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Smacky Cars: You Thought There’s Only Flappy Bird

May 26, 2014 — by Adeel Qayum1

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Flappy Bird was taken off from App Store by the developer Dong Nguyen a few months ago. He was earning $50,000 a day, but cited the fame received from this game as the reason for taking it down.

But just as we thought, Flappy Bird will be making a comeback in August (change of mind Nguyen?), so no longer you’ll have to deal with clones and rip-offs trying to get your attention.

Till then, you might want to take a look at Smacky Cars *catchy name*, which has a similar ‘flappy addictive’ concept, and can be just as addictive. It’s essentially a retro pixel art car game that gives you one touch control for dodging speedy cars.

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4 Great Games that are Worthy of Big-screen Adaptations

December 17, 2013 — by Simon Ng0

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This is a guest post contributed by Jason Phillips.

Can you believe that Warner Bros. is planning on making a film version of the acclaimed Temple Run game? Extremely popular on iOS, Temple Run is an endless running game released in 2011. The idea to make a movie out of a fairly boring game that never ends seems rather desperate considering that there are numerous other games out there that would be a better fit for the big screen. Yes, Temple Run is not the only game ready to be turned into a movie. An animated version of Angry Birds is planned for the summer of 2016. Are these two games worthy of hitting the big screen? Definitely not; the iOS has other excellent games that would make great movies, so let’s check them out.

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Invisible Gamepad Eliminates The Need Of External Controllers For iOS

June 30, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum1

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Studies and reports show the exponential growth of smartphone gamers, but it’s a reality that gaming on iOS and other mobile platforms doesn’t quite offer the same experience as console gaming. Tactile feedback has been missing from iOS devices so far and while several controllers are available from third-party makers, they aren’t most convenient to carry around in your pockets and in some instances it just looks plain odd.

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App Review: Ultimate Fight Stick for iPhone and iPad

June 19, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum1

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Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and other martial art legends have one thing in common, they can leave most people mesmerized with their combat moves. The style of combat has been featured in movies, cartoons and video games as well.

iOS users now have a chance to take a part in similar action with Ultimate Stick Fight, a game that features two heroes who have various martial art combination skills.