Posts tagged "physics"

Blosics App Review – Infuriating, Simplistic and Compelling Physics Fun

Bracing the App Store earlier this week, is Blosics, a port of an online flash game that involves physics and puzzles which amounts to a whole lot of fun. Polished and compelling as it previously was on the computer, Blosics feels natural when played on the iPhone and just as,

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FMX Riders App Review – It’s Got Potential, But It Just Doesn’t Execute It

Since I saw this title emerge about a month or so ago, I’d been eagerly waiting for it to arrive into the app store. With anticipation, I tried the game with hopes that it would live up to all of the hype, but was faced with an attractive racer yet

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Chop Chop Caveman App Review – Me Hungry! Me Want Food!

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

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Master of Alchemy Review – A Combination of Physics and Elegance

Hooked by the slightest idea of physics, I am now a patient suffering from addictiveness. Developed by Darkwave Games, and published by Chillingo, Master of Alchemy has you playing through many different levels with a puzzling premise in mind. If you’ve ever played Enigmo by Pangaea Software, you’d know what

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Hints of iChat, Front Facing Camera Appear in iPhone SDK

The rumors of a front facing camera for the iPhone and iPad continue to stay alive as evidence of an iChatAgent appeared in iPhone OS 4.0, which is currently only in developer preview. On the Mac OS, iChatAgent is the background process that supports iChat's connectivity to chat services such as AIM, Bonjour, Jabber, and others. Inclusion of this daemon in the iPhone OS strongly suggests Apple intends to offer chat services in the iPhone soon. Though a camera was not included in the initial iPad hardware, it is very possible that the next generation iPhone — which may be introduced as early as June — could include a front facing camera.

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Patent: Sensors To Predict Actions, iChat VoIP Integration

A new Apple patent application was recently published that shows Apple has been researching more advanced uses of the iPhone's sensors in order to predict what a user wants to do. It talks about various scenarios in which information picked up by proximity sensors, ambient light detectors, temperature sensors and accelerometers to determine the state of the device, letting it automatically change it's configuration to better suit the circumstances.

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