PlayMesh became popular with their continued text based iPhone MMO RPGs that they used to peddle their PlayMesh Points. These PlayMesh Points became a main source of income as their games remained free, and they offered free PlayMesh Points simply to provoke players. After releasing a number of these games they decided to shift their monetary system away from simply selling PlayMesh Points to including other types of games in both free iPhone game versions and standard pay ones. These were in the form of online networks for classic time wasting games starting with Roshambo Online and Tic Tac Toe Online and shifting into Chess, Checkers, Link4, and others. Now, instead of selling each of these separately PlayMesh has created All-In-1 for the iPhone. What All-In-1 is, as the name implies, is all of the PlayMesh classic game series under one free iPhone game roof. Here you have Chess, Dots, Link4, Reversi, Mancala, Checkers, Tic Tac Toe, and the original Roshambo. All of these PlayMesh games follow a similar format where you have a chat room style waiting area where you can then search for an opponent. You enter into the game and play with limited graphics, but a responsive and fun lay out none the less. After you win or lose your records are saved and you can begin working on a profile. All-In-1 bases its success on the success on the games in the collection, all of which are nice enough to stand on their own. Each one has a variable level of fun depending on how much you respond to it, but it is the base games that would be under attack here and not the port. If All-In-1 is the move that PlayMesh wants to make away from expensive PlayMesh Points then I can back them entirely. All-In-1 is a great title and will likely increase PlayMesh's popularity from the other RPG developers still stuck in the past.