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DRECOM’s Free To Play iPhone Game “SPIRIT FORCE” Now Available on App Store

DRECOM’s Free To Play iPhone Game “SPIRIT FORCE” Now Available on App Store

 

November 8, 2011

TOKYO, JAPAN – DRECOM, the Japanese leading social game developer & publisher, today announced the global launch of “SPIRIT FORCE” for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

 


Mamba Nation Battle for iPhone and iPad Available!

If you are a Mamba Nation fan, then you will likely love Mamba Nation Battle (free on the app store). You can create an Avatar in the game and use it to go head to head with your FB friends, or play even if you don't want to be connected to Facebook. Check out the video embedded or see more PR info below.



What I played - Gun Bros on HP webOS!

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This will definitely be a different kind of "What I played this week" post. The HP TouchPad tablet might be remembered--if remembered at all--in the annals of gadget ignominy. Just another iPad contender that hardly made it to the ring, before HP decided to pull the plug. I won't be the first or last to say that it's a shame. The product has some rough edges to be sure, but serious potential as well. I played several decent apps on it this week that I felt deserved (along with the device itself) at least a minor review (2 recommendations mentioned here--free Gun Bros and Appy Geek have iOS equivalent in the App store). Though it isn't strictly iPhoneLife material, this review might interest the gadget nut curious how the TouchPad stacks up to our beloved iPad. Actually pretty well...



Update IPad App Tappie Puzzles

Update IPad App Tappie Puzzles

<!Tappie Puzzles 7.0 is the new touch-screen application suitable for children aged 4+ years. Children aged 4 and over years old are happy to be included in the gameplay easily solve complex problems, finding answers to difficult questions. Games are taught to reason, invent, to prove and, therefore, develop intelligence, thought, and imagination – all those processes, which in future will help children to successfully master the curriculum.


Update Educational IPad App Tappie Colorit

Update Educational IPad App Tappie Colorit

<!Zanymation Company (Munich, Germany) has announced Tappie Colorit 3.0, the new touch-screen application suitable for small kids aged 1 to 3 years old. The brain of the child up to 3 years old is especially acquisitive to the outside information and can acquire it in large enough amounts. During this age period the basis of the future intelligence is formed. The intelligence is not only heredity, but also a result of mental loads and trainings.


New turn-based puzzler Zack Splat now available on App Store

New turn-based puzzler Zack Splat now available on App Store

Apprentice magician Zack animated some creatures to help out around the tower, and found himself in an iPhone/iPad game on the App Store. Zack Splat is now available at the special launch price of absolutely nothing.

Zack’s creatures splat anything they hit, including themselves. Luckily, they’re polite little suckers, and they always wait for Zack before they move. Zack can use his feet and the little magic he knows (or thinks he knows) to get away from them. Swipe, tap and twirl to get him moving. Shake, rattle and roll are totally optional.


$2,000 for a kiss! OstinGames launches KissIsland Kissing Contest

$2,000 for a kiss! OstinGames launches KissIsland Kissing Contest

 

OstinGames has launched on line KissIsland Kissing Contest with a $2,000 prize for the best kissing video on YouTube. The contest is dedicated to KissIsland for iPhone and iPod touch, the fun action title with survival fighting and sweet kisses awards story line by OstinGames. The event is a great opportunity for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users to unleash their creativity!

iOS gamers can win $2,000 just for a kiss! The participants are requested to shoot a romantic video in front of their phone/iphone/camera (or ask somebody to do so for them) and upload the footage to YouTube. The registration procedure as well as voting on the contest page is quite simple and quick!


Let's Play! A Closer Look At Your iPad Games (Part I)

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Not long ago, I did a fairly extensive roundup of a few of the great games which were gracing my iPad at that time.  Since I can hardly go two days without downloading a new game, I now have a host of new and exciting games on my iPad to share with all of you.   By now I have accumulated far too many games to contain them all in just one article.  So, we’ll go ahead and call this group Part I of the Let’s Play series.  I’ll keep them coming in groups of ten as long as you promise to keep reading.  So, without further adieu, let’s go ahead and get started.



Fruitzzle: the new puzzle game from FatalFun hits the App Store

Fruitzzle: the new puzzle game from FatalFun hits the App Store

FatalFun is proud to announce its latest game for iPhone, iPod and iPad: Fruitzzle.


Tutorial: Play MAME games on your iDevice

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If you come from Windows Mobile and are into playing MAME arcade games, you may well remember my full article dedicated to the emulation of arcade machines, including MAME, on the platform. (Note that the linked article doesn't show inline images; if you need them, check out THIS instead.)

Fortunately, on the iDevice, it's also possible to play MAME games. No, unlike on Windows Mobile, not the newer, vastly superior (NeoGeo / CPS), “only” the older ones, but it's still more than nothing, isn't it? And it's free – and is also compatible with several Bluetooth game controllers (see below).



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