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Bang! iPhone deftly recreates the classic parlor game. Secret roles and special abilities combine with a well balanced card set to create an intriguing and addictive experience. Add to this the cross-platform multiplayer and this is an impressive iPhone/iPad/PC offering... read now

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We had early access to the Ubooly iPhone/iPod Touch peripheral. It's a soft cuddly toy that uses the Apple device as the face, ears and voice of a virtual friend for young children. It can already tell stories, initiate imaginative play and tell jokes. The clever thing about the technology that App updates can deliver new functions, characters and content seamlessly... watch now

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Real Racing 2 HD extends its impressive delivery for iPad and iPhone 4S with a new four player party mode. Elsewhere it puts the extra horsepower to good use improving visuals... read now

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Tap Pet Hotel needs some careful handling to ensure kids don't rack up large credit card bills. The best solution all round is to play it with them... read now

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Seems like everyone I know has been sucked in to Angry Birds at some point. On the train, between meetings, in bed, waiting to pick up kids. Yep, 250 million downloads at last count, according to several sources in the Twitosphere... read now

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Plants vs Zombies is more than the Disneyfication of Tower Defence, it injects real time strategy with enough personality to connect with family gamers of all ages... read now

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Blackstar promises to unite players by removing the iPhone/Android platform barrier we have grown all too accustomed, while the free-to-play model should ensure a high head-count... read now

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The Warlock of Firetop Mountain iPhone/iPad efficiently translates the classic Fighting Fantasy gamebook to Apple devices, providing a welcome chance for YOU to be the hero once more..... read now

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This week Loz and I talk about Sword and Sorcery on iPad, upcoming Kinect games and Section 8 Prejudice... listen now

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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit brings the Burnout styling of the reborn console game to the iPhone. Although more diminutive than those versions, the range of real cars and clash of metal on metal still got the racer in me going... read now

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Reckless Racing's top-down driving is Micro Machines reborn for the iPhone. Visuals and game modes may be different, but for any returning gamer it's obvious to spot the same frenzied driving we enjoyed from days gone by... read now

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Plants Vs Zombies brings zany addictive tower defence to the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad in style. Popcap made their name with Peggle, Bookworm and Bejeweled, but it's the depth of their creative well that continues to impress with games like this... read now

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iPhone Risk puts the classic in your pocket. Restraint and quality win out over innovation and novelty to create a strong version of the classic game with family friendly portability... read now

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Sim City Deluxe enhances the iPhone and iPod Touch city building. Smoother faster play than the original and at a price that makes it irresistible... read now

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Dark Void Zero plays the nostalgia card in style. Coming to iPhone and iPod Touch from the DSi, it continues our trip to the alternate history of this supposedly cancelled NES game. Not scary, but hugely faithful to those unnerving 8-bit moments... read now

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We Rule on iPhone places you in charge of a little kingdom, growing food and manufacturing goods for money and experience. Its toytown charm makes it fun for a while, but connectivity issues may mean missed opportunities when you can't access your kingdom. If Farmville is your idea of fun, this one's for you... read now

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Angry Birds is 59p on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and has sat at the top of the top 100 apps for weeks, with good reason. Charming design and a fantastic understanding of the iPhone's unique features created this success for developer Rovio... read now

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British Military Fitness's iPhone app My Fitness Instructor is simple and effective. It delivers their training expertise where ever you are. High production values and the quality of the source material make working out not only more enjoyable but more effective... read now

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Canabalt's simplicity and single minded game play is as endearing as it is addictive. Sound, and grey scale visuals combine to offer your senses all they need for you to survive. On Flash or iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch, Canabalt is heart stopping exhilarating fun... read now

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Final Fantasy 2 is more evokative of later games in the series, and demonstrates the various elements that make Final Fantasy such fun. It might not be as polished as later Final Fantasys but it makes for a much more well rounded title. Finally, there's some semblance of an emotive storyline making it an enjoyable bitesized piece of considered gaming, even if it is still a little shallow... read now

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