Apple has named rhythm based platformer game Give It Up! 2 as their latest free App of the Week. The game normally goes for a buck American, but is now free for the first time ever.
Apple made a policy change on Monday that will likely please a number of tvOS game developers. The company has dropped the requirement that Apple TV games be playable using the Siri Remote as a controller.
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Nintendo’s next two mobile games, which are based on the popular Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem franchises, will both be “free-to-start” apps, offering in-app purchases.
Pooductive is the app that allows you to chat with people around the globe who are doing the exact same thing you are. Regretting eating that 2AM Chimichanga from the all-night Taco Stand down the street.
Electronic Arts has released an update to their popular Real Racing 3 game for iOS, bringing the NASCAR Daytona 500 experience to iOS devices, as well as finally bringing the game to the fourth-generation Apple TV.
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima said Tuesday that the second smartphone game from the company would use one of its popular properties. Unfortunately, he didn’t reveal the character’s name…
The National Football league is said to be in talks with tech companies, including Apple and Google, as they search for a streaming partner for three London-based NFL games the league plans to stream next season.
The Audio Extractor 2.1 for iOS offers users the chance to extract audio from any video stored on their Camera Roll, a voice changer, a BPM calculator, text-to-speech capabilities, and more.
Love playing retro games on your Mac, iPad, PC, or Android device, but you miss using the real controllers? The SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller lets you go full retro on those old-school games!
Pangea Software has announced the release of five games for the fourth-generation Apple TV, and all five support 3D gameplay.
Gaming stalwart Nintendo is set to show off its first mobile games for the iOS and Android platforms on Thursday, says a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Apple TV game developers will be required to include support for the new set top box’s standard touch-based remote, ensuring all Apple TV owners will be able to play available games without being required to purchase a third-party MFi gaming controller.
A new report claims the next-generation Apple TV, likely to debut on September 9th alongside the next-generation iPhone, will be priced below $200, and should be on shelves as early as October.
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National Football League fans who own an Apple TV will be glad to hear that the league’s “Game Pass” package will be coming to the little black streaming box.