Friday, December 24, 2010

Indie iPhone Holiday Sale

Well, happy holidays everyone, and should you own an iPhone you are in for a treat, as the Indie iPhone Holiday Sale can be grabbed here for less than a dollar. Said indie bundle comes packed with six games, including the excellent Canabalt and Solipskier, and will even donate 1/3 of its earnings to Child's Play. Hurry up and get it.

Friday, December 17, 2010

iPad Games for Cats

Yes, it does sound ridiculous but Hiccup's aptly named iPad app Game for Cats is actually intended for your cat. Also for your enjoyment, as cats do tend to be very silly around it, as the video posted below supposedly proves. Grab the Game for Cats here. It's free, it is.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Review: Atari Greatest Hits: Volume I (DS)

There comes a time when every console gets the retro compilation that will allow gamers to enjoy Atari's deeply retro classics from the late 70s and the early 80s, and this time has finally come for the Nintendo DS with the release of Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 1. It's a budget priced retro collection sporting 50 games that were released for the Atari 2600 and for the now (mostly) defunct arcades.

The games selection is pretty impressive, including among others the arcade versions of Asteroids, Pong, Centipede, Tempest and Missile Command, along with the 2600 versions of Adventure, Outlaw, Gravitar, Basketball, Football and a few dozen other games. Unfortunately Activision's classics -especially Pitfall- haven't been included, whereas some of the games thrown in are beyond terrible and badly aged (think Slot Machine or 3D Tic-Tac-Toe), though generally speaking this particular cartridge hasn't left my DS for the past 10 days I apparently needed to prepare this review. Don't think I'll be playing anything else on it for quite some time too, as Atari's Greatest Hits is indeed brilliant.

Asteroids and Tempest, just to name a couple of games, are as addictive and incredibly fun to play as ever and the simplistic sounds and visuals do help bring the gameplay forth. As for the emulation -and presentation- of the games it is, well, spot-on. Both screens of the DS are used to allow you to fiddle with your virtual 2600's switches or to display the marquee of the arcade game you are playing. Oh, yes, and each game comes with a complete manual too.

To make a sweet deal even sweeter Atari has also thrown in the military training version of Battlezone (boo-hiss for militarism), the 2600 prototype of Tempest, a few vintage ads and more than a few other digital memorabilia, to complement the single-card download multiplayer most games seem to support.

Verdict: If you are into old games and/or have fond memories of Atari's classics you simply have to grab Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 1 on the DS.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Puzzle Agent HD Lite (iPad)

If you haven't tried Puzzle Agent just yet, you are definitely missing out on a truly unique and incredibly quirky puzzle game that sometimes feels something like Fargo meets Twin Peaks with a pinch of Telltale humour. What's more you can now grab the brand new Lite version of the game for free and see just how well suited this little beauty is for your iPad. Just follow the App Store link.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Caanoo PC Engine emulation

The PC Engine (a.k.a. the TurboGrafx-16 in the US) was a particularly powerful 8-bit games console with 16-bit bits, that was both incredibly popular in Japan and a brilliant platform for arcade conversions. It even managed a couple handheld versions of itself, though you really don't have to go looking for them. There's a much cheaper alternative, as the open-source Caanoo handheld can now emulate the PC Engine for free, via the just released Caanoo-HUGO. Download it here.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

The Kindle plays Poker

Interestingly the rather excellent e-ink Kindle reader has just gotten one more game to call its own. What's more this is a release by the behemoth that is EA. The game itself, EA Texas Hold em, seems like a particularly interesting version of everyone's favourite poker variant. The game sports 3 difficulty levels, 6 AI opponents, a practice mode and ton of other features including multiplayer.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

L.E.D. Football Free Weekend

I don't need no stinking iPhone, but truth be said I would quite like to own one. There's all this retro love for the thing I'm more than jealous. Anyway; good news everyone! If you hurry you'll be able to get three excellent iOS remakes of Mattel's classic LED-based handhelds for free. Just follow these links to LED Football, LED Football 2 and LED Basketball 78 and smile smiles of nostalgia.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Mario's Nintendo DSi LL

If you haven't got a Nintendo DS yet and are still interested in Nintendo's (slightly) aging handheld, well, this definitely is the time to grab the excellent Japanese Super Mario 25th Anniversary Edition of the Nintendo DSi LL from Play Asia. It's a red thing of beauty, it is.

