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Why Is EA Mobile Ripping You Off?

EA Mobile is selling you apps that don't work. Feel like getting ripped off? Then go and purchase something from EA Mobile. Want to learn more? Click the link...

Review: James Cameron's Avatar

Play the game based on the film of the same name. The story in the game takes place two decades before the film and tells the origin of the very first avatar. Explore the vast world of Pandora and get hyped for the movie in a very faithful and well made adaption. More here...

Review: Connect 4

The classic checker-dropping game can now be played on your phone. You know the game, line up four of the same colored checkers either vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. The game requires a little bit of luck and strategy as you drop each checked piece into the board. Fans of the original board game are sure to love this port as will newcomers. Find out why here...

Review: Bear Paw

This is a very simple and easy game to play as you send your ship flying through space. The goal is to avoid the stars and collect the comets as they float around the screen. See how long your little ship can last as it collects as many comets as it can before being destroyed by the stars. Find out more here...

Review: Line Racer

Zoom down the slopes as quickly as you can in this fast-paced and addictive game. Race on custom made tracks, or randomly created ones, as you climb the online leader boards. The game uses touch-based controls as well as the accelerometer in order to maximize your speed. Find out more here...

Review: Dragon's Lair

Replay the classic arcade game from the palm of your hand. Ported to the iPhone with gorgeously enhanced animation and graphics you take control of the valiant knight, Dirk the Daring. Battle your way through massive worlds, crazy puzzles, and even fight a fire-breathing dragon as you attempt to rescue the beautiful Princess Daphne. Find out more here...

Review: Harry Potter: Spells

Transform your iPhone or iPod Touch into a magic wand and cast over fourteen different spells. This app is one every Harry Potter fan should check out. How do the controls fair? Find out here...

Review: Little Runner

Little Runner has a very simple concept, keep the little alien guy running at all costs. Sounds easy, right? It's a lot harder than you'd think, but that doesn't stop the game from being extremely addictive and entertaining. How long can you keep him running? Find out here...

Review: 5 Minutes To Kill (Yourself)

Fed up with constant board meetings, you have decided to fight back the corporate system by doing the one thing "they" can't control...killing yourself. You've only got five minutes before the next meeting so every second counts. Find out the gory details here...

Review: C64

Replay some classic Commodore 64 games in this retro blast from the past. With over eight games included in the app, how does this long awaited release measure up after all this time? Find out here...

Review: Auditorium

Guide the flow of colored particles into the audio containers to create your sights and sounds. A very simple and relaxing game that will get you hooked as well as put you in a very peaceful and tranquil mood. Find out more here...

Review: Frogger

That crazy street-crossing frog is back as the classic arcade game we've all come to know and love gets a facelift. Not to worry though, the basic game is still here and with a few improvements. Die-hards will no doubt find a few flaws here, but does that mean you should stay away? Find out here...

Review: Command & Conquer Red Alert

The popular PC and console title has finally hit the App Store. Play as either the Soviets and dominant the globe or the Allies and restore peace. How does this strategy game stack up against its counterparts? Find out here...

Review: Alice in Bomberland

Take Alice in Wonderland and mix it with out of control bombs and missiles and what do you get? Alice in Bomberland of course. The game has stunning graphics and simple, easy to pick up gameplay that is sure to entertain any fan of Alice and her crazy world. Find out more here...

Review: Backbreaker Football

This app takes the most exciting and intense parts of football and thrown them all into a very entertaining and addictive game. Battle your way thrown waves of defenders as you race toward the end zone. Want ore? Click away...

Review: Super Shock Football

Replay those old electronic football games from the palm of your hand with Super Shock Football. Does this game score a touchdown or field goal? Find out more here...

Review: Kissing Frenzy

Have you ever been falling out of a window and thought, "Everything will be okay as long as I can kiss someone?" Yeah, me neither. However, that's the basic premise of this really strange and addicting app that goes by the name, Kissing Frenzy. Find out more here...

Review: South Park Mega Millionaire

So the boys of South Park are in Japan, competing on one of their crazy game shows for 10,000 YEN. Play alone or challenge your friends in this crazy board/side-scrolling game. It's colorful, absurd,and a little weird...but is it actually worth the three bucks? Find out here...

Review: Infestation

Protect food and your fingers from the infestation. Can you kill every last bug before they over take your screen? Find out what it takes to defeat the swarm here...

Review: Run! - Plus A Chance To Win A Free Run! Promo Code

A very simple and easy to pick up game that is sure to get you hooked the moment you start playing. As you run faster, the game gets more intense and a lot harder. Find out more here...

Review: Monkey Preschool Lunchbox

An entertaining game for children between the ages of 2 and 5. Help the monkey fill his lunchbox with fruit by counting, matching, solving puzzles, and a whole lot more. Find out exactly how much more here...

Review: Castle Warriors

The game is all about conquering and capturing towers that are placed throughout the game. Can you capture them all while fending off the enemy? In the never ending sea of Tower Defense games how does this title stack up against the rest? Find out more here...

Review: Headhunter

Fling shrunken heads around the screen and attempt to get them into the different shrines that are located throughout the game. Sounds a little strange, yes? Possibly weird and a little grotesque? Well, it is. Find out more here...