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    Published on 1st March 2012 by

    The Simpsons Tapped Out tasks you to rebuild Springfield after a nuclear explosion destroys Matt Groening’s fictional town in a hilarious, fun-packed new iOS game.
    Released today and available free on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, EA Games' Tapped Out requires users to erect buildings, create an environment and perform tasks in real-time to resurrect the town after Homer, while playing on his ‘myPad’, neglects the nuclear power plant’s safety protocols.

    Thankfully none of the lovable characters were hurt in the nuclear explosion.
    Published on 25th February 2012 by

    The off-road racing game Colin McRae: Dirt 2 is a tribute to the late Scottish rally driver Colin McRae, who passed away in 2007.

    Spanning the globe and featuring rally-racing elites Ken Block, Travis Pastrana, Tanner Foust and Dave Mirra, Dirt 2 provides a beautiful racing experience and a variety of achievements to unlock that will keep you entertained for a long period of time. ...
    1. Games
    Published on 8th February 2012 by

    Word Order is exactly what it claims to be; you need to rearrange a series of jumbled refrigerator magnets into the correct order before the timer runs out.

    Developed by Swedish group AppForMore, Word Order, which also comes in Swedish, is an iPhone/iPod touch app divided into ...
    1. Games
    Published on 3rd February 2012 by

    Some say the introduction of twenty twenty cricket is a pox on the purity of four-day test matches. Some say ODIs are the best kind of cricket, others still disagree, saying that those matches just aren't cricket. But in all honesty, who doesn't seeing the likes of any of the current ...
    1. Games
    Published on 1st February 2012 by

    If you haven’t heard of The Sims, you could have been living under a rock. Since 2000, users have been creating their own second, virtual life on their computers, and now iPad and iPhone users have the opportunity to take The Sims with them wherever they go.

    And the best part is, it’s free.
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    Published on 7th January 2012 by

    Arrow Words is a crossword-style app from Britain that’s a great little time-waster with the ability to exercise your brain at the same time. I say ‘crossword-style’ because, unlike the crosswords we’re used to, the grids don’t have true symmetrical chequerboard patterns. ...
    Published on 31st December 2011 by

    In Australia, we’re quite fortunate to have unit pricing shown in our supermarkets. It makes comparing similar items in different-sized containers simple by bringing all costs down (or up) to a price-per-100g level. ...
    1. Travel
    Published on 26th December 2011 by

    “How many roads must a man walk down before you can call him Amanda?” That was the moment I fell in love with the Lonely Planet Offline Translator. Probably not for the reason Lonely Planet would have hoped, though. But let’s start at the beginning. ...
    1. Books
    Published on 24th December 2011 by

    In the mad rush to read everything electronically, there is a certain quality and charm that has been left behind in the pages of ’real’ books. Fierce Grey Mouse HD, a children’s storybook app for iPad, regains some of that beauty lost. ...

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