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Universal Movie Tycoon Receives Update for Universal's 100th Anniversary

Posted by Kevin Stout on June 21st, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: LIMITED :: Read Review »

In celebration of Universal's 100th anniversary, Fuse and Beach Cooler Games (with licensing from Universal) announced a new content update for its simulation game about the movie industry, Universal Movie Tycoon. The update includes new movie content, gameplay enhancements, quests, and better controls.

The new movie content added to the game is Snow White and the Hunstman. Players will be able to build and explore the set of the movie along with the 35 other blockbuster films available in the game.

Universal Movie Tycoon, like other "tycoon" simulation games, give players control to build and supervise over a particular setting, the movie industry in this case (specifical Universal Studios). Players work on building sets and creating movies like ET, The Mummy, and Jurassic Park. Players add buildings to the sets (over 15 studio buildings to use) and add decorations, roads, and more.

Universal Movie Tycoon is $0.99 and is a universal app.

Universal Movie Tycoon Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Jennifer Allen on April 3rd, 2012
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: LIMITED
Build a movie studio with plenty of patience and plenty of in-app purchases.
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Five For Friday: Week Of March 30

Posted by Jennifer Allen on March 30th, 2012

The year is flying by. Somehow, it's the end of the week already and the end of the month. On the plus side, that means time for another Five For Friday! This week, we're leaning towards the entertainment route with a mixture of games, photo filtering and an app to help regular cinema goers. Without any further ado, on with the fivesome.

After Flick
As a regular visitor to my local cinema, I spend many a credits reel wondering whether I should stick around for after the credits have ended just in case there's a few seconds of extra footage in there. After Flick takes the wondering out of the equation by informing users whether there's something at the end of the film and, if so, what's actually there.

Fancy flying through the air on a motorbike? Try doing it in a game before practicing in real life. FMX IV Pro is one such option, promising numerous different types of events, seven different locations and plenty of different tricks to master, all with a realistic physics engine. It should keep many a stunt biker happy.

1-Bit Camera
Once upon a time, before the Nintendo DS, the Nintendo Gameboy offered a camera attachment that created images a lot like the ones depicted in 1-Bit Camera. There's a certain charm to the appearance too with a real 1980s look to them that will be a fun walk down memory lane for many.

Cannibal Cookout
A fun game all about playing a cannibal. How sweet. It actually is quite cute though with players enjoying 70 levels of silliness as they must speedily keep enemies at bay, all for the sake of a tasty meal. Besides dodging enemies, it's also imperative to create increasingly impressive meals, making for a fun yet frantic time.

Universal Movie Tycoon
Plenty of games have offered the opportunity to build up homes, towns, even hospitals. So it's only natural that the latest step is to build a movie studio and hopefully make a fortune as a successful film tycoon. It's a simple affair but should keep movie fans happy across the weekend as they decorate their way to success.