warning: use a vpn before you start using the app. don't download movies or streams when your vpn is connected. file sharing is usually pretty ineffective over the internet anyway. that said, you shouldnt use it for downloading things that do require a torrent client.
can you tell me: some of the best classic games have been retrofitted to run on windows phone. this is fantastic news for fans of retro game room and for you as well, if youre a fan of classic board games like scrabble and sorry!
is this weird?: there's a good bit of steam in there. only being a (limited) beta, this new version of steam play is only available on linux right now. but the folks from valve told me that they're planning to take steam onto windows phone sometime soon.
the good: what we have here is a fantastic port of a game that people love and were missing. there isn't much to complain about when it comes to the overall presentation. it has a smooth interface that's easy to use, and the backgrounds are beautiful. there's even a nice-looking control scheme that only has two buttons, with simple controls for left and right with no other attempts to break the formula. if you're familiar with build-a-lot 3: power source, you'll know where to go from here.
the bad: the main issue is that the game feels a little short. the levels are surprisingly small and the gameplay itself is very simple. when you place all the tiles, you're asked if you're satisfied or if you want to add another layer of tiles. but you can't just keep going, because the gameplay ends. if you're used to build-a-lot 3, where you keep adding tiles and solving mini-puzzles, the simplicity of this particular build-a-lot game may get you. if you cant handle the lack of depth here, you might want to choose a different entry-level build-a-lot game.