List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2012

Review excerpt: Based on the book by Laurence Anholdt, this app  layers two types of interactive activities onto the pages, along with some scaffolding features (narrated text, and ...
Review excerpt: In this game, you first choose one of 48 Marvel and Capcom heroes and villains, including 12 new selections. You can fight as Capcom’s Strider for example, or ...
Review excerpt: Katamari comes to the touch screen for the first time, due to the new capabilities of the PlayStation Vita. The idea is the same — roll a sticky ball around a ...
Review excerpt: This “app toy” (Toca Boca’s approach to app design) takes place in a house where five zany friends live, one on each floor. You help them with their ...
Review excerpt: This is a power of 10 app, that lets you explore the really big and the extremely small.  You start with a view of a back yard, with a dirty dog named Tick Bait. You ...
Review excerpt: Here’s a rare collection of seven short stories written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss in the 1950s for Redbook magazine. It is being released along with the hardcover ...
Review excerpt: This iPad app provides step-by-step reading lessons designed to help young children learn to read. It features the Reading Raven companion, who guides children along ...
Review excerpt: This app turns the tectonic plates into a jigsaw puzzle that you can drag and drop into place. There are three types of puzzles; each consists of a timed challenge along ...
Review excerpt: This title has been rereleased several times over the years (this is the 16th Putt Putt title in our database). In 2008, it was sold at retail computers. In case you ...
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