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Lego Star Wars III 3DS
Lego Star Wars III 3DS brings the fun of the lego series to the 3DS handheld platform. It's generally a good job, but the small screen is tough for this game.
Laberynth - iPod Touch
Laberynth is a classic game I played with actual wood and marbles as a child. It involves navigating the marble around a wooden track. The iPod Touch does an awesome job of recreating this game with motion sensing technology.
Knots - iPod Touch
Knots for the iPod Touch reminds me of one of the WarioWare games. It's oh so simple - but completely addictive!
Kirby Squeak Squad DS
Kirby Squeak Squad DS lets you take the deliciously fun shape-shifting pink guy on a platforming trek, storing and mixing up skill sets.
Jewels - Kindle Fire
Jewels is a puzzle game for the Kindle Fire and other Android platforms which has you trying to get three-in-a-row to clear the screen of all colored jewels. A simple concept to understand - and a challenge to perfect.
iTouch - App Store Cannot Connect
There will be times that your iTouch will give you errors when you try to connect to the app store - either to update your existing apps or to download new apps. Here is how to troubleshoot the issue.
iPod Touch Generations (Gs)
If you want to get an iPod Touch for handheld gaming, it can be confusing to see all the "1G" or "2G" designations. In the iPod world, these refer to what GENERATION (or version) of system you are getting.
I've had many handheld game / music units over the years, but I really love the iPod Touch. Yes it only holds 8 gig of music - but its gaming abilities far more than make up for that!
iBall 3D - iPod Touch
iBall 3D for the iPod Touch is yet another in the Labyrinth-based games available for this motion-sensing game device. I'm afraid I just didn't enjoy iBall 3D as much as the other versions I've seen.
Hot Brain PSP
Hot Brain for the PSP falls into the category of Brain Age and other puzzle / brain testing games. You practice with a bunch of mini-games, then you take a test to see just how hot your brain really is. While it can be fun, there isn't enough variety to make it the long term draw that Brain Age is.
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