Posted by Gwen Phua | Jan 25, 2011 | Comments 3
Are you ready for a dark adventure? Step into Dead Space™ by Electronic Arts. While it bears the same name as the console and PC game released much earlier, Dead Space for the iOS is actually a sequel to the original game and a prequel to Dead Space 2. You’ll play as an engineer code-named Vandal. The Church of Unitology sends you on a secret mission to a mining colony called the Sprawl. Unfortunately, after you complete your assignments, things go very wrong and Necromorph horror descends.
Posted by Press Releases | Jan 18, 2011 | Comments 0
Saint-Ouen, France – Fingerlab studios, an innovative mobile application developer focused on designing games for the mobile marketplace, today announces a sale on Multipong that will see the game’s price reduced from $3.99 to only $0.99 for a limited time only. Created for use on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running on iOS 4.1 or later, Multipong is a technically updated multidirectional offshoot of perhaps the most famous videogame of all time, Pong. Featuring well polished graphics, a variety of stadium themes and the capability to allow for dynamic live multiplayer action, Multipong is currently available for download on the Apple App Store for the discount price of only $0.99 for a short time only.
Posted by Press Releases | Jun 09, 2010 | Comments 0
Geneva, Switzerland – Rudicubes today is pleased to announce Cubz 1.1, an update to their futuristic, 3-D Sliding Puzzle game for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad HD/native (an iPad-only version is included). It is based on the Slide-15 Puzzle game where players maneuver 15 numbered tiles into numerical order inside a 4×4 plastic frame. Cubz challenges the puzzle-solver to order cubes instead of tiles. Always, there is one empty position in the grid, allowing the player to strategically slide tiles/cubes horizontally or vertically, one space at a time. There are three modes: 8 cubes in a 2-D 3×3 grid, 17 cubes in a 3x3x2 grid, and 26 cubes in a 3x3x3 grid (27-1=26). Each mode contains three levels of difficulty, and cube arrays may be rotated in 3-D space.