Even if you didn't participate in this year's Black Friday retail stampedes, there are still savings to be had if you know where to look.
Over in the gaming world, Sega of America announced discounted prices for six of their best-selling iOS titles for Apple's iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The sale will last until December 1 and includes the following games:
Let's face it, gaming gets expensive and prior to walking into a store to see what your used games are worth, you're going to want to know what to expect. I mean, you drove all the way out to Uncle Ted's House of Comics, Gaming and Minimal Eye Contact, you want to know what's in store for you...
ChAIR and Epic Games today announced Infinity Blade, the companies' action-RPG sword fighting adventure, will launch via the App Store on Thursday, December 9.
The game, which will be available for all of Apple's iOS-based devices, while retail for $5.99 and be powered by the Unreal Engine 3. In Infinity Blade, players will fight through sword battles and epic boss fights set in the realm of a fully 3D castle.
Airprint Hacktivator--a small but brilliant program that makes any printer connected to your Mac AirPrint compatible--has been updated to Version 1.7, making the invaluable system workaround less intrusive to your Mac's OS X operating system while at the same time maintaining the same level of awesome. For those of you who have been pining for a way to wirelessly print from your iOS device, you're going to want to download this free piece of software as fast as your internet connect can manage it.
This smacks of the spiffy. In an interesting combination between iOS and Mac OS X products, Majic Jungle Software's Chopper 2 ($4.99) side-scrolling helicopter combat and rescue game can be controlled via an iPad, iPhone 4 or 4th-generation iPod touch over Bluetooth or WiFi using another iOS device. Per Touch Arcade, the game will be released via the recently-announced Mac App Store.
Austin-based developer GameSalad has unveiled a new “Free to Make” subscription program for developers looking to publish to iOS, Mac, or the web.
The “Free to Make” model offers what the company refers to as a "Basic" subscription at no cost to users. The company has announced a new Professional level account, which includes additional monetization features like iADs and promotional links, available today at the cost of $499 a year. Developers will continue to publish games under their personal Apple iPhone Developer accounts, which will still be required in order to publish and test their iOS creations on Apple devices.
Hey there, kiddies of all ages, how you like us now? It's the all new Mac|Life, but even though we've gone all pretty on you, we've kept the the same great content. You didn't think we'd scrapped the weekend round-up, didja? Absolutely not, and now it's settling in at home in our beautiful new digs and looking to kick back and give you the latest and the greatest.
Apple has just seeded iOS 4.2.1 Gold Master to developers. This update has build number 8C148 and, according to MacStories, was just released internally at Apple last night. This update for iOS 4.2 may have been released in an attempt to squash last minute Exchange and audio-related bugs discovered earlier.