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EA Games Giving Away a Custom BlackBerry PlayBook (US and Canada)

Posted: 10 May 2011 02:51 AM PDT

Need for speed sweepstakes

I logged into Facebook today to check out some pics from BlackBerry World and noticed that EA Games is giving away a BlackBerry PlayBook! They are celebrating the launch of Need for Speed on the PlayBook with a self named sweepstakes. The coolest part is that the PlayBook up for grabs is a custom design which looks sweet!

The contest is open to residents of the US and Canada (except for Quebec again) though it does have some odd restrictions you can find here. For example, not only do you need to be 18+ but you also have to have had internet access as of May 2nd, 2011 which is kind of obvious since you can only sign up for the sweepstakes online…

To enter you need to "Like" EA Games on Facebook and fill out the entry form at this link. They are also giving away t-shirts as daily prizes which is sweet. The contest runs until May 22nd.

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, May 10, 2011, 5:51 am. | EA Games Giving Away a Custom BlackBerry PlayBook (US and Canada) | Leave a comment |

BlackBerry Tablet OS Native Developer Kit (NDK) Webinar

Posted: 09 May 2011 03:24 PM PDT

Native SDK

RIM talked a bit about the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook OS Native Developer Kit at BlackBerry World but they have a follow up webinar this week. On Thursday May 12th RIM will be giving everybody who missed out on BlackBerry World a chance to hear about the upcoming development environment and talk to the product manager about it. If native development is something you are considering or you have assets or apps you would like to port then make sure not to miss it!

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2011
Time: 2:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM PST
Duration: 1 hour

Summary: Join this webcast for two reasons! All registrants will receive news and updates on the BlackBerry Tablet OS NDK. And, we want to provide an opportunity for those that cannot attend BlackBerry World (May 3-5, 2011) to interact directly with our product manager who will cover the following topics:

  • features and benefits
  • application development
  • performance and testing
  • live Q&A with experts from Research In Motion Limited

Presenters: Patrick Mollins, Product Manager, Research In Motion Limited

Register for the Webinar at this link

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 6:24 pm. | BlackBerry Tablet OS Native Developer Kit (NDK) Webinar | Leave a comment |

BlackBerry DevCon 2011 Registration Now Open – October 18th-20th

Posted: 09 May 2011 01:14 PM PDT

DevCon 2011

At the end of BlackBerry World last week RIM announced the dates for BlackBerry DevCon (Developer Conference) 2011 in San Francisco. The dates this year are October 18th through the 20th which is a real pain for me since just like last year it falls right in the middle of the Jewish Sukkot holiday. I will still be making it for the first few days and hope to see many of you there!

Registration is now open for DevCon and they have an early bird rate in effect for $699 along with a 4 nights for 3 paid nights special going on. Sadly this year won't be as international since RIM announced DevCon Europe along with their previous DevCon Asia which was very successful.

You can register for DevCon 2011 Americas at this link. Let us know if you are going in the comments!

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 4:14 pm. | BlackBerry DevCon 2011 Registration Now Open – October 18th-20th | One comment |

Sena Cases Hits PlayBook Market Running

Posted: 09 May 2011 11:31 AM PDT

It has been a little bit of a slow road for PlayBook accessories, especially in the world of cases. I got word from the folks over at Sena Cases that they have just announced 3 new PlayBook cases that are shipping in just a couple weeks.

Sena has always produced incredibly durable and good looking cases that fit any lifestyle and I am excited to get my hands on one. My Bold and iPad both live in a Sena Case and soon my Playbook will too. I will try and have a review up soon but for now we have some pictures and Sena is offering a discount to anyone who pre-orders a Playbook Case.

Sena has also announced that they have become the latest member of the Built for BlackBerry line of accessories.



