Hooked Digital – the studio behind the breakthrough horror adventure “Haunting Melissa” (that presents itself as more of an interactive movie, than an actual game) – has announced tonight that it will be providing players with a promotional code via its social channels over the next several hours, that will …
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Ubisoft is tonight updating its popular sea adventure – Assassin’s Creed Pirates – with a massive content expansion pack. In fact, it’s so big that the company felt the need to issue a press release to announce it. Full details after the fold.
An interesting announcement coming from the folks over at Twitch.tv, this week. The service has launched a new Software Development Kit for iOS (and Android), that has been designed specifically to allow for the live-streaming of games being played on mobile devices – to others on the network.
As we await the kick-off of this year’s South By Southwest – a set of film, interactive music festivals and conferences, that take place every spring in Austin, Texas, (and which will, this month, include the first-ever iTunes Festival to be held in the U.S), a number of nominees for …
Over the last 24-hours, a number of notable app updates were pushed out to the iTunes App Store. Some of these updates are not worthy of mentioning all by themselves, so we went ahead and gathered the changelogs for each app version — complete with direct store links. Hit the …
Launching a new section on its App Store this weekend, Apple is for a limited-time offering players the chance to grab some of the store’s most-loved, hardcore games for a sheer fraction of their normal price. Full list after the fold.
The studio behind App Store hits Pocket Planes and Tiny Tower, NimbleBit has this week released a brand-new game for iOS – that will likely have you dancing.
Our friends at 148Apps (via Pocket Gamer) report tonight that famed skateboarder, Tony Hawk, has confirmed a new mobile game set to bear his world-class name – is incoming.
Dropping from their regular prices tonight, three of the App Store’s most-popular iOS games have been slashed (for a limited-time). The promotion includes: XCOM®: Enemy Unknown, FINAL FANTASY IV and BADLAND.
Over the past 24-hours, a number of notable app updates have been pushed out to the iTunes App Store. Some of these updates are not worthy of mentioning all by themselves, so we went ahead and gathered the changelogs for each app version — complete with direct store links. Hit …
The App Store has literally gone flapping mad. From Flappy Miley, to Flappy Devil, Ducks, Brains, Puppies, Pigs, Angels, Bees, Pants … and everything in-between. The list just goes on, following the public pulling of Dong Nguyen’s top-charting iOS game – “Flappy Bird,” earlier this month.
It’s clear, from a quick glance at the top app charts, that those browsing the iTunes App Store simply love downloading FREE apps, (especially when it comes to games). Recognising this fact, Apple is launching a new section on the App Store, this week, that will aim to highlight to …
The first deal of the weekend arrives courtesy of Bulkypix, who just dropped its modern remake of the retro classic – Another World™ – from its regular asking of $3.99, to its new impulse price of $0.99.
ChangYou, (the folks behind the arcade-inspired frenzy that is Max Axe), got in touch this morning to highlight the game’s recent successes on the iTunes App Store.
Blue Shadow Games is today dropping the price of both Naught and Naught 2 – to FREE.
After the fold, we highlight a selection of apps that have just made their official App Store debut. Being on the store for less than 24-hours, each is notable for both its attention-to-detail and art-style. To learn more about an app, just tap “app info.”
Despite Apple beginning its cutdown on the amount of ‘Flappy Bird’ clones it allows into its App Store, some game developers are perhaps showing just how easy it is to get past these new placed restrictions.
Apple has begun the process of rejecting attempted clones of popular game “Flappy Bird” from entering its App Store, according to a new report by the folks over at MacRumors.