While I may have been "born with the ultimate pointing device" (according to Steve Jobs), my fingers are a bit oversized when it comes to creating fine detail. It's a problem I've gotten used to when typing text messages, but now that drawing apps are available, it's time to find a better solution.
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Crusher is a solid game. It incorporates decent graphics, great sound and strategy.
Crusher feels like a couple different games mixed into one. It mixes games like Bejeweled with centipede type games in which there is a cannon at the bottom and you shoot upward toward a target.
I’m just going to let the guy speak for himself.
From the Coin Toss web site:
“I was thinking of a good program to write for my first iPhone application. I thought this idea would be a good intro to the programming for me.
OK so looks like with Break Lite we are getting yet another copycat game – Break Lite is like Breakout. We are seeing a lot of those on the iPhone.
The first time I played Breakout was back in ’86.
I don’t know what to say about Hangman. I mean, it is Hangman, man. Ya know?
This version is pretty cool because you have a few more chances. I grew up playing Hangman and we already had the gallows drawn up and started with the rope and added the man.
You can imagine it. Sitting behind the wheel of an overpriced car; the midwestern girls who will love you; the mid-level performance you will enjoy. It will be sooo awesome.
The mildly pleasurable feeling I thought I might experience when playing Audi A4 never materialized.