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It’s hard to play games effectively on the iPod Touch since sometimes, that touchscreen is not responsive. However, all of that is swept away with Ten One Design’s Fling Mini game controller that makes your iPod Touch and iPhone gaming worries disappear. More »


From Ningin: There are so many talented singers all over the world. Are you one of them? If so, you should enter our Great Asian Song-Off contest. We here at Ningin - one of the largest Asian entertainment sites in the world - want to help others find you. And we want to reward you for your talents by giving out the latest cool Apple products like an iPad, iPod Touch, and iTunes gift card. All you need to do is make a Youtube video showing off your great voice and letting us know via the comments below. You don’t need to be Asian to enter, but you do have to pick songs from Asian artists because we’re also about promoting Asian media to a mainstream audience. Read on for more details! More »


How do I level quickly in We Farm? I’ve been getting that question a lot since I started the Let’s Play: We Farm movement here on Wirebot. There aren’t many useful guides right now on the interweb so I’ve put together some good tips found from myself and other Wirebot users. Read on my lost friends, read on: More »


As of March, 2010 Doodle Jump has sold over 3 million copies on Apple’s mobile devices. But with over 200,000 other Apps begging for attention, how does one simple little game hit the charts and stay there for almost 2 years? We think we know why. Keep reading to find out. More »


I imagine the wait developers endure while critics review their game must be excruciating. In this case though, I took so long to finally sit down and write this review because Tiger Style Studios’ Spider: Bryce Manor HD is such a joy to play that I just couldn’t stop. I was truly stuck in its web of mystery and great gameplay and urge you to as well. More »


Mahjong Artifacts: Chapter 2 is the second installment in the Mahjongg Artifacts series that features an arcade twist on the ancient Chinese classic. Recently, G5 Entertainment was gracious enough to let us review Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 for both the PSP and iPhone 4. Players will embark on an adventure that will wrap them up in a mystery during Story Mode, keep them challenged through 99 boards in Class Mode, and have them competing for high scores in Endless Mode for months. More »


A few months ago Apple announced that they will be working on releasing an online gaming community dubbed Game Center where gamers can chat (text and voice), collect achievements, send invites and compare profiles with their friends. Basically, it is going to be Apple’s version of Xbox Live/ PSN. Today we get a peek at what it’s going to look like. More »


Playing RPGs on an iPhone or iPod Touch has always bothered me. It’s not the screen size or the graphics capabilities, but rather the time needed to actually play the game. Put it this way, if you only have 5-10 minutes to spare you’re not going to boot up the latest Sqaure-Enix adventure. With the upcoming release of Action RPG, FASTAR!, all that is about to change. More »


If you thought the epic battles between Fruit and Ninjas were over with the release of Fruit Ninja for the iPhone, you are sorely mistaken. The endless fruit slashing gameplay is heading to the iPad sometime over the next few weeks and it’s bringing multiplayer along with it. If you’re not too sensitive to the brutal slaying of helpless cantaloupes and oranges you should check out the trailer below. More »


The undead will relentlessly try to overtake your living room for a second time on August 2 according to a teaser posted by PopCap Games last night. But from the looks of things you’re not going to have a white picket fence to protect you this time around. That’s right, all your favorite zombies are heading for the city streets of San Francisco. More »


Visiting relatives over the holidays can be a total drag. Ease your pain with some of these great iPhone/ iPod Touch titles from great studios at a very low price. More »


If you’ve been looking for an immersive RPG for your iPhone and iPod Touch then you already know that they are hard to come by. Crescent Moon Games knows that all too well and are hard at work on a RPG of epic proportions for release this Fall. But development on, Aralon: Sword and Shadow, hasn’t been easy. Come take a look at how the game has progressed so far. More »


When I hear that a Samurai game is heading to my the iPad, my ears perk up. When I hear it’s the award winning Samurai: Way of the Warrior, I drop what I’m doing to listen. When the person telling me about said game is a hot Australian bombshell, I stop listening and begin drooling. Over the graphics, of course. More »


According to Pocket Gamer’s Rumor Mine we can expect to see an episodic Jurassic Park game on iPad, Bethesda’s newest FPS Rage on all iDevices, and Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 on iPhone. Find out more on each upcoming App Store release below. More »


Do you love unlocking Xbox achievements? How about trophies for Playstation 3? Well then you’re going to get a kick out of The Reading Game. More »


Adult Swim is known for its wildly popular, and often ridiculous, flash games. A bunch of these titles have been ported over to Apple’s iPhone/iPod Touch already (Amateur Surgeon, 5 Minutes to Kill (Yourself), My Lil’ Bastard), but they are nothing like what is about to hit the App Store with Robot Unicorn Attack. More »


Want to stay up to date on all of those random 3 day App Store sales, price drops, and receive the best collection of App related news on the net? Then you need to pick up your nearest iDevice and download AppAdvice. More »


Gameloft has announced their latest iPhone/ iPod Touch game, Zombie Infection. Yes, it is the exact same game as Resident Evil 5, well it’s at least a poor man’s version of it. Don’t hate on it just yet though, watch the trailer first. More »


On April 20th, Square Enix released Chaos Rings for iPhones and iPod Touches all over the world, and it looks like we’ll be seeing the game on the iPad sometime in the future! The release of the exclusive RPG was met by an extremely warm reception, as producer Takehiro Ando stated in a Facebook post only two days after the game’s release that “CHAOS RINGS became the top grossing app in nine countries, including US and Japan!” More »


Remember the game Nelson Tethers: Puzzle Agent we told you all about a few weeks ago? The one being developed by Telltale Games and inspired by Professor Layton. Well, today we have a very interesting interview with 2 of the games designers that gives us an in depth look at what the game is all about. More »


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