December 25, 2011

Don't Fall Off by Electronic Arts

(4/5) Don't Fall Off for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad is an endless tilt-controlled game. You control a circular chipmunk by tilting your device left or right. The chipmunk is on a paper boat in a river, and the boat tilts along with the chipmunk. The graphics are very smooth, with a cartoony style, and retina display support. There are many different places in the world that are reachable by staying on the boat long enough. The music sounds great with the game. It doesn't make you tense, like some other endless game music does. Don't Fall Off is great for train rides, car rides, plane rides, etc. It is available on the app store for $0.99.

December 24, 2011

Securis by PRNDL Dev Studios

(4.8/5) Securis for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad is a very handy app to store your passwords. The user interface is very simple and easy to navigate, all while looking nice. You can store passwords for almost anything, like your bank account or email. In order to access all of your passwords, you must know a master password, which you can change if you so desire. The app will also generate passwords for you, in case you are having trouble thinking of a password. Securis is a great utility to have if you forget your passwords, or have too many to remember. Securis is available on the app store for $4.99.

December 22, 2011

Catch the Candy by Bulkypix

(3.8/5) Catch the Candy for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch is a very easy game. The game itself is a good concept, with good controls, graphics, and music. You control a little monster's tongue by tapping, and eventually getting a peppermint to complete each level. The game is very short, and I was able to complete the easy, medium, and hard sections all in about  hour total. The game is very kid-friendly, and is great for young children to play. Overall, Catch the Candy is good to try if you have kids, or are bored and have $0.99 to spend. Catch the Candy is available on the app store now.