To channel the late great Chris Farley: Do you remember the part in Apollo 13 (the movie and the real-life NASA crisis), where they used the Moon's gravity to slingshot their crippled space shuttle around and back to Earth? That was awesome. That is also essentially the setup for Falanxia's Spaced Away, an iPad 2 game…
It's always wonderful to see a worthy indie game slowly bud and blossom over time.
Last night I sat in front of an arcade machine in a darkened room of my house and played '80s arcade games until well past midnight.
Although no one seems sure what exactly happened, reports are coming out that fights broke out between staff and customers at this Beijing Apple Store today. We're talking bloodied faces and broken glass here. All over the new iPad?
The latest update for killer iPad racing game Real Racing 2 HD adds the ability to play the game in 1080p at 30 frames per a second using your iPad as the steering wheel.
As of March 2011, Apple has sold more than 108 million iPhones, 19 million iPads and 60 million iPod touch devices, according to a recently filed lawsuit against Samsung. That's more than 180 million iOS devices, an impressive number that's quickly catching up to the combined install base of the Nintendo DS and PSP. […
No, it's not bad, like you expected it to be.
Tablet devices are on the rise, giving tech savvy consumers a convenient way to check their email, search the web, read the news, and shop online, after they've finished playing games. A recent survey shows tablet owners are using their high-tech toys to play games more than any other activity.
Simple truth about the iPad 2: Maybe it won't make you feel the way it makes me feel. Maybe it won't replace your laptop. Maybe it could be even thinner and lighter. But there is nothing else like it. [Gizmodo]
Computer, console, phone, tablet: The more devices that can play games the better for gamers.
The iPad 2 is here. And yeah, it's pretty great. Despite the early looks, we're still finding surprises. Like? The screen is definitely better than the original iPad's. That's just the beginning.
John Gruber of Daring Fireball, reviewing the iPad 2, had a developer friend write a quick testing suite for the tablet's upgraded graphics: