It’s that time of year again, Halloween! Time for our annual look at fun and scary iOS apps for Halloween!
If you’re a classic game enthusiast, you have reason to celebrate, as Amiga Games has today announced they will be releasing their catalog of titles in time for the 2013 holiday season. And get this, they will all be compatible with iOS 7 gaming controllers.
We’ve made it halfway through the long Independence Day Weekend, and hopefully all of your fingers are intact, because it would be a shame for you to miss out playing any of the 11 iOS games Warner Brothers has put on sale for 99 cents in the App Store!
We know we got you excited when we reported earlier this week that Microsoft was planning to bring Xbox and PC games to iOS. Unfortunately, those reports were due to the result of a translation error.
BlueStacks, the company that’s worked in the past to bring Android apps to the Mac and PC platforms, has some enticing news that’s breaking today. Its upcoming GamePop set-top box will be including support for iOS games in its subscription mobile gaming service for televisions.
Simplistic in nature, Last Match gives away the fun in its unoriginal title. The goal is simple – force your opponent to draw the last match. An age old game comes to iOS, but leaves a lot to the imagination.
Games retailer GameStop has taken a hit over the past few years as gamers are moving more and more to mobile devices or online game downloads. As falling sales number have lead to 26 percent drop in its stock price, the company thinks it has a plan to bounce back — start selling used Apple devices.
After more than a decade, Blizzard Entertainment has finally announced a release date for the highly-anticipated third entry in their Diablo series, Diablo III. The game will be available on May 15th, and pre-orders are available now.
It can be difficult for new physics puzzlers to really stand out. Fortunately, Pet it Out, a new game from a new iOS developer, proves that there’s still some innovation to be seen.
As far as puzzle games on iOS go, there are plenty of them. Some are good, and others are not so great. There are a few though, that really stick out and turn out to be very addicting. GraviMaze is one of them.
Hutch Games builds on their experience to develop an excellent iOS game for the Trooper-at-heart, featuring great graphics, unique game play, and an all-around fantastic experience that will shape the future of iOS gaming.
Bloomberg reports that Apple has approved a streaming, subscription based gaming model for the iPad, which will debut early next year, with Big Fish Games as the first big player.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution, an acclaimed pre-quel to the original Deus Ex, will be coming to the Mac this winter. Feral Interactive has announced the release, and will soon be updating their mini-site with more information.
Gameloft, creators of many of the most popular games on the App Store, have just unveiled their new Modern Combat 3 game for iOS. The new game builds on all aspects of the previous version, including enhanced multiplayer support.
Bloomberg reports that Nintendo’s investors are increasingly beginning to pressure the gaming giant to begin developing games for the iPhone and other mobile platforms.
Now that the iPhone and Android share many common apps, and particularly games, it’d be nice for us iPhone users to be able to challenge our Android fellows with some wireless multiplayer action. If a new Austin, TX-based startup is successful, we may see just that.