Boy Loves Girl is little side-scrolling adventure for the iOS that challenges you to win the heart of your one true love, while avoiding all the pitfalls along the way.
Legendary Outlaw is a shooter set in the Old West, but the graphics look like a throwback to another time. Then there’s all the bleeped-out cursing. Anyway, it’s a bit of a mess.
It’s time for Billy and the Time Waster again! Where is he this time? Somewhere looking for his lost shaker of salt, we think. That’s right, Billy’s wasting time at Margaritaville Online. Join him, join him.
With the announcement of the new iPad (not called an iPad 3) one focus is on how well it can play games. But is there enough to convince tablet owners to upgrade?
Popping Mania is a bit of an odd bird for the iOS. It’s a shooter that’s, for the most part, pretty non-violent, unless you happen to be a balloon, spider, or unlucky bird.
Pep the Dragon is a charming 2D run-and-jump platform game for the Apple iOS platform. And as cute little games go, this one is tops.
Bunny Reaper could have been a twisted and cool little distraction type game, but with no storyline and overly-dark graphics that are difficult to see, this reaper misses the mark.
Astroslugs is a devilishly challenging puzzle game from Bit Barons that is very easy to pick up, but incredibly difficult to master. And really, isn’t that what we want in a puzzle game?
Shadowgun is probably the most visually impressive shooter for the iPad, and has an innovative control scheme. Not all the kinks are completely worked out, but Shadowgun sure is fun.
One of the few horror adventure games for the iPad, The Dark Meadow is sufficiently creepy to put a chill up your spine as you experience its great story.