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March 27th Apple App Store Roundup

by Savan Thongvanh March 27, 2010

This week’s app is called Chalkboard Stunts and it’s done by Manta Research. I’d sum this game up as excite bike on a chalk board with a truck. Except you can’t build your own courses. Aside from that it’s a fun little app from the company who’s also done other games like Cubes, Cubix, AppSniper, and Virus.

The objective of the game is to navigate your truck through various obstacles using the controls provided. Four onscreen buttons allow you to go forward or backward and also rotate your truck clockwise and counter clockwise in case you get flipped over.


3/13 Apple App Store Roundup

by Savan Thongvanh March 13, 2010

This is the first installment of a weekly feature here in the interweb, our App Roundup. In this feature we’ll recap the top 10 free apps for the week in the iTunes App Store and review the top app or if we’ve already reviewed that we’ll cover the next one in the list.

Here we go!

Childhood classic Qbert hits the iPhone and Touch

by Savan Thongvanh March 1, 2010

This is an app you may not have been dying for but if you’re from my generation you might be dying to get. Sony has released the bouncing beeping classic game Q*bert to the iTunes Store.

This version has:

  • a bluetooth multiplayer co-op mode
  • 10 levels of play
  • 50 new levels, and
  • 5 special themes for iPhone and iPod Touch

Of course you can get it from iTunes or the AppStore

iPhone: An easy way to keep up with John Terry and the upcoming World Cup

by Savan Thongvanh February 7, 2010

Are you a soccer (futbol) fan having a hard time keeping up with the John Terry’s story or you’re looking for a way to keep up with the upcoming World Cup? Well ESPN has the answer for you.


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