If you don’t know minecraft then here it is put into simple words, you build, craft pixelated blocks alone or with friends and defend yourself at night when creatures attack. The new Pocket edition is made for iOS devices and sadly it strips the game from what it is on the PC. To start with, I’m not much of a fan of this game but I do know that the pocket edition truly murders the whole ...

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About a month ago we posted about very interesting camera device which you place anywhere in range of wifi and view a live video feed wherever you are using your iOS device. The device is small and it wasn’t designed to monitor a robbery, but more of checking up on whatever it is you want to keep track of. I found the camera design to be outstanding and very convenient as you can either plug ...

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Robo5 is a 3D-Action-Puzzle game that gives you control of a tiny robot climbing from the bottom of the stage all the way to the top. The mechanics of the game are simple, levels are made of blocks and each click of a finger directs the robot onto the block. When you get hold of the game you get ability to navigate but with a challenging manner where you have to push and pull blocks so ...

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I believe the major success of any mobile game is retaining simplicity where a person can get into the game easily and close it at any instant. In contrast, other games tend to strip a console game and make it mobile friendly and therefore eliminating the mobile on-the-go quality. Anyway, Bike Baron is a beautiful game, it does not bring anything new to the genre but polishes it right. You play as a biker, you accelerate, ...

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Fruit Ninja to me and pretty much to most, is one of the few games that defined the iOS devices as gaming Platforms. Like Angry Birds, which such a big name, interested companies join up to further sell the product and by that I mean making a new game based on/for a movie, such as Angry Birds Rio, and now this. I’m not found of the idea of having a whole movie based on Puss ...

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As soon as you read the app name there is no doubt you’re like everyone else thinking, what is that and that’s exactly why I purchased the game. The game is very simple in concept, you feed monsters condos in a very addictive and energetic game. The gameplay mechanic is simple, imagine Jenga and Tetris married, and to some extent this game is their child. Minus the hard challenges, you get a stack of condos piling ...

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Imagine a game with physics similar to Cut the Rope and an art style similar to Xbox Live Arcade game, Limbo, imagine no further, this game is here and it is called Contre Jour. This game does not copy any game out there, it is entirely original and ridiculously fun. The objective of the game is to get a little creature from point A to point B and your finger is your arsenal, you deform ...

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iBlast Moki 2 is the second installment of a great game. Looking at the images was more than enough reason to buy the app and I wasn’t disappointed. Your goal is to get the Moki to the portal using the items given to you such as bombs to blast them in a certain direction or balloons and rope to fly them to a desired location. The characters are very cute, with a unique personality for ...

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NyxQuest is new to the App store but has been around for over a year back on Wii and PC. The game borrows the story of Icarus and in this game you play his lover Nyx (Greek Godess) who after his disappearance decides to descent to earth and find him. The game is a 3D side scroller, you move left, right and you have the ability to fly which is more like jumping but up ...

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Based on a PC/Mac game, Anomaly Warzone Earth is a very interesting take on tower defense games where it takes the same principles of the genre but puts them in reverse. The game quickly caught my eye as I saw it on the app store with its gorgeous graphics and I assure you, you won’t be disappointed. The game takes place in Baghdad in a futuristic era where the land is occupied by alien forces, mainly ...

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This game has been out for about 2 weeks or so and I never got around buying it, even though I buy a lot of apps just for their little pretty icons. Zombies and gunships as concepts that have been exhausted over the past year but this game offers something a little different. You operate an AC-130, you protect a bunker where waves of zombies try to enter it, some civilians walk among them trying to ...

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Reckless and getaways are very familiar words used with a lot of apps on the App Store but this game has its different approach. In the game, you drive a yellow car, you have just robbed a bank and your objective is to getaway from the police. Getting away from the police is easy, but you have to collect stars on the road in order to unlock more levels. While it may seem it’s a matter ...

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We’ve seen this coming, one of all time favorite games of iOS devices is making a comeback with a solid sequel. So how do you go about making an already great game even better? if it’s not broke then don’t fix it and thankfully the developers haven’t ruined it. Instead of making a true sequel where things change, the developers decided to improve the new game allowing people to enjoy both games and not have ...

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So before I get into the actual app guide please keep in mind that this is just my personal take on the matter and that this list is based on my views only. You might disagree and I understand that so please don’t misinterpret my intentions. Now that thats out of the way, I present to you The Ultimate Chuknum iPad App Guide where I basically take the hassle out of picking a game ...

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I’d say the iOS platform is home of the best intuitive puzzle games, and Qvoid proves that. The game lets you control a cube by pushing it from every angle, the objective of the game is simple when you roll a cube you have to roll it over a colored platform and then that side will absorb the color from there you have to roll around and land that same colored side on the ...

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Normally when it comes to apps I usually download the game then give an honest review, or at least try to. But this case is different, I was so moved by the story behind this app that I decided to promote its cause instead of providing a review. The game is called Allied Star Police, and it was made by Owain Weinert, a very bright 10 year old who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. When ...

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