The war of the weirdest continues at a frenzied pace these days as App Store game creators are coming up with ever more bizarre ways to make their games stand out against the competition. Just recently we took a look at Destructopus (which we hear is doing very well on the App Store) then there was Laser Dolphin, and now we have Pizza vs Skeletons. It's the latest in a batch of strange games that are exactly what they sound like.
Fanatics of comedic dungeon crawling Mac action games will no doubt recognize the name DeathSpank with reverence and awe (though I'm not sure there are any.) The comedy-tinged action game released last year, and it's creator is already back at the grind, and has released an all-new game called Chromanoids.
If you’ve been pumped up since seeing Marvel’s comic book hero Thor brought to life on the big screen last weekend, you may equally excited by the company’s small-screen edition, in the form of a new game that just hit the App Store.
Back in March we reported on the announcement of an officially licensed iPhone game based on the legendary cult-classic Army of Darkness. Today that game arrived in the New Zealand App Store which means there's a very high liklihood the game will be arriving in App Stores around the world in the coming hours.
No texting while driving. We don't know how often it has to be said. But with smartphones now we have to say no texting, no Twittering, no emailing, no updating your Facebook status. How about just no typing on your phone when you're supposed to be driving?
Maybe it's not about texting while driving, but sending a text when you're in a hurry, and don't have time to stop walking to tap tap tap out your message. Or email or whatever. Well, dictation apps work to take the typing out of typing.
While the rest of us are still trying to figure out what to make of the star-studded, John favreau-directed torrent of amazing concepts that is the upcoming feature film Cowboys and Aliens, Gameloft is making some plans. Word has it that they've acquired the rights to produce a mobile game based on the bizarre comic book IP.
Whether you live on the left or right coast, some point in-between or even in another country, you’re probably feeling the pinch at the gas pump these days. Once again, iOS to the rescue! Here’s a peek at a handful of apps for Apple’s mobile devices that can help you suffer a little less next time you fill up.
Ready for your summer holiday? Who isn’t? Researching, planning, and booking can, for many, be as much fun as the actual vacation itself. The anticipation, the build-up of excitement, and no opportunity yet for lost luggage, wet weather, or “gastric difficulty.” Regardless of careful planning, once you get there you may need new things to do, places to see, treasures to find. Turns out your iPhone or iPad can be your best travel companion, getting you into places and out of jams. Follow along and you’ll be well on your way to the best vacation ever.