Review: Bayo Bongo

Review: Bayo Bongo
While some games challenge your ability to button-mash or tap your touchscreen in time with a particular rhythm, Bayo Bongo sets out to test just how fast you can tap your iPad’s screen at all. The game’s deceptively simple premise is that it shows you a screen filled with blocks of varying colors; your aim Read more…

Review: Chainz Galaxy

Review: Chainz Galaxy
iTunes is full of match-3 games, but Chainz Galaxy offers match-3 gameplay of a decidedly different flavor. Instead of matching colored jewels or beads, Chainz Galaxy has you joining chain links, which sounds simple on the surface but changes the entire dynamic of how you play. Read more…

Review: Clue – Secrets & Spies

Review: Clue - Secrets & Spies
As it turns out, Clue: Secrets & Spies for iPad has nothing to do with the board game Clue. It shares the brand image, and there are some peripheral “secret agent” characters referenced who share their names with the iconic Mrs. White, Mr. Green, and so forth, but you won’t spend your time solving a Read more…

Review: Scrabble for iPad

Scrabble for iPad
EA Mobile’s Scrabble for iPad is a lovely translation of the popular board game that makes excellent use of the iPad’s extra screen size. It couldn’t be easier to play: you just grab a tile with your finger and drag it onto the game board to the spot where you want to place it. It’s Read more…

Review: Ninjatown – Trees of Doom

Ninjatown Trees of Doom HD
If making a cute little ninja scale the tallest trees this side of Endor sounds like fun, then Ninjatown: Trees of Doom is the iOS game for you, available for both iPhone and iPad. Don’t be surprised if I wind up using the word “cute” too many times in this review. The cartoonish graphics make Read more…

Review: Doodle Fit

Review: Doodle Fit
Doodle Fit is an iPhone/iPad game that presents you with large shapes, and then various Tetris-like blocks that must be worked into the shapes to fill it. Like so many iOS games, Doodle Fit offers super-simple, gameplay that makes for a perfect time-wasting in short or long periods of time. The latter is more likely, as Read more…

Rage For iOS Makes Slaying Mutants Beautiful And Fun! (4 Stars)

There are very few games that pique my interest – I’m not what you’d call a hardcore gamer. However, Rage for iOS has my full and undivided attention plus the cost of entry — it’s that good! Rage for iOS is another media marvel from id Software, the fine folks who brought you Quake and Read more…

Rage For iOS Brings Extreme Gameplay At An Affordable Price

id Software has released the extremely interactive and gory first-person shooter RAGE for all iOS devices. The game is a scaled down version of the forthcoming Mac/PC release but packs a visual punch. RAGE, priced at an extremely affordable $0.99 for the Standard Definition version of the game and only $1.99 for the High Def Read more…

Review: LEGO Creationary

Review: LEGO Creationary
LEGO has released a clever little game for the iPad, and it’s entirely free. Based on the LEGO board game Creationary, the object is simple: while you watch as the game builds something, you have to guess what’s being built. The game gives you four possibilities to choose from, and you have to pick which Read more…

Review: Puff Puff

Review: Puff Puff
So back when the gulf oil spill took place, somebody thought it would be a good idea to help raise funds for the cleanup by creating an iPhone game themed around the disaster. (Yeah, I really just typed that.) Puff Puff is the result, a simple little side-scroller that finds you steering a blowfish through Read more…