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Critter Crunch Review

Bland Name, Tasty Game

Critter Crunch Screenshot

HIGH A new, predatory twist on puzzling.

LOW The difficulty of the final third feels haphazard and unrefined.

WTF Rainbow-colored regurgitation.

Haunted 3D Rollercoaster Rush Review

Swing Low, Ghoulish Chariot

Haunted 3D Rollercoaster Rush Screenshot

HIGH Look at that castle! That giant jack-o'-lantern! The moon!



LOW Aw man, I plummeted into a track again. Darn those vertical drops.

WTF I put the game down and I can still hear the background tune in my head.

The Horror Geek presents: New Dexter iPhone screenshots

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I don't own an iPhone. I have an aversion to Apple products for some reason—but if I did plunk down my hard earned cash for something from Steve Jobs' technological empire, it would be the iPhone—the gaming possibilities alone make me lust after one.

I was fairly skeptical when it was announced that Dexter was coming to the iPhone as a game. I'd love to see a Dexter title (the show is great and certainly lends itself to becoming a game), but I didn't think this was the right platform. Give it to me on the Xbox 360 or PS3, and I'd be happy.

It's still too soon to tell if this adaptation will work or not, but these four new screenshots (courtesy of Games Press and available after the break) have me optimistic. The title looks like a PSP game at this stage—which is better than I expected. No firm release date has been set, but Dexter should be available for purchase later this year.

NY State bans gaming, web-surfing, texting while driving

NY State bans gaming, web-surfing, texting while driving

The law affects electronic distractions so we're talking about surfing the web—I've actually seen people with laptops in their laps while driving—and texting—we've all seen this I'm sure. It also involves gaming which I never figured someone would feel a need to do while driving.

Pacific Islanders find Pocket God "disgusting"

Pocket God Screenshot

I'm not going to defend Bolt Creative, the US-based creators of the very popular Pocket God game for the iPhone. I don't find it offensive myself, but I support the right of any group to vocalize their oppositon to anything they find offensive.

It occured to me that views like this would not only leave us without a popular iPhone app, but also without some of the classic games or gaming characters that we love.

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