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You Should Play: Sometimes You Die

Jump through obstacles and complete puzzles by, well, dying. But strategically.

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You Should Play: Device 6

Puzzle fans and those looking for some good brainteasers will love this game.

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You Should Play: Royal Revolt 2

Play the king of a medieval kingdom and lead you army into battle in this fun sequel.

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The 10 tech podcasts you must listen to today

Because reading about tech is so 2005.

Taskdeck review: For when reminders matter

Taskdeck is a good personal task list for anyone working on multiple projects.

SimCity review: Gather your friends, because you're going to need them

SimCity's dependence on multiplayer and an Internet connection are drastic changes to the game that may dissuade long-time fans.

Bioshock Infinite review: Phenomenal combination of storytelling and gameplay

Bioshock Infinite could be the best first-person shooter to hit the Mac this decade.

Nasturtium Player review: Put together iTunes and YouTube playlists with ease

Spend less time creating playlists and more time enjoying them with Nasturtium Player.

Plants vs Zombies 2 review: Sticks to its roots, but paywall leaves us feeling dead inside

Plants vs Zombies 2 has more plants, more zombies, and more ways to make you pay.

Mac Gems: Noted a nicely-organized note-taking app

Noted doesn't have a lot of features, but it is easy to use.

Review: Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol brings strategic dogfights to iOS

Sid Meier's latest iOS game is one of the most clever and interesting strategy games on the platform.

Review: Ninja Striker! is a deliciously difficult platformer for iOS

Ninja Striker is a retro-style platformer with excellent controls and a satisfying level of difficulty.

Relive the 90s with these three awesome iOS games

How long has it been since you cared for a Tamagotchi?

The hands-down best platform games for iPhone and iPad

Put your Gameboy down, pick up your iPhone, and jump back to the old days of Mario and Sonic.

Review: You may not last past ten attempts when playing 1001 Attempts

1001 Attempts is an unassuming, uncomplicated game that doesn't profess to be anything other than what it is: a budget distraction, worth a few minutes of your time, but nothing more.