Having a hard time keeping your soldiers alive or preventing Council nations from abandoning the XCOM Project? Take a look at our guide and see if that doesn't help. The post XCOM: Enemy Unknown – Tips, Tricks, Strategies, and Cheats For Beginner Commanders appeared first on 148Apps.
What if you couldn't see your enemies at all? Getting players to comprehend this was more complex than Brian Schmidt anticipated, and he writes about developing his game Ear Monsters here....
A Cautionary Tail is an interactive book that’s based on an Australian animated short staring Cate Blanchett. The book tells a tale about a girl who is born with a tail, featuring themes of loss, bullying, and being different, while exploring the importance of self-acceptance. Prepare to interact with the characters while listening to the [...]Show More Summary
Leawo Tunes Cleaner is free for a limited time. (Credit: CNET/CBS Interactive) If you're anything like me, you have an iTunes library you've amassed over the course of many years, one that includes everything from ripped CDs to Amazon MP3 purchases to song downloads from any number of outside sources. Show More Summary
How to set up backing tracks for live performance with OneTrack. The post How To: Using OneTrack for Live Music Shows appeared first on 148Apps.
Around these parts, we call Wednesday “Big Game Night.” Tonight’s the night when big developers usually release their games on the App Store in hopes that Apple will feature them tomorrow. Below, we’ve selected our picks for the biggest games hitting the market tonight at 11 p.m. EST. That’s also when the New Zealand App [...]
Keeping it simple, Swipes makes it easy to keep track of today's To Do list, without being confused by future tasks. The post Swipes Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Last October Illusion Labs sort of casually announced that Touchgrind 2, the sequel to their mega-hit iOS skateboarding game, was in the works. The original Touchgrind [$4.99 / $7.99 (HD)] was a landmark in the iPhone's history, showing the impressive 3D visuals and multitouch controls that the device was capable of all the way back [...]
Tale of Tales' entry into this year's IndieCade showcase at E3, Luxuria Superbia, is a joyful iOS experiment in sensuality. Gamasutra speaks with co-developer Auriea Harvey about the project....
NAK Studio's concept art for the iPhone 6 (click to enlarge). (Credit: Antoine Brieux of NAK Studio) The next iPhone -- or iPhones -- will most likely be released this fall, around a year after the iPhone 5 made its debut. Will it be called the iPhone 6? Probably not. Show More Summary
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a game about story. And not just the scripted, overarching pulp-y sci-fi one that it tells. But the one you weave on battlefield tapestries, as you gather enough resources to engage the alien threat. Your choices, your losses, your wins inform the experience, shaping a bigger picture that's, basically, unique to [...]
Games for Change, the New York City festival focused on the positive social impact of games, has revealed the winners of its 2013 awards, including the festival's coveted Game of the Year....
Get off the bike trial, grandma: Bike Baron is Starbucks’ Pick of the Week. In other words, if you download the game through Starbucks’ App, it’s free. It also goes nicely with a chai latte and a cookie. Bike Baron is an extreme biking game with a twisted sense of humor. You play as a [...]
Once again it’s Big Game Night, the night when developers usually release the biggest games on iOS, hoping that Apple will feature them on the App Store. Tonight at 11 p.m. EST, you’ll be able to litigate tough court cases, get strategic in dungeons, and more. Read on for our picks of the biggest games [...]
Five years ago, airport lounges were full of people pecking away at laptops. Now we see commuters’ fingers gliding across tablet touchscreens. That trend isn’t set to change in a hurry, either. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) research firm, shipments of tablet computers are set to surpass total PC shipments by 2015. “Total [...]
On this week’s podcast, Jer, Nadia, and Chris chat about a beloved Star Wars game possibly coming to iPad, and then launch into the games they’ve been playing on their iPhones and iPads. Click ahead to stream the show, check out our show notes, and download the thing if that’s more your speed. News: The [...]
While growing up, did you ever sketch out your own game worlds and ideas, only to find yourself stumped about how to actually bring them to life? Robin Rath, the founder of the software company Roundthird, has launched a Kickstarter for “Pixel Press,” an app that aims to automatically bring games from graph paper to [...]
It’s Memorial Day here in the US, which means it’s a perfect excuse for iOS developers and publishers to offer their games for a pittance on the App Store. We’ve combed through the sales and highlighted the best below. Read on and save. Free Death Golf – 2/4 – Review – (was $0.99) – Download [...]
So? What’s inside the cube already? The answer is “godhood.” After six months and millions of people tapping away at Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity – What’s Inside the Cube?, the rich, creamy center has been unlocked. The winner, Bryan Henderson from Edinburgh, will be granted divine control over Molyneux’s upcoming god-style video game, Godus. Henderson, who [...]
World War Z is a first-person shooter coming next week from Phosphor Games, the makers of Horn. It’s based on an upcoming movie that’s loosely based on a novel with the same title. I’ve read the book, I’m looking forward to the movie, and so far I’m enjoying the game. As the game opens, the [...]