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Angry Fly Adventure – Cool iPhone Arcade Game

Angry Fly Adventure – is a new iPhone arcade-style game by USOApps company. A sequel of Angry Fly game, it’s a great timekiller thing for everyone.

The Tiger Woods Pga Tour 13 – Review

The Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 has amazing graphics. Its developer’s the EA Tiburon has designed some superb illustrations of the real life players and playing courses. They put all these together in a way that makes the game look like a flashy television show.

Top 3 Paid Games For The iPad and iPhone

Through our detailed review of hundreds of games for the iPad and iPhone we have identified 3 games which we feel are the top paid games for the iPad and iPhone. Infinity Blade 2 – Continues to Slash the Competition. Infinity Blade 2 is a perfect representation of what iOS games are capable of. Chair has created an amazing combination of visuals and touch-controlled gameplay.

Review – Dungeon Raid

Dungeon raid Dungeon raid. The title brings to mind a RPG where you are battling to defeat the big bad guy with a group of your friends.

Kid Icarus: Uprising – Review of the Nintendo 3DS Game

Out of all the great games I play each and every year, it seems there is one title per year that I can’t seem to put down until it gets naturally lost in the shuffle of other games, and gradually fades from memory. In all honesty, I really, really didn’t expect the reemergence of Nintendo’s long lost hero Kid Icarus to be that game.

Warriors Orochi 3 Review

Dynasty Warriors has always been a series near and dear to my heart. I’ve read through the book it’s based on at least twice a year since I was in the fourth grade [Seriously, I recommend Three Kingdoms to everyone who likes the series]. The characters and stories in the book have always held my interest. While the games haven’t always been 100% accurate and are quickly moving away from reality more and more, they still hold my interest just as strongly. The Samurai Warriors series was always a forethought in my mind. It seemed interesting enough, but I wasn’t nearly as invested in that era of history as I was in the end of the Han Dynasty. I knew it had the same gameplay, but that wasn’t enough for me. Then Warriors Orochi hit in 2007. While the storyline diverged from the norm, it had an intriguing twist – the tearing of dimensions and throwing Samurai and Dynasty Warriors into the same jar and shaking it violently to make them fight.

Dragon’s Dogma Review

For some reason, I thought Dragon’s Dogma was going to go under the majority of the gaming community’s collective radar. It had an underwhelming demo that didn’t do the game justice or properly represent a good 80% of what the game is. Doesn’t help that you only got to play for about fifteen minutes… I thought for sure the game would be overshadowed by the release of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier since they hit shelves the same day. I’ve realized that I was very wrong though. Plenty of people found their way to this gem and are chipping away far too many hours playing it – myself included.

Review – Faerie Solitaire Mobile HD

Faerie Solitaire Mobile HD is a different spin on the usual solitaire game for the iOS, but is it worth your hard earned money especially for $6.99? Read on to find out.

Review – Draw Something

OMGPOP’s Draw Something one of the newest hits to come from the app store. As the title suggests Draw Something is a drawing game, which would usually put it into the “will not play.

Review – Tiny Tower

Tiny Tower, the latest game from the folks at Nimblebit, is the subject of today’s review. As the games title suggests, you are in charge of building a tower.

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