Watch Before Playing: Gun Bros, Paperboy Special Delivery, Magic Fiddle for iPad

Nov 19, 2010
Games

Sometimes the best way to figure out whether you should download a new game for the iPhone or iPad is to actually see it in action. In this edition of Watch Before Playing, we bring you video reviews of hit titles Gun Bros and Paperboy: Special Delivery for the iPhone and Magic Fiddle for the […]

Sometimes the best way to figure out whether you should download a new game for the iPhone or iPad is to actually see it in action. In this edition of Watch Before Playing, we bring you video reviews of hit titles Gun Bros and Paperboy: Special Delivery for the iPhone and Magic Fiddle for the iPad. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the show.

iPhone App Video Review: Gun Bros

Yet again another dual stick shooter has made it into the App Store and is taking the world by storm. But this one is different. Gun Bros is a free game. Let me repeat that: a free game that easily outclasses any of the paid apps in graphics, gameplay, and features.

iPhone App Video Review: Paperboy Special Delivery

Paperboy was one of those games on early consoles that everyone played through a million times and always seemed to lose. It was hard, had lots of fun things to do, and had that evil dog. It’s been a while since we’ve seen any recent iteration of the classic game, but now Glu Mobile has resurrected the game as Paperboy: Special Delivery and added a couple of new coats of paint.

iPad App Video Review: Magic Fiddle

Smule was one of the first companies to pioneer the iPhone as a musical device. If not the first, it definitely was the most popular. Ocarina sold plenty of copies and had people blowing tunes from their magical device. Since then, the developers have released a few different apps to an eager audience. Some were interesting and others just annoying. Magic Fiddle is the latest from the group attempting to bring the fun of playing a stringed instrument to your iPad.

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Erik Fikkert

With a heart for technology and its synergy with daily life, Erik has been involved in many different areas of media. He has composed music for film, designed branding for local companies and currently enjoys spending his days playing with iPhone apps and keeping up with the latest tech news.

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