Best Apps for Learning Blackjack

Best Apps for Learning Blackjack

The game of Blackjack is favorite amongst casino players. It is fast, it is exciting and it can net you some big wins. Over the years Blackjack has evolved and has taken on many forms though the original is still beloved by many to this day. If you are a newcomer to the world of table games, you might want to start off with Blackjack since this is a simple game at first glance –…

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NeonMob: Etsy x CCGs = Something Very Cool

NeonMob: Etsy x CCGs = Something Very Cool

Collectable card games have always been a bit of a phenomenon. Since their introduction in 1993, they’ve been a hit with collectors and players alike. Magic: The Gathering would be the staple CCG still going strong with fans all over the world; but other series like Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh and Star Wars have managed to carve a niche for them selves in recent years. And like most other games and hobbies, collectible card games have wasted no…

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JotTheDate: A Fun Filled Way To Fill Up Your Calendar

JotTheDate: A Fun Filled Way To Fill Up Your Calendar

Calendars are dull. They all look the same, despite whatever novelty picture their makers decide to put at the top of every month, and more than that, they’re monotonous. The same lines of scrawled handwriting, over and over again, moving you through life. Even moving from real life calendars to digital calendars has done little to alleviate the dreariness. Add to that the fact that iPhone calendars are simply difficult to use, and it’s a mystery why…

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Puzzle The Picture: Picking Up The Pieces

Puzzle The Picture: Picking Up The Pieces

Jigsaw puzzles used to be all the rage. Now, however, they’ve fallen out of favour, largely I assume, because they don’t come complete with a touch screen. They were invented in 1760 or there about, and were originally constructed by painting the image onto the wood, then cutting said wood with a jigsaw, hence the name. Things soon switched to cardboard, and remained that way for many years. Until now. Mikal Johansen has switched the game…

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Take On New Horizons With This Challenging New Game By Pixeljam

Take On New Horizons With This Challenging New Game By Pixeljam

Horizons are usually a signifier of hope and a better life, you look to them when you’re in dire straights and they give you the gusto to go on. Imagine a global apocalypse, the likes of which have never been seen, that leaves the Earth totally wrecked and uninhabitable. The next horizon you’ll be looking to will literally be your last – the vast expanses of space that you’ll be forced to enter will stretch…

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Glowsticks At The Ready For A Starific Experience

Glowsticks At The Ready For A Starific Experience

If you’ve ever been to Cyber-dog in Camden Town, London, looked around at the strange, colourful, alien rave gear and wondered what it would be like if you dropped ecstasy, turned into a star and started playing a mashup of space invaders and pong, then the concept of Starific – Endless Arcade Reactor by developer Alex Gierczyk might seem somewhat familiar to you and not all together mental (like it is for the rest of…

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Get Down And Dirty To Make Swampy Squeaky Clean In Where’s My Water App By Creature Feep

Get Down And Dirty To Make Swampy Squeaky Clean In Where’s My Water App By Creature Feep

If you’re in your 30s you’re probably not reading this article, in which case, if you are reading this article (which you are) you definitely won’t remember Swampy. Swampy, born in 1973 was an environmental activist and all round eco-warrior, he gained national fame after spending a week in a complex series of tunnels, protesting an extension to the A30 road in Devon, UK. I believe that if Swampy had been around in the age…

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Heed The Call To Adventure With New 7 Wonders Of The World

Heed The Call To Adventure With New 7 Wonders Of The World

Apparently, the Seven Wonders of the World have not always remained consistent. There’s the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, which typically include Stonehenge, the Colosseum, the catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, the Great Wall of China, the Porcelain Tower of Nanjing, Hagia Sofia (points if you know what the hell that even is) and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. They’re the originals, the classics, if you will. But in 2000, a new initiative was…

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Maadly: It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Maad Online World

Maadly: It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Maad Online World

Everything in the online world is instantaneous and sadly, predictable. There’s no real surprise factor anymore, because you can pretty much anticipate what you’re going to discover in your daily timelines and newsfeeds. Not to say that everything is boring, but it sure is repetitive. You know these people and you know their likes, dislikes and priorities. In our modern world, we’re able to transmit that information in mere seconds. As the late B.B. King…

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Full Tilt Addictiveness With Dot Worlds

Full Tilt Addictiveness With Dot Worlds

What had you achieved by the time you were 11-years-old? For me, the year was 1999; I’d managed to kiss a girl behind the bike sheds, get into a decent secondary school, and maybe design a character or two for a comic book epic I had planned. I also had completed Zelda: Ocarina of Time without the aid of the internet, which is no mean feat I assure you, but sadly outside the scope of…

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Oozzat!?: 8 Out Of 10 Secret Agents Agree

Oozzat!?: 8 Out Of 10 Secret Agents Agree

I’ve just finished reading a book called ‘I Am Pilgrim’, which tells the story of a covert agent sent to Turkey in a last ditch attempt to stop a catastrophic terrorist attack on the US. Because it’s a spy thriller, there’s constant talk of the ‘secret world’, about how every phone conversation everywhere is monitored by a classified system called ‘Echelon’ and how everyone’s past lives and histories are there for the taking by hackers,…

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Breezy Leaf: Unbeleafably Addictive

Breezy Leaf: Unbeleafably Addictive

The best simple, yet extremely engaging game I have ever played is Densha De Go! (Go By Train) 3, an extraordinary little number for an obscure platform I can’t quite remember (could’ve been the Sega Saturn). For perhaps obvious reasons, the game (and indeed series) was only released in Japan. The premise involves the player operating a number of different trains around the railways of the metropolis of Tokyo. It’s challenges were nothing more than stopping…

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Wilbur Fun on the Farm

Wilbur Fun on the Farm

iPhoneglance Rating:[rating=5] Parents may recognize the cast of “Wilbur Fun on the Farm” from the Discovery channel series that ended in 2006.  The lovable calf Wilbur, Ray the Rooster, along with Dasha the Duck and Libby the Lamb are back again in a very cute game designed to entertain the preschool set. Actually Wilbur Fun on the farm is a suite of mini games.  The main menu serves as a kind of hub for navigating…

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Kids Fun for iPad as Over 70 Games and Activities For The Little Ones

Kids Fun for iPad as Over 70 Games and Activities For The Little Ones

iPhoneGlance Rating [rating=4] An app for kids that takes apps to the next level in both quantity and quality, Kids Fun is no more or less a value for money download. There is little doubt you will get your money’s worth here. This app has no less than a staggering 70-plus games and activities, enough to keep the little ones busy until they grow out of childhood nearly. Kids Fun allows your young mites to…

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iPhone Vs iPads, “Beat it” Spoof video

This is hilarious, Just Tweet it. Spoof video dedicated to our favourite devices the iPad and the iPhone. “iPads and iPhones face-off in this Apple-themed Twitter anthem that spoofs Michael Jackson’s “Beat it”. From youtube user pantlessknights, these guys are good. Check out the video below.

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