Application Review: Reckless Racing 2

[IMG]From the off-road chaos of Reckless Racing to the wild cop chases in Reckless Getaway, Pixelbite returns with a sequel that’s just as reckless. Their trademark top-down perspective makes another appearance along with a face-lift for just about every aspect of the game. Reckless Racing 2 is mobile racing done right, as its unpredictable, addictive gameplay will have gamers jumping in behind the wheel again and again… (more…)

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Application Review: Clear

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All dumbphones have one. All smartphones have one. All iDevices lacked one until iOS 5. The use of a simple tasks list has always been overlooked. Clear aims to bring the simplicity of a task list and add the natural feel of iOS gestures to make this one of the best apps on the app store.  Read on for the full review… (more…)

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Application Review: Smash Cops

You turn on the channel 3 news and see a live police chase happening right in your back yard! You look out the window, feel the pleasant breeze, and look forward. That’s when you realize, you’re the cop in chasing the non-law-abider! While the caption on the news reads, “Police Officer Can’t Catch Red Sedan” you feel embarrassed and work to destroy that red sedan. Smash Cops offers any player just this type of intense, fun gameplay that is simple to jump straight into.  Read on for the full review:  (more…)
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Application Review: Soul Calibur

It has stood the test of time and lives on. It is regarded as one of the best, all-time fighting games. It is timeless. This is Soulcalibur. 12 years ago, Namco developed and released the first installment of Soulcalibur as a sequel to Soul Edge to continue the long, ever-lasting story. Since then, the game has received quite a few ports to newer devices including Dreamcast and Xbox. However, it wasn’t until January that it has iOS seen its port. Soulcalibur allows players to relive, once again, the great aspects of the legendary fighting game.  Read on for the full review:  (more…)
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Android App Review: ICS Browser +

Android 4.0’s new web browser has been hailed for being one of the fastest and most intuitive offerings on the market. However, like its competitors, it isn’t perfect. An XDA user took matters into his own hands and decided to add a couple tweaks to the stock browsing experience. (more…)

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Application Review: Run Roo Run

Oh no! Roo’s son has been kidnapped and taken to Sidney! You must help Roo complete each level in order to be reunited with his son. Apps such as Angry Birds, Doodle Jump, and Fruit Ninja have proven to be the leaders of the casual gaming market. However, most users have grown tired of playing the same titles in their free time. From the creators of Scribblenauts, Run Roo Run attempts to satisfy these consumers with playful graphics and addicting gameplay. (more…)

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Application Review: F1 2011

Just about everyone knows what a F1 car is. Even in the media, children’s books, and other sources, a generic racer is generally depicted as some variation of an F1 body-wise. As many racing enthusiast know, F1 racing digs so much deeper into the car and driver alike; F1 2011 by Codemasters aims to recreate this experience on the iOS platform. Even though it has a few problems here and there, the game still does have some good features that make it a well-played-out sim.  Read on for the full review:  (more…)
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Cydia Tweak Review: Springtomize 2

Apple’s SpringBoard is possibly the reason many millions of people love iOS and continue to buy iPads, iPhones and iPods. The easy-to-use, welcoming interface is one that had always grabbed me since day one in 2007. What grabbed me even more, is the mass amount of features and customizations hidden by Apple. Springtomize was available earlier this year for iOS 4.X and what made it quite astonishing were the many features in SpringBoard it could enable/disable along with the simple customizations you could perform with it. Springtomize also didn’t just enable hidden features, it added features previously not thought of by Apple. Now comes Springtomize 2 for iOS 5 with even more hidden features and customizations than this Fiat Punto.  Read on for the full review: (more…)

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Application Review: Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation

The US is under attack, KPR forces have taken control of American cities, and as an American soldier, you must fight to reclaim your country and take out the enemy’s leader. Sound familiar? Well it should sound a lot like the Modern Warfare series, except with KPR thrown in to replace Russian Ultranationalists and Zakhaev wherever needed. That’s exactly what this game is in a nutshell; Gameloft’s take on a series that Infinity Ward isn’t planning to port to mobile devices.  Read on for the full review: (more…)

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Application Review: Grand Theft Auto III

10 Years ago, Rockstar took Grand Theft Auto in a direction that would change the entire series forever; not only that, for the better as well. A decade after they incorporated 3-dimensions into GTA, Rockstar comes back and reintroduces this well-known classic to the iOS crowd by releasing it for the iPad, iPod, and iPhone. Nothing is cut out as they go on to reproduce the fun things I did as a kid, but with this exact reproduction, it shows us how far we’ve come, and how our demands for graphics have improved.  Read on for the full review: (more…)
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