You’ve got yourself an iPhone and you want to play some games on it. You might not want to just plunge into the App Store—it’s a jungle, full of deadly spiders, wild animals, and bad games. Here, let us help you.
The fourth generation Apple TV went on sale Friday morning, finally giving Apple’s set-top box the ability to play video games. It’s no gaming revolution, but it’s off to a pretty good start.
Today in Japan, Nintendo announced its first smartphone game. It’s a free-to-play title and called Miitomo.
Happy Wheels has been on the internet for a long time. You’ve probably played it, or watched a YouTuber play it, or at least heard of this gruesome ragdoll physics game. Well, now it’s on iOS—and I dove in to see whether or not it still holds up.
Last night before hitting the sack I set two alarms. One so that I could wake up this morning and come to work, like I always do. Another, so I could wake up at 4am: that’s when my vault dweller was supposed to return home.
Earlier this week, while playing Square Enix’s Chaos Rings III on the iPad, I was asked to name my favorite food via text field. I am not proud of what happened next.
Mad Catz' engineers have gone insane.
What fresh new wrist-based interactive entertainment can we expect to see when the Apple Watch launches next spring? How do you feel about arm wrestling?
Yesterday we learned that King.com, makers of the wildly popular game Candy Crush Saga, had submitted a trademark application for the word "Candy" that would block other game-makers from using it in their game titles. This has struck more than a few people as more than a bit ridiculous, and some people are responding…
2013 was the year of Candy Crush Saga. It was on television, in music videos, and — most importantly — it was in the hearts and minds of millions of mobile gamers around the globe. Let's see if one of these ten alternatives can't dislodge it.
On December 4, when you were doing whatever you were doing, a gamer who goes by the name of Artio was apparently chartering a plane to fly her to a remote town in Alaska. Why? So she could make a particularly powerful move in the video game Ingress.
Stop watching movies on your iPad. Stop browsing the web.
Apple's App Store turns five this week (it first opened on July 10, 2008), and to celebrate, many of the biggest and best apps - including games - seem to be going on sale for, well, nothing.
With Steve Jobs no longer around to tell us these things aren't elegant enough for his device, it appears we'll finally get a proper gamepad for the iOS this year. This will be one of them, made by Logitech.
Look, let's not call them prayers. Rather, you can say that your deepest desires were answered when you got a shiny new smartphone or tablet under the Christams tree today. Sure, you'll need it to stay on top of the ungodly pressures of modern life but, dammit, you need some good games for your tech slab, too.