Talking about the sleek new look of iOS 7 at the WWDC keynote today, Apple's Craig Federighi shows off the new bubble-fied version of Game Center, quipping "Game center — we completely ran out of green felt." Thank goodness.
Game Center is really acting up today.
The next operating system for the iPhone—iOS 6—comes with a few new nifty features and updates. You'll see a couple of those new features in Apple's Game Center, the leaderboard hub where you can track your friends' progress in various iOS games.
Apple's mobile Game Center application will soon launch on its desktop operating system, allowing you to share scores and games between platforms, the company said today at its WWDC keynote.
Apple needs Gaming as much as Gaming needs Apple. The games business at Apple currently is, as Steve Jobs said about the Apple TV, a "hobby". Tim Cook agrees – you guys aren't changing the world with this one. But you sure can! Steve Jobs famously said Apple strives to be at the intersection of technology and liberal…
Apple's game-centric social network will be extending to the manufacturer's desktops and laptop when the latest update to its operating system rolls out later this year. See more about Mountain Lion at Gizmodo.
According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, ""67m users signed up. Adding achievement points, photos, friend recommendations…" [Live.GDGT.com]
Earlier this year, Blizzard attempted to introduce a "real ID" system, whereby users on the company's forums would have their real names shown. It, uh, didn't go down very well. So why has Apple now done exactly the same thing?
This week, the 22nd Prize Fair was held in Japan. The event showcases goodies that players can win in Japanese arcades while playing crane games and their ilk. The 22nd Prize Fair? These companies must know what they're doing. They do. Let's have a look!
Months after the launch of Apple's much lauded Game Center, the iPhone gaming platform is still in need of quite a bit of work. In this article MTV's Russ Frushtick walks us through what needs doing.
If there was ever any doubt that Apple was serious about making a splash in the world of gaming, then the launch of its new online social gaming service Wednesday should certainly put those doubts to rest.
Apple's one-stop-shop for iPhone gamers and gaming, the Game Center, just went live with the release of the iPhone's 4.1 firmware update. Here's a run down of what you can expect once you get it installed.
Friends lists, matchmaking, and a unified multiplayer gaming experience come to the iPhone in next week with the release of Apple's Game Center in iOS 4.1.
Not to be outdone by Target's recent in-store game department remodeling, Walmart launches its online Gamecenter, a one-stop shop for video game previews, first-look exclusives, and special offers on the latest games, including a $50 eGift card preordering three games.