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Take a Trip Back to the 90's with Dragon's Lair 2: Time Warp HD

Posted by Jessica Fisher on February 4th, 2015
iPad App - Designed for iPad only

This isn't you old 1991 laserdisc game. Dragon's Lair 2: Time Warp HD, the sequel to Dragon's Lair in full HD, has been released for the iPad.

Now you can once again play as the intrepid Dirk the Daring as he fights to save Princess Daphne from Mordroc, the evil wizard. This time, Dirk must rely on a less than reliable time machine to find her before Mordroc can force her into marriage. The app allows you to play through the Original version or the new Director’s Cut - complete with an alternate ending. Will you save Daphne in time or have to face your furious Mother-in-Law and disappointed children?

You can download Dragon's Lair 2: Time Warp HD for $4.99.

Jump to Medieval - Time Geeks Review

By Rob Rich on September 24th, 2012
The Time Geeks are back and ready to mess with history once more, this time via a collection of time-management games.
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Dolly Drive, Online Storage, Gets an iPhone App, iDolly

Posted by Kevin Stout on April 30th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

iDolly, the iOS app companion to the service Dolly Drive, has recently been released. The app allows users to access files synced with the Dolly Drive service.

In addition to viewing the files synced with Dolly Drive, the app even lets users make changes to documents and files right on the iPhone or iPad. Those changes will be synced and ready to go when the user gets back to whatever other device they choose to access it on. Other features include browsing photos stored in Dolly Drive, data protection via signing in, built-in viewers for a variety of document formats.

Dolly Drive is an online storage solution and backup service with Mac-friendly solutions in mind. They aim to take the place of securing users' data after MobileMe ceases to exist and takes with it features such as syncing iPhoto libraries across computers, support for older operating systems, and limited iOS device backup. The service works as a supplement to Apple’s own Time Machine app.