[quiz] Who’s Your Inner Pokemon?

Have you wondered who your inner Pokemon is?  Whether you need a short break from playing Pokemon Go or you're just waiting for a rare character to appear, take this short quiz to discover what your inner Pokemon is....

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ESRB Ratings Search App

Are you having trouble keeping tabs on the app content your kids are downloading? The ESRB has an app to help you. ESRB, the non-profit organization that rates video games, now offers a rating system for apps and digital...

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The Simpsons: Tapped Out Now On Amazon App Store

EA All Play just announced that as of today, The Simpsons: Tapped Out is available through the Amazon App Store. The game has been available for iOS and Android devices for a while now so I'm guessing if it's...

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Mystery of the Crystal Portal, Free for All

Good news for all mobile device owners (including Nook), the wildly popular app game, The Mystery of the Crystal Portal, is available for free until April 1. Crystal Portal, from G5 Entertainment, is story-driven, casual game that leads players through beautiful scenes...

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Five Apple Apps for Special Needs Kids

If your kids are like mine, they take every opportunity they can to use your iPhone or iPad. Recently I was lucky enough to be given a new iPad, so we have converted our first generation one into Brady's...

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Scholastic’s I SPY Arcade Apps for iPhone & Android

Scholastic Media, the children's publishing, education and media company, is in the process of launching 'I SPY Arcade', a series of four new gaming apps inspired by the brain-teasing I SPY series of books and games. The games are challenging...

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Apps: Tonka Chuck & Friends

Remember back in April when I reported on a new deal between Hasbro and Ruckus Media to develop Hasbro brand apps? Well, the first of those apps is out today! “Chuck and Friends: Friends for the Long Haul,” is an interactive...

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Hasbro & Ruckus to Develop Storybook Apps

Hasbro and Ruckus Mobile Media just announced that they will develop interactive storybook apps based on Hasbro properties. The first three will be Transformers Prime, My Little Pony and Tonka Chuck and Friends. Each Hasbro children’s storybook app will feature...

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