Last week saw the launch of Apple’s new larger series of iPhone’s introducing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus, however is Apple still truly an innovator or are they now playing catch up with Google?
iArm Wrestling Champs is a game, as you might guess, about arm wrestling. It uses various sensors inside your phone, and now watch, to determine who has won an arm wrestle. The winner is then rewarded with a sound. It’s as simple as that.
For as long as we can remember companies like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft have been using game exclusivity to sell their consoles. While it isn’t unheard of for Android and Apple to leverage things like say… digital store space (ie. a nice visible spot in their app store) for temporary exclusivity; we’re wondering if this is going to be a top tier priority going forward, and what that means for mobile gamers.
It seems like the rumors about Apple launching a smartwatch any-minute-now are turning into the next Apple Television Set—the rumor that will not die simply because people want it to be true, no matter how many times industry analysts predict it’s going to be announced in the next 12 months.
While a new iPhone, or iPad is always big news all over the world, new iMacs always seem to launch with little fanfare. Tuesday is proof of that as the upgraded 21.5 inch, and the 27 inch iMacs quietly rolled out onto the showroom floors of Apple Stores around the country.
Be prepared for a new shift in gaming this next generation, regardless of whether you chose an Xbox One or PS4.
As you might have known, Apple is one of the biggest names in tech and even gaming right now. As such, their WWDC conference is one of the biggest events of the year for all of technology.
Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic is available now for the Apple iPad!
2012 was a great year for mobile games, and here at The Game Fanatics, we’re counting down our Top 5 as 2013 is slowly rolling in! For all my app-happy gamers out there, I strongly suggest you check these out; they will provide you with hours of entertainment and are suitable for all ages. Happy Holidays!
If you’ve ever played Minecraft for hours on end then you eventually come to the point where the boundary between reality and gaming mix. Or in some extreme cases you begin imagining actual blocks placed outside for you to break.
There is a brand new app that will allow you to bring the experience of breaking and placing blocks into your everyday life. A company by the name of 13th Lab are bringing some of your favorite Minecraft creations into the real world by augmenting reality. The video below does a better job than me at showcasing some of the awesome thing’s you’ll be able to achieve through this app.