I love finding apps that really take advantage of what the iPad can do. I’m also a proud-and-out-loud font geek. iFontMaker is a mind-blowing app that scratches both of these itches in wondrous, sublime ways.
Before I met my wife, I was unfamiliar with German board games. I’d never heard of Settlers of Catan or Carcassonne. But once she introduced me to them, I was hooked. The intelligent design and mechanics of these clever games made instant sense, and I wondered why I’d never heard of them before. Ticket to […]
Remedy Entertainment is best known as the creator of the genre-busting, story-driven shootersÂ Max Payne and Alan Wake, but before those characters were born, Remedy published a racing-and-shooting classic that’s largely unknown by today’s gamers. But fifteen years after the release of the original PC game,Â Death Rally is back and better than ever.
Max & the Magic Marker has gotten a lot of hype and a lot of love over the last few months, so I decided it was time to give the game its official AppleGazette review. After playing through the game, here’s what I thought of it.
Drawing apps are a dime a dozen, but what really sets a great art app apart is when it makes creating beautiful, sophisticated drawings significantly easier. Sketch Club is just such an app, and it’s probably my favorite piece of drawing software for iOS.
EA didn’t try to reinvent the wheel when they ported perennial arcade classic Snood to the iPad. But what they came up with radically alters the gameplay — in a surprisingly good way — nonetheless.
Are you looking for a sleeve to protect your MacBook Pro when it’s bundled with books and supplies in a backpack or for general coverage? Incase’s Nylon Protective Sleeve for the 13″ MacBook Pro not only does the job but looks great. About Incase’s Nylon sleeve The Nylon sleeve comes in various color schemes but […]
I’ve reviewed a lot of match-3 games. A whole lot. The iTunes App Store is littered with ‘em. So the last thing I was hoping for when I openedÂ Heroes of Kalevala was yet another game of matching three same-colored tiles, jewels, or what have you.Â But three days later, I’m still filling every spare moment by […]
Every once in a while one discovers a new game, which even non-gamers enjoy. In last years zombies and the zombiecalypse have been omni-present and we love to blame Danny Boyle for this but thanks to probably the same Danny Boyle, we now can play Pro Zombie Soccer: Apocalypse Edition.
Adventure gamers will go ga-ga over Mumbo Jumbo’s Samantha Swift and the Fountains of Fate — particularly if you enjoy scavenger hunts, though the game offers quite a bit more than that. And at $9.99 (pretty pricy for an iOS game), it had better.