What's up, bronies and pegasisters? If you've been dreaming of a My Little Pony game for your iPhone and iPad, THEN YOUR DREAM HAS NOW BECOME A REALITY.
Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is one of the most anticipated iOS titles for action junkies, and Gameloft recently released the first in a series of developer diaries showcasing the development of the latest entry in this popular first-person shooter series.
Goooooooaaaaaaaaaaal!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Who doesn't love screaming that out every time someone scores on the field or you manage to toss a four-pack of toilet paper into your shopping cart from the other side of the aisle? Now you can scream the word to your heart's content with the fun, and free, Real Soccer 2013.
If Gameloft's newest offering is any indication, zombies are starting to realize just how bankable they are at the box office. In Zombiewood, which will be available in the App Store on October 31, hordes of undead will shuffle their way into tinsel town, looking for their big break. Or big brain?
The great thing about iOS gaming is you can play some awesome games no matter where you're at, without having to carry around extra peripherals to enjoy them. Now a new controller has hit the market with the hopes that iOS gamers used to touch controls will want some real buttons to play with.
Football season is here and that means the market is going to be flooded with football games, which is fine by me. Is NFL Pro 2013 championship material? Or it is the replacement ref of the National Football League?
The Modern Combat series is one of the most popular amongst gamers, and a brand new trailer just debuted for their latest entry, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour.
I've been playing first-person shooter games on the PC since the days of Wolfenstein 3D. I love how they immerse you into their world and you feel like you're right there on the battlefield. Whether you're fighting against Nazis or outer space aliens, first-person shooters were always fun to play. Can an iOS FPS like N.O.V.A. 3 be just as awesome on the new iPad or iPhone?