Ace Fishing, by South Korean developer Com2uS, is their latest attempt at bringing digestible sports to mobile sets. With a pedigree that includes Apple Hall of Fame inductee HOMERUN BATTLE 3D on their resume, they clearly know their stuff.
Is Ace Fishing a catch, or is this one we should be throwing back?
Near the top of the hierarchical pyramid of colossal suckage, tucked neatly between ‘grapefruit’ and ‘Hitler’, you’ll find this atrocious little nugget.
The iOS game Super Monster Bros was created with three goals in mind: 1) Provide the bare minimum of mobile gaming entertainment, 2) Shamelessly rip off Pokemon in the most tawdry way possible, and 3) Fool your children into spending hundreds of your hard earned dollars in 60 seconds flat. Hey, that’s what you get for making your password “password”.
I’m not particularly shy about my love for Cooking Mama. The series may be catered towards girls, no pun intended, but the minigames found in the first two Nintendo DS games just resonated with me.
A couple years ago, I lost my Nintendo DS Phat to gravity. My muscle memory betrayed me when I went to put it into the inside pocket of my new coat that, turns out, didn’t have an inside pocket like the one I had worn for years. I’ve mourned ever since.
I don’t know why, but I got the itch to play Cooking Mama again recently. The Facebook version, and its social and resource elements, didn’t cut it. So, I picked it up in the App Store and decided to give her a go.
Alfred Hitchcock once said, “There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.” So, rather than beat around the bush, I’m just going to tell you not to purchase HOMERUN BATTLE 2. It’s home to the most blatant abuse of in-app purchases that I’ve ever witnessed.