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Ninja Must Die App Review

Ninja Must Die is a free gaming app developed by UltraVires. It is a 2D side-scrolling game that follows the common app gameplay where your have to run as far as you can, avoiding obstacles along the way. It is quite sad that there are a lot of game apps that are just “duplicates” of other apps. There are a lot of “free-run” games. And there are a lot of “free-run” games that feature ninjas

Snails vs. Ants HD App Review, Tips and Tricks

Snails vs. Ants HD is a tower defense (TD) game developed and published by Duole. The game uses a freemium model, meaning the game is free but there are also in-game items that can be purchased using real money. I’ve played some TD games before and I didn’t like all of them. I never liked them and I stayed away from them. That’s until I played Snails vs. Ants. I got addicted to this game

Ancient Quest App Review

Ancient Quest is an app developed and published by NuGames. It was released for the iOS and is available for free. Honestly, I think the game is actually a bit promising. The concept of having a sword and sorcery type of game, controlled with directional pads and buttons (kinda like Assassin’s Creed for the iOS) is a great idea for me. The game allows you to battle multiple enemies at once. It allows you to

Horn App Review, Tips and Tricks

Horn is an RPG game developed bu Phosphor Games and published by Zynga. It costs $6.99 and is available for iOS devices as of this writing. Phosphor Games is looking to make it available to Android devices sometime soon. The game is powered by Unreal Engine, the same engine used by the Infinity Blade series. Horn kinda shares the same gameplay with Infinity Blade. The only difference is that Horn doesn’t follow a defined path

Legendary Heroes Review, Tips & Tricks

If you’re into MOBA games like DotA, League of Legends, Heroes of Newerth and the likes, you’ll definitely love Legendary Heroes! The game is basically DotA for the Android and iOS! This app is developed and published by Maya and it’s free! The only thing that i hate about Legendary Heroes is that your other heroes tend to battle enemy heroes head-on even if your hero doesn’t have any ally creeps. Also, they tend to

Gears & Guts Review, Tips and Tricks

Gears & Guts is another freemium app from Glu Games Inc. The game revolves around the idea of running over zombies and killing them. It may sound like Zombie Highway or Mutant Roadkill but unlike these apps (where you’re in some sort of a rail and you can only go left/right), Gears & Guts lets you have free control over your car! You can go wherever you want!  That, to me, is an awesome idea

Blood & Glory Gaming App Review

Blood & Glory is an app developed and published by Glu Games Inc. (they really publish a lot of tapworthy apps so you might want to follow their facebook fan page http://www.facebook.com/glu.mobile). The app is free and is available both for Android and iOS. It works on a freemium model and the app offers some in-game items for real cash. If you have played Infinity Blade (IB) before, basically Blood & Glory is just like that

Social Chess App Review

I was browsing the iTunes store for an alternative to the Chess.com app. I’ve been playing chess using the Chess.com app for quite a while now but it crashes frequently (the app has a lot of bugs e.g. a certain piece goes to the twilight zone never to be seen again). These crashes have caused me a lot of games and I wish Chess.com would do something about their app. These are my reasons why

Fitness HD Review

Fitness HD is a free (used to be $0.99) app for iOS published and developed by Arawella Corportation. I am looking to get fit and I saw this app on iTunes. The description on iTunes as well as the ratings are good so I didn’t hesitate to buy the app. Well, it does have some awesome features such as Calorie counter, BMI tracker, Workout recipes cut and designed for your specific goals (you choose your

Gaming App : Mutant Roadkill

Mutant Roadkill is an app developed by Glu Games Inc. It is available both on the Anroid and iOS app store. It uses a freemium model which means that the game is free to download but certain in-game items can only be acquired using real-world money.   Game Guide Mutant Roadkill is much like Zombie Highway (kinda like Temple Run but you kill mutants and zombies instead). The objective of the game is to run