The Walking Dead game for iOS is lurching towards parity with its PC counterpart, having recently launched episode three of its zombie-filled storyline. The survival-horror game puts you in the shoes of Lee, who has been thrust into protecting a small girl from the horrors of a ravaged world while running from his own checkered past. The cel-shaded art style mimics the original comic series, but still maintains its own independent plotline that grows every episode.
SEGA has announced that they're bringing their classic video game Crazy Taxi to the iPhone and iPad later this month. If you're unfamiliar with the game, Crazy Taxi is racing game where you must barrel through traffix packed streets, hurdle off parking garages, and perform other crazy stunts to score up the most fares.
A long time ago -- in mobile years -- in a country far, far away -- unless you live in Finland -- a small company called Rovio created a game called Angry Birds which went on to become a franchise, and is now trading slingshots for light-slings with the mother of all modern franchises -- Star Wars.
Every week, the editors at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include an iPhone 5 case, an RPG game, a movie, and a popular photography app.
After what feels like an eternity since Angry Birds maker Rovio teased that they were working on a game that was from the pigs point of view, Bad Piggies is finally here. I wouldn't call it a "sequel" to Angry Birds, however, because it doesn't feature the birds at all. Instead, it's an entirely new game featuring only the pigs -- and it's awesome!
While a lot of folks were worried that game developers would be gritting their teeth over having to adapt to the new screen ratio on the iPhone 5, lots of devs have already updated their apps and will have them ready and optimized the second you get your mitts on your shiny new iOS 6 device. We've farmed up some of the best games without the letterboxing right here.
Bad Piggies enjoyed its first gameplay trailer today, revealing that players will build rickety vehicles to transport the pigs to the eggs they love so dearly. We had heard that Rovio was working on a new game that had something to do with the nefarious pigs in Angry Birds, and that game is quickly approaching release.
Moon Shark has just announced Verticus, an endless-falling game made in collaboration with comic book legend Stan Lee. The gameplay will seem familiar if you've ever played Falling Fred, minus the gore, and plus the super hero badassitude.
iOS gamers will likely remember the iControlPad, an accessory that launched last year to offer physical controls to the sticklers that can't abide by on-screen controls. The iControlPad guys have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund their next product, the iControlPad 2. It's making a bunch of marked improvements, including open source code, a swivel mechanism to stow the controller away when not in use, and a full keyboard for typing.