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PureGear Retro Game Cases provide battery free gaming to your Samsung Galaxy S4

on Thursday, July 4th, 2013

The Retro Game Cases from PureGear add battery free fun to the Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone, while also providing added protection. You have a choice between 3 styles/games: Groovy – concentric maze in blue and green. Amazing – labyrinth style maze in turquoise and red. Undecided – combination of pinball and the Magic 8 BallRead More…

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Typing Karaoke – Rock on

on Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

Love karaoke but can’t sing at work ? Think you’re a gun typist ?  Typing Karaoke is a game that merges the two together. Choose from 10 songs like LMFAO’s Sexy and I Know It or Stray Cat’s Rock This Town and type along. Choose a slow song to warm up your vocal … ummmRead More…


Codgigo Cube Review

on Sunday, September 30th, 2012

I love to play games. And I love technology. So when I saw the Codigo Cube, I just had to try it.  What is this cube? Why are there QR codes on all sides?  What happens if I scan one of those QR codes? How can this be a game?  Would it be fun?? SoRead More…


Rough Roads iOS Game Review

on Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Rough Roads is a simple game for iOS devices that takes the concept of the classic Frogger video game and flips it. Instead of crossing the street while avoiding obstacles, you are driving down the street. The idea is to keep all the luggage on top of your vehicle while collecting stars and badges.


Limbic Zombie Gunship iOS Game Review

on Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

I am not a gamer at all. If I spend more than 10 minutes playing anything….its too much time wasted ;). But on those rare occasions that I do feel like passing a bit of (non-productive) time, I typically play Words With Friends with my peeps. That said, my father was a C-130 pilot inRead More…

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My Android Apps: Chuzzles

By: Mark Adkins
on Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

I generally use my Smartphone for non-game activities, but I like to keep an assortment of good games around- backgammon, mah jong, solitaire, and so on. One of my old Palm favorites was a Pop Cap game called Bejeweled. I played it and some clones (mostly a nice version called JewelLust) but the game playRead More…


Sony PS3 Game – Uncharted 2 Among Thieves Review

By: James Goforth
on Wednesday, January 19th, 2011
Posted in: Gaming Gear, Reviews

Nathan Drake is back for his greatest adventure ever. After a lot of peril and pain in Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Drake actually succeeded in getting rich. But now he is back for some more action in the Sony PS3 title Uncharted 2: Among Thieves. When the game starts we find Drake relaxing at a beach side resort,Read More…


App Spotlight – Mobigame Edge iPad Puzzle Game

on Saturday, December 11th, 2010

Today we’re going to take a quick look at Edge from Mobigame. This is a puzzle game with arcade elements. It requires good timing and quick reflexes in addition to regular puzzle solving skills.


App Spotlight – KL Dartboard and Drift Mania Championship for iPad

on Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Today we’re going to take a look at two games for the iPad. KL Dartboard and Drift Mania Championship. KL Dartboard is pretty unique because it requires that you play with both an iPad and an iPhone or iPod touch. Drift Mania Championship is a racing game that will sliding… into walls. Ok, that’s probablyRead More…


Bright Bright App is a Virtual Lite-Brite Game for the iPad

on Saturday, July 10th, 2010

Did you have a Lite-Brite when you were growing up?  I didn’t, but I wanted one.  Here’s my chance to have one on my iPad (requires iOS 3.2 or later).  The Bright Bright app for iPad lets you draw pictures with little “pegs”.  You can use stencils or draw freehand, and you can save anRead More…


Tekken coming to the iPhone

on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

The classic arcade fighting game Tekken is coming to the iPhone and iPod Touch!  Website Pocketgamer has claimed an anonymous source has tipped them to the upcoming classic’s arrival. With the latest news that Capcom is to release Street Fighter IV on the devices, Namco has followed suit with the fighting rival.  The source hasn’t yetRead More…


