I don't know how I feel about Real Steel, sometimes I'm brainwashed by robots beating the crap out of each other and other times I just think how ridiculous it is. It doesn't matter when it comes to the iPad game though because it's a basic fighting game, only with robots as the characters.
We think the iCade is quite the awesome. Atari obviously thinks so too because they're making their own version. Called the Atari Arcade Duo Powered, it gives your iPad a classic arcade joystick and buttons to play classic Atari games.
It's like Tiny Tower which was like SimTower but instead of building a skyscraper you're outfitting a mall. And nothing is more nostalgic (and/or fun) than re-living your mall hangout days, right? You can build your own now!
All I will say about this is that if you consider lending your iPad to your feline for some browser-based cat-game fun, please oh please wear a screen protector. Won't someone think of the chiiiiildren! [Games For Cats]
Shadow Era, our previous app of the day and my favorite card game for iOS, just got a pretty big update. There are 23 cards—including armor and weapons—offline play, older device support, and some multiplayer changes. The downside is some people are seeing some bugs, so you might want to hold off until those are…
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…
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?
Click to viewAngry Birds. So addictive! Which is probably why we don't notice that there are some serious logic gaps in both bird and pig strategies. George S. Patton, they're not.
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.
It isn't easy being an adventure gamer these days—especially one who gets off on the vintage and oft-forgotten stuff. Lucky for you, Dragon's Lair—the hilarious, laserdisc classic, has a new home on the iPad.
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.
The non-stop product leak service kindly provided by the FCC has delivered another gem today, with Griffin's iPhone and iPad "PartyDock" popping up for certification. If you can't get enough of plastic gaming accessories, your luck's in.
There's something incredibly satisfying about watching a torpedo shoot from your battleship and crash into your opponent's submarine with a booming sound. There's something even more satisfying about watching this happen from the safety of your iPad.
It's pricey at a tenner per download, but anyone who's played Splinter Cell Conviction on the iPhone can vouch for the quality of the Xbox 360 port.
Fruit Ninja, an iPhone favorite, is coming to the iPad this week, the bigger dojo allowing for more luxurious, 8-finger multi-touch slashing and head-to-head competition against other players. Bigger, riper fruits and craftier ninjas? Sounds good to me. [TouchArcade]