Gangster Rocco is a game that is currently out for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Basically you play as the mouse named Rocco who is a gangster for god knows what reason. Rocco is suited and booted with his magnum that you cannot use. In the game, he is chased by the other cats whom he needs to avoid else he gets beaten up or something. The aim of the game is simple, collect as much cheese as possible to progress to the next few levels. Continue reading
Auditorium was first introduced on the PC through their very own website www.playauditorium.com some time ago. On their site, they have the flash version for people to try out the game before actually purchasing it. Recently, they have ported the game over to the iPhone and iTouch. Auditorium is a puzzle game that simply fascinates people with the genius concept and wonderful music. Continue reading
Culica is a puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It is a hybrid of tetris and the rubix cube. Before we continue, I must say that this puzzle game is devilishly tough. I did manage to complete the easy difficulty once by sheer luck after several tries. It might be due to the lack of technique or skills or simply the game is that hard. Continue reading
New version of popular hidden object detective quest The Stone of Destiny was released by Avallon Alliance. Let’s celebrate the coming of French localization. Only for a week the latest version of the first hidden object game for iPhone is available at App Store at a 30% discount.
“We have thoroughly read all feedbacks and reviews, – Arthur Ostapenko, Founder & CEO of Avallon Alliance says. – Some users told that the art was great but sometimes it was a bit difficult to find little objects. In newest version we have fixed this problem”.
In version 1.3 seeking became more favorable due to extra zoom.
Improved control: double click allows bringing play screen nearer and expand the picture by two fingers.
Translation into French is particularly good solution for The Stone of Destiny because of its detective story. Intriguing plot is the special feature of the game. All stages are tied with text that is read as an adventure novel.
The Stone of Destiny is absolute hit of App Store. A year ago it demonstrated that hidden object was perfect genre for iPhone platform. The game brings memories of the Indiana Jones good old adventures and a spirit of favorite films. All classic of the genre are here for fans of mysteries: yellowed map of the world, shipwrecks, abandoned altars, excavations of mystical temples, libraries in ancient houses, the abyss of variety items created with the help of rich graphics and …a love story.
Remarkable graphical concept mixes comic book style and rich art of main play screens.
Guess the News is an iPhone word game that is both educational and fun at the same time. It is something like the game show wheel of fortune where you have to guess the letters to a particular sentence or phrase. Guess the News follows that concept but with a delightful twist. Instead of guessing from a fixed set of words and phrases, the game allows players to guess the headline titles of latest news retrieved from various different news websites. These news relates to the real ongoing world of course and as you play here the game and guess the title, you can choose to read the article if the headline title appeals to you. Continue reading
Here I have yet another puzzle game to present to you. This time, this puzzle game is a port of a flash game. The game is again simple, yet challenging. Simple in the sense that the graphics it presents, the concept behind the whole game is straightforward and uncomplicated. The puzzles, however, are all challenging and pose a difficulty to many. To complete all stages require not only high intellectual powers but also high patience. Sometimes you got to think a little more to get the answers in a test right? Continue reading
Many months ago an online friend of mine (Swift) requested my help in enriching his website with more content. After some initial rejection, I eventually took up the offer & began writing some tutorials but my interest died fast due to 2 main reasons:
- As a poor soul serving my 2 years NS liability I do not want to burn my precious weekends writing content for the public.
- I’m just a procastinator who fails at life.
But—this little application gave me a little hope. With WordPress for iPhone, I could write some blog posts on my iPodTouch during my free time in bunk & with the application’s website announcing the application will be moving towards iPhone OS 3.0, I figured it will be a good time to review this application & hope future versions of it contains what I wished for. As an application built for a mobile device, it spots an uncluttered interface with a design aimed at people making short posts in my opinion. I will focus on mainly 2 functions of writing a blog post, entering text & adding pictures. Continue reading