Friday, November 05, 2010

Atari's Greatest Hits on the DS

Gotta love the current retro releases for the DS. Really. I mean just look at the just released Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 1. It looks shiny, well-thought out, nostalgia inducing and sports 50 truly classic Atari 2600 and arcade games, including Asteroids, Missile Command and Centipede. Impressively multiplayer head-to-head games have also been made possible.

Have a look at a couple screenshots below, and wait for the review that might just appear on this very blog.


Monday, November 01, 2010

Interactive Fiction Lives on the iOS

It seems that interactive fiction, classic text adventures if you prefer, is getting stronger and more popular on those iOS devices Apple seems to love producing. You can already play retro Zenobi adventures on your iPad, iPhone or iPod via the ZX Nostalgia app and Textfyre is also planning to unleash some modern i-f on the devices. You can even grab the excellent and very freeware Frotz app, that will let you enjoy both classic Infocom games (think Zork, Planetfall and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) and contemporary offerings.

What's more, Andrew Plotkin, a prolific and incredibly talented interactive fiction author has decided to produce epic, polished and hopefully impressive text adventures for the iOS. His project, that appeared less a day ago on Kickstarter, has already surpassed its 8,000$ funding goal, which means that gamers will soon get to enjoy his forthcoming interactive alchemical interplanetary thriller: Hadean Lands. Oh, and quite possibly many more interactive fiction goodies too, as Plotkin seems willing to invest part of the money on strengthening the i-f community and genre.

More info can be found here, where you too can also support the project, try a demo, watch a trailer, play some quality text adventures, discover what makes interactive fiction such a beautiful genre and effectively preorder the game. 

Friday, October 29, 2010

Giana Sisters on iTunes

When the Great Giana Sisters, an excellent Super Mario inspired platformer, was released back in the 80s, the all-mighty Nintendo made sure it never had a chance to compete. It even made sure that all copies were pulled from retail. Still, the Giana Sisters being a fantastic game lived on in myth and the heads of retro gamers and are now making quite a comeback. 

Simply follow this very link and grabbed a reworked version of the game with brand new graphics and sounds, that lovingly sports the original version as an unlockable. Giana Sisters is available for the iPod, iPad and iPhone.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Play Warcraft on your Caanoo

WarcraftThe original Warcraft, Warcraft: Orcs and Humans, was the RTS that put Blizzard on the gaming map, ages before it evolved into an MMORPG-crafting corporate behemoth. What's more, Warcraft was more than jsut a Dune II rip-off and I'd easily consider it one of the more interesting RTS offerings I've ever enjoyed. Oh, and you can play it on the go too, provided of course you own a Caanoo, have access to the games original files and click here.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Speedball 2: Evolution

Sensible Soccer (and of course SWOS) was the best football game ever designed and thus the best two-player game to make it to the Amiga; an achievement contested only by the almost equally excellent Speedball 2. Then again Speedball 2 was the better looking offering and still plays a mean, futuristic, violent ball game. Oh, and will apparently evolve itself to Speedball 2: Evolution for the iPhone, iPad, Android and a few more portable platforms.

The following teaser does look promising, though I must admit that most recent attempts at updating the game were rather disappointing. Oh, well, at least it comes with a proper Bitmap Brothers logo this time.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Indie Kindle Gaming

I can officially admit to being this close to actually grabbing a Kindle. Not only is that amazing e-reader about to get its brand new text adventures, but indie developers have already started coming up with interesting ideas for its crisp black & white display. Amazon has already launched its devkit and (as discovered by the pretty excellent develop site) the first indie game has already appeared on the device. It might not look incredibly innovative -it is another match three game as you can see on the pic posted above- but it certainly is promising. And I do love them black & white graphics.

