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4.0

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....