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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!

If you’re looking for a racing game that stands out from the crowd and is highly addicting, Slingshot Racing could be the perfect fit. With a style that harkens back to the days when arcade games were popular, but also reminiscent of the Angry Birds series, Slingshot Racing will leave you wanting more.

So, does this game have the potential to be as popular as Cut the Rope or Temple Run? Read on to decide if you’ll be sleeping at the wheel or racing to the finish line! (more…)

If you’ve read my game reviews before, you know that I put a lot of value in games that use fluid and intuitive touch controls rather than on-screen virtual controls. Today’s game is one of those games. Contre Jour from Chillingo (publisher of Cut The Rope and Angry Birds) is a physics based game that requires timing and precision.

While it’s about to be the first thing I address, I won’t be able to stress enough the artistic and creative brilliance that went into designing this game. Perhaps more than the gameplay, experiencing the visual and sonic splendor is, I would argue, the major selling point of Contre Jour.

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Well, if that title didn’t put you to sleep and you’ve made it thus far then you’re in for a treat, because although your mind may cringe at the very word ‘physics’, you’re sure to find a great deal of fun with this game. Gears is a 3D physics-based roller ball game released by Crescent Moon that’s divided into 3 different worlds totalling 27 wonderful levels.

Playing this game may make you significantly more unsociable as you become engrossed in your endeavour to complete it – be sure to warn friends and family in advance!

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