Posts Tagged ‘Ipad’
When does an indie game stop being an indie game? This was a question I found myself wondering several times during my playthrough of Republique: Remastered, a full-HD PC and Mac port of the episodic mobile game from 2013. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign that almost didn’t make it, the mobile versions were a massive […]
An exciting development for fans of the Pokemon TCG out there. An image has been leaked and later confirmed of a Pokemon TCG app for the iPad! Whether this will be cross platform is yet unknown, since the PokeTCG has been available online for quite some time already. However, with the huge popularity of the […]
"There are a grand total of thirty additional cards have been included in the Curse of Naxxramas release, which allows for a lot of customisation within the decks."
This game is unique for one part alone; the combination of Real Time Strategy and First Person Shooter and being able to play both. Thats right, two game styles in one, which adds a new dimension to the game.
Hearthstone is something I sink a lot of my free time into, not because its addictive, not because its simplistic, but because its something I can pick up, play for ten minutes and put down again. It allows me to sit on my iPad and, not only socialise, but game without focus.
So I’ve had my iPad for a few years now and, even though other gadgets have come and inevitably gone, I still use it for everything. I mean, it’s so versatile; playing games, browsing the internet, listening to music, stalking social media, and a 101 apps for everything in between. My only gripe would be […]
As a pure Android type, I am occasionally made jealous by the hold that Apple’s devices manage to have on the video games industry. Whilst this latest announcement doesn’t have me hovering over the buy button for an iPad as much as Telltale’s The Wolf Among Us or Revolutionary Concept’s port of the Mega CD […]
So, I finally joined the mobile revolution and bought an iPad Mini. This is my “sort of review” – but I really don’t know enough about mobile and tablets to compare and contrast, so it’s more of a blog about the bloomin’ thing! Firstly, why did I buy it? Until a couple of months […]
Free-to-play developer Insight Studios have just launched a mobile version of their popular browser-based MMO Dragon Eternity for Android devices on the Google Play Store. This follows Facebook, iPhone and iPad releases earlier this week and promises seamless cross-platform support across devices so it’s never been easier for players to pick up and continue their […]
An extremely well-crafted experience which perfectly compliments Season One and builds up anticipation for the forthcoming Season Two. A true lesson in the potential of downloadable video game content and interactive storytelling.