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Kung Food Fighter game review

If you have played the genre of the game available on the iTunes store such as Ninja Fruit, then you are familiar with the slash and score format.

Usually in these kinds of games, you are expected to slice the fruit up while at the same time avoiding the dreaded bomb which will prematurely end your game.

Kids Adventure game review

If you got kids and you want an exceptional game that is adventurous for them, a game that would be fun, engaging and also educative, there is no need looking far.

When you are able to mix fun, education and engagement together in a game for kids, you got Kids Adventure. This is a game that has been developed for kids to be friendly and most importantly for them to learn and be educated in this adventure game.

 

Snap Challenge game review

Playing cards is a universally fun game that can be enjoyed by the entire family. If you have always enjoyed card games and consider yourself the fastest hand in the west, or wherever you are located at… then you will definitely love Snap Challenge.

Snap Challenge is a fun and multiplayer game suitable for everyone. Get ready for some card game fun with this fast and fun game.

Wrestling Revolution (Pro) game review

As the title suggests, “Wrestling Revolution” is intent on bringing change – and that’s exactly what the game has achieved with intuitive touch-screen controls that are perfectly suited to this uniquely physical genre.

And yet if you like your wrestling “old school”, you can always switch to on-screen virtual buttons – which, along with the game’s charmingly retro 2D graphics, transport you back to the genre’s 16-bit origins.

 

Graycode game review

Please allow me to introduce you to a very useful app called Graycode. As you might know, Gray code is a binary numeral system in which two successive values differ only in one bit.

Changing two successive numbers to give the right combination is a must for engineers and scientists. So if you need to be changing binary numbers in the Decimal, Binary, Hex, and of course, Gray code, this is an application that will become your handiest tool.

52 Weeks game review

Keeping the flame on and going in marriage is an everyday task. It is about making your couple happy and sustaining a healthy marriage throughout.

However, everyday stress, work, bills, responsibilities, etc., are more than deterring to couples having some time for themselves. Once you want to get creative, ideas will hardly come.

 

Tap Fish 2 game review

Tap Fish 2 is a virtual aquarium game for the Android and iOS that’s very similar to Farmville and Farmtown. You play the caring owner of an aquarium, and your aim is to create the most amazing and exotic aquarium you can.

When you start out you’ll only have enough money to buy very basic and plain types of fish, but as you progress you’ll be able to source more and more outlandish and stunning marine creatures.

My Nutrition game review

Being a foodie, I was in dire need of an app that would let me balance my nutrition intake and keep a check on my unhealthy eating habits.

As most of us who have been through this problem, I searched for nutrition apps that would assist me in living a healthy life but obviously, all such efforts went in vain as I never found a good enough app for myself.

 

Sprinkle Junior game review

There’s a water-based physics game called Sprinkle that’s been quite a hit, so the game makers at Mediocre decided to bring out a kid-friendly version, and they’ve done really well, too. 

At the heart of this reworking is the idea to keep all the Newtonian physics that make the original great fun, but without penalties and time limits. There’s little superficial difference between Sprinkle Junior and its big brother.

Crazy Ball Deluxe game review

Suit up and get ready for the most exciting adventure in game apps you’ll have; all you need is a device and a ball, a virtual ball!  Let me talk to you about Freezenova´s Crazy Ball.

Crazy Ball is an addictive new game that will keep you on the edge of your seat with tons of fun. This game is a rather simple game in which you should roll a ball around places.

 

City Of Secrets game review

City of Secrets is a fun little adventure and mystery game that people of all ages can enjoy playing.

The game is set up like a story, and each round is an episode. At the start of each episode, you go through some story text that tells you a little bit about what is going on in the game. The overall goal of this game is to help Rex and Mr. Mole save Poco Pane.

iMathGenius game review

Are you or your kids falling behind in Math?

Do you struggle with basic mathematical concepts and really are in desperate need of some tutoring? What if I told you there is an app that take you out of this struggle and in a fun way? That is right, let me show you iMath Genius, a really genius app to practice and test your mathematical skills on the go!

 

Deck Elevens Railroads game review

If you love trains and want to be engaged in the most fun and addictive railroad game, this is definitively the one for you.  Let me introduce you Deckeleven´s Railroad, a strategy addictive game that will keep you entertained for a long while!

Get ready for some fun like you have not had before. Deckeleven´s Railroad challenges you to build your own railroad empire. You are required to start from track layout to cargo management, from India to USA, from Canada to France, you will make it grow worldwide.

Diana Photo game review

There are a bunch of photo-editing apps out there.

So many that it is sometimes difficult to decide which one will deliver the wanted results. Well, I have found this very cool app for photo editing. But this is a different type of editing and it really delivers! I refer to Diana Photo. Diana Photo is a double exposure photography app and is the greatest one out there!

 

Chess ChessOK Playing Zone PGN game review

To be perfectly frank, I never thought it would be so difficult for developers to come up with a genuinely enjoyable and great chess game for Android.

There are thousands of them doing the rounds and millions of players looking for them, but nine out of ten times you’re left with a poor attempt at an app that seems to overlook the simplicity that makes chess what it is.
Does Chess OK break the mold? In a word…yes!

CALCULATOR 365+ game review

Ok, so you know how a calculator works and what does it do for you.

You probably have a scientific calculator with you with sin, cos, tan function which you will never use unless you are a college or high school student doing homework at the supermarket. A calculator for daily usage or even in business should be more practical, don´t you think?

 
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