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Paper Munchers HD Review

By Lisa Caplan on July 4th, 2011
Paper Munchers HD is a well-crafted physics puzzler with monstrously gorgeous style.
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Creatures and Castles Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Chris Hall on January 5th, 2011
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: DUNGEON FUN
Creatures and Castles is a solid blend of dungeon romp and casual gaming. It's not the best in either genre, but it's fun and easily digestible.
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iCasual: Doodle Dive

Posted by TPG Staff on August 10th, 2010
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: NOT TAKING A DIVE :: Read Review »

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Written and Recorded by: Michelle Lopez

Hello everyone this is Michelle from The Portable Gamer with your iCasual Report for Doodle Dive from Romper Games Inc. for all devices running current iOS software. In Doodle Dive you get to play a cute little guy who, for what ever reason, jumped out of a plane. Tilting your device you will control, or try to control his fall through randomly generated friendly and not so friendly skies. There are items to collect as you descend and of course items to avoid as well. One wrong hit and it could be game over. The collection items are unique and whimsical. You have gold which is typical, where when you’ve collected 100 you’ll get an extra life, but than you have the odd power-ups. An umbrella which will slow your fall and then a roll of sushi which will balloon you up to be invisible. Not even the flying toasters will ruin your day then. The only addition could be some social competition, though there are online leader boards to keep track of your high scores. The game play might not be very different from other games in this genre, but the fun extras make this $0.99 game Simply hallarious!

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