The thing about iOS apps is that they're constantly updated. If we post a review, it's almost a no-brainer that an update will go live in a few days seconds. That being said, we can't just re-review every game that gets an update, or the site would be more packed with re-runs than TBS. That said, these are three apps we'd happily re-evaluate.
Remember when your mom used to tell you to go outside and play? Well thanks to the miracle of the iPhone you can go outside and play -- from inside. All it takes is a few apps for you to deceive your family and friends (Hey mom, I just played Frisbee with all my friends). And guess what? They're free right now. Party!
You know that old saying "You get what you pay for"? Well, it holds up just about everywhere, but the App Store is pretty obviously an exception. Because there are so many apps to choose from, you can almost guarantee you can find a comparable experience for less money. Thing is, if you don't have the original, you won't know if our alternatives are better, so we think you should consider getting both!
Physics might not seem like a qualifier that should ever go in front of "games" but the iPhone has other plans. On any given day, there are dozens of "physics games" selling like hotcakes in the iTunes store. We decided to take a look at some of them (and take some liberties with what we defined as physics game). The result has tree forts, motorcycles, and snowboarders crashing onto our iPhone.
We've been so busy loving on our iOS devices that Mac games have been in the backseat for a little while. But once we finally started looking at the Mac App Store, we couldn't stop noticing all the wonderful Mac games available for super cheap. Here's three we can't stop playing.
Sometimes game devs spend time meticulously crafting characters with believable body structures. They go to expensive colleges, learn the intricacies of anatomy, study Phi--the whole kit and caboodle.
Other devs just bust out a couple of polygons and call it a day. Is it wrong of them for experimenting? In this week's GameTime, we'll take a look at everything from enormous noses to tiny wings, and other blown up characters that are blowing up the iTunes store.