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Continued: Short circuits: New video, games and gadgets

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  • Last update: February 25, 2013 - 3:48 PM

The game is as standard as they come. Players drive a bumpy buggy across increasingly hilly landscapes and have to keep the car from landing wheels-over-headlights by toying with the gas and brake pedals. Along the way, you can gather fuel and coins to fill up and trick out your vehicle. If you get stuck or land wrong, you have to start again.

Navigating the landscape is harder than you might anticipate, because every divot in the ground can send your car flying. But once you get through the game, the replay value isn’t high — although it can be fun to optimize your ride if you accumulate enough coins to do it.

Washington Post


Plan for the big day

The super-comprehensive app iWedding Deluxe ($5.99 on iTunes) will organize, guide and inspire you on your path toward the big day. It features to-do lists, budgeting assistants, countdowns, guest list organization, shopping information, an RSVP tracker and more. You also can work on your seating plans and keep photos of ideas that inspire you or dresses that you might want to show a salesperson.

ST. Louis Post-Dispatch

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