Say goodbye to gravity. Everybody’s favorite bird-flinging physics game is back with an all-new entry — a title that brings the most changes and innovations since the original game. Angry Birds: Space takes its furious fowl into outer space.
As someone who adores adventure games, as soon as I saw The Tiny Bang Story appear in the App Store, I knew I had to play it. I took my time playing through its lush, hand-drawn world, and here’s my verdict.
What groundbreaking game would you expect to come next from the makers of Scribblenauts? Their answer might surprise you, but in a way, it’s every bit as innovative.
It’s magical the way that Moonbot Studios, creators of The Fantastic Flying Books of Morris Lessmore, imbue brilliant creativity and pure joy into everything they create. I have no idea how they do it, but I hope they never stop. Numberlys is a perfect melding of their glorious animation and the inventive ways they make […]
5th Cell, the developer behind iOS hit Scribblenauts Remix, is today releasing its next big game. It may even be out by the time you read this. It’s called Run Roo Run, and it’s a bold concept for a puzzle platformer that auto-downloads new levels weekly.
I love discovering awesome apps that I haven’t seen or heard anybody else talking about. Here’s a delightful gem that’s part game, part “experience,” and all fun. It’s perfect for kids and adults alike, and I guarantee it’s like nothing else on your iPad.
EA Games has been running a weeks-long promotion lately where a different game every day is sold for a one-day-only sale price of $.99 — or even free. Now they’ve upped the ante by reducing the price of EA’s (almost) every single iOS game to just a buck.
There’s something charmingly retro about the new Mac adventure game Age of Enigma. It doesn’t have state-of-the-art graphics or cutting edge game play. What it does have is a great story, terrific puzzles, and an engrossing whole package that’s much greater than the sum of its parts.
Each level starts with disjointed lines like these… Deceptively simple Blueprint 3D represents an entirely new kind of game: one specifically made for the touchscreen format of the iPad and iPhone, that wouldn’t work on any other kind of device.
A couple of days ago we reported about Apple opening the doors of its subscription service to games. Big Fish Games, a Seattle, Washington-based gaming developer, earned the distinction as the first gaming developer to come out with an app and offer a monthly subscription that will give subscribers access to games in Big Fish […]