Some great-looking games are on tap this week, notably Record Run from Rock Band creator Harmonix and the offbeat action-puzzler Kiwanuka, plus we’re curious to see how freemium licensed titles MLB Perfect Inning and SoulCalibur Unbreakable Soul stack up. Give these new releases a good look, and then check back next Thursday for an all-new list of notable games to consider.
This week marks the return of the refurb Mac mini and based on how often those are out of stock, the little desktop that could is not only a marvel of packing lots of power into a wee little package, it's also a hot ticket item. So grab 'em while they're here, because they won't last.
We should really celebrate our mothers every day. They are the reason we're here, after all. But to make things simple, there's one day dedicated specifically to the women who raised us. It's important to make the most of the occasion but that puts a lot of pressure on us, the children of the world, to make sure our moms know how much we care during this twenty-four hour period. Luckily, we don't have to tackle this task alone. With the help of the nine apps we've put together, you can make sure that you make this year's Mother's Day a memorable one.
What would a week be without a dose of iPhone 6 rumors? Well, this one is less a rumor and more a pretty good mock up video. These prototypes people put together lately, well, they're pretty astounding. But there's more. Some of the biggest news of the week came as MacBook Airs saw their prices get even lighter on your wallet, and then there was Amazon…
There are plenty of cute platform games available for iOS, but Leo’s Fortune is a lot more than a typical platformer. For starters, the game looks absolutely gorgeous; despite being developed by a small team, the game boasts some of the most impressive 2D visuals we’ve ever seen. The environments look so lush, vibrant, and detailed they could arguably be called photorealistic, but reality rarely ever looks this good. Better yet, Leo’s Fortune offers top-notch gameplay to back up its impressive appearance.
It’s been a few years since the last totally new Tony Hawk-branded skateboarding game, but Activision plans to revive the long-running franchise with an exclusive new mobile entry this summer. Tony Hawk’s Shred Session reimagines the trick-centric game for touchscreen devices, taking a behind-the-back view in portrait orientation and letting you swipe to perform different moves as you follow a set path through each environment.
May the Fourth be with you! That's what you'll be saying in two days, so we've got a heaping helping of Star Wars apps to slake your thirst to revisit George Lucas' realms. And if you don't care for a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away gaming, then we've got quite a few other options for you. So let's dive in.
An interactive take on Star Wars, dubstep-drenched shooter Intake, quirky adventure Botanicula, and classic board game port Talisman are the heavier hitters in a busy week for new iOS game debuts — and if you’ve been waiting for the second episode of Republique, it’s available for sale now within the app. Give these new releases a good look and then check back next Thursday for an all-new list of notable games to consider.
The latest iPad and iPad mini models hitting the refurb counter is still big news if you're looking to pick up a tablet and hoping to save some dough, so we have some great deals to start things off in that realm. Then a regular member of the weekly deals, the MacBook Air sees some serious price drop action. Plus, what should you do with the money you save? Why, buy gear for your new devices of course.
If you think of your high school English classes when you hear poetry, you probably don't have great memories of the form. Poetry can get a bad, but it's one of the most influential literary forms. Ideas hatched in poems hundreds of years ago still influence today's authors. It's an art form that can be the best vessel to display beautiful language and if you've been dismissing it all these years, it's time to get back into it. Since April was National Poetry Month, we've collected eight apps for you to download so you can reacquaint with the classics, enjoy some modern day gems, and even start writing your own poems.