Monday, October 04, 2010

ZX Nostalgia. Adventure edition vol.1

Seems like everyone's favourite 8-bit home micro, the ultimate game machine of the 80s, the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, is experiencing a revival on the iPhone and the rest of Apple's iDevices. No, really. The seemingly excellent ZX Nostalgia. Adventure edition vol.1 has just made it to the App Store, is compatible with the iPhone, iPod and iTouch, looks brilliant, and is offering some of the best adventures the Speccy has ever seen. You can get the adventury ZX Nostalgia here.

The app allows you to play some classic Zenobi text adventures (find out more about Zenobi here). It is optimized for both the iPhone and the iPod and runs at 100% full speed on all models., whereas both sound and multi-touch control are supported. It is also possible to play in either portrait or landscape mode. As for the games included, well they are some of the best Zenobi ever published:
- A Stroll In The Bleak Forest (1989)
- An Everyday Tale Of A Seeker Of Gold (1986)
- Behind Closed Doors 1 (1988)
- Behind Closed Doors 2 (1988)
- Behind Closed Doors 3 (1989)
- Bulbo and The Lizard-KIng (1987)
- Bulbo Pics (1987)
- From Out Of A Dark Night Sky (1988)
- Fuddo and Slam (1987)
- Fuddo Pics (1987)
- Just One Of Those days (1988)
- Retarded Creatures and Caverns (1989)
- The Balrog and The Cat (1988)
- The Goblin Gazzzette (1988)
- The Goblin Gazzette 2 (1989)
- The Secret Of Little Hodcome (1986)

Thursday, September 30, 2010

A CPC for your Caanoo

The 8-bit Amstrad CPC, both in its 464 and 6128 variants, was a fantastic home computer, that was wildly popular in Europe and sported an amazing catalog of gaming software. Then again you know that; if not please do read this lovely Amstrad retrospective and come back. Happily those proud owners of the Caanoo handheld can now play through said catalog on the go via the rather excellent and absolutely freeware Cap32 (a.k.a. Caprice32) emulator.  

Cap32 emulates every classic CPC model you'd care mention (464, 664, 6128) and even sports some rather impressive features to enhance your retro gaming experience. Think cheats, save states, memory monitors and more. What's more you can discover and download hundreds of games for free via CPC Game Reviews.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Elite brings Spectrum gaming to the iPhone

Elite, the ancient and still going publisher that has already given us dozens of classic ZX Spectrum games, is going back to its roots by releasing a most promising ZX Spectrum emulator for the iPhone. Apparently and according to touchArcade the emulator will be packed with games and will hopefully get further (possibly through DLC) game compilations. The upcoming ZX Spectrum: Elite Collection (Vol.1) has already been approved by Apple and further volumes are being prepared.

Impressively, Elite has packed its offering with more features than any 8-bit lover would hope to ask for: officially licensed ZX Spectrum games, game-specific play controls, extensive playing instructions, the option of portrait or landscape play, and authentic Speccy sound.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Highly portable SNES emulator

Having already tried PocketSNES, the lovely freeware SNES emulator for the WiZ, I can attest to its brilliance. Everything I tried on the thing work perfectly, though apparently it still had some bugs and minor incompatibilities. Enter PocketSNES version 7.0.1; the latest version of the emulator that fixes more bugs and adds more features. Enjoy. 

