Posted by Adam | Jul 19, 2011 | Comments 0
Indie developer Pawin Thepbanchaporn today announces Typeaholic 1.1.3 for iOS, his texting/typing game where players must type the words in colored rectangles, exploding them, before they reach the top of the screen. Continuously falling from above, the blocks of words obey the laws of physics, stacking and collapsing. Users may type any word at any time, and power-ups and combos enliven gameplay. Designed for one player, or two, via Game Center or Bluetooth, the game tests typing and strategy.
Posted by Adam | Jun 09, 2011 | Comments 0
A Single Pixel today announces Rocket Gold 2.0 for iOS, a major update to their realistic rocket and gravity arcade game. With two hands in landscape mode, players maneuver a small capsule with a single thruster, pick up large fuel orbs from the Moon’s surface, and tow them to their destination. Players control rotation of the capsule, its thrust and plasma cannon. Besides the complex physics of objects of high mass in low gravity, players must contend with various weapons guarding the orbs.
Posted by Press Releases | May 17, 2011 | Comments 0
Boca Raton, Florida – Pool Break 1.0.2 is a visually stunning, realistic and interactive 3D Pool game designed for the universal Apple iOS platform. Pool Break lets you play Pool, Snooker and several other table games. You may play either against a very competent AI or online against other iPhone, iPad and iTouch users and even cross-platform against Android users. Full text chat is supported for increased interactivity and lots of fun during online games.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 22, 2011 | Comments 0
Cupertino, California – Announcing that Notebook Press, the developers of Bocce, has released their latest update. Notebook Press today released Bocce 3.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Bocce is the only app on the market today that provides a realistic bocce playing experience. Players must try to get balls closest to a target and gain fifteen points to win a game. The game is fun for all ages and thanks to the larger screen of the iPad, older people now find it easier to enjoy the game.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 21, 2010 | Comments 0
Rome, Italy – Announcing that Mobisle and OOCL, the developers of Prank Calls-Pallaudio, have just released the latest update for iPhone users. Prank Calls-Pallaudio 1.7 lets users easily end awkward phone calls or stall for time by using realistic sound effects, making the caller think the user is somewhere other than where they actually are. By placing the call on speaker phone, Prank Calls-Pallaudio 1.7 can add sounds to make the caller believe the user is stuck in traffic, at the market, caught in bad weather, or dozens of other places. This app is perfect for making prank calls to friends or covering one’s own tracks.
Posted by Press Releases | Jul 02, 2010 | Comments 2
Seoul, South Korea – Nate Games, creator of dozens of exciting mobile gaming apps for the iPhone and iPod touch, today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of Great Tank War 1.0, their newest action-packed game. Great Tank War is a fully-rendered 3D arcade-style combat game that takes players on a historically accurate journey through the battles World War II. Great Tank War is available on the iTunes App Store.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 23, 2010 | Comments 0
London, England, UK – Announcing that Intelligenti Publishing, the developers of Dracula HD, has launched a first-of-its-kind application. Thanks to a flexible custom development, Dracula HD presents a realistic series of journal entries, letters and newspaper clippings that reveal, piece by piece, Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The App’s visual presentation is beyond what has been possible or released before, to take users to a new level of book enjoyment in a mobile platform.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 19, 2010 | Comments 0
Mexico City, Mexico – Atinco America today is pleased to introduce Traffic Control Game 1.0, their traffic control simulation for the iPhone and iPod touch. A virus has infected the computer that controls the city’s traffic lights. Human operators/players must take over and try to achieve the smoothest flow of traffic and fewest accidents on the busy city streets of Miami. By controlling different stop lights at intersections, players prevent collisions and traffic jams while ambulances, motorcycles, school buses, sports cars, tractor trailers, buses, police cars, fire trucks and cars travel at various speeds. Streets are seen in overhead view, complete with homes, buildings, lanes, tunnels, lights and vehicles.