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App Review: Pixel Hunter for iPhone and iPad brings Back 90’s Game Concepts

April 19, 2014 — by Sette Capati1

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One of the 90’s kids delights today despite the growing number of complex concepts of HD games is to find something that brings back memories of the family computer games. I grew up playing Super Mario, Contra, Atari games, Street Fighter, Rockman and among others until dawn while my mother angrily shouts at me asking me to tone down the volume and sleep early. When I stumbled upon Pixel Hunter in App Store, I knew I’m off for a set of late-night gaming in the upcoming days.

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Top 10 Candy Crush Saga Tips and Cheats to Help You Move to the Next Level

May 26, 2013 — by Sette Capati6

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I’ve been so hooked up with Candy Crush for more than a month now, and though it is daunting to finish chocolate-coated jellies in advanced levels, there’s something about it that makes my brain tick. Honestly, I was caught-off guard with it. Frankly, I’m a self-confessed Candy Crush addict.

Playing with it for a few weeks has helped me discover some strategies and cheats to move on to the next level. Whether you’re just starting to play it or you’ve been tinkering with it for a few months, here are the top ten Candy Crush tips and cheats you should know.

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Slap Your Friends Using Slap It Up Platinum

March 8, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum0

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There are many iOS apps that allow users to create custom effects, mostly for editing photos. However, Slap It UP Platinum brings a whole different concept, allowing users to create ‘custom slaps’ and slap each other up with their devices in an entertaining way.

After downloading the app, a new icon will be created on the Springboard. Tapping it will redirect the user to the interface of the main app. Here, you’ve the option to create custom slaps in different ways. The slaps can be created as an individual, with the college team or a group of friends. There are multiple options to choose from.

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Critter Escape App: Can You Outrun The Pursuers?

August 21, 2012 — by Adeel Qayum0

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There are basically two things that many people simply love. One is ‘mazes’ as many enjoy the challenge of using their brains to somehow navigate their way out of a seemingly inescapable area and the second thing, which will be more familiar to many than the first, are small cute animals which many simply adore. People enjoy hugging and squeezing anything that is small, furry and slightly ugly in a ‘cute type of way’. Well, the developers of the app to be reviewed here understand these needs perfectly and that’s how they came up with the Critter Escape.

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Clear Vision App Review: Simple Stickmen that tell quite a story

August 4, 2012 — by RG. Chew0

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Clear Vision has been on my radar for quite a while but I kept downloading it on the backburner as I am not really into sniper games.  One reason why it stands out is because they had so many ratings on the App Store (3000++).  You get ratings for 2 reasons – being good or being really bad.  Usually being really good.

I downloaded the game and completed the game (and story) in an hour.  What amazed me was how a simple game featuring stickmen would be so captivating.  Here is the storyline:

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Review: Cut The Rope Experiment for iPhone

July 20, 2012 — by Sette Capati0

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We stumbled upon this new game on App Store topping the “New List of Apps” with 4.5 stars in 990 ratings as of this writing. If you want some puzzling-cute-rope-game with the cute little green monster Om Nom, you better drop a candy into his mouth to make him happy.

It’s a new handy candy level pack that involves cutting ropes to move the robo arms for our little friend to taste those sweet candies through catch, release and drop movements. Cut the Rope: Experiments is a sequel to ZeptoLab’s award-winning mobile game Cut the Rope. The story involves a mad scientist, (not that bad scientist), eager to study the behavior of Om Nom’s love of candies through experiments.