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Mobile Interactive Stories

Textfyre is a truly unique company and the sole developer and publisher of quality interactive fiction (a.k.a. text-adventures) for Windows and Mac computers. Happily, they seem to have decided to go mobile and getting their games to run on iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone 7, Kindle, Blackberry, and Palm. To help them make the rather indie delights of intellectual gaming on the go a reality, you should visit their Kickstarter page. Here's what you will be supporting:
Textfyre will be publishing interactive stories to all mobile devices. Stories will be developed internally at Textfyre, but also licensed from any author or company that wishies to publish their content on our platform.

The platform will allow free and paid content while offering a central repository. The reader can interact on a Kindle, then open up the same story on their iPhone and start where they left off. They can move to their Mac or PC and do the same. Stories will come in all genre's and lengths, leaving those details to the story designers. Textfyre's stories generally offer 10 to 20 hours of interactive time and include hints and introductory assistance.

We plan to have our engine and user interfaces implemented by the end of 2010 with your help. This will include native Mac OS X, iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone 7, Kindle, Blackberry, and Palm Pre devices (barring unforseen technical or other factors)

And here's an online demo of The Shadown in the Cathedral to help you understand what kind of games we're talking about.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Undercroft (iPhone) gone free!

If you are looking for a brilliant RPG to enjoy on your iPhone, Undercroft is a brilliant choice, what with its sword & sorcery setting, oldschool gameplay, big world, tons of baddies and lovely graphics. Oh, and it's now free to play. Get it here.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Back to the Newton

Emulation can be a funny thing. It can even enable you to enjoy Apple's pretty ancient Newton pad can now be enjoyed on the iPhone. Find out more here.

Monday, September 13, 2010

AGS on the iPhone

According to the excellent AGS Blog Ben304's quirky, indie, and freeware (at least on the PC) AGS adventure "!" has been succesfuly ported to Apple's iPhone. This of course could only mean that more adventure gaming fun should be coming to Apple portables everywhere, which in turn means the masses will finally accept the glory of point-and-click gaming. Or not. That's beside the point though. Just watch the video and give the PC version of Ben's ! a try.

Monday, September 06, 2010

Ken's Labyrinth for free

Some of the earlier and more historic games that helped the FPS become the behemoth genre it currently is, remain both interesting and extremely fun to play, as anyone who has recently enjoyed a game of Ken's Labyrinth will tell you. Even more so, when played in a shiny new handheld console for free. You can grab the Wiz / Caanoo version of the game here.

Friday, September 03, 2010

Atari's Greatest Hits: Volume 1 (DS)

I just can't help but be intrigued by retro compilations. Silly, I know, but that's me I'm afraid, and I really feel you should know about the forthcoming Atari’s Greatest Hits: Volume 1 for the Nintendo DS. It will, after all, be very soon released in the US (let's hope for an equally swift European release) and will include 50 or more classic Atari 2600 and arcade games. What's more, the thing will impressively feature single card multi-player for 20 of the included titles, among which Space Duel and Pong are bound to make me smile.

Additionally (also, allegedly), Atari’s Greatest Hits: Volume 1 will sport a sleek and colorful interface, that will let us access the games themselves, their original manuals, an Atari memorabilia showcase, and even an Atari Trivia game.

The complete Atari’s Greatest Hits: Volume 1 game line-up is as follows:


Asteroids, Battlezone, Centipede, Gravitar, Lunar Lander, Missile Command, Pong, Space Duel, Tempest.

Atari 2600:

3D Tic-Tac-Toe, Adventure, Air-Sea Battle, Asteroids, Atari Video Cube, Basketball, Battlezone, Bowling, Centipede, Championship Soccer, Dodge ’Em, Flag Capture, Football, Fun with Numbers, Gravitar, Hangman, Haunted House, Home Run, Human Cannonball, Math Gran Prix, Miniature Golf, Missile Command, Outlaw, Realsports Baseball, Realsports Boxing, Realsports Football, Realsports Tennis, Realsports Volleyball, Sky Diver, Slot Maching, Slot Racers, Sprintmasters, Starship, Stella Track, Submarine Commander, Surround, Swordquest Earthworld, Swordquest Fireworld, Swordquest Waterworld,Tempest and Video Checkers.

