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Fortify your cities, explore and engage in Planar Conquest
This new arrival to the App Store takes turn-based real-time strategy to new planes of existence.
| February 8
This Add-On Could Turn Your iDevice's Camera Into A Joystick
A team at Kelo University has found a way to use your iPhone's camera as a joystick.
| March 30
Tactile Feedback Controller Now Available For iPhone Gamers
With the iCade making a splash for iPad owners, the iControlPad looks to do the same for owners of the smaller iDevices. The attachment adds tactile feedback with buttons and analog sticks to your iDevice.
| July 12
Statistics Guru Distimo Says iOS Gaming On Meteoric Rise
Analysis firm Distimo has put together another chart touting the merits of iOS as your gaming god.
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| May 21
Apple Announces Game Center - Their Own Social Gaming Network
With Apple's OS 4.0 announcement they revealed Game Center. OpenFeint, Plus+, and Crystal respond: "Uh-oh"
| April 8
Review: AbstractWar 2.0 - Plus We're Giving Away Copies!
AbstractWar 2.0 is a space shooter with four different control modes including dual stick. It has a geometry wars type theme, with tons of particle effects and eye candy. Should you buy this game? Read on to find out. Plus we're giving away 10 copies.
| March 26
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is Coming to the iPhone, Not as a Book, but as a Game
You will soon be able to read Pride and Prejudice and Zombies on your iPad. You'll also be able to play Pride and Prejudice and Zombies on your iPhone/iPod Touch thanks to Freeverse. Read on to find out all the details about the upcoming game.
| March 24
From GDC: Sneak Peek - Assault Squadron Hands On Preview
While at GDC we met with Binary Mill who showed off their new game Assault Squadron which is a sci fi shoot em up. The game changes perspective from level to level giving you all kinds of alien enemies at 60 FPS. We have video from playing the preview build. Click through to find out all about Assault Squadron.
| March 24
Review: The Hero - Is This Game Truly Heroic?
The Hero has flown into the App Store, and after giving you a sneak peek it's time for the full review. Play as a Super Hero saving various cities from fire, zombies, giant insects, and aliens. Is this game worth $1.99? Read on to find out.
| March 22
Review: Ragdoll Blaster 2 - Is This a Good Sequel?
Ragdoll Blaster is one of the most popular titles in App Store history. The sequel is out, how does it compare to the first, and is it worth $2.99? Click through to find out.
| March 5
Sneak Peek: Hands On With Zombie Smash - Castle Defense with Zombies!
Zombie Smash is an upcoming zombie castle defense game. Flick the zombies, and use all types of weapons to defend your house. Plus a hands on video of the game in action. Click though to read all about it.
| March 3
Review: Tilt To Live - Hectic Tilting Madness?
You're an arrow, and you have to avoid tons of red dots that are coming to kill you. That's the setting for Tilt to Live, though it's not just avoidance. Go on the offensive with eight different weapons including nuke, laser blast, lightning, and vortex. Is it worth $1.99? Read on to find out.
'We Rule' is Live in Canada - Hands On Preview For the Rest of the World
We Rule is now live in Canada. We have some hands on thoughts and video of ngmoco's newest freemium game. We Rule is from the developers of Words with Friends and Chess with Friends. Find out all the details inside.
Review: Pig Rush - Pig Canabalt or Something More?
Pig Rush could be called Pig Canabalt? Is that devaluing the game, is it something more? Just tap for the pig to jump with a high, low, and double jump in his repertoire. Is it worth $0.99? Read on to find out.
| February 27
Review: Sparkle the game - Next Marble Shooter?
Sparkle is a brand new marble shooter to grace the iPhone. It's a fixed position one that is similar to Zuma, and in contrast to Luxor/Stoneloops. It's from the makers of Azkend, and has a similar story/quest mode to go with a gameplay we've seen before. Is it worth $2.99? Click through to find out.
| February 26