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Thursday App Attack

This week, Avault's Matthew Booth brings you touch-based gaming delights from a cornucopia of genres. The games’ prices range from micro-transaction based, value-priced, to just plain free. When you play as many iPhone games as he does, it’s hard to be excited about new ones. While browsing the iTunes app store, he noticed that the game selection is starting to resemble the staggering amount of free Flash games that can be found online. Sometimes you can find a game to which you become addicted, but a lot of the time it’s got the same gameplay with different graphics and quality of development. Let him help you navigate past the staggering amount of sub-par iOS games.

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