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Clockwork Brain Review

Clockwork Brain Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A freemium brain training game with a steampunk twist.

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It’s that time of the week again. Time to get ready to enjoy the weekend, collect a paycheck, and kickback with some iOS games that don’t cost a dime. I mean, We’ve all got bills to pay, right? So why not keep them as low as possible with a healthy amount of App Store frugality?

Fairway Solitaire – Big Fish Games – Golf, gophers, and… playing cards? I guess so. Big Fish Games’ take on the classic single-player affair has certainly seen its fair share of buzz (no pun in intended). Which isn’t too much of a surprise seeing as it’s all super-colorful and addictive. The only thing needed to make it “perfect” is an extremely cheap price tag. Oh wait, it has one of those, too.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2012-02-15 :: Category: Games

Clockwork Brain – Insanely Fun – Mini-game challenges are always popular, and people apparently love to “train” their brains. I blame Nintendo for that one. But thanks to them we have games like Clockwork Brain to pass the time and flex the neurons. Plus it’s got a robot in it. Robots are cool.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-02-16 :: Category: Games

Trigger Knight – Weird/experimental games always intrigue me. Especially when they involve RPG elements and classic JRPG-inspired visual designs. That, and the concept of a “survival RPG” that utilizes split-second decision making and a single-tap interface just sounds neat. And hey, it’s free so there’s absolutely no harm in checking it out.
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Dancescape – Hmmm… A puzzle game where the puzzles are dance moves. And players have to guide a character through the ruins (and traps) of an ancient civilization. With dancing. Why it’s just insane enough to work!

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-02-16 :: Category: Games

Stromfeld – In a world full of shmups, what’s the harm in adding one more to the library? Silly of me to ask, I know, because there isn’t any harm in doing so. Especially when it’s free. Also it looks kinda cool and features “endless gameplay.” Not a bad deal.
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Let’s Bowl 2 – Set ‘em up and knock ‘em down using a number of unique balls, each with their own unique performance, through all manner of wacky and colorful alleys. Throw in upgrades that can be purchased with “bowling bucks” and it’s a pretty cool freebie we have here. Just don’t judge it by the catch-phrase. It’s kinda… yeah…
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