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Review: Zenonia 3: The Midguard Story

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A Big Game for a Little Screen
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Puzzle games and 3-hour adventure games are fun enough while you wait for a friend to show up, but if you want to sit down on your next month of subway rides with a nice, long RPG, Gamevil’s Zenonia 3: The Midguard Story has you covered on your iPhone or Android phone.


Puzzle games and 3-hour adventure games are fun enough while you wait for a friend to show up, but if you want to sit down on your next month of subway rides with a nice, long RPG, Gamevil’s Zenonia 3: The Midguard Story has you covered on your iPhone or Android phone.

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Angry Birds

With Hollywood greenlighting nearly everything related to our childhoods (Battleship, coming to a theater near you in 2012!), you know this is just bound to happen. This fanmade trailer for an upcoming Angry Birds film echoes way too closely to the creative bankruptcy that currently plagues Hollywood studios and, quite frankly, would not surprise us in the least. "Angry Birds" as directed by Michael Bay? Give it a few years, and this could very well be our reality. 

Be sure to check out the trailer below.

Mini-Review: Angry Birds Halloween

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Angry Birds has risen to be the top game in the app game market, selling a ridiculous amount on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, with recent releases on Android, the Palm, the Nokia N900, and an upcoming release on PSP.

But instead of simply adding a couple of Halloween-themed levels in an update, Angry Birds has released a separate app exclusive to the iOS Apple apps, with 45 new spooky levels based on the addictive original and GameCenter integration for achievements and leaderboards.

Mini-Review: Cut The Rope

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Gaming on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad has become more and more refined, and games like Cut The Rope show off just how polished a touch screen game can be. 

Developed by Zeptolab and published by Chillingo, Cut The Rope puts you in charge of feeding candy to a cute creature that lives in a box. The catch is you can only feed him by lowering the candy from a rope.

Mini-Review: Cat Physics

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One rule of the wild is that cats love to play with a ball. This is the premise behind Cat Phyiscs, a standout puzzle game on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. This game may be several months old but it’s a game worth playing if you haven’t already, especially because Donut Games has recently added 20 free levels to its original 50 through an update.

Own Your Own R2-D2

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First, they licensed "Droid."  Now, they've gone all in and licensed R2-efffin'-D2!

That's right folks, a new limited edition R2-D2-themed Droid is dropping from Motorola on September 30th.  A white base, with a full R2 back, and a standard Droid 2 running Android 2.2 under the hood.

If you didn't have enough reason to buy a Droid, you sure do now.  Get news as soon as it breaks at Verizon's official site.

Android Trans-Reality Game - Zombie, Run!

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Just the thing to spice up your late-night snack run.  

Grab Zombie, Run! for FREE from the Android Market, set your zombie density (Controlled, Early Local, Late Local, or Total Pandemic), zombie speed (Night of the Living Dead, Resident Evil, or 28 Days Later, and destination, and in the time it takes to GPS your location, you Google map is filled with a swarm of undead roamers.  

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