Emross War, a free-to-play strategy MMO game, has launched in the App Store. This high fantasy kingdom-strategy simulator starts the player off as a young lord who has just inherited a castle. From there, it is your duty to expand the kingdom and defend your people against the almost-certainly-evil "Chaos Army."
Acceleroto’s Air Hockey for iOS has been around since the doors first opened on the App Store, so it’s no surprise that the company is preparing to duplicate the success of their popular app by making it available in the Mac App Store as well. Here’s a peek.
We’ve scored Group 7 access to the top Tron-related games for iOS and Mac to make the wait for Tron:Legacy just a little easier. Step up to the digitizer and get ready to enter the Grid, User. Your light cycle awaits.
If there’s one immutable truth, it’s this: rock stars are among the coolest, most talented people out there and we all want to be one. Thus, it stands as no surprise that an iPad version of Rock Band has just become available in the iTunes Store.
If you’ve tired of Angry Birds or Plants vs. Zombies and are looking for the next insanely addictive iPhone game, The Iconfactory may have just the thing with Astronut, which just landed (pun intended) in the App Store.
If you loves you some iOS gaming, then this will come as very happy news: The much anticipated announcment that the iControlPad will become a twitchy fingered reality has been realized.
Now, can we get a w00t-w00t?
As awesome as the increasingly diverse range of games available to iPhone and iPod touch owners is, it's a fair argument that many of the games that we know and love could be just a little more fabulous if the control possibilities weren't so darned limited. Seriously, how many of you out there can look me in the eye and say that their high score wasn't crippled by a less than perfect on screen joypad experience?