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App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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It’s not all that uncommon to find “RPG – ish” or “RPG-esque” games for iOS. Many RPG inspired games have some elements of a true role-playing game, but in the case of EpicHearts you actually get a RPG in the true sense of the term and an amazingly in-depth game with a pretty solid story line, lovely Korean-style artwork and quite a bit of immersion to boot.
If you’re in the market for a truly gratifying puzzle experience at a meager price, then Interlocked is worth a look. It’s based on the ancient concept of wooden block puzzles with interlocking parts and challenges visual logic in a remarkably tactile way for a mobile application.
Ever find yourself thinking, “Wow, this iPad is great. If only I could use Internet Explorer.” OK, probably not. Most people who want to use an iPad to access their Windows desktop or use programs on their home computer have more complex needs than browsing the Internet.
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Yarrr – Avast and Ahoy and all that pirate speak – a new tapping game with a pirate theme to challenge your coordination and quick thinking has arrived. Tortooga is a simple to play game that challenges players to quickly tap sets of squares, matching good ones and avoiding bad ones, as you adventure across the high seas in an effort to rack up points in the form of doubloons.
Social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter have become one of the most essential parts of sharing photos of my children to their grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends. And while I don't have a problem with sharing some photos on them, sometimes I just want to only share the photos to a select group of people without showing them to the world.