I could not quote scripture in my late teens, but I could tell you how many gold pieces a 25 foot length of rope cost. The 2nd Edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons sourcebooks were the religious texts of my teenage years, and today they've returned in truly epic form.
When you hear the term 'gamer' these days it's safe to assume that it refers to a person that regularly plays video games. Way back in 1985, however, "real gamers" carried leather dice bags, sat around paper-cluttered tables for hours on end and rarely possessed a pair of X chromosomes to rub together.
Are Mega Man's battle chips the same thing as a rapper's weed and alcohol? Houston-area rapper A.D.D. talks about the video game characters that inspire him, name-checking Kingdom Hearts, Metal Gear, and Tomba. Tomba?
Six months after being submitted for approval, IUGO Mobile Entertainment's A.D.D. - a package of mini-games ranging from silly to straight-up tasteless, finally has been cleared for sale on Apple's iTunes App Store.
IUGO Mobile Entertainment's A.D.D. has a lite version up on the iTunes store, but its full premium version has loitered in review purgatory for nearly three months. As a result, the dev has decided to pull out its free version.