Category: i-Phone

At one point or another, we all played Roller-coaster Tycoon. We were able to create our own brilliant, creative, and often deathly roller-coasters, ones that only our imaginations could conceive, and set them within our own theme park – obviously the most successful and popular park out there if you played your rides right. We…

In a recent ambitious development, the world of phone gaming could well become greater and better than ever before. In phone apps, sure, there are some pretty fun games, Temple Run, Angry Birds, various quiz games and social media apps, they have come a long way from the days of Snake and Tetris, and they…

After the creator of the absolutely addictive and insanely challenging mobile game ‘Flappy Bird’  decided that the popularity of the game ruined his “simple life”, he pulled it from the App Store and Google Play. Flappy Bird was reportedly making $50,000 a day in advertising revenue. When something is that successful and then disappears, there…

RALEIGH, N.C. – Dec. 10, 2013 – Imangi Studios, the founders of the smash success Temple Run series, are bringing early holiday cheer with Temple Run 2 updates. In one of the biggest updates since the game launched in January 2013, players can swim through raging rapids, discover mysterious masks, unlock a limited-time character and…

Last week marked the release of Game Insight’s new hidden object game, Love and Dragons, for iOS systems.  With no cost to download from Apple’s online store, the game seems an attractive option for those who like to blend their love for swords and sorcery with puzzle solving. The game opens on a dramatic note;…

Rovio has revealed their new karting game for their popular franchise, Angry Birds. Angry Birds Go! is a new app that will be available November 11th, and one that you can download completely free. From a casual glance, it is unfortunately apparent Rovio has stolen a great many ideas from the successful Mario Kart series…but…

In some early morning news that helped wake me right up, I was pleased to hear a new PlayStation All-Stars game had been announced. Then I kept reading, and found out the game was a promotion sponsored by Coca-Cola Zero… …and then I discovered it was a mini-game collection on mobile devices. Yeah. While being…