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A Chance To Win Bridge Constructor For iPhone And iPad
Here's your chance to win Bridge Constructor for iPhone and iPad!
| July 17
Bulkypix Releases Catch The Candy Update - Win A Copy!
We originally reviewed Catch The Candy back in May, and even though we loved the game, there were some issues. With the latest update those problems are now fixed in addition to some great new content. Plus, we have promo codes to give out to some lucky readers!
| October 11
A Chance To Win A Babes Vs. Robots Promo Code With A Retweet Or Comment
AppAdvice has teamed up with Pyntail in order to offer you a chance to win Babes Vs. Robots ($.99) for iPhone and iPod touch.
| September 27
Help Hooty, Doory, And Woody Find Their Way Home In Silly Owls
Silly Owls is a physics based puzzle game featuring three silly owls and three different types of gameplay. Lovers of physics games will want to check this app out.
| September 18
Cubes Vs. Spheres Mixes Physics-Based Puzzle Gaming With Tower Defense
If you enjoy physics games, puzzlers, or tower defense titles check out Cubes vs. Spheres. The universal app just received a minor update and offers innovative gameplay, a great art style with colorful visuals, and an intensive combo system. Your goal is to stop incoming waves of cubes from reaching your base by flinging spheres at them.
| August 31
Check Out 3D Physics Puzzler Bizango Blast
Bizango Blast is a new game to hit iOS and has been created with the Unreal engine. The game's visuals consist of a cartoon art-style that gives it its own personality. Other features include five different worlds and a total of 50 levels to play through.
| August 8
Gravity Lab! Is The Best Physics Puzzler Since Angry Birds
Gravity Lab! is the best thing to happen to physics puzzling on the iPhone since Angry Birds.
| July 31
Drop Chicken Simple Physics Puzzler
The App Store's iPad Game Of The Week: Casey’s Contraptions
Casey's Contraptions is the hottest game on the App Store, and it's getting rave reviews across the board. If you like physics puzzlers or Rube Goldberg machines you have to check this one out.
| May 22