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HR_Sena_BlackBerry_PlayBook_Jornal_w_BlackOrange HR_Sena_Kutu_BB_PlayBook (1)

These cases look awesome and the color combinations that they offer allow for taste and or originality. The three cases that are available now are the Folio, the Jornal (yea like French) and the Kutu. For more pictures and information check them out at

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Posted by Nate for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 2:31 pm. | Sena Cases Hits PlayBook Market Running | 4 comments |

April Rewards Contest BlackBerry Playbook Prize Winner is…

Posted: 09 May 2011 10:24 AM PDT


With the BlackBerry PlayBook launched we have the pleasure to announce the winner of the April BerryReview Rewards Contest. EVERY month since the beginning of this year we have been offering readers the chance to win a BlackBerry PlayBook (base model) when it is publicly available or a $500 Amazon/PayPal gift certificate and entering the contest could not be any easier. April was a historic month for BerryReview blowing past all our previous traffic records. Contributions in the comments, twitter, tips, and forums were record high and I really wish we could give everyone a PlayBook.

We combed through the comments, Twitter retweets, forum posts, and tips for April using a specially crafted SQL query. Due to BlackBerry World I could not consult the final judge "Mars the God of Catnip" until today. So without further ado the winner of a BlackBerry PlayBook courtesy of the BerryReview BlackBerry Unlocking Store is…

Brian C aka BB Addict

We hope you all had as much fun as we did with this contest and wish you the best of luck in our upcoming contests! We are going to switch things up for the next large contest since we are getting close to our 4th birthday!!! Stay tuned to your favorite BlackBerry news site for details! Congrats Brian! You will be hearing from us shortly with further instructions.

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 1:24 pm. | April Rewards Contest BlackBerry Playbook Prize Winner is… | 6 comments |

Feed Wheel Advance PlayBook RSS Reader With Google Reader Sync

Posted: 09 May 2011 09:31 AM PDT

Most of the RSS readers for the BlackBerry PlayBook lack on options and the option to sync with google reader. Feed Wheel is one of the most advance RSS reader I’ve come across for the PlayBook. The application lets you sync with Google reader and it also syncs read messages.

What I really like is the multiple reading style rendering options that allows you to view the article in web, rss, and split mode. The web mode also allows you to play embedded media. You can also mark messages as read for all the feeds or within a single feed.

To download from app world click in this link: Download

App description:

Feed Wheel is an RSS reader with a twist, literally. Feed Wheel lets you scan through your articles using a good old fashioned scroll wheel. If that’s not your thing, you can still scroll through news the way the kids do. You can also customize your hand position so that the scroll wheel and the control buttons are easier to reach. And to make sure everything is synchronized back at your desk, Feed Wheel can optionally synchronize with Google Reader.

I did find some problems with it where it does not sync all my Google feeds but overall is a really good looking RSS reader.

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Posted by Luis Merlos for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 12:31 pm. | Feed Wheel Advance PlayBook RSS Reader With Google Reader Sync | 5 comments |

Xobni Gets Major Update to v2.0.28

Posted: 09 May 2011 08:21 AM PDT


With all the craziness of BlackBerry World we didn't have a chance to write about their nice update that came out last week. We actually stopped by Xobni's booth and they had no idea what I was talking about when I mentioned the update so maybe even they missed it. :) According to Xobni's blog this new update "includes significant user experience and feature updates and as well as some new feature additions from you, our loyal customers." Sounds good right?

You can pick up the updated version of Xobni for $1.99 in the store at this link or here in App World. The breakdown of updates is below:

New Features/Functionality

  • Free users can now also enjoy the Universal Search functionality (w/ daily limits)
  • Edits in native BB address book now are updated in Xobni
  • A users account is temporarily locked after 5 failed login attempts (when user is logged out)
  • Added a "show password" checkbox on login screen to assist with small keyboard typing
  • Added low memory state manager, to detect when device is low on memory
  • Ability to restart a stopped contact scan due to server issues

UI Updates

  • Edit contact details improvements and refinements
  • Edit recipient screen improvements for composing emails and ability to set cc:, bcc:
  • Xobni Pro icon shown for Pro users in all screens
  • Improvements on forgot password dialog
  • "Xobni Cloud" now used through app for updating Xobni Cloud
  • Added a loading spinner to the LinkedIn login page for OS 5.0 and higher

Search & Ranking Improvements

  • Search refinements for improved search recall and ranking
  • Improvement to ranking to avoid new contacts from showing up too high in ranking
  • Improvement on phone number parsing for 6.0 devices
  • Merging improvements on initial load
  • Ability to search for suffix titles (e,g: Dr., Mr., etc.)

