I used to love rockin’ some Snake on my old Nokia 3310! The hours and hours I would spend racking the scores up only to find one of my schoolmates had already beaten it.
But some of that essence has been lost with smartphones, the addition of racing and simulation games has taken away the simple essence of mobile games. Sure, there are games that copy the old Snake, but few have been successful in making Snake modern, while keeping the basic concept. One mode, one mission; get the highest score.
We all love apps and we all love iTunes/Amazon cards! What if you could try apps and earn points. Points that you could redeem for an iTunes card, or an Amazon card? Pretty cool right? Read below/after the break to see how you can do this!
Puzzle games are a huge hit on iOS and for good reason, they keep you interested, and involved. I see many people all around me playing puzzle games on their iDevice, and normally these are the apps they spend the longest amount of time on.
Word games are hugely addictive, whether you are 8 or 80 (the coolest 80 year olds have iPhones!) you can always enjoy a word game in the park, coffee shop or basically pretty much anywhere you go!
A lot of the time I spend my time playing more serious games on my iPhone. But I often long for a game I can play casually, just for a good half hour of my day.
Ever downloaded a scam app from the App Store? Read here and find out how Apple are changing the rules.
The App Store is full of endless runners, heck you could even say it’s clogged with endless runners. But despite the amount of these games, Chillingo still decided to push Catch the Ark into the App Store. So let’s see how it compares to it’s competition.
No matter whether you are an Android, iOS or Windows Phone user, there is no doubt the iPhone is recognised as the one of the most desirable pieces of kit in the technology industry today.