List/Grid Tag Archives: temporal relations

Review Excerpt: Children walk Mr. Fox through a ten step daily routine, presented by way of scrolling pages. The day starts with tooth brushing at 7 AM and ends with an 8 PM bedtime. ...
Review Excerpt: Blek is a leveled puzzle game that starts with a simple challenge — to sketch an inch-worm-like line that loops its way across the screen while avoiding black ...
Review Excerpt: What if you could “see” a sound? Turn your screen into a musical doodlepad, where taps become color bursts, bouncing dots, or lines that seem to have a life ...
Review Excerpt: Sonic is fast and fun, in this co-op or competitive two player racing game. We tested the Wii U version. In the story, Dr. Eggman has harnessed the power of six menacing ...
Review Excerpt: As with many ebooks, you start with the choice of two confusing options — “Read and Play” and “Read by Myself” (ironically, both require ...
Review Excerpt: Can you get to the end of a novel, without losing your mind, or throwing up? We’ve reviewed some strange apps in our day…. and this one ranks near the top. ...
Review Excerpt: This follow up to Bugs and Buttons (CTR February 2012), contains another well crafted set of 18 math and logic activities. If you liked the first edition, you’ll ...
Review Excerpt: This is the second truck-themed app from Duck Duck Moose. It works best as a one player game. Contents include a side-scrolling game where you move a truck by swiping ...
Review excerpt: The arcade-style games in this app are based on the online game available at ZiggityZoom.com. There are three play mechanics, plus a Monster Creator-where you can customize ...
Review excerpt: Dressed in bright orange and white colors (to make sure it doesn’t get confused with a real gun), this is a plastic gun that houses your camera-equipped iPod Touch, ...
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