Bug Fixes & Improvements

  • International character (UTF-8) fix when posting updates, for foreign characters support
  • Improvements and potential fix for email loss on app deletion/install
  • Fix to be able to add Xobni contacts to bcc line
  • Logout and login no longer prompts users to choose email accounts
  • Login screen retry and error handling improvements
  • Speed improvement for LinkedIn and Facebook profile rendering
  • Fix for pictures taken on touchscreen device to be incorrectly rotated
  • Only emails composed from Xobni, have Xobni signature appended (when on)
  • Fix for properly showing the date of a meeting in Xobni for recurring meetings
  • Loading spinner on facebook tab now detects if no profile match was found
  • Fix for handling snooze correctly during initial contact loading & later resume loading
  • Expanding the network section now selects the 1st member in the network
  • Various improvements and fixes

To upgrade to the latest version, simply go to from your BlackBerry or the store from which you've downloaded/purchased our app.

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 11:21 am. | Xobni Gets Major Update to v2.0.28 | Leave a comment |

Review: Size Matters 7” PlayBook Is Just Right

Posted: 09 May 2011 07:00 AM PDT

PlayBookSomebody said 7″s isn't enough I say what matters is what you do with it right? Well I think RIM did an awesome job with the PlayBook and the form factor just feels right. Since I got the PlayBook I been carrying around and everyone that sees it wants to play with it. The BlackBerry PlayBook is a power house, handles multitasking with ease, and transition from one application is easy. Learning the swipe gestures takes little time, and navigating through apps is fun. I am not going to bore you covering each feature with a microscopic point of view but the basics, what it does best and where it can improve, and will.

Price: $499 for the 16GB, $599 for the 32GB, and $699 for the 64GB


I got the 16GB for review in which you will find the PlayBook inside a black carrying sleeve. The packaging design looks cool easy to unbox and the whole packaging is neatly put together. Give usually includes some sort of carrying accessory with their devices, and am glad they did too with the PlayBook. The packaging includes a micro USB .

Screen, Cameras and HDMI :


The screen and size is not too big not too small, you can watch videos while your in bed, relaxing or on the go. Watching movies or videos on 1080P is a nice experience, the screen is bright because of the resolution at 1024 * 600. Reading files on the screen and everything works really well without straining your eyes as you do on smaller screen. It has room to fit enough content or a full page from a book where you can read it just fine. There are some places where they can improve such as allowing the user to set text size.

The cameras are far better then most devices the competition has, some of the new android tablets do have better ones but the cameras are great, only down side there is no flash on it. The cameras take nice pictures, and you can also record good looking 1080p videos. Managing the cameras is really easy with the click of a button the user can switch from the front to the back camera. Some of the options are also available on video chat where you can simply switch to show what the PlayBook is looking at the front camera angle and on the back also.

HDMI – Note that the PlayBook uses a micro to HDMI cable to connect to a Tv or any other DHMI input. The PlayBook does not require proprietary cables like other companies, that make you spend extra. You can buy micro to HDMI cables on amazon for a really low price. This allows a user to easily do presentations or stream movies to a TV.


The specifications based on what is out there namely the top 2 in comparison the PlayBook has some really good specs and in some cases it beats the competitors, gives the best options for the size, and compatibility.

PlayBook Specs compared to the competition

PlatformBB Tablet OS Powered By QNXAndroid 3.0iOS 4.3
Resolution1024 * 6001280 * 8001024 * 768
Screen Size7 Inc LCD 9.7 LED
Memory RAM1 GB1 GB512 MB
Storage in GB16/32/643216/32/64
Processor1 Ghz dual core / TI OMAP 44301 Dual Core Nvidia Tegra 21GHz dual core Apple A5
Cameras 5MP rear 1080P/ 3MP front 5MP rear 720 & 30P/ 2 MP frontLower resolution 120/30P Rear/ VGA front
Connectivity3G/ 4G / Wi-Fi/ Bridge with BlackBerry 3G browsing3G with free pgrade to 4G LTEQuadband HSPA or
Bluetooth2.1 + EDR2.1 + EDR2.1 + EDR
Battery5,300 mAH6,500mAH25Wh
Thickness10MM12.7 MM8.8MM
Weight425G725G601 Wi-Fi 601 Verizon, 613 AT&T
Apps Java, Android, Native, Adobe AirAndroid iOS
Flash/HTML 5Yes/Yes Built inYes/Yes No/Yes

