Entries in 'ipad' (227)
Having emerged as one of the biggest indie games success of 2010, PC hit Minecraft is getting an official port to Apple's iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPad.
Capcom has been warned by Apple that its hugely popular Smurf’s Village has earned the iPhone manufacturer a significant number of severe complaints.
Travis Boatman, EA Mobile VP of Worldwide Studios, claims there is huge market potential for core-focused mobile games.
Capcom’s Smurf’s Village could soon overtake Angry Birds in the iOS charts as the game that generates the most revenue.
Imagine Publishing has announced it has given every member of staff a free iPad.
Ray Sharma, founder of Canadian mobile developer XMG Studio, had some stern words of criticism for EA Mobile and Apple at the Mobile Games Forum in London today.
Norton is giving MCV readers the chance to win a Lotus Elise sports car, as well as Apple iPads.
Apple’s quarterly profit reached $6bn in the three months ending December 25th – a year-on-year rise of 77 per cent.
Gameloft has hit back at critics who say its games are clones of popular console titles such as Uncharted and God of War.
Online gaming firm Bigpoint is bringing some of its most popular titles to iPhone, iPad and Android devices in the first half of this year.
Gamers who find themselves frustrated by the lack of tactile feedback on the iPad may be interested in a new accessory coming from American peripherals specialist Ten One.
A range of titles released on the retro TurboGrafx-16 console are now available on the App Store.
Sqaure Enix constructed the world’s largest iPhone to mark the launch of the iOS version of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.
EA Mobile has dropped the price of the majority of its iPhone games range to $0.99 (59p).
An app version of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light will be released tomorrow.
Electronic Arts has released an app based around the Need For Speed Autolog.
This year’s most popular iPhone apps have been revealed – and the majority are games.
A new version of the iPad will allegedly hit shelves as soon as February 2011.
Infinity Blade will be available to download on iOS devices from December 9th.
UK developer Tag Games has landed a coup, signing a deal with BBC Worldwide to launch an official Doctor Who game for iPhone and iPad.
BBC Worldwide says its move back into video games is like ‘growing a new limb’ and that it could become a £50m business for the firm.