Posts Tagged ‘Apple Device Gaming’
Posted by STGuy1040 on May 23, 2013 under Euro, PC, Reviews
After receiving a warm reception from PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 gamers, Don Bluth's legendary Laserdisc coin-op, Dragon's Lair, has finally made its way to Steam courtesy of Digital Leisure and the Steam Greenlight Community. With vastly improved HD graphics and bonus features, the Steam release of Dragon's Lair is by far the best one. Like most coin-ops from back in the day, the story behind Dr... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on March 20, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
Ever wish you could genetically engineer a race? Bumpin' Uglies Gene Pool Domination by Bumpin' Uglies LLC (iTunes – Free ) is the game for you. You must take your “Ugly” and bump with another “Ugly” and create more “Uglies”. Using physics, you navigate a variety of obstacle courses including ramps, steps, moving blocks, among others. Each course has its own unique challenges and... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on February 17, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
The endless genre has taken smartphone gaming by storm. Games like Temple Run and its sequel continue to top app store charts as the most popular genre among gamers. eastasiasoft's Ninja Sprint, starring Neko the stray cat, is a play on the endless genre by including platform mechanics, achievements, special attacks, and 80 different levels to unlock. Recently released for iOS devices and now a... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on February 5, 2013 under Mac, Reviews
Ever wish you could save the world from a catastrophic end? Daedelic Entertainment's A New Beginning Final Cut on Steam will allow you to do just that. The game opens with two scientists checking out the Earth's surface in the year 2500. The readings show that the world is going to end in less than two weeks when a solar flare reaches the Earth and will destroy all life, and the only hope is ... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on January 1, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
Want to try a tower defense game or sharpen you skills? City Conquest by Paul Tozour of Gas Powered Games is your answer. For those who are unfamiliar with Tower Defense games, City Conquest is a great first game. The game will teach you what to do step-by-step. Each “battle” consists of a certain number of turns where you must attack your enemy city, defend your own city, manage your resour... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on October 22, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
To-Fu is a compelling puzzle game that relies on physics to beat the two-hundred rooms that contain slippery walls, spikes, and other dangerous traps. As To-Fu, your goal is to overcome these obstacles and become the 'Master of Chi'. Originally available for iPhone, the To-Fu collection contains both games that iOS gamers have been enjoying for quite some time - To-Fu: The Trials of Chi and To-... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on August 28, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
Unlike the Hollywood movie starring Sylvester Stallone, Judge Dredd is a hard-nosed law enforcer who cruises the city streets of Mega-City One alone. He doesn't have an annoying sidekick like the one seen in the movie. The real Judge Dredd would have beaten him senseless and arrested him for being a public nuisance. Judge Dredd: Countdown Sector 106 is the latest iOS Gamebook Adventure by Tin M... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on June 14, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
Looking for that iPhone game that is a unique experience and also controversial? Check out Chin Up by Digital Harmony Games. You play Mr Chin who is being lifted up by standing on a beam with a Y shaped attachment above you. As you go higher, objects are coming down at you. These include objects that you can use and objects that you want to avoid. To control where Mr Chin goes, move your fing... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on June 14, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
iPhone gamers were pleasantly surprised when developer SNNR released the first Ash game. Its unique blend of retro graphics and storytelling hooked gamers from the start. With the release of Ash II: Shadows Gold Edition, iPhone gamers can continue the epic story established by the first game. In traditional retro gaming style, Ash II: Shadows Gold utilizes an engine that resembles role-playing ... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on May 3, 2012 under Euro, News, Portables
Gamers wanting to play online with their friends with last year's KOF game, The King of Fighters-i, will be pleased with SNK PLAYMORE'S latest release. The King of Fighters-i 2012 allows online play via Friend Versus and Rank Versus using Bluetooth functionality or Wi-Fi. In addition to these new features, four new teams have been added, including Art of Fighting, Pyscho Solider, Team Kim, and ... more.
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