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Roll Them Bones – Digitally – With Bluetooth-Powered Dice+ [Review]

Board games have enjoyed quite the resurgence on the iPad, with digital versions of just about any game folks can think of, including Monopoly, Risk, Ticket To Ride, and Small World, just to name a few. Many of these games…

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I See Art Missing, And I Want To Paint It Back [Review]

Fans of Games Magazine will know the puzzles in developer Casual Labs’ Paint It Back as “Paint by Numbers.” Owners of the Nintendo DS portable system might recognize them as Picross, and giant puzzle nerds might know them as Nonograms…

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Gamebook Adventures 8: Curse Of The Assassin Will Make You Nostalgic For The Scholastic Book Sale [Review]

Old people like me grew up with Choose Your Own Adventure books. This occasionally ridiculous series introduced an entire generation of children to both the importance of choice and the oddball nuances of second-person narrative. Gamebook Adventures 8: Curse of…

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Rotato Leaves One Hand Free For … You Know, Whatever [Review]

Sometimes you want to play a game on your iPhone, but you’re also carrying groceries or a bouquet of flowers or a sandwich. Rotato by Floor 27 Industries Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: Free Seriously, it happens.…

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P&Q Luxury Pocket Book Is The iPhone Wallet Of Kings [Review]

Luxury Pocket Book byPad&Quill Category: cases Works With:iPhone 5/S Price: $ 85 My friends and family love Pad & Quill cases, mostly because Brian, the P&Q founder, keeps sending me cases to review, and I keep testing them for a month…

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The Mummy For iPad Is A Super Silicone Case With Smart Cover Compatibility [Review]

I have a bit of a soft spot for Loop Attachment’s Mummy cases; I’ve reviewed them for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, and the iPad mini — and I’ve loved them all. But the collection wasn’t complete without the…

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Disco Bees – Come For The Name, Stay For The Cuteness [Review]

The only reason I picked up Disco Bees to play today was the name. I’m really rather tired of the match-three dynamic, but I figured cute bees and disco music was a good combo to try, regardless. Disco Bees by…

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The Cave Is Great In Theory But Desperately Needs A Controller [Review]

Some games just aren’t meant for touch screens, and it’s very unfortunate that The Cave is one of them. In developer Double Fine’s dark look at inner desires and magical caves, you guide three of the seven available “heroes” through…

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Nakama Has The Cutest Cloud-Riding Ninja You Ever Did See [Review]

In a world overrun with endless runners, it’s nice to see a cheery little beat-em-up among their number. Nakama is the delightfully colorful quest of a ninja rescuing his friends from bad guys then teaming up with them to take…

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Pahelika Secret Legends Will Have You Feeling Smart Before Long [Review]

Hidden object games don’t usually catch my fancy, to be honest. I’ve never been a big fan of the mechanics, which typically require you to find objects to then reveal other objects, which can then be combined to become actual useful objects. I’ve also never been too taken by the typical romanticized story lines, either. […]

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