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    Jelly Defense

    Tower-defense games (where you deploy battle resources to defend yourself from wave after wave of attack) usually involve modern-day soldiers, knights...

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    W.E.L.D.E.R.

    So, you say you enjoyed those word-search puzzles flung at you in third grade—the ones where you’d try to find the words hidden in a large grid...

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    Flying solo: Ryan Adams on new album, inspiration and life in LA

    For just over three years, Ryan Adams took a break from music, disbanding his group The Cardinals. Now he’s back with a new solo album, Ashes &...

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    Crackle

    There’s no shortage of video entertainment available on the iPhone and iPad: the iTunes Store as well as dedicated apps from companies like  Netflix...

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    Crazy John

    In an App Store overrun by zombie-themed games, Crazy John looks to make its stand with old-school graphics and heavy gunplay. Both give the game...

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    Richard Scarry’s Busytown

    Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day was one of the seminal books of my childhood. There was something about flipping through page after page...

  7. App Guide
    The Monster at the End of This Book

    There’s no polite way to put this – few apps have made as frightful a debut on the iOS App Store as The Monster at the End of This Book did late...

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    Jeff Bridges by Jeff Bridges

    When you’re The Dude you can get away with a lot of things, but even for Jeff Bridges releasing a full-length country album seems like a bit of...

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    Making Mirrors

    Making Mirrors – Melbourne musician Gotye’s third studio album – has received a rapturous response from listeners since its release in August...

  10. News 49
    ABC’s plea to Apple to revoke ‘racist’ label

    The ABC has appealed to Apple to re-think its censorship of the Spicks and Specks app after iTunes labelled it as racist. Despite the fact that the...

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    Watch the Throne

    After countless rumours, a few sneaky internet leaks and a good half dozen release date delays, the collaborative effort between two of the world’s...

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    Bifrost Studios talks zombies, iOS and industry

    Bifrost Studios, an emerging Australian gaming development company, has just released Zombie Juice ($0.99) – an interactive iOS game that has hit...

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    Editing (or not) iTunes genres

    There are times when a perfectly wonderful question comes your way and, though you try to put as pleasant a spin on the answer as possible, that...

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