iOS Games I Like: SpellPix

May 3rd, 2017

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SpellPix iTunes Listing SpellPix is a game where you find words to paint pictures. Each level begins with a grid of letters. Some of the letter tiles are colored. A colored tile represents either the start or the end of a word. The starting and ending tiles for a word have the same color. There […]


iOS Games I Like: Blockadillo

April 24th, 2017

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Blockadillo iTunes Listing In Blockadillo you control a bouncing armadillo. The armadillo constantly bounces vertically. Tap the left side of the screen to move left, and tap the right side of the screen to move right. Having the armadillo constantly bounce simplifies the controls. The goal for each level in Blockadillo is to smash all […]


iOS Games I Like: Pinball Breaker Forever

February 20th, 2017

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Pinball Breaker Forever iTunes Listing Pinball Breaker Forever combines pinball and Breakout. Hit the ball with pinball flippers to break bricks like Breakout. The twist on the pinball and Breakout formulas is that the bricks move downward, similar to Space Invaders. Instead of worrying about keeping the ball from passing between the flippers, you worry […]


iOS Games I Like: INKS

January 30th, 2017

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INKS iTunes Listing INKS is a pinball game that uses levels instead of a single table. Each level has a table with a series of colored targets to hit. Hitting all the targets finishes the level. When you hit a target the ball becomes a paint ball with the color of the target you hit. […]


iOS Games I Like: Doug dug

December 12th, 2016

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Doug dug iTunes Listing If you ever played the arcade game Dig Dug, you’ll know what Doug dug is about. You play as Doug, and you dig tunnels looking for treasure. There are monsters and lava pits standing in your way. It’s been many years since I played Dig Dug, but I noticed the following […]