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Cro-Mag was a popular Mac game around the time the iMac G3 debuted. Now it's made its way to the iPhone. Can the iPhone version match the graphics, speed and fun of the original? Ryan Ritchey from TheDigitalLifestyle.tv gives his review.
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Two of the most popular paid downloads from the iPhone App store, are racing games. “Cro Mag Rally” is an ultra high tech, “Mario Kart” style game where you play as either a caveman or cavegirl racing around11 different tracks in your choice of “primitive” vehicles, such as the “Bone Buggy” and “Trojan Horse.” It's a wild and fun race through history. One reviewer wrote “By far the best deal in the APP store and best two bucks I ever spent! In my free time instead of reading a book I play the game.” The major complaints on this game have been control issues. From my experience it does take a few plays to get the hang of the steering and I found myself going the wrong way on the course multiple times.. But at a cheap download price of $1.99 for a 3D game, it's worth the small bit of frustration for the large dose of fun the game delivers. But if you're looking for a more serious racing game, “Asphalt 4: Elite Racing” delivers. With superb graphics and a cool, accelerometer based control system that lets you use your iPhone like a steering wheel, the game is an addictive speed rush. And with the ability to play against your friends over a wifi connection, “Asphalt 4” is definitely worth the $9.99 price tag. The best deal by far is “Cro Mag Rally,” and with the other 8 dollars you saved you can purchase both ibeer and ipopcorn and have 2 bucks left over. I'm Marc Gittleman from Hard Drive 911 for TekieTV.Com. Keep watching for answers and updates on all your science and technology needs.
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Sony invited renowned football freestyler Dan Magness to the unveiling of the star of their latest advertising campaign, the BRAVIA-drome. As well as setting three Guinness World Records ™, Dan warmed up with an awesome display of flicks and tricks, which you can see for the first time right here.
Dan smashed all three records he attempted at the event. He performed 188 Football Rolls Across The Forehead, a record which had previously stood at 56, and spent three minutes and ten seconds Controlling A Football On The Back (breaking his own previous best of two and a half minutes). He also set a brand new record for Most Consecutive Football Touches With The Shoulders, bouncing the ball 251 times without breaking a sweat. You can watch the video of Dan smashing these records elsewhere on our channel.
I felt like I could just keep going and going, said Magness, the crowd were great and I wanted to put on a show for them that theyd remember for a long time. The BRAVIA-drome was a hard act to follow, but I really went all out and I am just glad Sony gave me the chance to be part of the whole event.
The BRAVIA-drome was designed to demonstrate the technology behind Sonys Motionflow 200Hz functionality, which eliminates all jerkiness and smoothes the images on screen as they happen. The football theme was chosen as watching a match is one of the best ways to fully appreciate Motionflow, allowing viewers to watch the flight of the ball as it crashes into the back of the net.
Check out our other videos to see Dan replicating Kaka's moves from the drome, plus a whole host of other Kaka and Sony related content.
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