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.
If you’re one of the hordes of iOS device users who can’t wait to see what Nintendo releases for your iPad or iPhone, you’ll be glad to know that they plan on initially releasing five games on the iOS platform. Unfortunately, it will likely take until March 2017 to reach that release goal.
Nintendo announced on Tuesday that it will be developing games for smartphones, tablets and PCs. The company’s new partnership with Japanese game maker DeNA mean Mario and Zelda soon could be available on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Amazon Games Studios has announced they’ll be bringing 4 games to the iOS platform. Lost Within, Til Morning’s Light, Tales From Deep Space and To-Fu Fury will be coming soon to iOS devices.
If the titles “Prince of Persia,” “The Oregon Trail,” and “Wolfenstein 3D” bring back great memories of computer gaming in the ’80s and ’90s for you, then The Internet Archive’s latest addition is right up your alley.
In the past, we’ve shared how you can use your PS3, PS4, or even your Xbox 360 controller to play games on your Mac. Now we’ve finally found a way to use your Xbox One controller to play those same games.
It’s possible that some day soon, you might be looking at your Apple Watch trying to decide your next play in Madden NFL Football, or plotting your next move in Plants vs. Zombies.
Independent mobile game development studio Open Name claims “Swing Copters”, the new game from Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen, is a clone of their previously released game, “Bog Racer”.
The recent mobile game release “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” is currently number eight on the top grossing app list on the App Store charts. The game’s amazing $700,000 USD per day revenue rate has surprised observers such as Forbes and CNN, who had labeled the game an unlikely hit.
Osmo, the innovative iPad-based gaming device for children, has announced the availability of a second batch of units, free apps, and a new game piece replacement policy. Osmo quickly surpassed its first batch pre-sale goal of $50,000 in just six and a half hours.
A group of former Googlers – who are also parents – have come up with a really cool way to integrate real-world objects with digital play on the iPad. Osmo takes everyday objects – such as clay, plastic letters and numbers, and even toothpicks – and makes them part of the digital interaction on the screen of your child’s iPad.