Sea Tale HD for iPhone brings to you the live experiences of a fish, known as Fishy. The users play the game and help Fishy achieve what it wants- a collection of starfishes. This game comes with good graphics, which makes playing all the more fun. Sea Tale HD traces the life story and happenings [...]
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I’ve been reviewing the Scuderia FS1 Bluetooth Speaker Dock kindly sent to me by Logic3 for a few weeks now, and its certainly an impressive bit of kit as speaker docks go. Also see my review on the Ferrari Ferrari Cavallino T350 headphones. The FS1 is a 2.1 stereo speaker and subwoofer consisting of 2x [...]
Strategy & Tactics: WWII is one of the latest Android games from the folks at Herocraft. It’s similar to the classic game known as Risk, but with a cool WWII theme. While there are a lot of similar games out there, Strategy & Tactics: WWII puts a unique twist on things as it allows you to play as both the Axis and the Allies.
As much as phones have made our lives easier, they have also brought us their own share of problems and inconveniences. One major problem is handling the different calls that may come at different times of the day. There comes a time when you need to focus on whatever things that you are doing without [...]
This is just a quick post to point you in the direction of promocode4share.com, a new site offering the latest information on discounts and savings related to the mobile technology market. If you have ten minutes to spare and fancy having a browse, you’ll be surprised at how many good deals have been scouted. Save [...]
Continuing with my ongoing bag quest, the next bag I’m reviewing is from LAT56, a premium bag manufacturer based here in the UK in Glasgow. LAT56 bags are certainly distinctive, they all are black, all have a similar faux reptile skin effect finish together with a three indented ‘curves’ design. The material is a "military-spec [...]
Last year DPFlashes Studios Clear Vision found its way onto Android and gamers got their first glimpse into the world of Tyler Smith. Clear Vision 2 picks up where the first one left off, and it’s just as much fun as the original.