Posts Tagged ‘iPad gaming’
  • Jump the Rope leaps onto Android and iOS

    Posted by on July 16, 2015 under Euro, News, Portables
    Kalypso Media is excited to announce that it is teaming up with Hamburg based indie developer Tiny Roar to publish the studio’s first game 'Jump the Rope' on Android, with an iOS version to follow in August. Both parties plan to publish one more title later in the year, with details to follow at a later date. Marcus Behrens, Publishing Director of Kalypso Media Mobile said, "We are pleas... more.
  • Frogger Hyper Arcade Edition (Review) iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad

    Posted by on August 8, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
    Ever feel like you are dodging traffic as you try to cross the road? Konami/Zombie Studios's Frogger Hyper Arcade Edition will allow you do that. Frogger Hyper Arcade Edition has endless replay value with all the options available to the player. Playing Frogger is very intuitive. To move Frogger you swipe your finger in the direction that you want him to move. Like the arcade classic, the p... more.
  • Infinite Universe (Review) iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad

    Posted by on April 2, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
    During the 1980s, role-playing books were all the rage. The Choose Your Own Adventure series allowed readers to decide the outcome of the story by making decisions and then turning to the appropriate page. If the right choice was made, the story would continue. While innovative, The Choose Your Own Adventure series was limited. Steve Jackson and Ian Livingston took the concept further by publis... more.
  • Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots (Review) iPhone 4, iPad, iPod Touch

    Posted by on October 30, 2011 under Portables, Reviews
    Ever wish you could slice and dice food with the best of the chefs? Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots by Halfbrick Studios (iPhone $0.99) is the answer for you. You need to chop and slice your way through various levels of flying fruit and slice the magic beans for extra lives, but be careful of the bombs that will explode when struck, taking one of your lives. The fruit includes tomatoes, pineapple,... more.
  • Food Processing (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on July 6, 2011 under Portables, Reviews
    Video games are usually play-tested before foisting them on paying customers.Therefore it's's baffling to think what Food Processing, an iOS arcade puzzler from Chillingo, went through (or didn't) between the "final" line of code and the App Store. Both the visuals and controls render this game largely unplayable, making a game that's not very original a rare instance where it's not even worth the... more.
  • Play Kalei (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on July 6, 2011 under Portables, Reviews
    Something different and still fun is a too-rare occurrence in the App Store, so when a game like Play Kalei lets you toy with the world through a kaleidoscope there's much rejoicing. A short cheer, but nonetheless spirited. I had an odd liking for kaleidoscopes as a kid, to the point of indulging in one of those overpriced yuppie desktop toys early in my professional career (alas, it's generall... more.
  • Dragon’s Lair II: Timewarp (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on June 27, 2011 under Portables, Reviews
    There's a reason Dragon's Lair has been rereleased ad nauseum despite its massive lack of player content. There's also a reason its sequel, arguably a much better game just rereleased in highly playable form for the iPhone, barely registers in the collective memory of gaming history. Dragon's Lair, of course, was a fascinating novelty in 1983 for its first-rate animation as much as its quirky l... more.
  • X-Men Arcade (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on June 21, 2011 under Portables, Reviews
    For the first time in its history, Konami's X-Men Arcade has arrived on a portable device. Identical in every way to its arcade counterpart, the iPhone version retains the action and gameplay of the coin-op. All six X-Men made it to the portable version: Cyclops, Colossus, Wolverine, Storm, Night Crawler and Dazzler. The side-scrolling, beat 'em up action takes place across 8 stages as you try ... more.
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