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Infiniteline reviewed on 03 Aug 2010
Drawn is a really beautiful game with a captivating environment that brought to life with excellent art and sound. The consistency of gameplay is by far the weakest element, but it certainly has moments. Some of the puzzles are remarkably easy, while others are just hard to find. The biggest annoyance has got to be the amount of time you see the loading screen (i.e., A LOT). A focus on more puzzles and less time traveling around from area to area would be a big plus. The game is certainly on the short end (and the ending too short). Nonetheless, Drawn is a memorable play and you get your money's worth, particularly if you appreciate moody, well-drawn art.
[Version 1.0M]


Infiniteline reviewed on 19 Jul 2010
Seemed to work fine for me in 10.6.4. Not the most intuitive app, but certainly was capable of displaying the screen saver on the desktop. If you're looking for this sort of thing, then give it a shot.
[Version 2.1]


infiniteline reviewed on 25 Feb 2009
Ive been using TurboTax for the Mac for the past three or four years withut any issue. Importing the previous year's file is painless and quick. The questions can get a bit redundant and tedous, but I suppose they're necessary to make sure that nothing is missed. Overall, it has been a fine product for quick and accurate tax filing.
[Version 2008.]


infiniteline reviewed on 28 Jan 2009
Not a bad game at all. The concept is simple and it takes some thinking to get through each level. I agree that the game can be a bit tedious to 'clean up' all the levels, but hey... chop wood, carry water. The price may be a bit high for some, but overall a decent offering.
[Version 1.27]


infiniteline reviewed on 30 Sep 2008
Nice graphics, sound and general presentation. The game is fun and quickly gets demanding. The story and periodic upgrades keep monotony at bay. I haven't played through the whole game yet, but I'm a bit concerned about the length of the game. I hope that expansion levels will be available in the future. Overall a pleasant, enjoyable kitchn adventure!
[Version 1.0]


infiniteline reviewed on 14 May 2008
Really simple and blazingly fast. I've found this to be the best tool to quickly re-encode my videos for my PSP. I would love to see an option for saved presets.
[Version 1.3.4]


infiniteline reviewed on 13 Jun 2007
A pretty decent game. I have only played the demo, but it seemed adequate to get a flavor for the game. Graphics and production quality are high and the intricate art nouveau style is quite pretty. Puzzles and playability are certainly on the easy side so it does seem intended for a young pre-adolescent audience. Personally, I find the game to be a bit patronizing; even though the protaganist is a woman it seems like she is just following some cryptic game of her husband and not intrepid at all. This doesn't make the game unplayable, but that angle may have made Dream Chronicles more inspiring for its audience.
[Version 1.0]


infiniteline reviewed on 19 May 2007
Word Galaxies seems like a winner if your into word jumbles. I got hooked and played it well into the morning, but I have to admit I just can't get myself to spend the money. That probably says more about my cheapness than the game! Graphics and sound are solid and I didn't experience any crashes. The concept is good and having incentives like the 'star' are nice as you rack your brain for that specific word. My only complaint is the prevalence of words that people just won't know unless you play scrabble or read the dictionary. I'm not sure how to avoid that though. Overall, a nice effort. If it shows up on the MacUpdate promo, I will definitely purchase.
[Version 1.5]


infiniteline reviewed on 28 Apr 2007
This is a promising start and I'm this close to buying it, but it's just missing a feature or two that would make it a no-brainer purchase. Like other comments, the interface is slick and pleasant to use. Also, you can edit directly from your remote source, this allows for proper display of pages using php, server-side code, etc. The included reference books and validation work well and are polished. Coda also seems pretty stable; it only crashed on me once during a few days of work.
As far as the missing... The current level of integration that we see in the interface is not carried over to the underworkings. One example of this is that the styles of html files with linked style sheets are not recognized when you switch to the css editor. Also, there is no shortcut to apply any styles within the code editor (you should be able to select text and click on a style to format it). This highlights the current anemia of features that are needed when writing code from scratch. The auto-complete and blockedit functions are nice. Nonetheless, more options to avoid typing (perhaps similar to TextMate's bundles) seem necessary to bring Coda up to speed.
To summarize my list of needed features:

better integration of css and html markup within the code editor (i.e., select text... use a contextual menu to make it an anchor or apply a style)
more site management features (i.e., link checking)
better use of images/media - when I drag a picture into a html document, it should insert the image as a link into the code (complete with attributes). Image info should also include dimensions and perhaps even color palette.
Overall, a good start from the Panic team. I will likely buy Coda in the future, especially if the above features are implemented. Future releases will likely make Coda an indispensable and useful tool for web development.
[Version 1.0]


infiniteline reviewed on 09 Oct 2006
Just what I was looking for. It's simple and easy to use. I would like a few more options, but certainly a help as is. Thanks!
[Version 1.0.3]

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