Carpet Flight – Magic Carpet with or without the Magic

In the golden age of 3D gaming, a lot of truly groundbreaking titles smashed into software shops to dazzle fans. One of the best back in the mid nineties and still a benchmark title is Magic Carpet by Bullfrog games. Not sure how much magic is in the MellisugaSoft’s Carpet Flight, but at least there is a glimmering bit of borrowed inspiration. Carpet Flight isn’t an action game; it plays closer to Glyder than anything and could be called relaxing.

Funny, this game popped up after a request in our forums for an iDevice Magic Carpet.

Carpet Flight MellisugaSoft, Carpet Flight – $0.99

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Sexy Maid Service – get dirty with Megan

iFun4All want to show our insular iDevice world the Playboy of a new iGeneration. Sexy Maid Service is the first among a series of “subtle and classy” interactive erotica. According to iFun4All’s sexy producer Piotr Bielatowicz, this new game series will accomplish the sexy without falling into the porn category. But before we get too far, I have a slight bone to pick with the lads at iFun4All: flip TMA’s banner around just a bit, and… Well, aside from the incumbent lawsuit between us, Sexy Maid Service looks like a fun way to safely enjoy housework and Megan.

Sexy Maid Service iFun4all, Sexy Maid Service – $2.99

A little more sumthin’ sumthin’ after the gap:

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Sims3 World Adventure – Safari-ing its way to the iDevice

Sims3 is already a great game for the iDevice. But EA aren’t about to stop with fishing and baking. The Sims3 World Adventure will bring a host of new features to the simulation franchise including: famous destinations, loads of new goals, much more custom content, and the ability to import your favourite characters from Sims3! Look for it at the App Store … sometime. We will keep you posted.

In the meantime, read TMA’s review of Sims3 and if you haven’t already, download it!

The Sims 3 Electronic Arts, The Sims 3 – $6.99

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iQuarium in Review – The portable fish tank (Fish included!)

Have you always wanted a fish to care for and own that awesome looking aquarium for it to live in? Well, now you can with iQuarium! Developed by Infinite Dreams, iQuarium is hands down one of the best looking apps for the iDevice, especially on the 3GS. Not only does it look great, but how cool is it to have a fully interactive and intuitive fish living right in your iPhone/iPod Touch? Feel free to discuss this review of iQuarium in our forums.

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Emergency City in Review – A Guide to Good Governance

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A building bursts into flames. Shooting erupts in the building a block away. In another part of the city, there is a major virus outbreak. Good governance means providing timely and efficient services. In busy and crowded cities, sometimes there are several emergencies to attend to in a single day. In real life, however, action is not as efficient and quick.

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Home Sweet Home in Review: A House is Not a Home ‘Til You Build It!

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Popular PC game Home Sweet Home is now pocket-sized for the iPhone and iPod Touch! Fans of social networking games such as Pet Society will instantly recognize the irresistible appeal of designing your own space and exploring the permutations of your creativity from the game that started it all in 2007.

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Ace Combat Xi Skies of Incursion within striking distance of App Store debut

Flight combat fans get ready, Namco’s port of the critically acclaimed Ace Combat: Skies of Deception is approaching at mach speed and headed for an explosive landing (?) in App Store territory this winter. Appbank have taken a look at a development version whose pristine graphics according to some, eclipse the PSP version. It will sport accelerometer/touch controls, loads of explosions, and anime.

Screenies and newly released video after the gap:

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America’s Next Top Model in Review – Good Glitz

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Never thought I’d go on the record saying that I enjoy an app based on the absurd America’s Next Top Model comedy/’reality’ TV show, but I will ad I do. In fact, I enjoy it so much that of its four cycles, I have already completed 2 – not bad for someone who was considered the ugly duckling by his classmates! Well, for Sims fans, for fans of mini-games, and to a lesser extent, for fans of resource-management fans, this game rocks.

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