Released in 2009 for the Nintendo Wii, The Conduit was a "bland, but enjoyable" sci-fi first-person shooter with an interesting puzzle-solving twist. I wasn't a big fan — I only made it through the first two levels before becoming frustrated with the Wii motion controls and giving up. Now the game is out for…
Mobile's hottest boxing game is even hotter on Tegra-powered Android devices. It's out today on Google Play for $4.99.
I'm so used to writing about Tegra-powered Android devices that I'd completely overlooked Windows tablets and laptops powered by Nvidia's game-enhancing mobile processor. The blocky Windows RT TegraZone app is here to remind me.
Coming later this month from Fuhu Inc., the company behind the wildly popular Nabi line of kids' learning tablets, the Nabi XD is a 10.1 inch Tegra 3 powered Android tablet with near field communication technology and a style so distinctive I don't really care that it's aimed at tweenyboppers.
There was a period of my life during which I spent all of my time either playing pen-and-paper role-playing games or running from Wal-Mart to Wal-Mart in search of the hottest toys. This Week in Gaming Apps is dedicated to that guy. He would have loved this.
Sometimes there's so much beauty in Google Play, iTunes and the Windows Phone Marketplace I feel I can't take it; like my heart's going to cave in.
Each week dozens of new gaming apps are released across the various mobile platforms, imaginative original works trying to build a name for themselves in a crowded market. I'm not saying Zaxxon Escape and Super Bunny Breakout aren't fresh and entertaining—they've just got a bit of an unfair advantage.
What a long, strange trip the past five days in gaming apps has been, beginning with a big-eyed passionate plea for healthy exercise and ending in a strange world of shadow sea creatures, with a little LEGO thrown in for good measure.
The iPhone 5 started dropping into the eager fans of people that like to play games and make phone calls across the country, and those people need gaming apps. We've got your gaming apps right here, buddy.
There's a brand new iPhone selling out all over the world today. If I ordered one right now, I wouldn't receive it until January2016. I guess I'll keep myself occupied with this week's gaming apps.
Infinity Blade. Horn. The Dark Meadow. Developers are releasing amazing Unreal Engine 3-powered mobile games with such regularity these days that I was growing a little tired of talking about them. Then came Gameloft's first Unreal Engine 3 game, Wild Blood.
I take four days off and what do I return to? We've got Marvel's mightiest mashing things up, a creepy citrus fruit, a flatulent cat (had that anyway), a PC puzzler gone iOS and one hell of a hexagon. That's one pretty damn strange Week in Gaming Apps.
It's Labor Day weekend in the U.S., a time for sitting around reflecting on all things labor-related and the contributions workers have made to our country. Contributions like sitting on the can at work playing some gaming apps instead of working. Games like this week's five Gaming Apps of the Day!
One of our writers has been deathly afraid of moles all of his life. He says one of this week's Gaming Apps 'o the Day cured him of that fear. I say no so fast.
When an official video game based on the most successful mature animated series in the history of television is one of the least exciting items on the list, you know you're in for one hell of a Week in Gaming Apps. What's better than Homer Simpson?
This highly educational Week in Gaming Apps is brought to you by the letter T, the number 10,000,000, the sounds of jazz and the culture of Mexico.
Two iOS games, one iOS / Android combo, an Android exclusive and a special Windows Phone 7 version of a game that's now out on all three. How's that for diversity? Shut up, Blackberry.
"Diversify!" the people cried, and so our normal weekly roundup of five mostly iOS titles was invaded by a tiny ball of fluff only available on Microsoft-powered smart phones. What, you want Android games? I'm not even sure that's a real thing.
Your average Android phone is nice and portable, but the display sure is tiny. A full-sized Tegra tablet is a joy to work with, but a larger profile doesn't make for hours of comfortable gaming. With its seven inch 1280x800 HD display, Google's new mid-sized Tegra tablet is just the right size for hours of on-the-go…
There are many ways to celebrate the anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Some people host massive cookouts. Some shoot off fireworks. Others still throw parades. Here at Kotaku, we celebrate by limiting our daily gaming app spotlight to only four amazing games.