The critics:

One thing that the PlayBook has been criticized for is the lack of apps at launch. But I find it kind of ridiculous to expect a bunch of apps for a Platform that is brand new. I say to those critics do you just expect them to materialize and poof you have hundreds of apps? Like other platforms they did not start out with a huge category of applications. They slowly built on as people started to adopt them. I am realistic and I don't' expect the PlayBook adoption from developers as fast as other Platforms but it has a huge potential.. It is already gaining traction after it has been out for a few weeks. Even the Xoom which launched with the latest android OS does not have as many apps available that are specifically made for it. With that said the PlayBook has a decent amount of apps already on app world. It's inevitable that the PlayBook and other tablets will always have comparison to the iPad because after all it was the first successful tablet to hit the Market.

Developing & Apps:

Developers have a huge array of options for the BlackBerry PlayBook including the new updated Blackberry WebWorks, Adobe Air, Flash integration, Java, option to easily port android apps, and the Native SDK launching around mid summer. A developer was able to develop and port an app using QNX OS and a few other work around to create a native app. If you are a developer RIM seems to be headed in the right direction, giving almost all the developers out there an option to use their skills to develop awesome applications.

At launch the amount of application was limited but just within the first few weeks we have seen the amount of applications increase both in number and quality. RIM released Video chat, BBM, and an awesome Facebook app during BlackBerry World. The video chat offers a clear and fast way to connect with others and so far it seems even better than what Facetime offers. The applications at some point do feel limited but this is just the beginning. Yes RIM is pushing out stuff that need some options but the fact that they just work is good and it can just get better because they are opening API's to 3rd party developers. The power of QNX has only began to show it's potential and I believe once developers start to work it will just get better for everyone involved. If you are a developer check out the Q&A session video from BlackBerry World 2011 below.

App World:


The amount apps on Blackberry App world at launch had the critics just bashing it, how do they expect there to be thousand of applications at launch? Yes RIM could have done a better job in some areas like including refresh, app count, and providing more native apps at launch. I do commend them for creating such a nice UI, and how fast the OS feels with such a limited time they had to work with it. As far as app the most important ones such as native calendar, e-mail, address book were not there. They did show them at BlackBerry World you can see the video here. Now fast forward app world to present day and app world seems to steadily increase with new apps, maybe not the best quality but some are really well done. Some of my favorites, ReelPortal, GeeReader, Facebook, Poynt, Scrapbook, The big package, FourPlay, Wair, FaceWarp, and Feed Wheel. The quality apps are coming and they will get even better now that developers are able to test them on a real BlackBerry PlayBook instead of the simulator. So as far as apps go I wouldn't worry they will steadily keep coming including native e-mail, and 3rd party apps.


The browser is fast maybe not as fast as other browsers but it is powerful. The initial launched browser has some glitches but RIM is constantly working on improving it. The latest released fixed quite a few bugs and improved the experience. NO other tablet has native flash, android devices do have flash but the experience is not as good and they have to download an app whereas the PlayBook is already integrated. If you do not have an app for certain websites the browser is probably the best app you could use, you have all the options a website gives you. Watching videos and streaming media works just as well as it would on a computer unless the content provider blocks it. There are still some limitations but overall one of the best experience. The browser allows downloading files, playing flash online games, editing blog posts. It brings the full web experience with both flash and HTML 5. Check out my video below while using the browser to stream media for various websites, I have tested YouTube,, history channel, CBS, NBC, MTV, Ustream and quite a few other sites they all work.

