Review: Yahtzee for iPad

Review: Yahtzee for iPad
Whether you want to jump into a quick solo game or play against opponents (both real or virtual), Yahtzee for iPad is a terrific, visually rich experience that rarely disappoints. For serious fans of the original dice game, it’s an absolute requirement. I can’t say enough good things about the graphic and audio experience. The Read more…

Review: Shady Puzzles HD

Review: Shady Puzzles HD
Deductive reasoning is the name of the game when it comes to Shady Puzzles HD, a new release from ambdaMu Games. It mixes hand-drawn grids and graphics with mathematics to stretch your brain and tingle that grey matter. It’s also surprisingly fun. Read more…

Review: Say What You See

Review: Say What You See
A good game doesn’t have to be a terribly deep one. Take for example, Big Ideas Corporation’s Say What You See, a simple little puzzler app that’s so addictive, it’ll keep you up at night, trying for hours on end to figure it out. Read more…

Review: Ultimate Alphabet

Review: Ultimate Alphabet
Ultimate Alphabet is one of the best unknown gems for the iPad. The name sounds like a set of flashcards for your toddler, but the game is anything but. It’s more like an interactive Renaissance painting. The screenshot you see above represents the main game board, where there are 362 objects that start with the Read more…

Review: WordGenius

Review: WordGenius
Just about anybody who’s played games on Facebook has at least tried out Scramble. It’s a 4×4 or 5×5 block of letters where you connect consecutive letters to form words. The more words you find, the better your score. It’s a simple but surprisingly addictive little word puzzler. Catnip Media brings the fun of Scramble Read more…