… [Read more of this review]App Review: NineGaps by Quadion Technologies
NineGaps by Quadion Technologies is a challenging number game. Your job is to fit the nine numbers from 1 to 9 in the squares so that the mathematical operations from left to right and top to bottom have the correct end result in each row and column. There are three levels of game play; easy, medium, and hard. The only difference between the three… [Read more of this review]App Review: Crazy Machines by dtp Entertainment AG
Crazy Machines by dtp Entertainment AG is a wonderfully creative problem solving game. The professor presents you with experiments that are not quite complete. He tells you the goal of the experiment and the tools that you need to make it reach its goal. You must figure out how to use the tools at your disposal to make things work the way they… [Read more of this review]App Review: The World Factbook ‘09 by jDictionary Mobile
The World Factbook ‘09 by jDictionary Mobile is a wonderful encyclopedia app. Now you can have information on just about every country in the world at your fingertips without having to go to the library or buy expensive encyclopedias for your home. When you launch the app, you can tap the magnifying glass to search for the country that you… [Read more of this review]App Review: Trivial Pursuit by Electronic Arts
Trivial Pursuit fans, your favorite trivia game is now available for your iPhone and iPod Touch. Electronic Arts has recently released Trivial Pursuit in the iTunes App Store. Now you can test your knowledge by yourself or with your friends wherever you are.
There are four different types of game play; Classic Mode, Pursuit Mode, Pass’n Play,… [Read more of this review]
3000 Awesome Facts is a very interesting app that will keep you coming back for more. It is packed with tidbits of information. While not always very relevant to everyday life, the facts are all very interesting. They could be used as conversation starters or just interesting facts to surprise your friends with. With 3000 facts, you will never… [Read more of this review]Who Has The Biggest Brain? by Playfish No Longer in App Store
UPDATE: I recently discovered that Who Has The Biggest Brain? by Playfish is no longer available in the iTunes App Store. Their website does not give any details on why.
Who Has The Biggest Brain? by Playfish is a cool app that allows you to compare your brain to that of your friends. It tests four different areas of your brain: Calculation, Memory,… [Read more]App Review: Classics Brings the Books to You
There are lots of ways to read books on your iPhone or iPod. I have always enjoyed the app Stanza, which is free, but doesn’t have all the latest books. Then, there is Amazon’s Kindle, which was recently released in the App Store. Kindle is also free, but you have to buy the books for [...]