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In Ovi Gaming's first review of an educational game, we've taken a look at Dictiomania, a title which tests the user's vocabulary skills in English, French, Italian and Spanish. As well as our comments there's also the usual screenshots and gameplay video.
Ovi Gaming presents its review and video of Freecell Touch, a touchscreen version of the classic single-player card game Freecell. It's a minimalist release with no extra features, but it also has a minimalist price, just one euro.
We've just reviewed and videoed Chessboard Touch, a simulation of a chess board and its playing pieces, intended entirely for two human players using the same phone. It features a chess clock and automatically ensures that every move is within the rules. At one euro this isn't going to stretch anyone's budget, and may be handy if you're travelling with a fellow chess enthusiast.
There are now a heck of a lot of games on Ovi Store to get through, so on with the reviews: Touch Card Match is an attractive-looking memory game, while Spin The Bottle Touch is a rather pointless simulator.
Fridge Magnets Touch is an online app which allows you to share a virtual fridge door with strangers from around the world, manipulating a limited number of letter tiles to form words and phrases. Ovi Gaming has taken a closer look in its review and video of this weird title, and as it's freeware you may want to try it out for yourself.
Zum Zum is a lovely mix of arcade action and Tetris-like clearing strategy. While it's been done on countless platforms before, this version of the genre game Zuma, according to Ewan Spence, doesn't make any mistakes in providing a good conversion to the S60 platform.
We've teamed up with Nokia N-Gage to give away a Nokia N96, a license for the N-Gage game Million Dollar Poker and a few Nokia goodies. All you need to do is answer a simple question and give us your name and contact details. Million Dollar Poker is the most recently released N-Gage game.
Spin the numbers around the carousel, add in a Sudoku grid and a touch of frustration, and you have a new puzzle game. Will Rotoku, new in the Nokia Ovi Store, be enough to satisfy Ewan?
Believe it or not, Million Dollar Poker is the third poker game on N-Gage, distinguishing itself this time round with true multiplayer action. Ewan seemed moderately impressed, but rightly berates Gameloft for making the trial version insanely short and for including truly lack lustre graphics throughout. Here's the Ovi Gaming review of Million Dollar Poker.