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CozyQuest in Review- Community Quest

Update: We’re giving away 5 copies of CozyQuest. Be sure to check here for more info! (Contest runs May4th – May 8th) Role Playing and Massively Multiplayer Online fans have consistently made up a large base of computer and console software sales in the last 10 years. Recently, the iDevice became home to a slew
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Interview with StormBASIC – 7 Days Apocalypse

TMA’s Candy L recently interviewed Antonio of StormBASIC for his brand new game, 7 Days Apocalypse. Candy is a big fan of B-movies & Resident Evil,  so she was excited to speak with Antonio about the impressive and action packed  Zombie game. Antonio, as the developer for StormBASIC, 7 Days Apocalypse is one of the
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Doodle Jump Review- As Addictive as Crack!

We interrupt this review to bring you the following announcement: WARNING! Doodle Jump is addictive and will cause you to lose large amounts of your day. Now back to your regularly scheduled review. Yes, this simple game of trying to make your little green alien jump to the highest platform possible is incredibly intoxicating. For
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Toki Tori Hands On Preview- Egg-Tastic!

Once in awhile a game comes along that is unexpectedly impressive in gameplay, graphics, controls and most importantly, fun factor. Chillingo’s egg-cellent upcoming platform Toki Tori is such a game. Toki Tori’s journey began as a Game Boy Color game back in 2001 that eventually made its way onto the Nintendo Wii via Wii-ware. Now
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Sally’s Spa Review – Sally’s Back!

Yes, this is the same Sally from Sally’s Salon and she is back with a Spa! Sally’s Spa was a Best Selling casual & Time Management game for the PC/Mac and I can see why! There is a lot packed into this game. Don’t worry if you have already played Sally’s Salon, because Sally’s Spa
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Glyder in Review – Come Fly With Me

Developer Glu has created Glyder, one of the most beautiful games I’ve ever played and I guarantee you will love this game if you have ever wanted to soar above the clouds. I feel the same when playing Glyder as I would fly in past flying dreams. Let’s get ready for take off!
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iQuest in Review- King For a Day

I bought iQuest from Better Day Wireless then I first laid my eyes on it in the iTunes App Store. It is a real Fantasy MMO (Massively Multi-player Online) with Role playing elements in it! iQuest is a much more serious MMO in my eyes than the dime a dozen iMafia & iMob. It is a refreshing
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7 Days Apocalypse: We’ve got 7 days to save the world

We’ve got 4 minutes to save the world! Oops, that’s from the Madonna song…ahem. We’ve got 7 days, exactly 7 days to save the entire human species from turning into zombies! Can we do it? Yes we can! From the makers of Ankagua3D, StormBASIC now tackles the survival horror genre with ’7 Days Apocalypse’, which
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Bass Fishing Mania in Review- Fishing Smack down

Bass Fishing Mania is another Fishing Sim from Player One Sports, which gave me a good indication this would be good for Fishing fans! I don’t fish in real life, 1993 was the last time I really went fishing with my then father-in-law and I only caught tiny little fish. He told my sister and
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Flip Disc in Review – Master of The Discs

I was pretty excited to get to review a new puzzle game named Flip Disc from Chillingo, after all they brought us The Quest and iDracula, among other quality games. The concept of the game is very simple, rotate the five discs and form a line of the same color of different colored gems that
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Otto Matic: Alien Invasion in Review – War of the Worlds

When I was a little girl, my mother fueled my interest in old B&W science fiction movies that weren’t very good at all. They were entertaining though and many laughable. These types of movies are commonly known as “B-Movies” and many a Saturday I spent watching them totally transfixed. I would also freak out over
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Bobby Carrot 1 in Review – He’s no Bugs Bunny

Let’s rewind to April 2004 shall we? Five years ago the beloved Bobby Carrot was born! Bobby Carrot started off as a J2ME Mobile game. To celebrate the 5th anniversary of Bobby Carrot, FDG software has started releasing four of the Bobby Carrot prequels priced at only $0.99 every month. Let’s see how the first
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Build-a-lot in Review – Be a Real Estate Mogul

Have you ever seen “Flip This House” and those Makeover home shows? If you have enjoyed those shows, enjoy strategy, time management and even tycoon games, then Build-a-lot is for you! Build-a-lot, was the #1 casual strategy mobile game that let users build, buy, sell, and rent real estate with one essential goal, to become
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Fruit Juice Tycoon in Review – Time Management with A Twist

Time Management Fans Rejoice! In the new Time Management game, Fruit Juice Tycoon (formerly known as Blue Mango Twist), you are Nancy, a brand new fruit juice maker who is working her way up to become in the big leagues in the fruit juice world. This is a TM game with an actual storyline unlike
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Dungeon Defense: Crypt Edition in Review – Tower Defense: The Undead Way

Tower Defense has just gotten a very promising upgrade in the form of InMotion Software’s Dungeon Defense:Crypt Edition. This Tower Defense game has come out of seemingly nowhere. The graphically excellent game has a lot of TD fans excited with good reason but can it compete with the “big boys”  like Field Runners and the
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Blade of Betrayal in Review – Retro Vengeance + 1 Promo Code

Billy Garretsen, the president of Perfect Dork Studios has said its taken 6 years for the retro platformer game Blade of Betrayal to be the game it is today and to get to the idevice. Garretson was heavily influenced by games such as Castlevania, Mega Man and Metroid when he first went about creating Blades
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Wolfenstein 3D Classic in Review – Generation X Nostalgia

Let’s rewind to 1996 shall we? 12 years ago, I had an archaic Packard Bell Desktop Pentium that ran at a snail’s pace of only 75 MHz, but I played lots of games on it. One of those games was Wolfenstein 3D. This game was unlike any other PC game I had played before because
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