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Felix is an application review specialist for AppAdvice.com and is located in Dallas, Texas. In his time away from his iPod, he enjoys playing Xbox and is a big fan of the Dallas Cowboys, despite their continuously disappointing performances.
Latest from Felix
Shakespeare's Hamlet Receives A 21st Century Makeover
Often regarded as one of Shakespeare's greatest works, Hamlet can be difficult to comprehend or visualize. Whether you're studying the play or reading for leisure, Shakespeare In Bits just might make it a bit more enjoyable.
| February 12
Know Everything About A Movie And More With WhatsNext Movies Plus
Are you a big movie fan? This app keeps you informed on the hottest and latest actors and films from all around the world, including upcoming titles.
| August 19
There's No Such Thing As Too Much Fish For This Ninja
Otoro the ninja is a little different from most ninjas, to say the least. Instead of fighting enemies, he uses his skills to catch and slice rare fish. This game might just have you hooked.
| August 10
Protect The Cash And Escape The Police In Reckless Getaway
You've just stolen a large sum of money from the bank, but the hardest part of the heist is yet to come. Can you survive the relentless police chases, highway ramps, and other dangers of the road? Find out more about the new top-down racer by the developers of Reckless Racing.
| July 18
Experience A Classic Revival With MineSweeper Touch
Minesweeper is one of the oldest computer games that's still played today, and SkyPaw brings a polished and updated version to iOS in MineSweeper Touch. Do the new features make it a worthy app?
| July 7
Put Your Drawing Skills To The Test In Scribble Show
It's the debut night of the Scribble Show, and Megan needs your help to draw the patterns on all the scribble cards before they fall to the ground. Can you help make her performance a success?
| July 3
Review: Bop It! - Can You Keep Up?
Surely at one point in time, you've held one of Hasbro's popular Bop It! toys in your hands. Now EA is bringing the experience to iPhone with a version of the interactive game that fits in your pocket. Exactly how good is this port? Can the amount of fun and interaction be replicated on an iDevice? Read on to find out!
| February 4
Review: Battleheart - Four Man Army
Mika Mobile's 3rd iOS game been released in the form of an RPG style combat title, full of weapons, skills, and unique characters. Is Battleheart as impressive and groundbreaking as Zombieville USA and OMG Pirates were? Read on to find out!
| February 2
Review: Mad Skills Motocross - Intense Bike Madness
Turborilla has brought their side-scrolling PC racer to the iOS platform. Mad Skills Motocross takes you through several tournaments that are much more difficult than they appear to be. Are you up for the challenge? Read on to find out more.
| January 20
Review: Bug Heroes - Prioritize To Survive
You've seen hundreds of iPhone dual stick shooter, tower defense, and survival games, but have you played one that combines elements from all 3? From the developer of N.Y. Zombies comes a title that mixes things up a little. Is it worth it? Read on to find out.
| January 14
Review: Asphalt 6: Adrenaline - Experience The Rush
Perhaps the most anticipated racer of the year, Asphalt 6 is finally here. Combining everything you loved about the past titles in the series with a blast of heart-pounding adrenaline, this swift arcade game is sure to take your breath away. How does it compare to other recently released racers? Read on to find out more.
| December 22
Review: Battlefield: Bad Company 2 - Bringing Out The Big Guns
Among this week's highly anticipated releases is EA's iOS port of Battlefield: Bad Company 2, a popular console title known for its large and chaotic deathmatches. How good is this attempt to dethrone Modern Combat 2 as the best iPhone first person shooter? Read on to find out.
| December 16
Review: Dungeon Hunter 2 - Full Scale Family Showdown
It seems that siblings are nothing but trouble, and this is the case with Gameloft's Dungeon Hunter 2. Your brother has taken control of Gothicus and plunged it into darkness, and as a son of the Immortal King, you aren't going to stand by and watch. Read on to find out more.
| December 9
Review: Braveheart - Wield Tornadoes Of Destruction
The king has ordered you to perform one task to gain the hand of his daughter. Being the hero that you are, you must complete the quest and ravage through vile lands full of monsters. Are you up for the challenge? Read on to find out more.
| December 6
Review: Rock Band Reloaded - Another Guitar-Powered Punch
Surely at one point or another, we've all dreamed of being the rock star on stage with the slick electric guitar and booming microphone in our hands. EA's news Rock Band Reloaded puts you in the shoes of your favorite singers with new tracks and features. Click to read more.
| December 2
Review: Heroes Lore III- Choose Your Side, Choose Your Fate
Heroe's Lore: Stigmata of Gaia has been changed to Heroe's Lore III, and is finally available in the US. The war between Neo-Soltia and the Rits is in full gear, and you must choose who to fight for in the deadly struggle for power. Complete quests, upgrade weapons, create potions, fight man-eating plants, and do so much more. How does EA's RPG compare to others available? Read on to find out.
| November 30
Review: High Caliber Hunting - North America Like You've Never Seen It Before
In today's world, the North American wilderness is diminishing rapidly and there are barely any large creatures roaming the plains. EA's High Caliber Hunting lets you take aim at 20 distinct beasts in several of these locations. How does it compare to other hunting games? Read on to find out.
| November 26