'Mittens' Review - What's New, Pussycat?

I don't know about you, but I think Disney's foray into mobile games might have yielded some of the most creative work of its recent years. Ignoring of course the companies they own, the Mouse House has been seen as lagging in both the movie and videogame departments for quite some time. As anyone not living in a sewer themselves knows, that all changed with the release of Where's My Water? [$0.9 » Read More

Angry Birds Star Wars Facebook Tournament Level 5 Week 17 – Apr 12th 2013

Walkthrough video and strategy for Angry Birds Star Wars Facebook Tournament Level #5 (Day 5, released on April 12th) Week 17 which began on April 8th, 2013. Our non power-up strategy is to fling Han over the floating platform, and aim his blaster at the base of the right tower. Faling debris should detonate both tnts, and cause massive destruction on the ground. The score in the video below is 8 » Read More

The Hills Are Greener: The Next Nexus 7, and Why Google May Be Unwilling to Prevent Hardware Fragmentation

While rumors and speculation are certainly going to spread like wildfire, because a lie can make it halfway around the world before the truth can even put its pants on, the rumor that Google is changing up processors on the Nexus 7′s successor from the Tegra 3 to the Qualcomm Snapdragon is certainly a curious one. The reason given is power consumption is better on the Snapdragon, which is c » Read More

War Balloon Games's Star Command is only '30% of the original vision'

War Balloon Games has updated its Star Command Kickstarter page with the confirmation that it will submit its eagerly awaited pixel-art battler to Apple in "about 48 hours".The Colorado-based developer has used the same Kickstarter update to emphasise how hard it's been working, and to apologise for the promised features that won't be in the game when it warps onto the App Store.In fact, a... » Read More

Super Lemonade Factory Review: Simple yet Refreshing

Super Lemonade Factory Review: Simple yet Refreshing is a post from: My iPad GamesSuper Lemonade Factory: Simple yet Refreshing!Tired of your sword slaying, strategic level up and mind puzzling games?  Try this simple yet refreshing game from the App Store (launched March 15, 2012). I love retro games and Super Lemonade Factory ($1.99 via iTunes, universal) caught my heart. It gives me a refreshi » Read More

'Le Vamp' Review - This Endless Runner Bites, but That's a Good Thing

Does anyone remember The Conduit? That ambitious Wii shooter that combined mystery and lore with with action fundamentals, and made a run at carving out a core niche on the system? Its developer High Voltage Software seemed primed to make a name for themselves on the back of that game and its sequel. After the tepid reception of Conduit 2 a couple of years ago, however, the talented studio all bu » Read More

Angry Birds Facebook Pig Tales Level 15 Walkthrough

One strategy for Angry Birds Facebook Pig Tales level 15 is fling Red bird directly into the first tower. It should collapse to the right and clear most of the pigs with the help of the Fairy bubbles. Finally, drop an egg bomb on any remaining pigs.Our Angry Birds Facebook walkthroughs show you how to obtain 3 stars, most of the time without the aid of Power-Ups (we do make exceptions). If you h » Read More

GDC 2013: MOGA Introduces Their Pro Controller

MOGA released its Android-compatible game controller late last year, featuring a small portable size and phone clip that could accommodate devices up to the Galaxy Note 2 in landscape height. Now, they’re releasing a new controller model that they hope will appeal to hardcore gamers on Android. The MOGA Pro is a Bluetooth gamepad with a button layout similar to an Xbox 360 controller – » Read More