If you're like a most of the Mac|Life staff, you have more than one email address. If you're on Game Center, your main email address might not be the one you have attached to your Game Center account. Here's how to add all of your email addresses to Game Center so you don't miss an invitation from your game playing friendship.
So you got Game Center on your iOS device. Now you have a fancy account. Now which games are available and what are their Game Center Features? We're diggin through the App Store and trying to get the most up to date information.
With the release of iOS 4.1 today, many are scrambling to download and play Game Center games with their non-iPhone 3G using friends. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of games to choose from right now, but a member on the Touch Arcade Forums is documenting the approved games as they become available in iTunes.
We iPhone 3G users know how to take a hint. First, it was the lack of wallpapers, but we could live with that; then it was the no multitasking, which stung, but some of us understood. When we heard we'd be plum left out of Game Center, well, that sucked pretty hard too. But, this, Cupertino? This is kicking us while we're down.
If you're a competitive sort who's still rocking an iPhone 3G or 2G iPod touch, this isn't your morning. Buried amongst the changes of yesterday's latest seeding of iOS 4.1's developer build, was the quiet removal of Game Centre support for the two older Apple mobile devices.
One of the more major "tentpoles" announced at this morning's Apple
event was the Game Center, which will exhibit over 50,000 game and
entertainment titles in the App Store. The Game Center will be along the
same lines of what PC users have with the Steam client, and Xbox
console gamers have with Xbox Live--basically, a huge portal from where
to download and install games you want to play, without having to mull
through the entire App list.