Posts tagged "gaming"

Ringbow – The Next Revolutionary Gaming Accessory?

The Ringbow recently arrived into the confines of Kickstarter's realm of projects that have the potential to be incredibly successful if funded. In this particular case, the developers are ambitiously seeking $100,000 to transform their project from a simple visualization to a full-fledged reality. What's the strong force slowly pushing the Ringbow to mass production? Find out the details down below.

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The iCade Family Grows Yet Again

At this year's CES 2012, we saw an expansion for the iCade with the introduction of three new spinoffs adding to the lineup. It came completely out of the blue, but today ThinkGeek, the marketers/creators of the initial iCade arcade cabinet, announced yet another member that will soon be a part of the family. Officially say hello to the iCade 8-bitty.

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Swing Away App Review – A Bright, Colorful & Innovative Take on Casual Games

Casual games have certainly been growing in population among the multitude of applications that the App Store has to offer, and the addition of innovative, new twists are much appreciated with the genre’s fanbase. Just launching today, is Swing Away, an iconic example of pure fun. Available for only $0.99,

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iPhone Alley’s Weekend Gamer Edition – A Pixel-Plagued Week of Releases

As we evaluate and take some of the many applications released each week through our review process, we try to highlight the best aspects of some and furthermore the best all around. More specifically, with games. At the end of every week, we’ll give you a rundown on a few

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Full Console Games on the iPad, Play Them Yourself in Fall

If by now you have not heard that full console games are going to be playable on the iPad (and Android tablets) through a certain cloud gaming service that processes games remotely while streaming video of the game to any compatible devices, then you have not been keen in your

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Addicted to Games

I’ll admit it. I’m a gamer. However, you might be surprised to hear that the only game system I’ve ever owned was an Atari. It was my first experience with video games. I played Frogger, Pitfall and Asteroids until I beat them all. I was obsessed. Then as Nintendo game

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Posimotion’s Helix Gaming Grip Review – A Universal Partner to Accelerometer Gaming

The Helix Gaming Grip from iPhone developers, Posimotion gives you a better grip on your iPhone or iPod Touch mainly for accelerometer gaming. If you’re in for a worthy accessory, you won’t want to miss out on this rubberized one sure to aid you in getting a grip on your

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Super Stick Golf App Review – Super-Duper, Irresistible, Zany Golf

My favorite game of all time for the iDevice: Stick Golf. The casual, arcade platforming action sucks me up for hours every single time I play without fail. You can guess I was overjoyed on Friday, when the sequel Super Stick Golf made its arrival on the app store. It

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JBL On Stage 200id

The JBL On Stage 200id is a speaker dock system made for the iPod and iPhone. The dock features two 10 watt speakers and a universal dock system for use with all iPods that utilize it, as well as the iPhone and iPhone 3G. The system will charge any iPod connected to it and includes a remote to control the unit from afar.

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iP99 Clock Radio & Audio System for iPhone

iHome was one of the first manufacturers to release a clock radio with the "built for iPhone" seal of approval from Apple, and its large set of features makes the iP99 a strong competitor in the iPhone clock radio market. The iP99, along with being iPhone compatible, features dual alarms, iPod navigation via remote control, and an AM/FM radio.

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