Dial this number, and it will take you to far away places.
Then let's pretend it looked this cool.
Are you an iPhone gamer? Android fan? Windows Phone addict? Xperia loyalist? While the mobile phone gaming industry has settled into a set of easily manageable platforms over the past few years, there's still plenty of choice. Which have you chosen?
Elation, sadness, calm, rage and confusion; these are the tools Mush uses to propel its puffball protagonist through colorful platform puzzle-worlds. Strange that all I feel while playing this award-winning Windows Phone 7 game is joy.
Windows Phone just can't catch a break when it comes to video games, can it?
The annual Consumer Electronics Show is the time for gaming peripheral makers to shine, and not many are quite as shiny as SteelSeries. They're doing up CES 2012 big with a tiny Bluetooth gamepad, some travel-friendly headsets, and mice, mice, mice.
Responding to our request for comment, Comcast officials say that they may credit people who lost service because of Irene. Read the full statement here.
Comcast customers who lost—or still don't have—cable, phone or Internet service in the wake of Hurricane Irene have a nasty surprise in store for them when they seek to get credit for their downtime. Comcast says they won't be crediting customers who lost service during the hurricane because it was an "Act of God".…
Bungie "Aerospace" filed a trademark for a new phone-based game called "Crimson" last week. The trademark is described as a "Computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones." and "Computer game software downloadable from a global computer network." [UPSTO.GOV]
If you're the owner of a brand-spankin'-new Windows Phone 7 device, then "Ilomilo" is a game you should play. But there's a catch.
We're down to the last day or so before the peak of consumerism kicks off, it's probably a good time to start thinking about what sorts of gifts you want to give and get this year during the holidays.
The MIX10 conference kicked off today in Las Vegas. Most of the stuff they'll be talking about puts me to sleep instantly, but Microsoft let us know to expect some Windows Phone 7 news to hit as well.
Now hang on a minute. It doesn't seem like five minutes since some gaggle of market pundits were proclaiming that the iPhone had turned the mobile games market inside out and pointing at developers rolling around in pits of cash like Scrooge McDuck. Well, that's all well and good, but a different gaggle of experts…
Will Wright gave an interview with Pocket Gamer during his trip to London. Although he was understandably not keen to talk specifics about his post-Spore plans he did profess a love for mobile gaming via his DS but didn't think that making mobile games (especially on mobile phones) more immersive was a good idea.…