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Interview with Torsten Reil, CEO of NaturalMotion and Creator of Icebreaker Hockey

Interview with Torsten Reil, CEO of NaturalMotion and Creator of Icebreaker Hockey

Today, we were given the opportunity to interview Torsten Reil, CEO of NaturalMotion, well known for their Backbreaker football franchise for iOS. Mr. Reil talked about NaturalMotion’s latest release, Icebreaker Hockey and his thoughts about the portable gaming industry.
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NaturalMotion Brings Realistic Hockey Gameplay to iOS with Icebreaker Hockey

NaturalMotion Brings Realistic Hockey Gameplay to iOS with Icebreaker Hockey

With the kickoff of the Stanley Cup Finals last night, are you ready for more? NaturalMotion has just released Icebreaker Hockey for iPhone and iPod Touch. The game delivers high quality graphics and animation, and the characters and the arena possess a sense of realism that is rarely seen on the iPhone platform. The skaters move with a natural fluidity of motion, and 3D effects accurately re-create the sights and sounds of hockey. The gameplay is addictive and easy to pick up as players deke, spin, and skate past waves of defensemen on their way to shoot and score, all while racking up points for extra moves.
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Jenga HD Review for iPad

Jenga HD Review for iPad

Have you ever played Jenga? With Jenga HD by NaturalMotion, you can play anytime, anywhere without lugging about a bulky set of wooden blocks. All you’ll need to carry is your trusty iPad. Even if you’ve never competed against your friends to build the tallest tower, you can start now with these virtual blocks. Visit iPadmodo for our full review.
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App Updates: Pocket God, 33rd Division, Backbreaker Football, WordPress 2, Twitterific

App Updates: Pocket God, 33rd Division, Backbreaker Football, WordPress 2, Twitterific

There are a handful of updates available for some of our favorite iPhone app titles this morning. Those apps include Pocket God, 33rd Division, Backbreaker Football, WordPress 2, and Twitteriffic. Here’s the breakdown:
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