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Vampire Season Heads to iOS on June 28th

Posted by Chris Kirby on June 21st, 2012

Summer may mean sunshine, blue skies and good times for most, but not for Dracula. The Prince of Darkness hates daylight, of course, but now Facebook, Twitter, and other social media have made it impossible for Drac to stay out of the limelight as well. Now, his coffin has been discovered, and it's up to you to defend it from the hordes of oddballs out to make a name for themselves.

Vampire Season is a new iOS game from developers 6waves and Brainz, and it's due to hit the App Store on June 28th. The game will be familiar to anyone who has played a tower defense game before, but Vampire Season twists up the action by having players defend an unusual point of contention - Big Dracula himself - with a varied assortment of ghouls and zombies. And what are they protecting Dracula from? Isn't it obvious? Interior decorators! Seriously....plus lots of other conventional and unconventional enemies as well. In-app purchases and upgrades are available, but game currency is also generated in game as you complete levels.

Look for the horror to be unleashed in just a few weeks.

Up To Date Pop Culture Quizzes With Scene It? Daily

Posted by Jennifer Allen on July 13th, 2011
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

My love of movie trivia has been well documented before. Indeed Scene It? Movies 2 and MovieCat! still hold very important places on both my iPhone and iPad. So the prospect of daily and up to the minute trivia quizzes is pretty thrilling indeed.

That's exactly what Scene It? Daily sets out to do. It's a new trivia app that offers quizzes across four different categories: Movies, TV, Music and Celebrity, and promises to keep everything as up to date as possible. Right down to possibly asking questions about something that might have happened the night before!

Players from across the world can compete head to head for bragging rights and players who answer enough questions in a row gain a streak multiplier that boosts scores even further. There's even three different power-ups to use.

Scene It? Daily is available on Facebook and on its own site but of course there's an iPhone app for it which is out now for the grand price of nothing.

EW's The Must List Review

iPad App - Designed for iPad
By Chris Kirby on May 4th, 2010
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: A MUST DOWNLOAD!
The iPad may or may not turn out to be the ultimate magazine consumption device, but rather than give us an entire magazine to pore over, Entertainment Weekly created an app that recontextualizes their Must List magazine feature - and does so spectacularl
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