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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..
[Reviewed on iPhone] Chances are you don’t need us to tell you that Pokémon Go has already captured the imaginations of millions of players. The crowds of zombies using their phones as 21st century divining rods to find fictional creatures and shouting about how they’ve found a Swirlfrog or a..
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..
For decades, advances in hardware have reshaped our gaming lives – sometimes with great fanfare, sometimes going almost unnoticed. Join us for a look back at 20 innovations with legacies that still impact gaming today 1. The first commercial console Hardware: ZX81 | Year: 1981 | Company: Sinclair Research The..
The big takeaway from playing Fallout Shelter should probably be that you can slap this theme onto just about anything and it immediately becomes 50 per cent more fun. If this is the beginning of Bethesda spreading this IP around a little more, then we’re on board. We’ll lap up..
We haven’t played wrist-mounted games since the days when we were wearing digital watches and velcro trainers. They were pretty simple devices, fiddly and inconvenient, but we can’t deny there was something a little magical about them. Being able to carry a game around with you on such a discreet..