Hot Deals Available In Big Fish Games’ Summer Solstice Sale

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Big Fish Games is currently running a Summer Solstice Sale promotion where all of their paid titles are 80% off ! However, the “80% OFF” is a little deceptive, because the apps are 80% off their original launch price, not 80% off the price they were just before the sale. I should note that the…

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Casey’s Contraptions Gets A Hefty First Update

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We just received word from Noel Llopis (Snappy Touch) that Casey’s Contraptions’ first update was just approved by Apple and is available on the App Store now. What started out as a minor update, ended up being fairly substantial, adding many of users’ most requested features. For instance, now users have the ability to share…

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Zynga Adds Fun New Strategical Gameplay To An Old Classic

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Zynga, the social gaming juggernaut that somehow was able to clone a game like Scrabble and make it equally as popular as the real thing. The company which got a whole new generation of gamers interested in chess, is back with their next “with Friends” game. This one, called Hanging With Friends, is Zynga’s take…

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Wattpad Is Probably Not The eReader You Were Looking For

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Reading no doubt is something that almost everybody does to pass the time. Paper books, although still very popular, are being replaced more and more by eBooks which are read on a tablet device or a mobile phone. In fact, in a survey conducted by Business Insider, 74.1% of iPad 1 owners said that they…

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BulkyPix Announces Its iOS Summer Lineup

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French developer and publisher BulkyPix sent over information regarding their Summer slate of iOS titles, consisting of Breitling Reno Air Races The Game (which was just released about an hour ago), Hills of Glory – WWII, Fruity Jelly and The Pirate King. Here are the descriptions of each of the games that we were sent…

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Save That Fish Doesn’t Quite Find Its Sea Legs

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Save That Fish is the first game from the independent studio Six5 Mobile. It is playable on all iOS Devices and soon will be ported to Android, a logical step since the game was developed in Lua using the Corona SDK. The story goes like this, Gill (the fish’s name) is living a peacefully in…

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