3 Surprisingly Addictive iPhone Games

3 Surprisingly Addictive iPhone Games

The iPhone has already established itself as the dominant force in smartphone gaming. The reasons for this are simple; developers go where there’s the most money to be made, and also opt for the platform they can most easily develop for. With Android spanning several different hardware variants, and Apple keeping it slick and streamlined with their iPhone series, it’s no wonder the most addictive games right now are premiering on iPhone. Here’s four of…

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Our Favourite Problem Solving Games

Our Favourite Problem Solving Games

Smartphones can be annoying: they ring at inconvenient times, get your phone insured for their own protection and threaten to soak up every minute of available time. But phone games can be quiet saviours, offering a great way to save time while waiting for appointments, on public transport or simply waiting to pick someone up from school, work or play. With little free time, it can be a struggle to choose a new game to play…

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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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3 Best RPGs Available On Your Smartphone

3 Best RPGs Available On Your Smartphone

Some may argue that the premier gaming platform to emerge over the last few years is not made by Nintendo, Sony or Microsoft. Despite all three companies coming out with big hitter consoles (with another wave no doubt imminent), the champion is in fact the smartphone. Mobile gaming is a shockingly dominant industry, turning over millions of revenue and topping the global charts in terms of players. Detractors will argue that this is just for…

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Number Chef: A Tasty Old School Puzzler

Number Chef: A Tasty Old School Puzzler

Cooking goes well with a lot of things. It can go well with a burgeoning relationship, for instance. It can also work effectively with the radio, when it’s on in the background. Similarly, maths can also go well with a lot of things. Protractors, rulers, textboooks, etc. The list is comprehensive. However, I’ve never thought of combining the two, as they seem at cross-purposes. But taking a closer look reveals that they aren’t all that…

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Perfect Piano: How Do You Get To Carnegie Hall?

Perfect Piano: How Do You Get To Carnegie Hall?

It’s a sad fact of musicians’ lives that pianos are huge. And I’m not just talking about the grand variation. Even if you want to lug a keyboard around with you, it’s still a Herculean task to take it anywhere further than half a mile. Plus, you need a stand, ‘cos you can’t play the thing on the ground. Guitars, no hassle, throw ‘em over your back. Saxophone, no problem, don’t even bother with a…

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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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