Be There: San Francisco Offers iPad Owners An Immersive Travel Experience

When the folks at Red Hill Studios set about naming their app, they really couldn’t have chosen a better name than “Be There“. Using a combination a stunning high-resolution panoramic images, actual on-location ambient soundscapes and the iDevice’s gyroscope, they have created a wonderful and immersive experience that allows you to enjoy the sights and…

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The Portable Podcast – Hooked Seahorses, Hard Hatted Robots & Mice With Forks

This week, I visited The Portable Podcast (Episode 145) to discuss One Man Left’s incredible free-to-play, asynchronous multiplayer, turn-based strategy game Outwitters! On the show Carter also interviews Dan Kraus of React Entertainment about their recent release, The Act. Listen and enjoy. Listen to the podcast on iTunes. Listen to the episode streaming via the…

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Damp Gnat Is Bringing Wonderputt To The iPad Next Month

We just received this great piece of news this morning. Animator and interactive game maker Reece Millidge has announced that his development company, Damp Gnat will be bringing his visually stunning browser-based adventure golf game Wonderputt to the 2nd and 3rd gen iPads (the latter with full retina support) next month. If you’ve never played…

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Video Review: Apple’s iPad Smart Case For The 2nd & 3rd Gen iPad

Hey everyone! Today I’m doing a review on the brand new Apple Smart Case. Apple snuck out this revised case during this years WWDC event held in June. Unlike the Smart Cover, this Smart Case offers the same functions however also protects the backside of the iPad, finally! This product should have been released from…

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Cthulhu Saves The World Is A Humorous RPG With A Cool SNES Retro Aesthetic

Cthulhu is a horror legend. From the old short stories to modern board games and RPGs, Cthulhu gets around. Now, he’s in his very own RPG. Cthulhu Saves the World is a delightful game. The premise is that Cthulhu has risen from the deep to take over the universe. Just as he’s about to spread…

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This Could Hurt Offers iPhone Owners An Appealing Test Of Their Timing

Some of the most successful mobile games (think Temple Run and Tiny Wings) are about simple mechanics and forward motion. This Could Hurt is another one of these games, and has the chance to appeal to all sorts of different mobile gamers. This Could Hurt couldn’t have simpler controls. Your character, a young Oakguard apprentice…

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