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Review: Never Alone – Ki Edition

Even though many of us believe that iOS games can’t be as addictive as console games, I strongly disagree with that. Sure, there are a lot of great endless runners and...

Review: Google’s Gboard

Android users were able of adding and using third party keyboards for a long time now. This was one of the biggest points against iOS and its restricted system. However,...

Review: Dog & Bone Locksmart

I am sure that you’re already well-aware that your phone can’t be only used to make calls and send texts. With their current capabilities, smartphones are connecting...

Review: Don’t Starve (Pocket Edition)

From time to time, a game becomes so popular that it influences other developers to create similar games. Sometimes this can be a good thing, especially if a developer...

Review: LOUD on Planet X

With thousands of developers trying to find their place on the iOS App Store, it is expected that not everyone will find a place on the bestselling charts that they...

Review: Flick Home Run

Flick Home Run was one of those games that I kept seeing on the iOS App Store, even though I never tried this title. Maybe that’s because of its icon, or perhaps...

Review: HoriPad Ultimate

The first wave of iOS game controllers arrived with a great hype a couple of years ago, especially after Apple announced its plans to open its iOS platform towards...

Review: Chameleon Run

The iOS App Store is full of all kinds of endless runners. This gaming genre seems to be highly suitable for a handheld device, mostly because it can easily combine...

Review: INKS.

A couple of months back, we wrote about a game named Lumino City. This was one of those games that I know I will remember for a long time. Lumino City’s graphics, as...

Review: Hyphen – eBook Reader for ePub

As an avid book reader, I have a very large collection of digital books. Even though I like to buy books from iTunes’ iBooks Store, I strongly believe that the iBooks...