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REVIEW: iPhone/iPad app game Regency Love from Tea for Three Studios

There’s a brand new iPad and iPhone app game out today (to coincide with Jane Austen’s birthday), that I’m pretty much convinced all Pride and Prejudice fans will adore. It’s called Regency Love by Tea for Three Studios. I downloaded it on Saturday using a promo code for a preview, and have already got my first Regency lady to the end of the game (marriage, and 100 points for all of the accomplishments).

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies iPhone game FIX

A lot of commenting has been going on about the latest zombie/Pride and Prejudice application from Freeverse. I posted in my last discussion about the new app that it kept stuffing up around Chapter ten (and that it had happened to other people as well).

Shortly after posting up the review, I received an email from Freeverse’s Senior Producer Justin D’Onofrio asking me a few questions about my phone (have I jailbreaked it- I wish!- etc) and saying that they believe the problem is “related to the amount of free memory on the device” Continue reading

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies… VIDEO GAME

We’ve seen the book and the prequel. Soon to see a movie and a graphic novel. And now a video game?  Is anyone else feeling a little bit drained?  I love a good old zombie-killing game.  Particularly when it involves blood and my iPhone (or iPod Touch if you swing that way).  But this just seems like a waste of time Continue reading

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Read Pride and Prejudice for free- iPhone

On getting my iPhone one of the first things I did was to check out the App Store.  After downloading over twenty different apps I then started searching words of things I was interested in.  “Journalism”, “WordPress”, “Social Networking” and then “Pride and Prejudice”.   What excited me was that I could now take my favourite Austen novel everywhere with me without having to lug around a whole book and without any cost to myself.  There are a few free versions, although there are also plenty of ones you can pay for, and each boasts different features, layouts and themes.  In total at the moment there are six free downloads of the novel (not including library apps that allow you to download within the application) and they are very different from each other. 

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