Recent Reviews - Series 90
The ball-and-bricks Breakout genre has been around almost as long as computer games. Meteor brings it to Symbian, but does it bring anything new to the table?
# Posted by krisse in Reviews || Comments 17:19, Jan 6th
Yeah yeah yeah, S-Tris 2 is another Tetris clone. But this is a pretty good one, it's available for every Symbian platform, and to top it all it's freeware!
# Posted by krisse in Reviews || Comments 00:05, Nov 2nd
Guest writer Ricky Cadden reviews SoonR - take all your files 'with' you? No problem!
# Posted by Ricky in Reviews || Comments 15:50, Aug 24th
A look at the effectiveness of a general audio accessory....
# Posted by Steve in Reviews || Comments 08:49, Jun 7th
A fully stocked mobile device charging system...
# Posted by Steve in Reviews || Comments 12:39, Feb 5th
Krisse puts on some buccaneer boots, a three-cornered hat and cuts off one leg to get into the spirit of ScummVM, the game engine which lets Symbian devices (and others) run classic graphic adventures by Lucasfilm/Lucasarts.
# Posted by krisse in Reviews || Comments 14:21, Sep 18th
"High ho, high ho, it's off to Finland we go..." Time to get down the mines with Infinite Dream's Super Miners.
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 09:19, Sep 14th
Ewan tries out Opera's latest free mobile wonder...
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 11:16, Aug 7th
Steve test drives Traffic TV, a Java-based traffic monitoring system for all smartphones.
# Posted by Steve in Reviews || Comments 20:16, Jun 26th
Summary: Very competent and reliable video encoding system, only let down slightly by the strange interface on the player itself.
# Posted by Steve in Reviews || Comments 08:47, Mar 16th