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Mobile Monday

JohnBPuzzle games YAY. I like puzzle games because they are puzzles. I also like them because you can play them really fast. I also like them because you do not have to play them a long time. I like puzzle games on the iPod Touch because I can play them laying down on my couch. I also like apple pie ice cream.

samegamegravitized.jpgSamegame Gravitized - From casual gaming favorite ooPixel comes a slightly tweaked version of the familiar puzzle game, samegame. Tap groups of three like-colored orbs to make them disappear. Gravity pulls them down with each match, but you can tilt the iPhone to change which way things move, adding a new dimension to the classic experience. Comes with two modes in addition to gravitized, including classic play and puzzle mode which challenges you to clear the screen one match at a time.

creepytown.gifCREEPYTOWN - Creepsford has been overrun by ghosts, and as the Reaper himself, you must gather the fallen souls to bring peace back to town. This Arkanoid/Breakout game features full touch control that draw lines to keep the ball moving where you need it most. Bust open pots to collect coins and activate the portal that leads to the next level. A beautiful visual presentation makes CREEPYTOWN a joy to look at, and the puzzle-oriented gameplay departs nicely from the brickbreaker genre. A free CREEPYTOWN Lite is also available.

roperaider.jpgRope Raider - Similar to Rope'n'Fly in concept, Rope Raider is an action game where you attach your little rope to buildings and swing through town, just like Spiderman. Nab coins to increase your score, hook onto balloons to get an extra lift, and time your taps just right to catch some serious distance. Several modes of play, tons of scenery to check out, solid roping and swinging action, tight gameplay set this one above Rope'n'Fly in almost every way.

NOTE: Games listed may not be available outside of North America. Prices are subject to change and are therefore unlisted. Please see the individual game pages for purchasing info.

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I really like the mobile reviews since i have a touch, but I just got an Android phone and would love to see the Mobile Monday's span both or indicate whether the game is available in both platforms.

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