It's been an incredible year, undoubtedly, for Australian-based developer, Halfbrick. The worry of gaining popularity is hardly an issue with the tons of chart-topping games that the developer already has under its extensive belt. In order to end the year on a good note, the studio has dropped the price of each and every one of its App Store titles to completely free - a twenty-four hour deal that seemingly appeared out of absolutely nowhere.
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 the best application of today.
There's really been nothing worthwhile to post about in the past few days (our fake excuse for being down for the better part of both yesterday and today), but it seems that another video involving our feline friends has gone viral on YouTube and it's of significance. Well, to us anyways.
Barry Steakfries probably shouldn’t be so curious and heroic. Just saying based on past experience from playing some of Halfbrick’s (developer of widely popular, Fruit Ninja) games; it seems as if he’s found yet another absurd way to threaten his existence, and that’s in the newest game to be added
Recently a developer, Vlambeer claimed that another developer’s iOS game in the making, Gamenauts’ Ninja Fishing, was a copy of their original fishing title. That so called “ripoff” rolled onto the App Store just a few days ago, while Vlambeer’s official title is still in the making for iOS as
When I first heard about Ben Hopkin’s, a.k.a Kode80′s, newest endeavor on the iOS platform, I wasn’t too sure how successful the finished product would actually be. After all, the game was advertised as a platformer without d-pad controls, but instead with a different control scheme that did not allow
Since the announcement by Gamerizon that they had started working on yet another game, I’ve been following the development taking not of all of the little changes and such that they made to the game. After waiting for about a month or two, the game that I had mostly been
I sure of have been a huge follower of Halfbrick Studios since their first few months in the app store with all of their games installed on my iPod. After keeping up with their newest adventure starring the ultimate Barry Steakfries again, I’m happy to say that I have received
Halfbrick Studios, the guys that brought you the dominating Fruit Ninja for both iPhone and iPad are by far one of my favorite developers. Today, their newest game, Monster Dash launched and with its Canablt like premise, intriguingly named character, and cute cartoon graphics it is a definite winner! In
You probably won't end up using this, but it's cool nonetheless. A pair of developers from the University of South Florida has created a native iPhone application capable of operating iRobot's Packbot unit (a.k.a., one of the robots the military is using for surveillance/urban intelligence gathering operations in Iraq and Afghanistan). The application provides full streaming Point Of View view capable of syncing with the Packbot over a Wi-Fi network.