Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Shatter Alley Hates Bricks And You Equally [Review]

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Video games have always had some weird vendetta against bricks. That paddle in Breakout, Mario, Simon Belmont in Castlevania … they all busted up blocks like they caught them stealing their lunches. Shatter Alley by Dojotron Category: iOS Games Works





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Which iPad Manual Rules The Roost?

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This story first appeared in Cult of Mac Magazine. In Apple’s drive toward simplicity, one of the things which fell into the category of “things we can do without” were physical paper manuals. While the Cupertino company does offer a





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Watch This Lego Robot Play Freemium Games On An iPad [Video]

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Ever think that the majority of freemium iOS games are basically mindless tap-fears, with demands only for cold hard cash, and none for meaningful strategy? Take Jurassic Park Builder, for instance: a game I reviewed back in January, and was





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HOT! Nintendo for iPhone: Emulator Download for All iOS Devices by evasi0n.org.uk

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Nintendo iOS emulator for iPhone and iPad is available to all devices now. You can be either jailbroken or non jailbroken to get this cool tool because it can be downloaded even without jailbreak. The app supports both types of handsets and tablets. It is called NDS4iOS and this Nintendo DS emulator can be installed via OTA download.


The emulator supports different firmware versions beginning from iOS 5.1.1 and up to iOS 7.1. But you need to do one trick to make it work on your Apple tablet or smartphone. Developers ask all users who get Nintendo for iPad / iPhone to set back your date to a prior date, February 8, 2014.


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Nintendo for iPhone: Emulator Download for All iOS Devices


There were a few attempts to add different emulators to the App Store previously but they all failed to be appreciated by customers because the Cupertino-based tech giant quickly removed those applications from its store [within a day or a couple of days since their release]. Unlike those fails, NDS4iOS seems to successfully bypass the restrictions set by Apple because the Nintendo iPhone emulator download is offered from the official site where you can find the direct link for getting the tool.


After you manage to install the program you will be able to play Nintendo DS ROM games on your iDevice. The application comes with a couple of options. For example, it supports your iOS 7 controllers and has the integration with Dropbox.


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Users can adjust position and pad style through settings for controls. Everything works for non-jailbroken and jailbroken gadgets. The download link is here. You will see an instruction on how to make Nintendo for iOS 7 and previous firmware versions run on your iPhone and iPad without problems.


Note that previous similar tool GBA4iOS presented in winter also supports non-jailbroken users [there was no need to change the date at first but this feature was soon gone].







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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Weekly Top iOS Games List Shines Light On A Dark Room

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Apple has been releasing its weekly top games charts as of late, and they make interesting reading. The latest list — published Tuesday afternoon — shows the cumulative iOS game downloads for the week running April 7 to April 13.





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Hilarious Game Glitch Makes Big Bad Wolf Hump The Air

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If you’ve played any of the new Telltale Games series The Wolf Among Us, you’ll know who that hairy dude with the bandages is. It’s Bigby Wolf (née Big Bad), the star of the fantastic adventure game series based on





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Get Your Bromance On With Jane Jensen’s Moebius: Empire Rising

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Story-driven puzzle-adventure games are finding a new resurgence lately, with titles like Telltale’s The Walking Dead and Fables finding critical success in the typically first-person shooter dominated games market. Jane Jensen is the veteran game designer from the days of





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