Adapted from 2008's brilliant Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 on Xbox
360, Geometry Wars: Touch maintains most of the addictive thrill of its
console counterpart, even adding a worthwhile new play mode, but the
touch interface cannot fully compete with the precise, analog-based
control scheme the game was originally created for.
Another browser solution for our mobile devices is on its way to the App
Store. Opera Mini will be available within the next 24 hours, depending
on where you live. It is a free download for either the iPhone or iPod
touch, and it works for iPad, too--though you'll have to embiggen it.
One of the more amusing apps for the iPhone has to be Lightsaber Unleashed, which turns your device into a Star Wars lightsaber. Now the developer has kicked things up a notch, with a new app that allows two users to actually duel.
Life for an iPhone OS developer must surely be difficult these days: In the wake of the iPad, developers have to choose between having separate apps for the iPhone/iPod touch and now the iPad, or to make their apps universal and appeal to both crowds at once. The issue is even thornier when it comes to gaming.
We talk about the iPad and share our thoughts on the new Apple device. Sure we haven't slept since Saturday, but we've played so many games and watched so many videos on it we feel magical. We might be a little loopy too.
Apple announces a new event to talk about the next version of the iPhone OS. Will we be there? Oh yeah, and we'll be live blogging it. Stay tuned.
Plus, we answer your hard-hitting Twitter and Facebook questions! Okay, they weren't that hard-hitting.
E-reading is one of the cornerstones of the iPad,
handles that pressure with style. This beautifully designed app is a
to use on almost every level, and it quickly earned a starring role in