Devoted fanatics and new readers alike, It is my humblest honor to introduce myself as iPhone Alley’s new editor-in-chief and manager of site affairs, transitioning from my position as an eclectic writer to take the reigns of the site. Let me be frank before I continue: iPhone Alley is not
We’re joining in on the masses of other similar lists that have been released on iOS-centric blogs with our take of the best iOS games of the year. Although the list shows a concrete list of games, we didn’t get a chance to review every single awesome application of the
Last year Apple bowed out of MacWorld and there was a lot of talk about how MacWorld would die without Apple there. However, last years show was a huge success. This year should be no different. Now the purpose of MacWorld is to showcase all the new companies who have
Although generally known for top-of-the-line 3D games, id software's John Carmack has become a passionate iPhone app developer. Per Kotaku, Carmack has personally cited the platform as a return to the older school of game design, where a single enthusiast can turn out a great game in a matter of a couple months, id software’s iPhone ports of Wolfenstein 3D and Doom were basically pet projects of Carmack himself.
Carmack has recently offered the following: "Apple doesn’t give us anything ahead of time either, so haven’t put hands on it ourselves, but we certainly are expecting to try to have our Rage title for the iPhone, iPad, whatever, working across there."
In an interview with gaming website Kotaku, Brian Crecente sat down with Id software founder John Carmack to talk about his relationship and dealings with Apple, Inc. Carmack describes his long-standing relationship with the company as a "rollercoaster ride," citing how it can quickly go from good to bad.
MTV.com recently interviewed id Software founder John Carmack, who revealed plans to bring three of their existing lines to the iPhone, as well as a bit on their original iPhone title currently in the works. Carmack said that Wolfenstein RPG is nearing completion, and Quake III is currently running on the device. He also said they hope to bring the whole Quake and Doom lines over at some point.
John Carmack of id Software, creators of the classic game Doom, says that their company is currently working on an original game to be released exclusively for the iPhone and iPod Touch. He also notes that they were hoping to have it done in time for the App Store's launch, but that scheduling and resources didn't line up in time to make it happen.