We were sent the Brain Fit iPhone and iPod Touch app by Mobirate for a quick review last week. Brain Fit is an addictive little puzzle game app which has been designed to provide endless hours of fun. Released just earlier this month, Brain Fit costs $0.99.

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When we were first given the app name “Brain Fit”, it immediately came across my mind as a game that was played by getting our “non-thinking”, geeky minds thinking once again with timed calculations, complicated maths, as well as recalling shapes and numbers (like that on the Nintendo DS). I was certainly wrong there.

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Readers here at GadgetLite who are keen gamers of games like WoW will definitely have heard of the Wolfking Warrior game pad keyboard a simple, easy to use device ideal for first-person-shooter (FPS) games and possibly any game you can imagine that suits it style. The aim of the unique design is essentially to help enhance his or her gameplay experience. But the Wolfking Warrior is now old, because there is now a new one out called the Warrior XXTREME gamepad (you could take a look at the Wolfking Warrior review first though, at TechRepublic).

Compared to the old Warrior (red), the Warrior XXTREME is twice the bulkier (black) with an ergonomic design:

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As you will see in the videos after the jump, it’s not the best keyboard if you’re not a serious gamer and want to use it for other purposes such as emailing, messaging, document processing. Plenty of shortcut keys which should be useful for online gaming. The back light I think has been really well thought out, it should prove to be welcomed for those who game late into the night (and morning!) while everyone else is already asleep.

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