Despite Female Moans, SexLife Trailer Fails To Arouse [Video]

SexLife iPhone app by Xanadu Interactive … it’s not so much about the app but the hysterical trailer these folks have created. Guess the clip is trying to be all sexy … but we failed to get all hot and bothered, even with the subtle female moans … more like LMAO.


SexLife Trailer Video from Sex Life on Vimeo.

Wii iPhone 4 iOS Home & Lock Screen Wallpaper Set [Download]

As much as we love playing games on our iPhone … we are far from Apple fanboys and realize there are other gaming systems that kick ass. Besides iOS, our most frequented platform is the Nintendo Wii (we play a bit of Xbox … Black Ops only). Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong Country Returns, Mario Kart … it’s all good, but Bowling … we’re freaking stuck on 213 as a high score – ARGH!


Anywho … it seems deviantART member, Letyi, is also a Wii aficionado. He created an epic iPhone iOS 4 wallpaper set which turns your iPhone into an … iWii (see what we did there). Both the matching lock and home screens are 640×960 in size and will look super sweet on your newly transformed iPhone. Good stuff Letyi – BRAVO!

[Download directly to iPhone camera roll by touching the image, press and hold the image on its new page and select save]

Lock Screen


Home Screen


Slap A Sexy Belly, Make Music, Huh? – Belly Jam iPhone App [Video]

Why God, Why?

The Belly Jam iPhone app … play drums by slapping a sexy obese belly.


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Sad, it also causes loss of brain cells … just check out the painful Belly Jam video below. Seriously, this is an app?

Adventure, To The Max! [iPhone Game Review]

(written by guest author Tim Giron. follow Tim on Twitter @timgiron)

From the creators of Harbor Master, Max Adventure [iTunes $0.99] by Imangi Studios for iPhone and iPad features a colander wearing, zap gun shooting, little tyke who likes to kick alien butt and take alien names (most of which are unpronounceable, I am sure). The premise is that this alien horde has taken all of the adults (for what nefarious purpose, we are not told – my bet is on some type of probing), so it’s left to the kids to save the planet. Little Max and his friends will have to make the most of whatever they can find to outlast and outshoot the invaders in both survival and story modes.



It’s only been out for about 3 weeks now, but this game has gotten a lot of praise in the form of a 5 star rating on iTunes with 108 reviews. And with good reason: the gameplay is ultra-smooth using a dual "stick" type control (left for moving Max, right for aiming and firing), the graphics are top notch and the music and sound effects fit right in (orchestral music beds, for the win).


For the story mode, you start out fairly easy to give you a chance to get a feel for the controls. It took me a little bit to make the most of the independent sticks and I spent most of my time running backwards, blasting away at the various alien species. Each level adds more aliens, a tougher goal and of course more power ups to help you reach that goal. At first, it appears you are alone, but you soon run into your friend Lizzie, who usually offers helpful advice, sometimes cajoling you into action while always standing aside to let you do the heavy lifting! By the third level, you are racing to locate six more kids before you fall, no simple task.


For the survivor mode, it’s just you against wave after wave of the alien horde. If you run behind a building, it turns semi-transparent, allowing you to see all of the action. Get at least 50 kills in a round and you’ll earn one of the myriad Game Center achievements that the game offers. Online leaderboards are provided as well, reason enough to engage your Game Center account.


The game is currently 99 cents, but this is rumored to be an introductory price. The latest update allows you to play the game on a TV hooked up with the VGA cable. I just kicked myself for not having one of those cables so I could make this into a truly Max Adventure.

epic – The Toolbox iPhone iOS 4 Home & Lock Screen Wallpaper Set [Download]

By no means are we Tool Time Guy, Garage Dwellers or Bob The Builder. We don’t have a Snap-on Tools sexy girl calendar, own a plethora of power tools or have grease under our fingernails … however we can change a light bulb, fix a flat tire and hit a curveball.

So yeah, we might not be a part of the Home Depot frequent buyer program … but we do absolutely love these toolbox iPhone iOS 4 wallpapers for both the lock and home screen.


deviantART member, cypher7, has created a stunning matching iPhone wallpaper pack which will satisfy all walks of life … from Gear Heads to Geeks … Nascar Fans to Neurosurgeons. iPhone 4 owners can download the 640×960 sizes below. Got iPhone 3GS? – CLICK HERE for the 320×480 version to satisfy your needs.

[Download directly to iPhone camera roll by touching the image, press and hold the image on its new page and select save]

Toolbox Lock Screen


Toolbox Home Screen


Recap Week Of January 3

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In case you missed any of our perfect iPhone chaos, quick links to this week’s articles.

January 3: Learn To Roll A Joint With The ‘Roll Your Own’ App

January 4: Sexy Piano App Attempts To Deliver Sexy Sounds Of Beautiful Women [Video]

January 6: MegaMan iPhone iOS 4 Home Screen Wallpaper Collection [Download]

January 7: Weird Stuff From Japan – iPhone 4 Sushi Case

January 8: Sexy Star Wars Pinups – EWWW!

Sexy Star Wars Pinups – EWWW!

Look, we love the Star Wars film series as much as the next nerd, but there’s something about this sexy pinup collection from Yayzus Graphics that’s just not floating our boat. Check out a few samples below … after viewing Sexy Admiral Ackbar and others, we decided we would indeed kick “her” out of bed for eating crackers. Well, maybe we’d hit Sexy Boba Fett after a few beers.


For more Sexy Star Wars Pinups including Sexy Darth Maul and Sexy Stormtrooper, click here to view the entire gallery of oddities.




[via NCSX Blog and technabob]

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