Unlike some games, Flight Control HD feels right at home on the iPad. All too often I find games designed for gamepads rather than touchscreens. I don’t necessarily hate every game that utilizes gamepad controls on the iPad, on the contrary I find many of them to be quite fun. But I do believe game developers […]
Mirror’s Edge is a side-scroller with parkour inspired gameplay. Parkour is an international discipline that challenges runners to adapt their movement to overcome various obstacles along their path. Parkour in itself is a really cool concept, but could you actually create a compelling game around this concept? Mirror’s Edge takes place in an utopian city, […]
The first game I loaded on my new iPad was Words With Friends, I could barely contain my excitement, finally I could play my favorite word game on a nice large display, or so I thought. Apps designed for the iPhone and iPod touch are stretched on the iPad screen giving apps an ugly pixelated […]
Assassin’s Creed II Discovery first appeared in the App Store on January 7th, 2010. Shortly after its debut it was quickly removed from the App Store, although some lucky iPhone gamers were able to nab a few copies before it was removed.
SEGA’s latest App Store release, Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, offers four unique events to compete in — Skeleton, Curling, Figure Skating and Snowboard Cross.
We got our first glimpse of Vampire Origins back in April of 2009. The game was expected to appear in the App Store in July but oddly enough it never came. All mentions of Vampire Origins on Chillingo’s website were erased as well.