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Developer: Zen Studios
Publisher: Zen Studios
Console Reviewed: PS3/PS Vita (PSN)
Also Available On: Xbox 360 (XBLA), PC/Mac, iOS, Android
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)
Progress: Played each board several times on both systems and achieved decent high scores
Zen Pinball 2 and its inexplicably numerous variations on just about every currently available platform is about as ubiquitous as a pinball platform could possibly be. In most of its forms, the core Zen Pinball 2 platform is free with extremely protracted demos of a few available tables included, so you’re expected to purchase packs of pinball tables to get any real gaming experience out of the game. The first three of ten planned Star Wars themed DLC pinball tables for the Zen Pinball 2 suite were launched recently with designs based on Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, the character Boba Fett and the animated TV series The Clone Wars. Is the Force with this first batch of pinball tables or do they belong to the ever-growing dark side of licensed Star Wars video games? Read on to see how we liked our pinball Jedi training.
There are a lot of cases on the market for iPhones that protect them by surrounding them in thick metal, rubber, or both. These cases, while utilitarian to some degree, always add an ungodly amount of bulk to your once sleek and portable device. For many consumers, including myself, a huge bulky phone is too high of a price to pay for ultimate protection and peace of mind. Newer Technology is attempting to bridge the gap between inconveniently bulky protective cases and the sleeker, less protective ones that many opt for instead with their NuGuard KX Protective Case line for the iPhone 4, 4S, and 5. So is their new case as tough as nails or like nails on a chalkboard? Find out what we thought about our time with the NuGuard KX after the jump.
Progress: More or less completed all 50 pages
An author and illustrator named Keri Smith has put out a successful series of books including Wreck This Journal and This Is Not a Book in which many of the pages are largely blank and the reader is encouraged to do different creative things on each page. Attempting to harness the creative potential of iOS devices, Penguin Group has released app versions based on these books and we were given the opportunity to put This Is Not an App through its paces. Does the app open up a creative wonderland on your iOS device or is it just one of the many apps out there of questionable merit? Read on to find out if we think it really is an app in spite of its claims to the contrary.
Genre: Social Word Game
Players: 2 online
Progress: Reached level 13
Social games and word games on iOS are a dime a dozen. Social word games? Maybe a dime per a dozen and a half. Juxta Labs’ WordTag is one of the more recent entries into the social word game fray and promises to be like the popular app Draw Something except with words instead of pictures. Does it do enough to differentiate itself from the crowd or does it fall by the wayside as so many other apps often do? Read on to see what we think about WordTag.
The “run for your life” sub-genre of games has been a popular one on mobile devices and this latest entry in that category of games adds a winter twist. Instead of running out of sunlight, time or health this time around the player is trying to stay ahead of the snowy terror that is an avalanche! Is it innovative and fun enough to stand out among the pack? Read on to find out…
Both the App Store and Google Play are awash with Chess and Checkers games. Some may look better or load faster than others, some are even in 3D, but they all basically offer you the same two games that humanity has been playing for centuries. This is where the new app Fertang comes in. Claiming to be a pleasant and refreshing mix of chess and checkers, Fertang is vying for a place on our phones and in our hearts as our new strategy board game of choice. Is this app as fun to play as it is to say or is it just another thrown-together money grab trying to capitalize on today’s healthy app market? Read on to see what we think.
Developer: 5th Cell
Progress: Completed all 420 levels as well as all of the currently available weekly bonus levels in Gold time
5th Cell is no stranger to making compelling mobile games with the Scribblenauts and Drawn to Life series under their belts. Run Roo Run, their first original iOS game, debuted with the infamous $0.99 price tag. Is this just a money grab trying to take advantage of the healthy App Store market, or is it another unique and engaging experience from 5th Cell? Find out after the jump.