Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer is by far one of my favorite card games. It’s right up there with 7 Wonders and Bang! Board Game Geek has awarded Ascension: CotG 3.5 stars out of 5 and the good news is that they full game is now available on iOS for a mere USD $4.99. The [...]
As a child many of you probably enjoyed a great deal of time with Hasbro’s View-Master, I know I did. The device, since retails sales of the device began in 1939, has been a toy providing hours of fun for those desiring to view 3-D images on paper disks inserted into the View-Master. Starting April [...]
Do you love your iOS device(s)? Have you longed for the ability to control a robot tank with your device? If you answered yes to the aforementioned questions, then your dreams will soon become true.
Remember that awesome Xbox Live Arcade game from last summer called Shadow Complex? It was a fantastic shooter that all but redefined the concept of side-scrolling. I was fortunate enough to be given an early preview of the game at Comic-Con last year, and then the good folks at Chair Entertainment, who built the game, [...]
For the old skool style gamers out there who own an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad there is a game to look forward to. Mimeo is a pixel based game being developed by Shaun Inman, expected release is late 2010. Mimeo (even the name) started as a Mario clone with a twist: instead of power-ups [...]
The iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad are about to get their very own version of Xbox Live or PlayStation Network. As part of the new features unveiled today for iPhone OS 4 (but no new hardware was announced, sorry), Apple is this summer launching a feature called Game Center, which adds friend invites, multiplayer matchmaking, [...]
Everyone’s favorite Sith Lord (like you were going to vote for someone else?) is now available in cuddly, cute, Hello-Kitty fashion with these new skins by Infectious. Dubbed the “pink.invader,” this skin is available in several different sticky flavors, for your lappy, iPod, iPhone, BlackBerry, or Trapper-Keeper notebook. Alright, we made that last one up, [...]
I still remember the first dictionary that my parents gave to me – a big thick green book with the words MERRIAM WEBSTER splashed all over it. I was in third grade, and I thought that it was the coolest book I’ve ever hard. We were required to have it in school, but I would [...]
Today I received an interesting email from Alex Winston whose company has been developing a virtual joystick application for the iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a prototype that allows Wolfenstein 3D to be controlled from a second device connected up using a crossover audio cable.
If the SDK wasn’t reason enough to convince you to purchase an iPod Touch (or iPhone), then perhaps this is. Game developers HermitWorks have successfully managed to get a version of Quake 3 arena running on their iPod Touches with only a few modifications of the code (which is Open Source now, in case you [...]