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Review: AppMonday: Defense Zone 2

Strategy games haven’t quite found the same comfortable sandbox on tablets and phones that they have on Windows and Mac, but Defense Zone gives it a good thwack with an addictive tower game....
1.0

Review: AppMonday: Star Trek – Timelines

Shock horror: the latest “Star Trek” game isn’t so much a game, but rather an excuse to let Star Trek fans let go of money for a freemium title that is less about a game and more about chance and randomness....
2.0

Review: AppMonday: Camera Noir

Colour photography isn’t for everyone, and so if you prefer seeing the world through a monochromatic lens, an app for the iPhone aims to make that possible. If only it worked well....
4.5

Review: AppMonday: Camera+

There's nothing wrong with Apple's camera app for the iPhone, but if you fancy yourself more than a casual snapper, it's a little under-powered. Fortunately, there's an app for that, too....
3.5

Review: AppMonday: Chromatik

Musicians know only too well that their art and craft can’t always be played from a spur of the moment passion, as sometimes sheet music is required, but in a digital age, what do you do?...
3.5

Review: AppMonday: Beaker

School may well be finishing for the year, but if there’s a scientist in the house, an app could let them mix and match chemicals and elements without the risk of blowing anything up....
4.5

Review: AppMonday: QuizUp

The useless knowledge we all have could fill a room, and possibly an encyclopaedia, but now you can flex your trivial knowledge muscle with a game that only takes a couple of minutes but can be hyper-addictive and very competitive....
5.0

Review: AppMonday: Shooty Skies

A couple of the people responsible for the addictive endless Frogger game that is “Crossy Road” are taking another arcade classic and making it endlessly addictive once more....
3.5

Review: AppMonday: The Martian

An astronaut is stranded on Mars and only you can help him. “The Martian” will let you do just that, giving life to the Ridley Scott movie in a way only interactive fiction could....
3.5

Review: AppMonday: ReColor

There’s a new craze sweeping bookstores, and it's colouring books. Not the sort you give to your kids, though, because these are colouring books made to help you relax and meditate. And yes, there’s an app for that....