If you’re like me, you listen to a lot of podcasts, and you will know that it can be quite hard to keep track of what you have or haven’t […]
Set in the same universe and time period as the console games, you follow the story of Cerberus agent Randall Enzo, a veteran agent ‘procures aliens for illicit experiments at a secret facility’.
Team Boid set out with one objective – to make the best Android 4.0 Twitter client, and they did just that.
Here at Digixav we all love some bacon strips and as such we all love Epic Meal Time. Now Harley and the team have released a mobile game, and I believe it is great enough (ie. it has enough bacon) to be our app of the week.
This is a puzzle game but, trying not to sound too clichéd, it is the most original puzzle game I have ever played. You have to use a combination of skill, teamwork and the help of very noisy box creatures to brave your way through the park and reunite probably the two cutest game characters I have ever had the pleasure to control.
Feeding shiny condos to the monsters activates special powers, and the game ends when a monster is neglected and goes on a rampage or your tower block falls over. Add in some seizure-inducing colours, wacky animation, a blue unicorn that vomits rainbows and a fat lady that sings when the game is over, and you have yourself a ridiculously addictive game.
A while ago Henry did a Windows Phone app of the week post about an app called YouTube Pro, but due to the use of the YouTube name the app was removed from the Marketplace
I recommend this app for the sole fact that the pictures that appear on the title screen are either really cool or just hilarious
Well I never saw this coming – I have chosen an Android app of the week. If you have read some of my earlier articles, you will be as surprised as I am. […]
Reblogged from Digixav: This week’s app of the week is Flipboard. Flipboard is a fantastic app that lets you add whatever content you desire to a virtual ‘social magazine’. Complete […]