Ingress is something of a favorite with a big portion of the Android faithful, and now it seems the developers are set to bring it across to iOS in 2014. Speaking in a recent interview to AllThingsD, Brandon Badger Ingress product manager from Google's Niantic Labs outlines the plans:
Just days ago we heard from Square Enix about the launch of Final Fantasy VI for iOS this winter, and also that Final Fantasy VII may be on the cards down the line if all went well. Another day, another interview, another Square Enix producer and we're told that Final Fantasy VII on iOS or Android is "years away."
One of the numerous comments about the iPhone 5c case from Apple, is that those dots look like a Connect 4 board. Now, thanks to a new app called Flipcase, it can become just that; your very own game of Connect 4.
Announced at New York Comic Con this weekend, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have announced Batman: Arkham Origins, a new free-to-play brawler mobile action game coming first to iOS.
It isn't the newest game around – far from it – but if you're looking for a fun Mac game to pass the time in the not-too-distant future, Sega Superstars Tennis could be one to take a look at. Better yet, the first 40 pre-orders at MacGameStore will be able to get the game for 40% off the regular price, reducing it down to just $8.99.
Valve is making a play for the home console market with its planned introduction of Steam Machines, dedicated hardware devices that you hook up to your TV to play games downloaded through Valve's popular Steam service. The company is offering an innovative game controller for the system that it's showing off for the first time in a new video.
Betaworks has pushed out an update to addictive iOS favorite Dots, that for a one-time in-app purchase of $1.99 brings an all new Endless game mode. As it sounds, Endless mode is free of time limits, free of move quantity limitations, just load up and keep on playing. Perfect to earn those dots to buy yourself all the power ups you can handle.
Codemasters makes a pretty incredible F1 game for consoles, and they're back with a new title for iOS in F1 Challenge. As with the console games, F1 Challenge comes filled with more licenses than you wave a checkered flag at. The only drawback; it's based on the 2012 F1 World Championship, so the current driver and team combinations don't apply.