Wordweaver adds new features, twists and roadblocks to the typical "find and select" word puzzlers. It could be one of the most innovative word games I've played in a while, and it's easily the most challenging.1
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Red Hot Slots: Video Slots are a Reel Good Time
Red Hot Slots is a rock-and-roll good time for anyone that enjoys games of chance. ...Take that, Vegas! I'm going with Red Hot Slots.
Italian Video Recipes Vol. 1 Displays Step-by-Step Instructions for Authentic Cooking
For those that like to get their inner chef on, there is nothing like finding a new recipe or a book of recipes to inspire you to create that next memorable meal. When I first heard about the Italian Video Recipes Vol.
PhotoShoot: Maim Your Photos in Marvelous Ways
PhotoShoot is a customizable dart board that lets you choose a photo (aka: target) and dart-style to release frustration or a enjoy quick chuckle.
Grabl is a Fast-Paced Addition to iPhone Word Games
Grabl is a word-building strategy game that will appeal to those brainy types who prefer a shot of adrenaline with their morning crossword.
3D Aquarium: Dive into a Peaceful Underwater World of Virtual Pets
3D Aquarium — The great thing about having a pet is the interaction — the petting, funny expressions and playtime. So, I’m usually not too keen on the world of virtual pets and the related iPhone apps.
Xewton Music Studio is a Beast — and We Mean it in the Best Possible Way
Lets start with the bad news, Xewton Music Studio is a $20 iphone application. That is a lot of money on a platform that offers an almost infinite amount of free and under $2 apps.
MonsterABC Wraps up Entertainment and Education in One App
One of the newer edutainment apps to hit the marker is MonsterABC, an alphabet primer with a monstrously cute theme.
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iCaption Harnesses the Power (and Pain) of Community
iCaption (Funny Pics - FAIL Signs, plus more!) is an iphone application for all you Dane Cook fans out there — meaning I don't think it is remotely funny or even tolerable but I guarantee some of you out there will.
Hulala iPix is a Girly Way to Dress up Your Pics
Hulala iPix — pronounced like a tropical version of oo-la-la — is another image decorating app that invites users to "bling up" their photos and share them with friends via Facebook or email.
Here Say Desperately Needs Some Early Adopters
The basic premise behind Here Say is this – you are at a place, say a concert, and you take a picture of the stage through the Here Say iPhone app. You post the picture to the community and attach a comment to it.
Orbital: Best-Looking App, but Still Requires Strategy and Skill
Orbital, the new space-themed app from BitForge, is a stand-out game that can be played with one hand. It falls loosely into the brick-breaker category, but takes this straightforward concept adds a few new ideas, a bit of social media and packages it all up with gorgeous graphics.
Disneyland iGuide by Walkee is a magical link to Walt's Kingdom
I wasn't too sure I could test the Disneyland iGuide by Walkee without a visit to the "happiest place on Earth." However, since my app purchase did not include a ticket I realized I'd just have to give it my best shot. So, mouse ears in place I prepared to be imaginarily whisked away.
Zamodo Faces Serves up Indie-Art Wallpaper in 3 Yummy Designs
Each collection in Zamodo's new line of iPhone Wallpaper apps features 10 clean, vector-y, candy-coated artworks designed to look like faces.