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Judge Boxing Fights Yourself with iJudge+

Posted by Kevin Stout on June 1st, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Are you unhappy about the outcome of a boxing fight? There's been plenty of controversy about plenty of matches where people believe judges may have made the wrong decision. Well now anyone can be a judge and decide for youself whether or not the judge called the fight correctly. With iJudge+ Boxing App, users can track the punches landed on each boxer by tapping the area on the app.

The app displays the two boxers. Each boxer has a variety of buttons around their bodies that users can tap to track a punch that has landed on the boxer. Users can tap the iJudge logo at the middle of the screen to switch back and forth between the score sheet and the two boxers. An in-app purchase can add accuracy to your judging by adding things like knockdowns, hey-makers, ring control, and more. The app is free and the in-app purchase is available for $0.99.

Dumb Studios is a small app development team made up of two brother-in-laws from South Florida.

Simply Poker Squares Review

By Kevin Stout on August 2nd, 2011
Simply Poker Squares is a universal poker solitaire app with some weird, but cool, achievements and a fun look.
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Scoring Card Games with the iPad

Posted by Kevin Stout on May 24th, 2011
iPad App - Designed for iPad

Who feels like doing math when playing card games? Games that include score-keeping, especially complicated or high scoring games, can sometimes go unplayed because of a lack of interest in any of the players to keep score. Even with a calculator handy, score-keeping can still be a time-consuming process that adds boring breaks between rounds.

I was about to sit down and play Rook yesterday (a card game that involves score-keeping) and decided to see if there was “an app for that” on the iPad. I came across Score This by Roxo Designs.

I was searching for a specific Rook scoring app, but I found one that can be customized to play for most card games with scoring. Score This has a list of options to pick before starting a game: if the higher or lowest is the winner, starting score, whether or not the game includes bidding (like Rook), and the players. Score This also keeps track of player stats (percentage of wins).

Score This goes for $1.99 for the iPad. No iPhone version exists yet.