Media Streaming On the PlayBook


Native Docs & Adobe Reader:

RIM did us a great favor by including this applications on the device for free. You do not have the complete capabilities as you do on the PC/MAC applications but the ones of the PlayBook are by far the best ones available and they are FREE. Reading adobe files and switching pages on the PlayBook is a nice experience. Editing documents and spreadsheet files is not painful. Once you learn to navigate and what your limitations are doing some light work on them or reading reviewing, typing notes is really fast. Word documents comes with spell check. I was able to write a post on word on the plane on my way home, save and e-mail it to myself.

3D Gaming:

Usually I do not do much gaming but the games that the PlayBook has preloaded are awesome. While at BlackBerry World we had a chance to play Quake III on the PlayBook, the game was ported to the device in less than a week. The multi-touch experience on it is really good. The 3D graphics look good and that is just to show how powerful the QNX OS is on the PlayBook. Game developer will be able to easily port existing games or create new rich graphic games once the native SDK is released.

The Best Features: BlackBerry Bridge, Wireless Updates, and QNX – PlayBook is not stuck to the carriers will.

This is by far one of the best features in my opinion, and am sure most of you guys will agree. Some features like BBM where missing at launch but that has been fixed as I write this review. The recent update to the PlayBook OS, Bridge and BBM fixed most of the problems. Now BBM works pretty fast, and most of the issues with connecting/Pairing the devices have been taken care off. I should add that I have a 9800 unlocked using it on T-Mobile with BES and had not issues using BlackBerry Bridge but other people did have issues.

Why I think this is the best feature? It is because if you have a BlackBerry the bridge app allows you to view e-mails, calendar, Memopad, Tasks, Contacts on the PlayBook, as well as edit, delete, and send files. What I am REALLY happy about is what RIM did to get around the carriers and you don't even need a pc to update the OS.

First is the Bridge App allows you to use the existing BlackBerry data plan to browse the net on your BlackBerry PlayBook when it is connected via bridge. The carriers can't really block it as far as we know now. Does not mean they won't monitor data usage increases AT&T already said they would. But until then if you have no Wi-Fi connection you can use the Bridge browser to do simple stuff not for media watching but for browsing reading news etc. The best part of this is that BlackBerry bridge will be open to 3rd party developers.

Steve Jobs calls the iPad the post PC computer but yet the first thing you need to do is connect it to iTunes. The PlayBook has wireless activation, updates even some carriers are able to push OS updates wirelessly. While we are on the carriers topic, the PlayBook is not stuck on the long wait we have with devices to receive an official update, RIM takes care of that on the PlayBook. This matter because I am hoping that once RIM has QNX powered smartphones this will carry over or at least that is what I am hoping for. The carriers currently take ages to push official updates to devices, and it seems RIM is getting tired of this. I hope that is not the case either for PlayBooks with 3G/4G where carriers have to give it their stamp of approval that would really make matters worse and it would be taking a step back on RIM"s side.



I cannot get tired of hearing this name, and it is because QNX is not an OS that has little limitations, and the versatility allows to implement future improvements to the PlayBook. The operating system has been around for ages and it is an OS that evolves as needed. It has powered so many critical devices around the world and because it is an RTOS software with multi kernels it allows for a wide variety of implementations.This means that they can easily implement new features and stay competitive without the limitations that RIM has faced on the current BlackBerry OS.

Multitasking, UI, Gestures

Multitasking on the PlayBook is a really easy and the PlayBook is the first one to introduce swiping on a bezel to control functions. It only takes a few tries before you get used to using swipe gestures to control the PlayBook. Opening and closing apps is really easy and intuitive. The UI design people just seem to fall in love with it, anywhere I take it people are drawn to it. This is a first for BlackBerry devices, because the BlackBerry OS is not the most appealing but this new tablet OS sure is. No other device out there in the competition can say they have multitasking superior to the Blackberry PlayBook it just simply works. The UI experience is great, as soon as you get a few minutes with it for the first time quickly seems to get the hang of it, or at least that is what I have seen from people new to it; Al though it may not be the case for everyone.


