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Posted: 13 Jan 2012 10:40 AM PST
Cut the Rope (TMA Review), one of the most popular and addictive physics puzzle game on the iPhone and iPad, has made its way to a web browser as a HTML 5 port thanks to a partnership between Microsoft and ZeptoLabs.
There are currently 27 levels available and the game can be played on most modern browsers that support HTML 5, including Chrome, Firefox and Safari. To play Cut The Rope for free online, head over to www.cuttherope.ie and enjoy more On Nom while your boss isn’t watching. A “Behind the Scenes” video of how this HTML port came about can be found after the break.
Posted: 13 Jan 2012 09:22 AM PST
OnLive Desktop, brought to you the company that specializes in online game streaming to computers and mobile devices, is now available for the iPad as a free app. Similar to the recently released CloudOn app, OnLive Desktop not only brings Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint to your tablet, but also a Windows 7 experience while away from your PC.
Posted: 13 Jan 2012 05:55 AM PST
Posted: 13 Jan 2012 05:44 AM PST
There's no question Super Crate Box is a silly game. You basically run around one of three levels collecting crates and killing monsters to stay alive. It's like a side view FPS with no fancy graphics and no point. The funny thing is that it is also one of the most addictive games I've played in quite a while, and that says a lot since I've spent almost every day for the past week playing Treasures of Montezuma 3. There's something about the simplicity of the game combined with the retro pixel graphics that to me makes it a whole lot more interesting than the previously released Muffin Knight, a game clearly inspired by this one. All I know is I'm glad to be part of the crate collecting revolution.
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