Mindless Goods BAIT iPhone Game Review

on Friday, February 12th, 2010

BAIT from Mindless Goods is a game for the iPhone or iPod touch that doesn’t really fit into any specific gaming category. It’s not exactly a puzzle game and not really an arcade either. Actually, it’s not even that much of a game as far as I’m concerned. The idea is that you use yourRead More…


Arroic iPhone Game Review

on Monday, January 18th, 2010

I’m always on the lookout for a fun game for my iPhone that can give me a few minutes of entertainment. I prefer puzzle style games because they typically aren’t frantic. Who needs more stress in their life right? Arroic from Outlaw Games is sort of a cross between a pool game, coin collecting gameRead More…

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The Sims 3 for Android Review

on Thursday, December 10th, 2009

If you’re the type that likes to make people do your bidding as well as create your own virtual world then Sims 3 from EA Sports is for you. You even have the choice to make your character as nice or as sleazy as you want. The Sims 3 for Android is the third installmentRead More…


MyFantasyLeague Tracker for Android Review

on Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

Talk about a niche market. This application is designed for all the folks that: . Have an Android Phone Play Fantasy Football Have their league at Luckily all three of these apply to me, so I asked Julie to see if we could get a copy for review. What does that say about myRead More…


Tiger Woods for Android Review

on Thursday, November 19th, 2009

One of the powerful things about the Android, in my opinion, is the fact that you are not held captive by one way of getting applications for your phone. The Android Market is very convenient, but you can also go other routes to purchase and install applications. One of the other sources is Handmark. TheyRead More…


ColorBuster iPhone Puzzle Game Review

on Friday, October 9th, 2009
Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod

Although I almost never play video games on my desktop computer or even my lonely Xbox 360, I do find that I love playing games on my iPhone. I guess the reason why is because there are so many easy to play and good puzzle games to choose from. I think puzzles games are theRead More…


You’ve heard of RPG and MMORPGs. But what about CMO games?

on Friday, August 14th, 2009
Posted in: Uncategorized

CMO stands for Casual Multiplayer Online game. Yeah, who knew right? Faunasphere is a new game from Big Fish Games that you play through your browser. No special downloads are required and it’s completely free. The whole premise is that you’re on this world that’s been overrun by pollution. It’s your job to interact withRead More…


hExistentialism iPhone/iPod Touch Game Review

on Friday, July 3rd, 2009
Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod

Are you good at pattern matching puzzles? Do you like games that move at your pace, not the game designer’s pace? hExistentialism – the “Casual Puzzle Brain Game” by Ayumusoft might be for you. Just resist the urge to fling your iPhone into the wall while you’re figuring out how it works.


International Athletics iPhone/iPod Touch Game Review

on Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

Ever wish you could compete in a track and field competition while waiting in line at the store, commuting, or otherwise sitting around like a blob? Grab your iPhone or iPod Touch, be sure to stretch first, and then load up “International Athletics” by Ghostlight Ltd.


Howling Moon Software’s Crayon Ball iPhone Game Review

on Friday, April 10th, 2009
Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod

There are so many bubble popping and ball matching style games out there, that it’s difficult to get excited about a new one. That’s why I wasn’t all that enthused when the people from Howling Moon Software emailed to ask me if I would like to take a look at Crayon Ball for the iPhoneRead More…


Spotlight Gadget – Mattel’s Mindflex Game

on Saturday, February 14th, 2009
Posted in: Geek Toys

Have you heard about the new Mindflex game from Mattel that is due out this Fall? It’s a mental acuity game where you use your thoughts to move a ball through an obstacle course. I’ll admit that I’m pretty skeptical that this is real. That said, the videos make it look kind of fun. MaybeRead More…

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Astraware’s Insaniquarium Deluxe – Palm OS Game Review

By: Mark Adkins
on Thursday, January 22nd, 2009
Posted in: Uncategorized

Judie Lipsett mentioned the original Insaniquarium in a 2003 article about Spring Break and what she was going to take. While brief, the comment points out how much fun the program is. Well, PopCap Game’s Insaniquairum Deluxe is better.