Category Archives: Rumors

'Crosswords' Announced as First Game for Unannounced iPad

The entire internet seems to be in a frenzy today regarding the unannounced Apple Tablet. Between the CEO of publisher McGraw-Hill confirming its existence and Daily Finance already reporting on things they don't like about it, speculation, rumors, rants, and questions which won't be answered until Steve takes the stage tomorrow are running rampant...

EA and Other Developers Producing Apple Tablet Games?

The Apple rumor mill has been going absolutely wild with speculation lately on what could be in store for us at Apple's event on the 27th where some form of Apple tablet is expected to be revealed. From a gaming perspective, there have been several hints that App Store gamers could be in for a treat, with the Wallstreet Journal reporting that Apple has been working with EA to show off the gaming capabilities of the rumored tablet device...

'World of Warcraft' on an iPhone... For Real?

Most of you have probably seen World of Warcraft-on-iPhone claims/videos/mock-ups before, but this time it looks like it might actually be true...

Last week we published an article about upcoming iPhone gaming controllers. Specifically, we recapped the iControlPad project, but also published a diagram (see right) of what appeared to be another gaming controller for the iPhone that was in development...

The SEGA Dreamcast was (and is) an amazing games console. Released in late '99, the Dreamcast was the first sixth generation console to hit market and, for the first time really, brought arcade level 3D gaming to the home. Sadly, the shadow of the forthcoming Playstation 2 from Sony and the ease with which its copy protection could be circumvented doomed the console to a short market life. The Dreamcast enjoys a cult following of gamers who today enjoy its catalog of over 325 high-quality titles. Of those 325, one of the very best is SEGA's Jet Grind Radio...

Today at 10am Pacific Apple CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the World Wide Developer Conference 2008 keynote from the Moscone Center in San Francisco.  Without any chance for doubt, he will be unveiling the next-generation, 3G data-capable iPhone.  Further demos the "iPhone 2.0" firmware and SDK-developed apps are also expected, along with a demonstraion of the iTunes App Store...

We previously covered Demiforce's unique puzzle game called Trism. Trism fully utilizes both the iPhone's touchscreen and accelerometer to allow users to line up game pieces. When a three-way color match is made, the matching triangles disappear and other triangles fall in the direction of gravity to fill the void. The first Youtube video showed some early gameplay. Demiforce has posted a new video today demonstrating a few key features of the game: ..

Apple's Back to School promo this year is expected to kick off on June 3rd, 2008. Last year, the annual promotion offered college students a free iPod ($199 value) when buying a qualifying Mac (basically, any Mac except the mini). ..

As most anyone who follows iPhone news is surely aware, a new iPhone which uses 3G data (as opposed to EDGE) is expected to arrive soon.  All signs from the rumor mill point to a June 9th announcement at Apple's WWDC conference.  We can't wait...

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