Tag Archives: iOS
Many thought Mario would never be able to heave his chubby form onto mobile devices and yet here we are, watching Nintendo’s mascot run endlessly across our iPhone and iPad screens. Don’t judge Nintendo’s first proper foray into mobile gaming just because it comes in the form of an constant..
We speak to Ken Wong, lead designer of Monument Valley, about his brand-new development studio, what made his last game a success and what is to come
[Reviewed on Xbox One] How long can a studio perpetually revel in mediocrity and still succeed in spite of it? In the case of Telltale Games versus the games industry, a decade is apparently the answer. Batman: The Telltale Series may only be an episode in, but it has already..
The founder of Team Lumo discusses its move from iPhone to TV and how games like Lumo’s Cat are looking to take advantage of the new hardware. It’s the same chip in the Apple TV as is in the iPhone 6; how different is it to develop for? The architecture..
Minecraft: Story Mode is another triumph for Telltale Games, and it’s a surprising one. It should never have worked, which is essentially the unofficial company line for Telltale. The studio takes concepts you could never imagine being draped over its aging adventure game skeleton, and transforms the covered bones into..
This isn’t the Guitar Hero you remember. This isn’t the Guitar Hero that was butting heads year on year with Rock Band. This isn’t the Guitar Hero that would likely have faded into the background against Harmonix’s genre rival this year, in a marketplace that – despite a five year..