Impressive, eh? Let's just hope the emulation is proper. Oh, and here's the thing's trailer:

Sunday, August 22, 2010

The GP2X Caanoo is here!

CaanooAfter lots of teasing, the latest Linux-based, emulator friendly, cheap and powerful Gamepark handheld has been released and you can now grab your very own Caanoo. You can even get it in black. As for me, I'll be taking my WiZ to the islands. See you September!

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Galcon Labs for free (iPhone)

Galcon LabsIf you've got an iPhone and let's face it, chances are you've got one, you'd better hurry over to the App Store and grab the fantastic, simple and incredibly addictive RTS strategy game that is Galcon Labs for free. You've only got this weekend. Here's the link.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The FunGP is finally here!

Well, it may be a year or so late, but GamePark's online store and freeware hub is finally fully functional and filled with games, emultors and apps. Visit FunGP, browse it and download all the software you'll ever need for your Caanoo and WiZ. It's even got a nice interface!

Kaptain Brawe: the iAdventures

Must have been 5 or 6 years ago when I first encountered the incredibly promising Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World point-and-click adventure game. Even tried a demo and wrote a preview back then, when quite suddenly said humorous little sci-fi game, well, sort of disappeared. It was a shame too, as the demo was really good sporting interesting puzzles, weird characters, excellent 2D graphics and a ton of added style.

Anyway. Good news is Kaptain Brawe just resurfaced and will very soon be available to play, not only on your PC or Mac, but on Apple's definitely handheld and quite portable iDevices too. Expect the game to be available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch on the first day of November, with (discounted) preorders starting September 15th. Find out more about Kaptain Brawe and patiently wait to order your copy here.

Monday, August 16, 2010

The Game & Watch remakes

Donkey Kong Jr Game & Watch

It's been quite sometime since I started enjoying those old Game & Watch LCD handhelds by Nintendo, and I must admit to being absolutely startled at the sheer playability and addictiveness of those rather ancient handhelds. Though I could suggest you have a look over at eBay in order to grab a couple, I'm quite aware of their, well, rather inflated prices, and this is the reason why I will suggest you visit Handheld Remakes instead. 

There, you will find excellent simulated versions of some of the best Game & Watch games, that -though not particularly portable- have lost nothing in the translation. What's more, those remakes are far from restricted to Nintendo's early games. You'll find a ton of Mattel, Bandai, Tiger etc stuff to help you waste your time in a most pleasant way. Enjoy.

Friday, August 13, 2010

How the 3DS works

3ds techShockingly it's not by magic and neither Rincewind, nor the Unseen University have something to do with, which frankly is a shame. Oh well, pointless Discworld references aside, this excellent article will help you understand the glorious simplicity of the thing. Also contains a handy video.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Amazon Kindle gets playful

I've been this close to grabbing a Kindle e-reader by Amazon for quite some time now, but finally it's been decided! I'll be getting a Wi-Fi one as soon as possible and will very soon be enjoying a ton of digital books on the closest thing to paper a screen can come up with. Possibly on the beach. As an added bonus, I guess I'll be gaming on my little portable device too, as Amazon has already started providing the Kindle with games.

They might just be relatively simple puzzle, card and word games for now, but Crosswords, Backgammon, Remove-A-Pair Solitaire, Mathdoku, Sudoku and the rest are a good start. And I can really feel it in my bones, that they will soon be accompanied by some excellent interactive fiction (you know, text adventures) soon. Possibly even some ports of Infocom and Level 9 games too, or at least the emulators needed. 

Monday, August 09, 2010

Atari Lynx video review

A most excellent hardware review of the Atari Lynx handheld, that showcases both models of the console. 

