Review: LetterMpress

Review: LetterMpress
Ever heard of “letterpress,” aka the wood-tile printing press? It’s becoming an extreme rarity in our modern age, the hand-crafted beauty of it going nearly extinct. LetterMpress for iPad is the creation of letterpress enthusiasts who want to keep the artform alive. Read more…

Review: TV Forecast HD

Review: TV Forecast HD
There was a time when TV Guide‘s grid was useful. Back in the days when there were only a handful of channels or even a few dozen. But today, when most cable or satellite subscribers get hundreds of channels, we need a new paradigm. Enter TV Forecast HD. Read more…

Review: Bumpy Road

Review: Bumpy Road
Deceptively simple but hard to master, Bumpy Road might just be the perfect cure to every kind of “few minutes of boredom.” Read more…

Review: The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore

Review: The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
Technically, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is classified as a storybook for kids of all ages. In truth, it’s the kind of special product that belongs to a class all by itself. There’s simply nothing whatsoever to compare it to, no other storybook app that approaches its level of quality. And I Read more…

Review: Harry Potter Film Wizardry

Review: Harry Potter Film Wizardry
Being fascinated by all aspects of the creative process, I’m a total sucker for movie making-of books. And boy, is this one a doozy. Covering numerous aspects of the production of films 1 through 7 (along with a hint of 8), Harry Potter Film Wizardry was one I couldn’t wait to sink my teeth into. Read more…

Review: Kona’s Crate

Review: Kona's Crate
Kona’s Crate is one quirky little puzzler. The game has you controlling a floating platform that carries a simple wooden crate. Your job is to maneuver the crate up and down and between obstacles to deliver it Chief Kona. The catch? The crate isn’t locked down to the platform. Read more…

Review: Blogsy

Review: Blogsy
The iPad is a great media consumption and gaming device. There’s nothing else like it. But the Holy Grail for serious iPad users is genuine productivity. And I don’t think anyone’s arrived there quite yet. Read more…

Review: Drawn

Review: Drawn
Drawn is an adventure game like none you’ve ever played. There are puzzles, sure, but they’re built right into the game’s environments and story, and don’t jump out at you. The real focus of the game seems to be this compelling fantasy story that you must navigate through and ultimately, help make happen. Read more…

Review: Moom

Review: Moom
Moom might just be the best little accessory for your Mac that you never knew you needed. Once you use it, you’ll never want to live without it. Read more…

Review: Carcassonne for iPad

Review: Carcassonne for iPad
The Coding Monkeys’ implementation of the German-style board game Carcassonne for iPad (and iPhone) is absolutely beautiful. The game was designed with a deeply respectful attention to detail, with every last feature that fans could hope for — and then some. Read more…