Mobile phones have evolved to be very smart machines, capable of playing powerful games. The problem lies with usability, with most phones now lacking physical buttons.
Still haven’t gotten enough Angry Birds? PowerA is now flinging the fowls’ likeness onto more merchandise and accessories, thanks to their recent partnership with Rovio Entertainment.
If you’re one of the 67 million viewers who tune into syndicated episodes of Star Trek and just happened to be at E3 this year, hopefully you were vigilant enough to catch PowerA’s new Star Trek: TNG range of mobile phone cases.
If you’re looking to get in on the action with Injustice: Gods Among Us a couple of weeks before the game’s launch, grab your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad right now.
The game that many hail as the best in the Grand Theft Auto franchise is now available on iOS.
Fans of the U.K. hit television series spinoff, Primeval: New World, can now hunt down creatures in a portable world of their own thanks to Robots and Pencils newest addition to the App Store.
Bubble Galaxy With Buddies is a fact paced, one vs. one strategy game where you race the clock to eliminate as many bubbles as you can by shooting colored orbs high into the sky. Oh, it’s also free.
The “Tower Offense” game Anomaly Warzone Earth has gotten a sequel.
Prepare to experience the fantasy world of MMORPG right at your fingertips, by downloading Arcane Legends now available for all Apple and Android devices! Arcane Legends is the fourth installment of the (free-to-play) Legends series, and can also be found available to play on the Chrome Web Store and Google Play; previous titles include Dark Legends, Pocket Legends, and Star Legends which have brought Spacetime Studios much success in the MMORPG genre.
“After three successful Legends titles we decided it was time for us to push the limits once again by delivering cinematic story-telling, dynamic and fast-paced combat, and a game-changing pets system,” – Gary Gattis, [...]
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.