Author Archives: Chandler Manly


When the original Into the Dead came out I absolutely fell in love with it because the joy of running through a horde of zombies and using your limited amount of ammo to shoot the zombies in the head was just so satisfying. PikPok brought, even more, satisfaction to the series with Into the Dead 2 [Free]. With the volume of guns, exceptional graphics, the carnage of zombies and even the astonishing story mode. One thing I found myself to be a bit stuck with is the crafting of new weapons in the game and how to get better guns. There's a ton of weapons in the game but it seems to be very troublesome to craft weapons without the use of spending some real money. I've played a good deal of time with Into the Dead 2 already and I believe that I have some tips and tricks that may be able to help you craft some new weaponry to deal with those zombies in the field...

Mojang released Minecraft: Pocket Edition [$6.99] on the App Store back in August 2011, and initially the game didn't feature many things to do besides very simple crafting and survival compared to its desktop counterpart. This led to our underwhelmed feelings in our original review of the game from November 2011. Despite that, Minecraft: Pocket Edition became the number one paid game for quite some time on the App Store, and it continues to hover near the top to this day. Mojang has released many updates to Minecraft: Pocket Edition since its original release, completely transforming it, which led us to re-review the game in October of 2015, giving it its rightful 5 stars. And even since then Minecraft: Pocket Edition has continued to receive significant updates, adding in the Minecraft Marketplace this past June and then the ginormous "Better Together" update just last month. Mojang rebranded Minecraft: Pocket Edition to simply "Minecraft" and introduced many features that may make you want to reinstall the game on your iOS or Android device. Rather than try to re-review the game yet again, we've put together a short list of some of the most significant new features that may make you want to revisit the mobile Minecraft if you had given the lesser versions a try previously...




Apple announced a new feature to iOS 10 which was Replaykit Live. Which allows you to stream iOS games straight from your iPhone/iPad if the developer integrates Replaykit in their app. While iOS 11 is coming along and there's a nice hidden feature that even Apple themselves didn't show off; that's ReplayKit 2. Replaykit 2 allows for streaming straight from your iPhone/iPad's home screen instead of having to wait for the developer of your favorite game to add Replaykit, Apple has helped you and integrated it straight into the control center; it's as easy as a tap of a button. Though, it can be very confusing for people wanting to stream their favorite games on iOS and knowing what the advantage of Replaykit in a game vs. in the control center and many other things to streaming on your iOS device and other things like choosing a game, your audio/video setup, and much more...

Miniclip's War Wings [Free] has been out on the App Store for a couple weeks now and I've had a chance to play it for a bit. There have been two really challenging things for me while I've played War Wings, those two things are Combat and Research. Those can be very confusing for the casual pilot. Other games like World of Tanks: Blitz [Free] use the whole 'Research and Combat' method that I'm a pretty big fan of. Though, that method does take a lot of learning about the vehicles and lots of time playing the game...