The collective Hive Mind at Techland has compiled a list of the 10 hottest games available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. A sprinkling of classics to just released games made the cut and we’re sure you’ll like them just as much as we do. Have any you’d like to add? Sound off in comments.
Available in beta since last August, Tiger Woods PGA Tour Online has been opened up to the general public today. The browser-based golf game signals the end of the physical media version for the PC (there actually hasn’t been a PC version since Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 was launched in late 2007) but offers a decent amount of free,
Video games for the iPad will quickly climb the charts and become the best selling paid apps when it launches tomorrow. Here are 10 must have titles to tide you over until they release the kraken.
Guess what? Our gallery is busted and likes to strip out code. So here’s the full list of games with links to iTunes.
The launch of Apple’s iPad is upon us and over the last few weeks we’ve seen more and more “details” pop up over the hyped tablet. Here’s a quick rundown of what you may or may not have missed.
Pricing: Apple is pricing iBooks to match Amazon’s Kindle pricing. 27 out of the 32 eBooks from the NYT Bestsellers section …
Overview: Racquet Sports for the Nintendo Wii (Ubisoft, $30) consists of tennis, ping pong, badminton, squash, and beach paddle games. So for those of you who like badminton, squash, and paddles, this is your game. Tennis and ping pong lovers have a few other options.
The game is unique in that it’s compatible with the Wii’s new-ish
We’re less than 24 hours away from Apple’s event tomorrow, which we’ll be live blogging, and thought it appropriate to have a quick chat with ngmoco’s CEO Neil Young to see what the iPhone game developer thinks about the whole circus.
Techland: What do the folks at ngmoco think Apple will announce?
Neil Young: I think …