The classic PC game Max Payne is set to arrive on the iOS platform next week, April 12th to be exact. Rockstar has announced that it will have the original version of Max Payne ready for iOS next week and it will be called Max Payne Mobile.
Draw Something has been a whirlwind success over the last month, culminating in the purchase of its developer, OMGPOP, by Zynga earlier this week. Draw Something's popularity is really pretty astonishing, considering how simple the game is. If you haven't had a chance to try it out, here's the premise: you draw something, and your friend tries to guess what it is.
We're pitting two iPhone and iPad games against one another that are all about settling a brave new world. On the one side, we have the digital adaptation of the classic board game, Catan. In the other, we have a veteran PC title that's made the leap to mobile, called The Settlers.
Need something to help you stay awake after waiting in line all night for the new iPad? A bunch of new iOS games can help you out there. We've got the cream of the iPad gaming crop listed here; some are already optimized for the new Retina display, some will be available shortly, some will look great as they are. Take a look at the list, and stock up!
The new iPad has a screen resolution that rivals HDTVs, an ample graphics processor, and a willing legion of developers. Is there any good reason why it wouldn't start replacing dedicated gaming consoles?
EA has severely underestimated the popularity of any game that involves characters and voices from the hugely popular animated TV series The Simpsons. After releasing its latest game called The Simpsons Tapped Out, it has now embarrassingly had to remove it from the App Store as its servers are being slammed and user experience is being badly affected.
Double Fine, one of the zaniest indie game developers out there, recently decided that they would fund their next game through Kickstarter in order to get around the usual publisher restrictions. After blowing their funding target out of the water on the first day, the upcoming point-and-click adventure title will be coming to select iOS and Android devices too!
Hasbro has announced that its next release of Lazer Tag guns will use your iPhone or iPod touch to provide augmented reality and a heads up display. The Lazer Tag guns can accept an iPhone or iPod touch which is slotted into the gun in a purpose made holder.