Entries in 'iphone' (390)
Touchscreen need not play second fiddle to physical controls in the first person shooter sector, DeNA’s Ben Cousins argues.
Apple is on the ropes as customers flock from iOS to Android, right? Perhaps not.
The iPad Mini was once a product of conjecture, though soon became very real, with Apple launching the 7.9-inch tablet to appease consumers on a lower budget while competing with ...
Ubisoft’s expert handling of its Rayman IP on iPhone has been named as Apple’s iPhone Game of the Year for 2012 in the UK.
The Pokémon Company International has today confirmed the release of Pokédex for iOS.
It’s not often that you get to see the Activision logo on your iDevice screen.
Zoombugs has released a new Manchester United themed app on the Apple App Store.
Apple’s range of iDevices dominate the Christmas lists of kids aged 6-12 in the US.
OpenFeint, the first real equivalent of Xbox Live on smartphone, is to be closed on December 14th.
One of the more popular iOS games of late has been forced to drop its free-to-play model and instead ask players to pay up front.
The tide turning? Or an expected Apple lull as it transitions from the iPhone 4S to the iPhone 5?
The iOS version of Microsoft’s Smartglass is now available to download on the Apple App Store.
Publisher Square Enix has dismissed the notion that free-to-play is the only business model for mobile.
Cult ultra-violent PC indie hit Hotline Miami could be on its way to a release on PS3 and PlayStation Vita.
The on-going strength of iPad and iPhone has propelled Apple to yet another quarter of astonishing profits.
Gearbox’s iOS Borderlands spin-off has at last been detailed and given a release date of October 31st.
Former Windows Phone exclusive DoDonPachi Maximum is to be released on iOS this week.
The best thing is, you can’t bury digital games in the desert!
Sega’s classic arcade and Dreamcast hit Crazy Taxi is screeching its way onto iOS.
Mobile sensation New Star Soccer 5 has been downloaded more than one million times on iOS.
Ubisoft has revealed both a (perhaps surprise) new entry in the Call of Juarez series as well as an iOS outing for the rejuvenated Rayman.
UK startup app publisher Appynation has taken the brave move of calling out six sites that it says routinely charge publishers and developers to review their games.
The World Ends With You – Solo Remix has landed on App Store, with Square Enix once again slapping a large asking price for one of its iOS ports.
The question, of course, is whether or not gamers still seek the kind of ‘rich’ handheld experience that portable games consoles offer.
Popular iOS action adventure Infinity Blade has undergone an interesting transformation – it has been turned into a political beat ‘em up.