Super Mario Run is finally here. Announced in September, it is the first time that Nintendo’s most famous character will have a game on smartphones, and it’s exclusive to the iPhone and iPad.
It looks like Big Fish's pleasure at launching the first game subscription app for iOS has been replaced by pain and confusion, as Apple's pulled the rug from underneath them.
You're familiar with Hobo With a Shotgun by now, aren't you? What started as a joke trailer in Quentin Tarantino's Grindhouse was later turned into a real movie that should be hitting theaters next month. Until then, you're strongly encouraged to get your homeless vigilante on with the 8-bit HWaS iOS game. The three…
Click to viewThis Kickstarter project from Joystickers, a Chicago-based mobile accessories startup, features two nice looking styluses, but they're not what I'm excited about. No, the real I'm-gonna-kick-a-few-bucks-their-way appeal comes with the Classic, a set of simple, stick-on videogame buttons for iPhones,…
This street beat-em-up seems like it would make a good transition to the tiny screen. I'd prefer a physical D-pad to the virtual one for precision, but DD isn't about precision. It's about punching every last person you see. [Joystiq]
While I was checking out The 7th Guest for iPhone, the one thing I couldn't help but think was: Why is this so much faster now than when I played it 17 years ago on a PC?
Flight Control, the uber-popular iPhone game, recently got an update on iPhone and iPod Touch to include online multiplayer through Game Center. The new multiplayer mode (already available on iPad) is just as addicting as the single player: you land either red planes or blue helicopters and yellow planes and send the…
The Incident, one of our favorite iOS titles at Giz, has a new version out—and it's a biggie. If you've got an iPad and video-out cable, you'll now be able to use your iPhone as a TV controller.
If old school graphics and traditional RPG gaming are your flavors of choice, EA's Heroes Lore III might make its way onto your iOS device soon. The game—a port of a Korean title—claims 30 hours of SNES-style enjoyment.
Mega Man II. Resident Evil 4. 1942. All those Capcom iOS games, along with a handful of others, are on sale this weekend for a buck. Guess I know how I'm spending the next couple of days.