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Gnomes Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Rob Rich on June 15th, 2012
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: WET & WHIMSY
It stumbles a little in the beginning, but this water puzzler can be surprisingly fun.
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Zombie Burst Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Jason Wadsworth on June 4th, 2012
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: VERY MESSY
Squeeze zombie heads like gross undead pimples in this slimy action title.
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Zombie Wonderland 2: Outta Time! Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Jason Wadsworth on January 12th, 2012
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: TO PROTECT AND CLEAN
Yes, it's another zombie game, but in this one players protect a small town from invading zombies and make sure to keep it clean in the process.
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Walkin' 'Round a Zombie Wonderland 2!

Posted by Rob Rich on October 7th, 2011

Get those boards ready! Find a clean mop head! Load that shotgun! Chuck is back to protect and cleanse Niceville once more.

Taking it's cues from the original Zombie Wonderland, Zombie Wonderland 2: Outta Time! puts players back into the over-worked and under-appreciated shoes of the town's most renowned zombie-slayer/janitor. There haven't been that many specifics given out as of yet, but it appears as though Chuck's continued adventures in "Why the Heck Would Anyone Choose to Live Here, USA" will be a whole 'lotta "more." More clients, such as the viking, Jorund. More weapons, including the Wasp Grenade. More enemies like the Zombie Knight. And more time periods in which to mop up the living dead mess, then mop up the other living dead mess.

However, the biggest change (aside from being downright bigger in the first place) is that Zombie Wonderland 2 will follow a free-to-play model, with in-app purchases. Again, no other specifics have been given but I'm assuming that means paying real cash for either more in-game cash to buy upgrades, paying real cash up front for said upgrades/levels, or a combination of the two. Of course, within a few weeks there won't be any more questions because the game should be out by then, but why not take a gander at the new trailer and gallery of concept art to whet that whistle?

Get Ready to Dust Those Bunnies!

Posted by Rob Rich on August 26th, 2011
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

To arms! The battle for cleanliness has begun anew, and it's up to us to do our part in this war. Dust bunnies are everywhere; clogging up vacuums, massing under beds and waiting for the perfect time to strike. I say we need to strike first. We as a people need to band together and Dust Those Bunnies!

Okay, it's a little campy but this game looks fun. From the minds of Utah-based Gamers Rejoice, Dust Those Bunnies! puts players in charge of some of the most devastating anti-dust weaponry (brooms, vacuum cleaners, etc.) and lets them loose the dogs of war all over the little buggers. It boasts two game modes, Wage War and Commando, both requiring players to sweep those dusty critters into a dustpan for victory. Wage War is more like a "full" game, with access to a full arsenal and the threat of dustpan-destroying bunny bombs. Commando is a bit less strenuous, with no bombs but also none of the fancy stuff found in Wage War. It's just the player, a broom and the bunnies.

It's too soon to predict whether or not Dust Those Bunnies! will find itself on a notable page in the App Store anytime soon, but it certainly looks to be doing its part. The black and white film reel visuals are a cute touch, too. Be sure to give it a look.

Radiation vs. Germs ~ Which Should Worry You More?

Posted by Tony Kicks on March 8th, 2010

For as long as I can remember cell phones being around I can remember people questioning whether or not they're safe. The argument has always seemed to center around cell phone radiation, and more recently bluetooth & Wifi waves. The bluetooth and Wifi scares have pretty much dissolved by being labeled as pure conspiracy theories, but the radiation concerns continue to surface every few months. With each study that comes out though it becomes more obvious that we just don't know the long term risks of RF radiation exposure This article gives a little more insight into the potential jeopardy we're in while at the same time the FDA is stating that "the available scientific evidence does not demonstrate any adverse health effects associated with the use of mobile phones." With all of these mixed signals and unknown effects I wonder if the theoretical brain tumors and Alzheimer's we could contract 20 years down the line is really the number one thing we should be worried about?