EA has placed a whole bunch of their iPad games on sale for a limited time, with prices ranging from $2.99 all the way down to $.99. We also have a nice selection of photography apps, children's books, and hit games from some of the smaller App Store developers.
The sequel to controversial iPhone game, "Edge," is about to be released on the App Store. It is coming Thursday, August 25, and will offer support for the iPad as well as iPhone. The original was embroiled in controversy due to copyright battles over its title.
Although details remain sparse, Mobigame is expected to release Edge Extended sometime this summer. The game will be a follow-up to the company's popular Edge game for the iPhone/iPod touch. The Paris, France-based company made the announcement via its Twitter feed.
You play as the Perfect Cell trying to escape from a submarine base, and destroy everything in your way not taking no for an answer. From the makers of Edge comes a new take on action iOS games. Read on o find out all about it.
With that nasty trademark dispute finally out of the way, Mobigame has been able to focus on bringing new features and enhancements to their acclaimed puzzle platformer, and that's just what they have done with the first substantial update to Edge since May.
While the iPhone 4 boasts a larger battery than any previous iPhone, it also brings with it several new features that could be battery draining. So, just how does battery life stack up in the real world compared to its predecessors?
Trucker's Delight: Episode 1 is based on a popular music video and now you take the wheel of an 18 wheeler tracking down a hot blonde. Does it compare to the music video, and how does it rate as a game alone?
Cross Fingers is a brand new game from Mobigames, the developers of Edge, and the game was released today. It's a twist on the tangram style puzzle that will require you to cross your fingers using the iPhone multi-touch. Is it worth $0.99? It it even more? Click through to find out.