The Farm Frenzy franchise has always been a bit of a standout amongst the time management games that I’ve played. It’s more goal oriented than its brethren, and as the name implies, it can get quite hectic, pretty much on every level after the first four or five. It’s a nice change of pace from the typical storefront type management sims, though it might be a bit much for the more casual gamer. So far Farm Frenzy 3 is no exception to the rule, and it’s a great reminder of why the series is so popular. If you’re tired of serving food, running a boutique or managing a hotel, maybe it’s time for a bit of frenzy in your life.
Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement in Review – None of the above, but a devilishly good puzzler
The adventure game genre has seen quite varied incarnations on the iDevice. From ports of the classic games like Broken Sword: Director’s Cut (TMA Review), to all original hardcore adventures in 1112 episode 02 or HECTOR: Badge of Carnage Ep1 (TMA Review), to more light hearted ones such as Mystery Mania (TMA Review), a good number have found their rightful spot in our App Store’s Best Adventure list. And it is this last genre that has just been updated with a title with the very long name of Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement.