- Buzz Contact receives 2.0 update
- Buying an iPhone 5: Apple now offering $345 for 64GB iPhone 4
- EA’s Labor Day Sale: Nearly all iOS games now $0.99
- Edna & Harvey: The Breakout in Review – Crazy About The Looney Bin
- Jurassic Park: The Game 2 HD in Review – Not exactly the family-friendly theme park
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 02:39 PM PDT
savvy apps, the developers behind one of my favorite calendar apps (Agenda), has updated their handy contacts manager – Buzz Contacts - to version 2.0. Infinitely more versatile and useful than the stock phone.app, Buzz lets users quickly access their favorite contacts and perform specific actions, such making a call or Facetime and sending messages or emails (use default messages or create new ones). The update includes theme support, swiping into/out of dialer – a big plus, the all new Frequent and Outgoing groups, the ability to schedule an appointment with a particular person in either Agenda Calendar or Due, and much more.
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 11:18 AM PDT
With the iPhone 5′s September 12 unveiling (and pre-orders) less than 2 weeks away, there’s a good chance that you’re already thinking about selling your old iPhone for some much needed cash. Well Apple – partnered with PowerOn – has updated their Reuse and Recycling program and included the iPhone 4S as a device you can “trade in” for Apple Gift Cards, which can be used at any U.S. Apple retail store or Apple online store. A 64GB iPhone 4S in mint condition will net you $345, while the 32GB model goes for $330. Here’s how you can score that gift card, as per reuse landing page:
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 10:30 AM PDT
If you missed EA Mobile’s previous iOS dollar promo, fret not as they’re back for the Labor Day Weekend. Nearly all of their iDevice games are currently on sale for a mere $0.99. Titles like MASS EFFECT INFILTRATOR, Real Racing 2 HD and Flight Control HD are included in the massive sale. Check out the full list of iTunes links after the break, but do hurry as they’re likely to last only for the next several days.
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 07:18 AM PDT
I remember fondly spending a lot of time with adventure games back in the 80s and early 90s when the likes of Sierra Online and LucasArts reigned supreme. TellTale Games has done a good job of recapturing that magic, as has Bulkypix with their recent release of Yesterday. Now you can add Daedalic Entertainment to that list with Edna & Harvey: The Breakout. This adventure game about a young lady and her bunny has humor to rival the best Sam & Max installment, artwork that is quite delightful and some great voice acting. There is plenty of game play as well, which oddly enough might be its biggest detractor – there's almost too much to do. Still, this is one nuthouse I don't mind visiting.
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 07:10 AM PDT
I think few franchises have ever captured the imagination of the public like the famous Jurassic Park trilogy by Steven Spielberg. Books, toys, even theme parks – the world has seen it all. And even a couple of video-games, though they weren’t really worth mentioning. Until now that is! Telltale has struck again, taking an age-old intellectual property and twisting it in new and interesting ways. As a serialized interactive movie adventure none-the-less.
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