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Vote now for your favorite hardcore iPhone/iPad game! – TiPb Awards

What's your favorite hard core iPhone/iPad game?Market Research

The 2010 TiPb Awards are underway and it's time to vote on all your favorite social iPhone/iPad game of the year. You know what we're talking about. The ones where you pwn -- er, share with -- your friends. Where you try to oust them, out grow them, out shoot them, out build them, or just out spell them.

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Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 for iPhone and iPad - app review


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Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 for iPhone and iPad is definitely a game any Harry Potter fan should check out. From the very beginning you'll be completely immersed in the magical world of Harry we've all come to know and love. You'll start the game off playing as Harry. As you progress, you'll unlock more characters to play as. The controls are easy to learn and before you know it you'll be casting spells, brewing potions, and zooming around on a broomstick!

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Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 Now Available for iPhone, iPad!

Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 is now available in the App Store for $4.99. It's a universal binary but they do warn that iPad owners will need to wait for iOS 4.2.

The game features most of the scenes from the first four installments of the epic series including the Triwizard Tournament, the Quidditch World Cup, the basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets and much more. Aside from that you can also play as over 100 different characters while completing tasks and flying around on brooms! The game also takes advantage of the iPhone 4's retina display for an even better gaming experience.

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2010 TiPb Award for Favorite Addictive Game goes to...!

Your votes have been counted, your voices have been heard, and we're proud to announce the 2010 TiPb Readers Choice Award for Favorite Addictive iPhone/iPad Game goes to... Angry Birds!

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John Carmack and id Software release RAGE for iPhone and iPad!

From the creator of the classic first person shooters Wolfenstein, Doom, and Quake comes RAGE for iPhone and iPad. John Carmack and id Software have just released their first game designed solely for iOS. This gory FPS has all the blood, mayhem, and edge-of-your seat action that fans have come to expect from Carmack. The game has been designed with jaw dropping graphics and has a special HD version specifically made for the iPhone 4's retina display.

RAGE comes to your mobile device with the hit of the wastelands, Mutant Bash TV! This intense first-person rail shooter casts you in the starring role of a post-apocalyptic game show where you’ll be stalked by hungry mutants while you scour pulse-pounding levels for ammo and cash pick-ups. Make a deal with J.K Stiles, the show’s menacing host, and see if you have what it takes to survive this carnage-filled carnival of death!

A universal binary for the iPhone, iPod touch and the iPad, RAGE can be had in SD (standard definition) for $0.99 or HD (high definition) for only $1.99!! Will this be the killer iOS game of 2010? Check out the pictures and let us know what you think after the break!

[$0.99 - RAGE SD iTunes link | $1.99 - RAGE HD iTunes link]

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Angry Birds sequel and multiplayer coming

The highly popular game Angry Birds has a sequel on the way. This isn't simply Angry Birds 2, however. Rovio CEO Peter Vesterbacka announced that it would be from the pigs point of view. Angry Pigs, perhaps?

In addition, Vesterbacka announced that they are working on a multiplayer version of Angry Birds.

Multiplayer Angry Birds will be like old school Worms games. Multiplayer is a priority, but we have not determined the best way for our players to experience it yet.

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Muggles and Wizards Rejoice: LEGO Harry Potter Coming Soon to iPhone and iPad

If you are a fan of anything Harry Potter then you should be happy to know that LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 for iPhone and iPad will be hitting the App Store soon.

Unless you're a true Muggle, you already know this game will focus on Harry's first four years at Hogwarts and his struggle against you-know-who, but here are the details:

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 will bring the world of LEGO Harry Potter to life on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, giving gamers the power to play with LEGO characters and models in a brand new way. Based on the first four Harry Potter books and movies, LEGO Harry Potter builds on the foundations of previous LEGO videogames by offering a mix of fun, accessible gameplay and light-hearted humour – which appeals to all ages. Players will explore and feel as though they are ‘at Hogwarts’.

Are you excited to see not only a LEGO game but a LEGO Harry Potter game hit the App Store? Tell us if you will soon have a new addicting game that you will be practicing your magic on in the comments below!

Check out a few sneak peek screenshots after the break!

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Vote now for your favorite social iPhone/iPad game! – TiPb Awards

Favorite social iPhone/iPad game?customer surveys

The 2010 TiPb Awards are underway and it's time to vote on all your favorite social iPhone/iPad game of the year. You know what we're talking about. The ones where you pwn -- er, share with -- your friends. Where you try to oust them, out grow them, out shoot them, out build them, or just out spell them.

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Want to play iOS games on your big screen TV?

We've seen iPhones used to control iPad games before but now it looks li Looks like our dreams of using our iPhones as a controller while playing iPad games on our TV are coming true. Big Bucket Software is the first to make it happen.

The Incident is a retro-style action game available on the iPhone and iPad that has a controller mode which allows use of your iPhone as a controller for the iPad. In their next update, you will be able to use your iPad as a console (with video out) so that you can play the game on your TV. This is very exciting and we can't wait to try it out.

Now it's time to dream further. Sure, using AirPlay to stream the game directly to Apple TV would be awesome, but it'd be even more awesome and much more elegant for Apple to open up the SDK of Apple TV and allow developers to make games that can be purchased directly with Apple TV. Pair this with Game Center, and Apple could make a decent competitor in the console business.

To see a video of The Incident in action, follow us after the break!

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Vote now for your favorite addictive iPhone/iPad game! - TiPb Awards

Favorite addictive iPhone/iPad game! - TiPb Awardsonline survey

The 2010 TiPb Awards have begun and it's time to vote on all your favorites. This time it's for your favorite addictive iPhone/iPad game of the year. You know the type, you get it, you download it, you start to play it, you can't stop. You don't eat. You don't sleep. You. Just. Can't. Stop.

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