Angry Birds Space Launches

March 22, 2012

Angry Birds Space has finally launched. Right on schedule, it was made available today for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows and Android devices. The game takes the Angry Birds in to Space for a new type of challenge whereby physics, gravity and the whole style of game are changed.

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Flight Control Rocket Review

March 16, 2012

Apple launched the new iPad today, referred to by some as the iPad 3. Crammed inside the new iPad is a Retina display allowing a seriously high resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels which essentially puts four times as many pixels on the screen when compared to the previous two generations of iPad. The result […]

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Infinity Blade II Prepped for iPad’s New Retina Display

March 16, 2012

Chair Entertainment’s second installment of Infinity Blade has already been widely met with critical acclaim due to it’s graphics, gameplay and style. The title had also been optimised for the iPhone 4S to utilise the device’s upgraded processors. Now though, in keeping with the latest gadget, Infinity Blade 2 has been updated once again, this time, to make […]

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Flight Control Rocket Headed to iOS Devices

March 12, 2012

Creators of Flight Control are about to launch a new version of the game for the iPad. Firemint has announced that the next iteration of the game will be launching this week in time for when the new iPad is launched.

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Angry Birds Space – Details Confirmed

March 8, 2012

So, a while back we posted about the Angry Birds Space announcement, with a proposed release date of 22nd March. We also noted that 8th March was the date when more details would be announced. Well, true to their word Rovio have released a teaser video providing some game details.

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The new iPad Announced

March 8, 2012

Apple has announced the new iPad. The new model is simply referred to as the “iPad” and drops the numbering off the end so it falls more in line with the Apple TV, iPod touch and iPod nano. We suspect that there will be no iPhone 5, but instead it will be simply the new […]

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Apple Increases OTA Downloads to 50MB

March 8, 2012

Apple has increased the size of OTA downloads over 3G/4G on the iPhone and iPad. The old limit was 20MB which has now been increased to 50MB. The reason that we mention this relatively boring bit of news is because the iPad with a Retina Display launched yesterday which means that updated Retina apps that […]

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Smaller, cheaper version of iPad 2 to go on sale with iPad 3

March 7, 2012

Rumours are widespread when it comes to new gadgets and that’s doubly so with Apple when they decide to announce the third iteration of their humble iPad. Not only that, but everyone is going mental over the possible specs for the new device, as well as it has also been rumored that a new smaller, cheaper iPad 2 could go […]

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Ragdoll Blaster 3 – Review

March 6, 2012

So then, I’m a huge fan of the previous two Ragdoll Blaster games, and the third offering was released at the back end of February. Developed and published by Backflip Studios, the aim of the games is simple; fire a ragdoll from a canon and try to hit a target to move onto the next […]

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iPad Retina Display Could Push Many Apps over 20MB 3G Download Limit

March 2, 2012

The iPad 3 with a Retina Display is expected to launch next week. One technical challenge that will accompany the launch is the limit that is currently imposed on 3G app downloads. The limit is currently set at 20MB to prevent overuse of 3G networks etc… The problem app developers will face are the images […]

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