Wanna get some great cross-platform games, support indie developers, and pay only what you feel like? Good! The Humble Indie Bundle includes 5 great games, all developed by independent developers.
Gameloft will be popping the champers after surpassing their 200 millionth iOS download. Games like the N.O.V.A. franchise and Modern Combat, not to mention Asphalt have secured them a place as one of the top developers for iOS.
The $100 Apple TV has the potential to upset the game console market with wireless AirPlay mirroring coming in iOS 5.
Seeing Motorbike on the App Store stirred a sense of excitement for me being a motorcyclist and a huge fan and player of Trials HD on the Xbox 360. Needless to say, this game is going to be compared by many to RedLynx’s masterpiece of arcade game heaven which can be a blessing and a curse.
After getting rejected
for “mature content” it looks like the folks at 4th and Battery tweaked a few things to satisfy the App Store police. Unpleasant Horse is now available on the App Store so read on for the review and get a free copy.
What started as an April Fools joke by ThinkGeek is now a reality – and sold out. ION Audio has partnered with ThinkGeek to make the iCade, an old-school video arcade cabinet iPad controller, a reality.
In case your kids have enough chocolate, why not wind them up with some virtual candy this Easter. EA and SEGA are having a big Easter sale. Here’s a sampling of some great games for iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad to fill your basket this weekend. Many are only 99 cents, Happy Easter!
Firemint has finally released the much anticipated Real Racing 2 HD for iPad. The big deal here is tha the game turns your iPad 2 into a controller with gauges while you watch the action in 1080p glory on your big screen.
Have you ever been on an extended overnight trip from home and wish that you could tuck your kids into bed with a story? It’s a heart-aching experience but a clever new storybook app for iPad aims to help.
At The Humble Bundle you can get 3 games (Trine, Shadowgrounds, and Shadowgrounds: Survivor) and 2 prototypes of games (Splot and Jack Claw) – and pay as much as you feel like! And you know what? You can chose exactly how much of your donation that will go to charity, developers, and the guys at The Humble Bundle.
In the early 80s, my family couldn’t afford a fancy-schmancy Atari 2600 game console, but luckily I had a good friend who owned one. We’d spend hours playing Centipede, Asteroids, Football and Missile Command. If only I had my own…
The guys that brought you Plants vs. Zombies are coming down the market several notches and building a “sandbox” studio to foster niche mobile games called 4th & Battery.
John Gruber points out the difference between iOS and Android: World of Goo HD for iPad [iTunes, $4.99] sold 125,000 copies in its first month on the App Store. This makes it the “fastest selling version of the game,” beating Steam and Nintendo Wii sales figures for something that’s been out for two years on other platforms. And as Glenn points out, it’s coming to iPhone and iPod Touch.
AppleInsider reports that the upcoming and widely anticipated OS X 10.7 Lion release, which is slated for this summer, will contain a new development framework called Scene Kit, which will make it easy for devs to support 3D rendereing with apps.
Lima Sky, the developers of popular iPhone game Doodle Jump, has announced iPad and Kinect versions in the wake of Doodle Jump leaping past the 10,000,000 downloads mark.