All Halfbrick Studios games for iOS are free to download today!
Rovio release the original Angry Birds game over four year ago and it has been one of the most popular games in the App Store since. And now it has launched Angry Birds Epic worldwide for iPhone and iPad.
Aspyr Media announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 & 3 video games are now available on the Mac. Full versions of both games that include DLC Packs are available for download through the Steam platform and can be purchased from Steam, Aspyr’s online store GameAgent.com, and other Mac game retailers.
Nintendo has filed a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) to take down a a Game Boy emulator called ‘GBA4iOS’.
The popular Game Boy emulator allowed users to play Game Boy Advanced, Game Boy Color, and original Game Boy ROM’s on their iPhones and iPads without the need to jailbreak their device.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie wont be in theaters till next month and Gameloft has now released the official game.
In the game, you will become the Amazing Spider-Man and New York is under threat. With villains like Electro you will have to restore safety in the Big Apple.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier wont be in theaters till April 4th, but the game which has been created by resident developer Gameloft has just hit the app store!
Update: EA said in a statement that it’s investigating the reports (via TheVerge):
“Privacy and security are of the utmost importance to us, and we are currently investigating this report… We’ve taken immediate steps to disable any attempts to misuse EA domains…”
A trailer was released to promote the latest in the N.O.V.A series, with the full release set to land in the UK and USA App Stores at around midnight. In terms of enjoyment and gameplay, this latest version will pack no serious surprises, brining users a total of ten levels to fight their way through against the enemy.
Add Griffin Technology on your wish list of iPhone-controlled helicopter makers (and Parrot’s AR.Drone and Keyword Shopping’s iHelicopter, if you haven’t yet). The Helo TC, announced today, works with a free iOS app that lets you control a twin-rotor helicopter by the means of touching virtual buttons or tilting your device. Interestingly, the app talks to the helicopter using an infrared battery-powered module attachable to your iOS device’s headphone jack rather than communicate via a wireless base station in your home or office.
Apple is reportedly providing select gaming developers with an ‘iPhone 4S’ device which uses the A5 processor, according to a 9to5Mac report.
They already have select developers working on versions of their iPhone applications that take full advantage of the next-generation iPhone’s speedier and much more powerful hardware. These developers, seemingly from high-level gaming outfits, have been given what is essentially an iPhone 4 but with an A5 processor instead of an A4. The device itself is virtually identical to the iPhone 4, and there is no way anyone can tell it’s not an iPhone 4 based on the phone’s exterior.