Hipster alert: there’s a new case for your iPhone that’s guaranteed to catch the eye of everyone around. The Mummy is soft, durable, and won’t break your bank.
To support Pixar’s latest box office hit, Disney Publishing has released a pair of book apps that allow younger viewers to relive the story of Brave. Here’s my take on them both.
As someone who adores adventure games, as soon as I saw The Tiny Bang Story appear in the App Store, I knew I had to play it. I took my time playing through its lush, hand-drawn world, and here’s my verdict.
Giving you the power to conjure anything you can imagine is Scribblenauts Remix, a wildly creative game that’s perfectly suited for iOS.
Like its namesake game, Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots is a simple game with a simple objective, yet wickedly addictive gameplay that will have you slice and dicing for hours, thanks to a terrific new mode of play.
Part creative tool, part game, Let’s Create Pottery is a sublime, fascinating app for iPad and iPhone that simulates the art of pottery creation.
Deceptively simple but hard to master, Bumpy Road might just be the perfect cure to every kind of “few minutes of boredom.”
Kona’s Crate is one quirky little puzzler. The game has you controlling a floating platform that carries a simple wooden crate. Your job is to maneuver the crate up and down and between obstacles to deliver it Chief Kona. The catch? The crate isn’t locked down to the platform.
The iPad is a great media consumption and gaming device. There’s nothing else like it. But theÂ Holy Grail for serious iPad users is genuine productivity. And I don’t think anyone’s arrived there quite yet.
Simple and addictive. These are the two words that keep coming to mind when trying to describe Flowpaper. I’ve really never seen anything quite like it. Pick the color of your canvas. Start drawing with a single finger, and lines will appear, following what you trace. But those lines quickly take on a life of […]