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Agent A: A puzzle in disguise review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on January 17th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: PUZZLE AGENT
This super spy-themed adventure game presents players with a series of really clever puzzle rooms.
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Spy_Watch Review

iPhone & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone and Apple Watch, compatible with iPad
By Rob Rich on May 1st, 2015
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: ABSENTEE ESPIONAGE
Spy_Watch is an intriguing game of, well, intrigue. But is it too hands-off?
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If You’re Getting an Apple Watch, Get SPY_WATCH, Too

Posted by Rob Rich on April 22nd, 2015

There was mention of the existence and upcoming release of Bossa Studios’ (Surgeon Simulator, I Am Bread) SPY_WATCH, but now things are different. Now it’s something I’m super-anxious to get my hands on when it releases tomorrow - and I don’t think I should be the only one.

Codename Cygnus Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Lee Hamlet on September 3rd, 2013
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: SERIAL SLEUTHING
Codename Cygnus is an interactive radio drama that puts players in the shoes of a secret agent, then thrusts them into a handful of classic spy movie scenarios.
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VR Mission Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By David Rabinowitz on February 24th, 2012
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: QUICK FUN
VR Mission is a short action puzzle game that has players stealthily make their way through an enemy compound.
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SpySpy Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Rob Rich on December 22nd, 2011
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: DOUBLE-OH-OOPS
SpySpy can be a surprisingly fun action/platformer/espionage kind of game, when the controls aren't getting in the way.
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Private Area Indulges Your Inner Spy

Posted by Blake Grundman on September 1st, 2010
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Have you ever put a piece of information onto your iPhone and thought about how nice it would be if you could lock out said data from prying eyes?  While I have nothing to hide, it would sure be nice to have a protected area on my phone where I could store information and keep it just to myself.  In the past I have even worked with certain government contractors that couldn't use an iPhone as their personal communication device of choice just because of that very reason.  Quite bluntly, if you need to keep things confidential, the iPhone has not been a valid option until a couple of days ago.

Created by a gentleman by the name of Alessio Vinerbi, Private Area is an app that you have been longing for if you are someone who is always looking over your shoulder.  Imagine being able to keep all of your information encrypted safely behind the lock and key of a second set of passwords.  Here is what the new application has to offer:

  • Create, edit and delete notes

  • Import photos from film

  • Taking pictures with the new camera

  • Saving contacts with name, number and email with possibility of sending SMS and Mail without quitting application

  • Saving and navigation of websites through the browser integrated without compromising the history of Safari.

I have never been one to try to watch my back when it comes to little things like my browser history, but I certainly know a fair amount of folks that could have used something like that in the past.  There is something re-assuring about being able to surf the web in style, without leaving an incriminating footprint in the process.

The one problem with have an app like this is that it just screams, "I HAVE SOMETHING TO HIDE!"  This is not always something that is good if you are in a long term relationship.  I realize that what users do from the comfort of their own phone is their business, but the fact that Private Area can be used as your own personal Little Black Book might not sit well with everyone.

At only ninety-nine cents, the software is certainly cheap enough to take for a test spin because if nothing else, it will give you the thrill of being sneaky enough to have encrypted data on your phone.  Watch out 007, we are gunning for you next!