Adhesion ($1.99) is a very unique platformer that adds a major twist to the genre. Created by indie developer Scott Rapson, the game asks players to jump, stick and slide through 20 hand-crafted levels spanning forests, temple ruins, icy mountains and a volcano.
Before WWDC, it was largely questioned whether or not Apple would simply ditch Google and its maps solution and replace them with an application developed by the Cupertino-based company themselves. Now, it's not a question anymore but a fact: Apple has ditched Google Maps for their own Maps application.
Tickets have been expanding from hard copies to support more digital-based platforms. We've seen Amtrak conductors switch to verifying tickets with their iPhones, and a variety of other companies have similarly adapted to the increasingly available digital means of ticket management.
It seems like just a few days ago that some lucky person somewhere around the world was awarded with a $10,000 iTunes gift card for being the person to download the 25 billionth app from the App Store. But in reality, it was back in March - three months ago. In that time span, the App Store has crossed yet another major milestone. Although it's not worthy of awarding someone with a gift card yet again, it certainly is very notable.
Euro Soccer ($0.99) is another title to add to the very short list of fully-fledged football games available for iPhone. It has released just in time for the first day of the tournament and aims to bridge the gap between the developer's First Touch Soccer released last year and the next installment expected later this year.
According to a report originally published by The Next Web, late last night, Apple approved an update to a Mac application that included support for "Retina Graphics" listed in the update notes.
Although our staff here at iPhone Alley doesn't get to review every single worthwhile application that undoubtedly bombard the App Store each and everyday, we keep an eye out for those that promise potential. Our limited number of reviews isn't reflective of our eyes that are constantly searching the broad confines of the App Store. Below is our pick for today's best application.
As you can probably tell by the name, Soccer Rally Euro 2012 ($0.99) is a spin-off the upcoming continental tournament using vehicles as the players. It's a bit like that Top Gear episode for those fans of the motorshow, where you control a single car to roll a giant soccer ball into your opponent's net.
Ichi ($0.99) is Stolen Couch Games' latest entry into the App Store and it's definitely a good one. It's a step away from their previously-hardcore Kids Vs. Goblins, transitioning to much simpler graphics for a more relaxing title.
The greatest European football tournament is just around the corner, and there's no better way to keep up-to-date with the latest from Poland than with the official Euro 2012 (free) app. Here's why.