Tag Archives: ipad

Tropico Coming to iPad, Price Announced

Tropico Apple iPad

Tropico, the classic island based SimCity style game that first released in 2001, is coming to the Apple iPad. This is not a straight port of the original game. There will be many improvements made to the game to modernize

Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition Released on iOS

Capcom have just released Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition for iOS platforms such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The latest edition of the long running classic one-on-one fighter promises more options and updates to previously released editions. Fans of

Fire Emblem Heroes Review

I will spare you, our great readers, from having to read through another introduction spouting the amazing/detrimental to the fact that Nintendo is now making mobile games. Instead, let’s discuss Fire Emblem Heroes. Fans of turn-based strategy games, like myself,

Super Mario Run Purchase Rate on iOS Abysmal

The sales figures for Super Mario Run's first few days are available and it is not looking great for the plumber. iOS gamers are not flocking to the game like everyone thought they would.

Real Reason Super Mario Run Released with In App Purchase Versus Demo Plus Paid Edition

Super Mario Run brings the classic Nintendo mascot to the iPhone platform but fans are not as happy as expected. We discuss the reasoning behind Nintendo's actions, you won't believe why they did things this way.

Super Mario Run Requires Internet Connection for Very Real Reason

Super Mario is coming to the iPhone specifically for one reason which kind of makes no sense if you think about it. There has to be more to this than this reason.

Interview with Mikhail Belov of SNK Games Developer of Space Rangers Quest

Text adventure games are hard to come by nowadays.  Gamers have evolved beyond reading a lot, preferring better graphics and audio to assist their imaginations.  For some of use though, the imagination is still the best graphics.  Anyhow, Space Rangers

A Brief History of Endless Runners

The advent of Super Mario Run has brought fresh attention to the Endless Runner genre. A genre many of us non-mobile gamers had never heard of before our favorite Italian plumber decided to join the fad. So just what makes an Endless

5 Ways Super Mario Run Innovates

Nintendo is a company we know and love for their innovation. From the beloved power glove, to the failed VR experiment virtual boy, to the legendary Wii they have never ceased to stop pushing the boundaries between player and game,

Super Mario Run Proves There's No Place Like iPhone

Nintendo characters make legal appearances outside their native hardware roughly once a blue moon, but ladies and gentlemen, the moon’s tinged with a sapphire hue today. Apple just announced a partnership with Nintendo that will bring the No-Bummer Plumber himself