Posted by Gwen Phua | Aug 04, 2011 | Comments 0
A mighty general named Victorius has fallen in love with Caesar’s daughter, but alas, Caesar will not have a soldier as a son-in-law. To get him out of the way, Caesar sends Victorius on a quest to connect the Roman empire via a network of roads. In Roads of Rome HD by Realore, your task is to finish building these roads and also handle anything else Caesar tosses your way. Continue on to iPadmodo for our full review.
Posted by Gwen Phua | May 13, 2011 | Comments 0
Have you been acquainted with Nikki and her friends, Clarence, Wendy, and Max? G5 Entertainment has released Supermarket Mania® 2 HD for the iPad, in which Nikki heads to Tinsel Town to assist her uncle Ross in managing a chain of grocery stores. Whether or not you’ve played the popular earlier release of Supermarket Mania, you won’t be disappointed with this sequel—as long as you like time management games. Continue on to iPadmodo for the full review.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Feb 18, 2011 | Comments 0
When two wealthy Texans arrive in Sooga Village and set up a fast-food restaurant opposite the noodle restaurant Pucca’s uncles run, Pucca has to work extra hard to beat their competitors. In Pucca Noodle Rush by Bigben Interactive, your job is to control Pucca. Can you succeed in making more money than Pucca’s Texan rivals within 50 days?
Posted by Jake Wright | Jan 22, 2010 | Comments 0
Just released on the 16th of this month is a fun looking app that boasts 70 levels in story mode and 50 levels in time attack mode. Are You Alright? is a time management style game and from the reviews thus far and the screen shots it looks like a pretty fun game. Its currently 66% off for an introductory sale price of $0.99.
Posted by Jake Wright | Dec 31, 2009 | Comments 0
Developed by LightFoot Games, Emergency City is a time management app that puts you in a beautiful city and in charge of all emergency services; fire, police and medical.
Posted by Jason | Sep 03, 2009 | Comments 0
Airports are one the busiest, most stressful places in the world. However Reflexive Entertainment turns it into a wonderful place to be. It’s still a bit stressful, as it wouldn’t be much of a time management game otherwise, but at least there are no angry passengers or snooty flight attendants in sight!
Posted by Jason | Sep 01, 2009 | Comments 2
Cooking Dash is a long awaited sequel to Diner Dash and it has got better. The chef has packed up and left to star in a cooking show, and leaves Flo and her Grandma to run the diner. You get into more of a realistic experience as you fry, grill and blend your way to the top of the restaurant game.