RIM has made available several OEM accessories at launch and quite a few manufacturers have them ready including OtterBox, and the AGF Ballistic Case. If you want OEM accessories for the PlayBook they can be bought over at RIM has bundles that save you some money for two items instead of buying them separately. The prices for the accessories are quite steep and vary depending on the brand. You can also buy them over at amazon usually at a lower price for example this GTMax case I got for under $10.00 and feels great carrying around. Mobile devices are prone to accidents so you don't want to find out the hard way what happens when you drop the device so I encourage buying a protective case. Check out this drop test videos.

CONS & Needed Improvements

Most of the stuff I talked about are pretty much covering most the PROS of the BlackBerry PlayBook. So here is the list of things that may seem as cons and things that RIM needs to improve.

  • Needs more sound notifications
  • Universal search
  • Bluetooth device integration
  • Create new PPT files only supports viewing at the moment
  • Create folders to arrange apps right now it only allows you to drag and drop apps into the preset categories
  • Allow you to delete preloaded apps without pushing as if is a short OS update.
  • Integrate SMS into Bridge
  • Native E-mail, Calendar, and Contacts (We saw a preview of this already so they are coming)
  • Native BBM application for the PlayBook
  • Allow more editing within the video chat app and more profile options.
  • Auto correct/Spell check all around the OS

    Allow the user to highlight and delete multiple e-mails on the PlayBook

Fix it so that it charges while the device is off

Overall the BlackBerry PlayBook is a great device, powerful, mobile a media powerhouse. Most of the negativity it receive are things that OS updates have fixed and will add in the future is not about the hardware or the size. This makes the PlayBook more attractive because RIM can simply add new features without having to worry about limitations of what they can add to it. The PlayBook in some ways does feel it lack certain things but RIM has quickly pushed out updates to fix them. Neither of the previous competitors had a perfect tablet when they first launched and the PlayBook sure does a ton of things better than the others. Browsing, streaming media, video recording, video chat, and e-mail are superior to the other devices. The e-mail experience is just good and that is over the Bridge app and browser, when native apps land on the PlayBook it will be much better. Over the last two weeks I find myself using the PlayBook way more than I did when I tested other device even around the house. Usually I did not use other devices in the house because the computer does it much better but the PlayBook does not need the computer to activate Smile or work, you can even transfer files over Wi-Fi.

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Posted by Luis Merlos for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 10:00 am. | Review: Size Matters 7" PlayBook Is Just Right | 7 comments |

BlackBerry PlayBook OEM Convertible Case Out of Stock?

Posted: 09 May 2011 06:59 AM PDT

PlayBook Convertible Case

While at BlackBerry World last week I heard quite a few BlackBerry PlayBook users complaining about the OEM BlackBerry PlayBook Convertible Case. RIM decided to put a rubber guard around the sides of the case which covers up the power and media keys. That would be fine if RIM did it right but it makes it really hard to push those buttons. Still that did not stop the case from selling out from the on site Wireless Giant store during BlackBerry World.

Either way we were told that the Convertible Case for the BlackBerry PlayBook is now listed as Out Of Stock on ShopBlackBerry. Terrence also let us know that Staples reps were saying that the product was being recalled due to the seams falling apart easily and that they had returned their stock. On the other hand it looks like Best Buy is still selling them.

So I thought I would throw it out there. Are any of you having issues with the BlackBerry PlayBook Convertible Case? What do you think of it?

I actually decided not to get one and opted for the much cheaper GTMax fake leather Folio case (Possibly cheaper here) that Luis recommended to me for a much more reasonable $10 which does not cover the buttons.

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 9:59 am. | BlackBerry PlayBook OEM Convertible Case Out of Stock? | 5 comments |

Epic Releases Humans vs Aliens for BlackBerry

Posted: 09 May 2011 05:34 AM PDT

humans vs aliens

Humans vs Aliens is kind of like Plants vs Zombies on other platforms. It has some nice graphics and does not lag like other games ported to the BlackBerry. Epic is offering the game for a very reasonable $3.99 for a limited time which is nice. You simply have to stop the invading aliens with the 17 different types of humans from flamethrowers to helicopters.

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Check out Humans vs Aliens in App World

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, May 9, 2011, 8:34 am. | Epic Releases Humans vs Aliens for BlackBerry | One comment |

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