Noodles Now: The Fastest Food Around

Noodles Now: The Fastest Food Around

As Blade Runner ably demonstrated to us back in 1982, the future shall be dominated by the Chinese. This was due to Los Angeles having such a large immigrant Chinese population at the time of pre-production. Following the demographic trend, by 2019 the filmmakers guessed, the population would be significant enough to dominate most of the city. Or maybe Ridley just though big neon kanji signs were cool. Either way, in that dystopian future, noodles…

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Polysudoku: Sudoku Gone 3D

Polysudoku: Sudoku Gone 3D

When the working week arrives, often the part that requires the most effort is the public transport morning commute to the office. Sure, you could read up on some key notes for the day or decide if you can be bothered to ask your boss what he or she did last night, or you could download the latest brain-busting number puzzle app and get your brain prepared for the day ahead! Introducing Polysudoku; the game is essentially…

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Warship Solitaire: A Cool Cruise In Nostalgia

Warship Solitaire: A Cool Cruise In Nostalgia

Remember Battleship? The cool blue plastic game set with the red and white pins? Most often played with a sibling or similar age relative, I have yet to encounter a game capable of producing similar instances of rage. The look of glee in the eyes of your enemy as they realise they’ve found your five piece vessel and destruction of your most valuable weapon in your armada is imminent is not something you forget in…

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Survivors: The Quest Brings Epic Scale RPG To iPad

Survivors: The Quest Brings Epic Scale RPG To iPad

RPGs (Role Playing Games to the uninitiated) are my favourite type of game. They afford a gaming experience like no other, often going on for weeks at a time. They usually have an emotional hook with an epic story, and ways to progress and power up the characters as you move along. This week, prolific developer G5 Games have entered the RPG fray with their mini epic Survivors: The Quest, a tale of three people…

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Mahjong Journey: Modernising The Mystical Allure Of Mahjong

Mahjong Journey: Modernising The Mystical Allure Of Mahjong

Does anyone here know how to play Mahjong? I’d heard of it, but if you asked me the rules of the game, or indeed any of the basic mechanics, I’d be at a loss. It conjures up images of oriental palaces and the like, ancient monks in wide-brimmed straw hats sitting meditatively around a board, while leaves fall delicately in the background. So I was mildly surprised to learn that it is still a wildly…

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Shuffler Game is a collection of sliding puzzle games – Review

Shuffler Game is a collection of sliding puzzle games – Review

I have always been a keen player of those classic games tic-tac-toe, Rubik’s Cube and Connect Four. So, Shuffler Game was always going to be a winner for me as it possesses many of the classic styles these old games used. What you get is a collection of sliding puzzle games on three different board sizes with four levels of difficulty. There is a 5×5 level that I found absolutely difficult. Shuffler Game is in…

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Wordy, a compelling but fun puzzle game – Video Review

Wordy, a compelling but fun puzzle game – Video Review

Wordy is a unique word puzzle game play that would benefit children learning grammar and wordplay. It is an app brought to you by Desktop Daydreams. It may well help to brush up on the skills in adults too. Users of this app have described it as unique, great to play and highly interesting. Even if you would not normally play this type of game, give it a go and you will probably find that…

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