Posts tagged iOS
Growing up as a kid, there were a lot of monster toys where you could raise your own monster you could play with. There were a few handheld games/electronics that gave you this ability to raise and play with a monster in a limited capacity, like Tamagotchis and other similar items. I even remember More >
Power Rangers Legends iOS review -updated and chat with Dan Silberberger Vice President of Digital for Saban Brands
One show I had to watch everyday as a kid would be the Might Morphin Power Rangers. I’d watch it right after school. Even though I had stopped watching it, I still enjoyed checking it out now and then to see the changes in each new series.
With the Power Rangers series entering its 20th More >
You have to admit that at one time or another you wanted to own your very own Pokémon. You wanted to have a grand adventure around the world, not go to school, and learn to battle other Pokémon trainers. Along the way your trusty Pokédex would help you determine new species and give you invaluable More >
Yes, you read that title correctly. You’re free to pay whatever amount you want for Theatrhythm on iOS, depending on what content you’re looking for. However, It seems as though that price tag of “free” could climb quite steeply, depending on how closely your blood cells resemble More >
Angry Birds, the world’s most downloaded game is going back to outer space, but this time in a galaxy far, far away in Angry Birds Star Wars.
In the just released trailer, Luke (the red bird) can use the lightsaber to slice through obstacles, and Leia (the pink bird) can use the force as they More >
There are as many car chargers on the market as there are different phones. Different phones mean different plugs. What if you lost your phone and had to get a new one. Is the new one the same model as the old one? Is it different enough that your previous accessories won’t work. That means your More >
If you have both your iOS device or Android device and your PlayStation 3 on the same network, fire up Netflix on both and you will be able to use your iDevice or Android device as a second controller! Once both devices have Netflix up and running, you can use your iPhone, for example, to browse More >
One of my favorite RPGs is making its way to the iPhone later this week. I am pretty surprised, since Game Arts’ Lunar: Silver Story never got the porting treatment and there were hardly any news about the game..until today. Lunar: The Silver Star started on the MegaCD (Sega CD) and since ten has More >
One of my biggest fears as a kid growing up was waking to a baby Xenomorph trying to crawl its way out of my chest cavity. Recently, some tech savvy folks in Stockholm have created a really cool App that does just that, minus the painful death and the gaping hole in your chest.
Using the More >
This fall the iOS Capcom will be releasing the Ace Attorney Trilogy in North America for the family of iOS device featuring: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Justice for All, and Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations.
All three games will be More >
The app features Neptune and Noire, allowing you to improve your relationship with them by visiting them and talking to them similar to a dating More >
Those of us who love the Chrome browser for Windows and Mac probably use it for iOS as well. This week a new update for iOS came out. The new update, Chrome 21/21.0.1180.77 brings some fixes for pages loading blank in incognito* mode, improved language detection for the Welcome Tour, more More >
Truth be told, I don’t walk into E3 wondering how many casual games I can get my hands on in the small amount of time allowed. If I can help it, I’ll avoid as many of them as I can while speed-walking to all of the games that I’ve been anticipating for months or years. Having a booth tour at More >
Assuming that all Sonic games require the use of blast processing, Sega is apparently handing out their middleware to just about everyone these days. Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 just launched today on PSN and Steam. Sonic will continue to set the world ablaze for the rest of the week as he More >
If you thought those Angry Birds were something, you haven’t seen anything yet. Draw Something has only been out a mere 50 days, and yet it has already amassed more than 50 million downloads. That makes it the “fastest-growing original mobile game of all time.” All 50 million of you have More >
Finally, all you iOS fans can breathe a breath of fresh air. Current Apple CEO Tim Cook, has struck a deal with Adobe that will allow all iOS devices full support of Flash going forward. Obviously it had been fairly evident before that former CEO Steve Jobs did not hold Flash in the highest More >
Sega was able to share some more details earlier today regarding their upcoming sequel to their hit MMO title, Phantasy Star Online 2. The real kicker came when they announced a pricing point; contrary to previous games, the company revealed that PSO2 will be Free to Play, and that Sega will More >
If you weren’t one of the (possibly) thousands (millions?) who stayed up until the minute Angry Birds Space was available, well, this post is for you: Angry Birds Space is now available on Mac, Android, PC, Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. We already gave you a small preview of the game, More >
This latest puzzler on iOS brings a Harry Potter-esque theme to iOS, along with a stack of tiles with different shapes on them. Players are challenged to make a complete connection with the shapes. The gameplay might be easier to understand if you think of these “shapes” as various pieces of More >
Based on these first screenshots of Angry Birds Space, it appears that Rovio knows exactly how to capitalize on their mega-hit franchise. They’ve already expanded the original via numerous free updates, and thankfully there seem to be a lot of new gameplay mechanics in this latest iteration to More >
If you’re an indie developer with even an inkling of talent, you might want to get on Atari’s 40th anniversary celebration of PONG. They’re celebrating with a challenge: you, the indie developer (or would-be game developer), will develop your version of PONG for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch). More >
Did you really think those Angry Birds were just going to get therapy, report the pigs to the authorities, and then get on with their lives? Find a river-shaped location to cry in, everyone, because the Angry Birds are now going to space. I’m kind of hoping they bust out some Mountain Dew and ride More >
With the iOS devices like the iPhone, iTouch, and iPad delivering retro gaming, its sometimes hard to enjoy the games with the small in-game touch screen and enjoy the full view. Icade has the answer for gamers who want to enjoy their games without sacrificing controls on their portable iOS More >
Do you have the theme songs to Mario and Zelda etched permanently onto some small section of your brain? Even the most casual of gamers can break out into song (if you’d like to call it that), “nailing” most of the notes of either of these two greatly loved franchises–or at least barking out some More >
For the three months ending in November, Samsung has been number 1 in the handset market, and Google’s Android has the most U.S. market shares in the smartphone department.
Samsung’s shares went up 0.3%, totaling up to 25.6% in the handset market share and making them number one. Apple’s share More >