Tag Archive: Review


Pelican Voyager Provides Rugged Style With Less Added Bulk [Review]

Sometimes you just want an iPhone case that protects that beloved all-encompassing communications and gaming device from the vagaries of your crazy life, for sure. Voyager by Pelican ProGear Category: iPhone Cases Works With: iPhone 5/5s Price: $ 50 There are… Read more ›

Shatter Alley Hates Bricks And You Equally [Review]

Video games have always had some weird vendetta against bricks. That paddle in Breakout, Mario, Simon Belmont in Castlevania … they all busted up blocks like they caught them stealing their lunches. Shatter Alley by Dojotron Category: iOS Games Works… Read more ›

Everything About Taijitu Is Relaxing — Even The Difficulty [Review]

Taijitu is a game about balance and serenity. It will level you out, calm you down, and relax you … up, I guess. Taijitu by Particlemade Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: $ 1.99 I’m not sure which direction… Read more ›

Rough Rider Bag Will See You Through The Coming Apocalypse [Review]

Rough Rider by WaterField Category: Bags Works With: Anything Price: $ 335 WaterField’s Rough Rider is just about the best looking leather bag I’ve hung over my shoulder. It’s also the toughest. And it’s also one of the heaviest. So you… Read more ›

Stickman Impossible Run Is An Addicting New iOS Challenge [Video Review]

While many apps in the app store claim to have impossible gameplay, only some present true gamers a real challenge. The app Stickman Impossible Run is an endless runner that boasts tons of tough difficulty modes. Tap to help the… Read more ›

Twelve South’s BookArc Möd Is A Gorgeous Mid-Century MacBook Stand [Review]

Some materials have integrity. Consider aluminum, Jony Ive’s material of choice, and then compare it to plastic. Under the skin, plastic feels wholly artificial, a lump of congealed and polished chemicals; in feel and smell, there’s something unnatural and slightly… Read more ›

Review Roundup: Small Camera Bags With Space For Your iPad

This week we look at lightweight, easy-to-carry camera bags that are perfect for carrying a mirrorless camera, an iPad and a couple of other bits – because the days of crushing your shoulders with a giant backpack filled with DSLRs… Read more ›

MonsterCrafter Pro Offers Creativity, Battle, And Questionable Pet Ownership [Review]

I have a really random PlayStation 2 game on my shelf called Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color. It came out in North America in 2002, and it was basically a game in which you drew your own Pokémon and… Read more ›

Invade Earth And Score High In Arcade Game Captain Bubblenaut [Video Review]

The idea of aliens invading earth is a theory that has been created and expanded upon for many years. In the app Captain Bubblenaut the invasion comes to life as players help guide an alien as he obliterates Erf and… Read more ›

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile Has Far More Lows Than Highs [Review]

There’s a familiar look you see on the faces of parents at theme parks. It’s a look their children are rarely able to understand — caught as they are in the clutches of school vacations and roller coasters with names… Read more ›