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If you have logged into Facebook recently, you may have noticed a large number of cartoon strips cluttering up your newsfeed. Yeah, those colorful 2D images are called Bitstrips and they have recently gone viral, dominating social networking websites the world over.

With Bitstrips, you can transform yourself into a cartoon character and star in your very own comic strip alongside your friends and family. Admit it, you’re curious. Hit the jump to find out more!

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Did you ever play the original Scribblenauts game for the DS? If so, you’ll love this. If you didn’t, you’ll like it even better.

Scribblenauts: Remix is a game that allows you to conjure any object in order to complete an equally imaginative set of objectives present across a large array of well-designed levels. It operates on the premise that the sky is the limit when it comes to how you want to complete a level. Read on to see if the iOS version retains the magic found in the DS versions.
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It’s Game Week here at iPad.AppStorm, and all this week we’re going to have tons of reviews, giveaways and other good stuff, all centered around the gaming world!

Every so often I get the urge to play an older game on my iPad. These games are usually at least a year old, likely discontinued by their developers or forgotten about entirely. Why do I do this? Because not only are the games cheap, but they can be quite fun.

After getting hooked on The Simpsons: Tapped Out, I decided to look for another cartoon themed game, and that’s when I found Family Guy Time Warped HD. Last updated in January of 2011, this game is pre-Retina display, and doesn’t take advantage of any of the strengths found in the new iPad. But is it still fun to play? Let’s find out after the jump. (more…)

Battleheart is a lightweight cartoon-style swords and sorcery game designed for casual gamers. Its colorful graphics and amusing animations are very appealing. It’s from Mika Mobile, who also make Zombieville USA.

The game itself is very easy to learn and play at the earlier levels, while the later levels remain quite challenging, requiring a fair bit of strategy and coordination. I have, I confess, been spending way too long playing it since I bought it – a fact emphasized by the useful summary of time expended which you see when first opening the game!

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