PBA Bowling 2 In Review – Can You Handle Your Balls As Well As The Pros?

There is certainly no shortage of sports games in the App Store nowadays. Everything from ping pong to hockey can be enjoyed on your iDevice; you name it and as the proverbial line goes, “there’s an app for that”. Recently I was given to opportunity to review Concrete Software’s PBA Bowling 2, a bowling game that features some of the biggest stars in the PBA. Seeing how I haven’t hit the bowling alley in years, I was eager to check it out. Read on to see if PBA Bowling 2 delivers the strikes, or wound up in the gutter.

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ClayTracker Scores Another Hit as Staff Favorite on iPhone App Store

Wilmington, North Carolina – EXPOGO, Inc. the developer of the first clay target “Digital Scorecard” for the iPhone and iPod touch announced today that ClayTracker has been chosen for the second time by Apple to be featured on the App Store. Version 2.0 was recently released and now includes scoring for American, English and International/Olympic Skeet.

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Mike V: Do or Die! In Review – Tricks and grinds do just fine!

Skateboarding has always been a gaming love of mine.  Over the years sk8t games have gotten better and better with no foreseeable end in sight.  More recently I have noticed iDevice skateboarding games. With the compact/portable nature of the device, as well as things like the built in accelerometer, I can see this as a great platform for this type of game.  Luckily for me, Mike V: Do or Die popped on the scene and into my heart. Read on for the bump and grind! Feel free to discuss this review of Mike V: Do or Die! in our forums.

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Full Count – Baseball pitchers, not beer pitchers

When I read the words, ‘Full Count’, I thought beer. Then, when in the next sentence, pitchers performance slid in, my beer gut got excited. Well, Full Count isn’t a beer app. Nope. It is an app to help coaches and parents with the little league, and I think that means baseball. A pitcher is that little tyke who throws a ball. S/he is also the poor sod whose performance numbers Full Count tracks. This pitching app helps track performance for an inning, game, or season so you can track the usefulness of training regimens.

FullCount MacWoodworking LLC, FullCount – $2.99

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2010 Winter Olympic theme song another gold for sound engineer and TMA friend, Stephen Heidinga

The 2010 Vancouver Olympics are still a few weeks off, but Canadian recording engineer and long-time TMA buddy (though I prefer to call him ‘mate’), Stephen Heidinga is already pushing for gold. Musician Stephan Moccio’sI Believe‘, is sung by Nikki Yanofsky and has exploded all over the CTV and Canada’s largest news organisations. But TouchMyApp’s centrefold is Stephen Heidinga, the talented and kind long-time friend of TouchMyApps’ founders.

Humbly surprised, the 190cm giant says: “I could never have expected this. The craziest part is that I’m JUST 2 years out of school and I’ve been a part of two gold records and now the Olympic theme song.”

The two gold records now under his belt are:

Annie Villeneuve - Annie Villeneuve Annie Villeneuve – Annie Villeneuve, 9.99$

The Canadian Tenors - The Perfect Gift The Canadian Tenors – The Perfect Gift, 10.99$

Congrats Stephen and Go Canada! Of course, for you Olympic sporting buffs, a post like this isn’t complete without an app: Winter Olympics – Vancouver 2010. CXI Gaming’s app is an up-to-date news app which is 100% made in Canada.

Winter Olympics - Vancouver 2010 CXI Gaming, Winter Olympics – Vancouver 2010 – $1.99

You can follow Stephen’s work on Twitter @svenheidinga or his webpage: POPULARWAR.

King Strike in Review – The war of the billiard balls!


One my favourite sports is billiards. I love both the American pool (mostly 8-ball) and the more difficult Russian variant, pyramid. I even like watching snooker, though I can’t even begin to understand it. Now what would happen if the red and yellow balls in, say, your average 8-ball game decided to go all out and start a war? Well, now you can find out!

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NBA Live by EA Sports in Review – EA’s Attempt At Another Slam Dunk!


EA were one of the first big companies to begin porting versions of some of their most popular titles to the iPlatform. I had the opportunity to get my hands on one of their latest and most recognizable series in NBA Live. With all the successful releases of other franchise titles – FIFA, Madden 10, C&C: Red Alert, the public (myself included) have set the bar fairly high for the powerhouse developers. Read on to see how one of the most popular console sports game franchises stacks up on the iPhone/iPod Touch.

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Watch NBA games LIVE on your iPhone (and iPod Touch)

NBA-league-mobile-pass1The NBA season is finally underway and you’re probably getting your basketball fill with EA’s NBA Live. While playing a simulated 5-on-5 video game can be fun, you know nothing beats the real thing. So, what better way to catch all your favorite teams on your iDevice than with NBA’s League Pass app! The NBA has just released League Pass Mobile, an app that will allow you to watch over 40 games LIVE (WiFi or 3G) per week for the entire 2009-2010 season. That’s right. Live.

MobiTV, NBA League Pass Mobile, $39.99, 1.6 MB
NBA League Pass Mobile

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Pro Beach Volleyball in Review – Beach bikini fun without all that sand

pro-beach-volleyball-review1With winter creeping up on us I’m really starting to miss those warm summer days where bikinis and bouncing beach volleyballs dot the horizon. I recently got my hands on Soarion Studios’ Pro Beach Volleyball which delivers all the bikinis and beach volleyball anyone could want, but without all the gritty sand.

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