Dr. Geek: What CES Meant for Gamers

Every year the best, most innovative, and oddest inventions in consumer electronics, the type of technological gadgetry that inhabit and enliven our daily lives, come together for an orgy of originality.  The International Consumer Electronics Show, or CES if you are cool enough, wrapped up last week, showcasing everything from Ultra HD television sets (or 4K sets since they have […]

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Review: Mutant Roadkill – Drive like a bat out of hell!

Buckle up and keep your hands and arms in the vehicle at all times! Mutant Roadkill, by Glu Mobile, as many will say is just another rip-off of Temple Run.  But seriously, how long ago was Sonic the HedgeHog around doing the same damn thing, but without being chased?  Temple Run is nothing new.  Just something new to our addictive […]

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Review: Subway Surfers – Tag and Dash!

Move over Temple Run, Subway Surfer just 1 up’d you! Subway Surfer, developed by Kiloo, is a vibrant colored game with a lot of fun obstacles to run, jump, and fly past. Instead of running from evil monkeys like you did in Temple Run, you are running from the train-yard police and their sidekick dog. While running you are collecting coins […]

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Review: Duckers – Go Duck Yourself!

How do you mine for gems in the earth? With a flaming blue duck. DUH! Everybody knows that! You’re so dumb….sheesh. Duckers, developed by Retro Dreamer, is a game where you choose which direction to go pulsing downward through the soil to collect gems, coins, and other prizes, with a hint of Dig Dug added to it. The plot of […]

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Review: Cuboid – 3D Puzzle Fun!

Ready to see how much a single rectangular block can get your puzzle solving brain cranking? Cuboid, developed by HeroCraft, is an awesome puzzle game involving a simple rectangular block that will mess with your brain more than you would of expected. The goal is to rotate the block from face-to-face of the block, across an ever changing grid board […]

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Review: Cannon Cat – More Fun than a Flaming Gerbil!

Cannon Cat, by Loqheart, is an iOS only game where a flightless bird named Evil Emu, out of jealousy has captured all the flying fish, known as “Skyfish,” trapping them in bubbles. Evil Emu, with the help of his army of flightless birds and evil robots attempt to give the skies back to birds and birds alone. Only way to free these encapsulated Skyfish is from the sheer force of Meo blasting paws first through the bubbles they are trapped within. MEOW!

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iTuesday Review: Sucker Punch Mech Gunner for iPad

A week prior to the release of Warner Brother’s new action-fantasy film, Sucker Punch, Warner Bros Entertainment released a first person shooter game for iPad called Sucker Punch Mech Gunner, available in the App Store. The App’s description refers to it as being “inspired” by the movie, but hey, we know what it really is. It’s a promotional material for […]

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iTuesday Review: Plants Vs. Zombies

Hello, and welcome to the first iTuesday, a recurring segment where we will be looking at games for the iPhone and iPad. This week we take a look at PopCap’s Plants VS. Zombies. Plants Vs. Zombies is a strategy game where you protect your home (and your brains) from a zombie attack using a range of different plants all with different […]

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