When Crime City debuted, sweeping conclusions were made that it would fill the void in the iOS market for a new Grand Theft Auto (GTA). Others drew on the fact that former Zynga GM Ken Chiu was CEO of the new company and claimed his debut game would lean more towards a standard Farmville or Mafia Wars, backed by the bland, generic name.
In a rare display of universal foresight, it turns out that everyone was right. Read the rest of this entry »
The iPhone has the hardware and all the power necessary to compete with the best of portable gaming solutions. Unfortunately, with tiny speakers, no buttons and only semi-precise touch controls, it leaves something to be desired. Invest a few dollars in something other than the latest app, and you can make your iPhone or iPad a gaming, organization and all-around omnipotent powerhouse. Read the rest of this entry »
- Author: JesseLangley
- Filed under: iPhone
- Date: Aug 3,2011
It’s amazing how many dumb things you can do with a smartphone. Many of the apps featured on the iPhone are ridiculous. They basically serve a market of individuals who are so app happy they will download anything with a double dose of Objective C coding. I mean, who wouldn’t want an app where all you have to do is press your finger on the screen… for no apparent reason what-so-ever? Read the rest of this entry »