Graphics of the game is really nice..
- App review for Shark Attack
- Posted by Steven February 23, 2010
- Recommended for Gamers, Students, Animal Lovers or Outdoors Enthusiasts
The graphic work of this game is pretty neat..
With this app you get exactly what you'd expect. Me personally I'd rather buy five $0.99 games like Flight Control and Angry Birds than plunk $4.99 for a game I've known and played off and on for 15 years. And to be honest the touch controls for this game on the iPhone didn't do much for me.
A beautiful "Check-In" app. I'm not a big social networker (nor all that into "checking-in" around town) but it's free and I'm a sucker for a well designed app. A pleasure to use.
I love this game and can play it for an hour straight. Alas, it can be buggy. You flick word die around the screen sometimes they disappear completely or won't load at all. Hopefully the usability will improve but the concept is brilliant.
I've tried in vain to add movies to my cue using this app only to realize once I return to Netflix, the movie is not available through Netflix. They really need to display whether a movie is in the Netflix library or not. Slow and clunky as well.
A useful app for any movie buff. I don't know if I've gone as far as to buy tickets with this app but I definitely use to check out what's playing and when. Seems more reliable than Flixster
My must-have news app simply b/c of the great content. "Most Emailed" category is a nice feature. Can move slow at times but that's hard to avoid on any app.
While this app is no Excitebike, it's fun and challenging. The tracks are short so games can be conveniently quick. One feature notably missing is the ability to save your progress.
I spent quite a while just figuring out how to use this app. I really wish the experience was more intuitive and I still have more to figure out. However, once you start getting it it's much faster and useful. The drag and type format that makes it speedy, even if not flexible. Good for working out personal dilemmas or entrepreneurial ideas.
Slick UI, Fast, Full Featured and easy to use. The only thing I wish they would add is push(using boxcar for that in the time being). There's a reason why this app has won so many awards! If you are a fairly heavy Twitter user then this is right down your alley.
This game has a simple premise of tracing shapes as they pass by the screen. There's also a robot involved and music from your own iTunes library. While those two things are cool, they just aren't quite cool enough to keep my attention span. I downloaded it free and it was worth the try, I could see kids enjoying it, but for the more sophisticated app palate, it's a pass.
The best game for the iPhone since Flight Control. Tons of the levels. Great graphics. Fun interaction. Highly Recommend.
Mashable's new app breaks out of the "blog app" genre with a lovely, usable UI and an easy way to see trending stories. View stories by category, tag, and latest. Get the latest social media news in your pocket.
I've long wanted to have one of those stolen phone GPS programs, and always been a bit too tight to buy one (I still may.) But I just came accross the limited free deal for this app and couldn't resist. It appears like a game in your icons and opens to a confusing crest with balls bouncing around. The idea is that a robber will spend just enough time sitting there confused about it for the phone to send a GPS report. You can log on to the company's site to see the current location as well as having it sent to you. Supposedly there is also some SMS you can remotely send forcing or urging the robber to open the app. It may be a delay but this feature isn't yet working for me. It's not a perfect app, but it's a lot to receive for zero dollars. Bad guys beware!
Very playable, great graphics, great easy controls, great story line and funny dialoge.
Only input is need more levels/missions... Would even pay in app for more!