In Fear I Trust is the first game of its kind from Chillingo, but it feels a bit like playing through the third or fourth sequel in a horror movie series. That apex point in a cinema franchise tends to be when the production is nicely polished, but the concept begins to feel bland and generic. In Fear I Trust is similarly a well-made but somewhat forgettable thriller. Most of that responsibility belongs to the story, which feels unfocused and scattershot even within the short span of these first two episodes. Without a clear indication of what exactly is going on, it crams in spooky clichés by the bucketful.
It might seem counterintuitive to rely on a device so associated with the comforts of civilization for survival in the wilds, but a well-prepared iPhone could mean the difference between life and death when stranded in the great outdoors. When you're stuck miles from a strong signal to call for help or pinpoint your location on a map, these eight apps will help you find your way back to safety. For maximum effectiveness, be sure to combine them with a good solar iPhone charger or a rechargeable backup battery (or both, to be safe).
The zombie apocalypse is coming, but there's no need to worry because there's always a handy iPhone app to get you through the drama of it all. The Zombie Survival Guide Scanner app is now an iPhone app that can scan your friends and neighbors to detect how undead they really are.
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