Apocalyptos for iPhone is a Guilty Pleasure!

Apocalyptos Rating: There are some games you’re proud to play and some that are guilty pleasures; like a secret chocolate bar when you’re on a diet. In some ways, Apocalyptos from I-play is just such a guilty pleasure. The theme and elements of the game may initially put you off or … Read the Full Story →

How to create an iPhone app using Flash CS5 (Video Tutorial)

We might not ever see Flash on iPhone or iPad however if you have find developing Adobe Air apps easier than creating iPhone apps then just follow the video tutorial to use Flash CS5 for your next iPhone development project. … Read the Full Story →

Will Google Tablet and JooJoo Be Contenders To The iPad?

iPad Contenders or Pretenders? It’s been barely a month since the iPad launch that created a whole new personal computing niche. As the dust settles, the first serious contenders are starting to step forward and test the waters. While many tablet computing systems have emerged over the past year, a … Read the Full Story →

1000: Find ‘Em All! Great Looking Game To Interact With Your Environment

1000: Find ‘Em All! Rating: You know that you are getting quality when you start up a game from App Store leaders Glu Mobile and 1000: Find Em All is no different. This is one of their first games to include their new animated start-up screen and it immediately confirms that … Read the Full Story →

iPirate for iPhone is Swashbuckling Fun

iPirate Rating: It is the great joy of discovery when an app exceeds your expectations. There are a lot of mediocre iPhone games out there and I thought I had run squarely into one with iPirate. To my joy and surprise though, I found iPirate to be a fun and … Read the Full Story →

Collider the Game | Physics-Based iPhone Game

Collider the Game Rating: Physics based puzzle games have become more and more popular and one of the latest to fall into the App Store is Collider the Game from Dan Russel-Pinson. Collider the Game challenges you to clear over 50 levels of positive and negative elements. The game is … Read the Full Story →

iPhone/iPod touch Software Version 3.1.3 Now Available

iPhone OS 3.1.3 and iPhone OS 3.1.3 for iPod touch software update details CoreAudio Impact: Playing a maliciously crafted mp4 audio file may lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution Description: A buffer overflow exists in the handling of mp4 audio files. Playing a maliciously crafted mp4 … Read the Full Story →

iShifting for iPhone: Fun Puzzle Game

iShifting from Calibre Games is a fun puzzle / object management game. In it you play Charlie, assembly line worker drone. Charlie’s job involves directing the flow of parts on the conveyor belt to their appropriate location so that items can be assembled. As Charlie gets better at his job … Read the Full Story →

Prominent Game Developers Await iPad

With the iPad announcement come and gone, the anticipation around the device moves to its public availability and the games and apps that will come with that availability. Recently two of the major iPhone game development houses, Tapulous and Firemint, indicated they are already laying plans for gaming on the … Read the Full Story →

iTunes 9.0.3 Update Now Available | Software Update

iTunes 9.0.3 update is now available for download so hit the update option and check out what’s new! Details: iTunes 9.0.3 provides a number of important bug fixes, including: • iTunes no longer ignores your “Remember password for purchases” setting. • Addresses problems with syncing some Smart Playlists and Podcasts … Read the Full Story →

Stephen Colbert Uses iPad As Prop In Grammy Awards | Effortless Ubiquity?

Effortless Ubiquity Taylor Swift may have won the Grammy for Album of the Year Sunday night but the real winner at this year’s Grammy Awards was clearly Apple. In one of the ultimate product placement stunts of all time, Stephen Colbert used an iPad as a prop during his presentation. … Read the Full Story →

Why I’ll be in Line for an iPad

Since Apple’s launch of it’s ‘revolutionary device’ last week there has been much debate about it’s features, looks and especially it’s name on websites, blogs, twitter and the traditional press. Some of it positive, but a lot of it negative, it doesn’t multi-task, it doesn’t handle flash, it looks like … Read the Full Story →

Steve Jobs: ‘No one will be using Flash’

Yesterday we published an article where we highlighted the growing adoption of HTML5 and how Flash might just be a forgotten technology soon. According to Wired after the iPad announcement Steve Jobs made himself available to employees who could ask him any question. When Jobs was questioned about his views … Read the Full Story →

Caligo Chaser for iPhone | Hands-on Preview

Mobile gaming is all about the ability to pick up and play a game and that’s not always possible with an in depth RPG, however, that may have just changed with Caligo Chaser from Com2uS. You take the roll of a young knight who in order to repay a debt takes … Read the Full Story →

Heavy Gunner for iPhone | Hands-on Preview

Com2us have already produced some of the App Store’s big successes especially with Homerun Battle 3D (our review) and Sniper Vs Sniper Online which show how iPhone/iPod touch gaming should be done. So when they bring out a new game there is always going to be a buzz. Their latest title … Read the Full Story →