In July of 2016, thousands of people wandered out into streets and parks under the guidance of a hugely popular wildlife app. The app was Pokemon Go, and the wildlife did not, in any real sense, exist. Yet while Pokemon fans were attempting to collect fantastic—if ultimately digital—animals, some inevitably found real…
Along with the usual assortment of games, this week’s Nintendo Download includes the Switch’s first entertainment app, Hulu, which should be available later today. Can Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, Crunchyroll, Crackle, that comedy one and some sort of sports thing be far behind?
Last night, I opened the HQ app at 9pm to catch a round of trivia. While there are cash prizes on the line, making money isn’t the only reason why I, and the nearly 20,000 other players who joined me, are obsessed with this app.
A “click farm” is where fake ratings and rankings for mobile apps and social media posts are manipulated. Here’s a look inside.
Nintendo already released its first smartphone app Miitomo earlier this year. Now, apparently, it’s hiring more folks for future ones.
Playing PlayStation 4 games on your Vita is nice. Playing them on your PC with mouse and keyboard would be even nicer. Independent developer Twisted plans to release an unofficial Remote Play app for PC this week, but it won’t be free.
Of all the free-to-play mobile games I’ve”donated” to, none received more of my hard-earned cash than Big Blue Bubble’s magical monster music game. Now there’s a sequel, and I am already hooked.
It’s called “Screentendo”. It’s a desktop application built by Aaron Randall, and it allows you to turn a selection of the screen to something similar to a playable level of Super Mario Bros.
A whole bunch of vintage technology shows up in SuperMonkey’s video to make the 80s version of the popular dating app work on a home computer.
Focus, it's apparently what old people say young people lack these days. Well in China, a new mobile app seeks to use public humiliation as a means to help its users focus better. Oh, did I mention that this app was also a game?
If you've ever dreamed of being able to play a cutesy RPG with a character based on your cat, good news. Your dreams are apparently reality.
More than week ago, I got codes for the PlayStation Now beta and the Destiny Alpha. So, I opened up the PlayStation app on my iPhone to redeem them, only to be quickly reminded how bad the app is.
Unlike most replicas of the Pip-Boy 3000, the indispensable gadget of Fallout 3 and New Vegas, the one designed by Ashley Hennefer and her team has an actual, working geiger counter, real-time mapping and some other pretty cool sensors, all in glorious post-apocalyptic Fallout style.
Chinese action star Jackie Chan has appeared hawking a number of things in his life. He's even had a very popular children's cartoon show named after himself. This cartoon even spawn a video game—but today, we're here to talk about one of the lesser known Jackie Chan titles, Jackie Chan Martial Arts Legend.
Yesterday, a report from Japan's Nikkei newspaper asserted that Nintendo would be putting trailers, promotional info and mini-games about upcoming releases on smartphones. Now, a statement from Nintendo says that they won't exactly be doing that.
This year looks to be Nintendo's toughest. Nintendo, however, is looking to change that. Respected Japanese newspaper Nikkei reports that within this year, Nintendo apparently plans to use smartphones to win back gamers. Well, kind of.
Smart toilet? Ha, more like scary toilet that can suddenly run amuck and squirt water up your butt.
You've seen that draw the fucking owl meme image, right? It's a parody of a how-to draw book. Japan has a version of that, but instead of the owl, it features Draco Malfoy. You know, from Harry Potter.