App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices

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Stone Skipper Is Simple-Minded Fun


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Stone Skipper couldn't get much simpler: Find out how many times you can get a rock to skip across the surface of a pond, river or other body of water.
In developer Burnley Media's game, you assume the role of Max, who along with his faithful dog, Andy, spend the day skipping stones.

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Posted 12.26.09 in | Similar iPhone apps:

MAKIBISHI COMIC has fun, but bizarre, gameplay


MAKIBISHI COMIC - If you ever had the desire to reach out with your finger and poke robot ninja comic book characters into action, then your favorite app ever has just arrived.
MAKIBISHI COMIC has the loud and flashy illustrations of an Anime flick complete with awkward dialogue that reads like it was poorly translated into English.

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Posted 12.23.09 in | Similar iPhone apps: , ,

Tank Tigers Offers Multi-Player iPhone Fun


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Tank Tigers is a new 3D shooting game for iPhone that puts players in control of various tanks on different battlefields as you try to score the most combat points. Tank Tigers places players in a 3D WWII setting with five different tanks to choose from and two modes of play – single and multi player.

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Posted 12.23.09 in | Similar iPhone apps: , , ,

Take Out Your Agressions and Show No Mercy


No Mercy is a “stress reliever” app now available in the App Store. The holidays might seem like the ideal time to seek stress relief, but you must understand No Mercy is for humor and entertainment purposes only and the level of humor and entertainment No Mercy brings you will depend vastly upon your personality.

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Posted 12.22.09 in | Similar iPhone apps:

iScratch Myself Scratches an Itch for the Bizarre


The name iScratch Myself makes me think of Homer Simpson, or maybe my Uncle Bud, but certainly not an entertainment app for iPhone and touch, complete with beginner and expert levels. But I digress, iScratch Myself is an app that was designed to scratch an itch.

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Posted 12.17.09 in |

ArcSoft's Panorama Maker Offers Photographers a Whole Wide World


ArcSoft's Panorama Maker Offers Photographers a Whole Wide World

Arc Soft is well known for its photo and other digital media manipulation apps for PCs and Macs, so I had high hopes for Panorama Maker, the company's latest release for the iPhone. Although I wasn't disappointed, I wasn't doing cart wheels either.

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Posted 12.17.09 in | Similar iPhone apps: