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Review: Walking Dead: 400 Days will make you sad, but not sad enough

Walking Dead: 400 Days, the “season-spanning” piece of downloadable content for last year's critically-acclaimed game from Telltale Games, is a phenomenal piece of work that's ultimately too short and unfocused to live up to the original.


Peter Tamte on NoteSuite and the changing landscape of software development's Peter Tamte joins host Chris Breen to discuss changes in the software landscape over the last couple of decades. He also provides details on his latest iPad/Mac app, NoteSuite.

Review: Tumblewords is a cute iOS word game, but not ready for prime time

Tumblewords is a beautifully designed word game, but the gameplay could use a little work.

Review: Frozen Synapse for iPad a smart, slick turn-based strategy game

Mode 7's squad-strategy game makes its way from the PC to iOS and proves to be a nice fit.

The Week in iOS Apps: A better connection

This week's roundup of new and updated apps for the iPhone includes better ways to communicate with your co-workers, make your own animated short films, or take in Wimbledon.

Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time will not arrive on time

PopCap Games will delay the release of iOS of the sequel to the beloved flower defense game Plants vs. Zombies. We look at videos, images, and existing games while we nurture the seeds of longing.

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.

Remains of the Day: High-wire act

Sounds like the "ac" in the new MacBook Airs’ 802.11ac wireless might stand for "aw, crud." Elsewhere Pink Floyd has hit a wall with streaming royalties and Microsoft gets touchy about its gaming future.

Review: Aliens are back for more in Anomaly 2 for Mac

Anomaly 2 is an enjoyable tower-attack game. The multiplayer mode available on the Mac and PC versions provides enough of a challenge to make it worth buying.

Review: AVP: Evolution is a letdown for Alien and Predator fans

Despite some decent graphics and some RPG trimming, AVP: Evolution manages to disappoint on nearly every level.