If you own an iPhone, chances are that you spend a lot of time reading emails on it. And there are some pretty great email apps available for the device, like Sparrow. But most of the good ones do cost a pretty penny. So I was curious to check out Molto, a free mail client that promised a “social network-like” experience for emails on my iPhone. Is that just marketing or is there some truth to it?
From the time they were invented, video games have relied on a player’s reflexes as the basic point of contention. Think about it: Tetris was about how quickly you reacted to the incoming tile. Pong made you move rapidly to block the ball. Shooters tested who was the fastest gun in town. Your reflexes are paramount to how good you get at video games.
Octagon takes this up a notch, seeking to make a game that rapidly demands input, failing which it’s game over. But can your reflexes alone get you through this?