Maze of Darkness – Be Afraid, And Be Excited

The App Store is a jungle of sorts. Search through the myriad of applications available, and you’ll find a bunch of tangled foliage, a...

Gears Is A Visually Stunning Ball-Rolling Platformer

Gears, a 3D ball rolling platformer, is the latest release from the California-based developer Crescent Moon Games whose previous efforts include Ravensword and Rimelands....

‘Zombie Parkour Runner’ Is A Cool Concept Devistated By Poor Execution

“Seriously, what is cooler than parkour and zombies?” No doubt that very thought is what many who buy Zombie Parkour Runner are thinking when...

Harold And The Purple Crayon Lets Your Child Participate In Harold’s Imaginitive Adventure

As a parent, it's always interesting to see your child's reaction to a book, game or toy that you remember as a kid. When...

A Toddler’s Take : Elmo’s Monster Maker Is Sure To Please Your Little Monsters

A Toddler’s Take is where 3-year old Emily plays an age-appropriate title and we share her unfiltered reactions and impressions.       Growing up, watching Sesame Street,...

ROCK BAND Reloaded Offers The Best Mobile Experience Of The Franchise

I am a terrible app reviewer. Maybe that is a bit harsh. I am a terribly tardy app reviewer. That's better. At the beginning of this...

Gameloft’s Official Iron Man 3 iOS Game Lacks That Tony Stark Sense of Fun

As general rule I don't tend to play movie tie-in games before I see the movie for fear of plot spoilage, but in the...

Real Boxing Is A Technical Knockout, But It Gets Disqualified In The Fun Department

Real Boxing, by developer Vivid Games, puts you in the virtual gloves of an up-and-coming boxer, and gives you a handful of modes to...

Kings’ Corners Is Possibly The Finest Implementation Of This Solitaire Variant On iOS

I, like I'm sure many of you, have played A LOT of solitaire games on my iPhone. However, Order Of Leisure's new card game,...

McGraw-Hill’s Anatomy & Physiology REVEALED® Is Both An Attractive Reference And Dutiful Study Buddy

If you attended public school or pretty much any institution of higher education, the odds are fairly good that at some point you used...