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Galcon Android

Galcon is a brilliant, simple and incredibly fun real-time-strategy game I've already loved and reviewed in its PC version. Good news is it will also be appearing on Android too. No, really, it's been confirmed

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Intellivision Lives on the DS

Intellivision Lives DSI really can't have enough retro ports on modern consoles, and apparently the good people responsible for the forthcoming Intellivision Lives DS are more than eager to indulge me. Their retro compilation featuring over 60 emulated classic, forgotten and even obscure Intellivision games will be available for the DS this September. Joy, oh joy!

What's more, the team responsible for this project -as you might have already guessed- is the Intellivision Lives team; the same Intellivision experts we've known and loved for ages. Oh, and that touch-screen of the DS will definitely come in handy with emulating the odd Intellivision controller. Here's the trailer:

Monday, August 02, 2010

Redemption - Liar (Wiz)

Redemption - Liar

Aha! A commercial game for the Wiz; how very interesting and promising. Redemption - Liar, you see, is what I believe to be the first non-indie release for the console and definitely the first one gamers can buy on a proper cart. Well, okay, a proper SD card that is. Now, as I haven't played the game myself just yet, I can't really comment on its quality, but I have to admit it looks interesting. Sounds good on paper too.

Redemption - Liar is an action RPG that seems to be rather deep and offer a lot of content. Graphics and music seem decent (here's a rather bad but enlightening gameplay video) and according to them Play Asia customer reviews the game is good. It even comes wth five arcade games on the card throw in. Oh, and you can find out more and of course grab yourselves a copy of the game here.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Cosmos Chaos DS

I've always been interested in video games (and children's literature too) as learning tools and have been meaning to look into the subject for quite some time now. Anyway. Cosmos Chaos for the Nintendo DS should be interesting, as it apparently will be a mix of adventure, RPG and, well, creativity incentives. Have a look.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Snatcher Pilot DS

Snatcher Pilot DSIt might be old news, but -just in case you missed it- here's a link to let you download the pretty excellent Snatcher Pilot DS. It's a port of the PC-Engine demo of the amazing cyberpunk adventure Snatcher to the DS that uses the Sega (Mega) CD assets of the game. And in case you were wondering, yes, Snatcher is the creation of Hideo Kojima and, yes, you will have to use a flash cart of some sort.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Online Gameboy Emulator

GameBoy PackageThe title says it all, really. You can relive those nostalgic Game Boy gaming moments online and for free, simply by following this very link. Hooray!

Monday, July 19, 2010

Disney's TRON for free

Tron iPhoneWell, provided you have an iPhone, iPod or iPad and follow this very link, that is. Seems rather smart too. Also sports this very Tron aesthetic I've always appreciated.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Gaming on the go in the future?

Dreamcast handheldWell, how will it look like? Not radically different I believe, but then again I simply can't be sure, what with my voodoo powers at an all-time low. Anyway. Seems some people try to answer stuff without actually resorting to dark magic. Odd, I know, but it does make sense. The same way this brilliant blog post about the Future of Handheld Video Games does. Read it.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Apple's Retro Section launched

App Store Retro GamesOK, this is increasingly getting more tempting. I really, really, don't need an iDevice of any sort, as I'm perfectly happy with my phone and existing handhelds, but the just-launched Retro Section in the Apple App Store is looking really fantastic. And features both properly retro and retro-reloaded (mostly remade) games of the highest quality. Have a look. Oh, and thanks to the excellent MacStories for letting everyone know.

Monday, July 12, 2010

A short Zaku (Lynx) review

ZakuAs already mentioned on this blog Zaku is the latest game to hit the Atari Lynx, and also happens to be the best game ever released after the console's commercial demise. What's more, it also is the best shoot-'em-up ever released for the console and a game all of you dear Atari Lynx owners have to buy. Really. Provided you care for quality Lynx releases in this day and age. 

As to why you should buy Zaku, well, for starters, the production values of the game's box are simply amazing, what with the proper cartridge and full-colour manual. One more reason can be found on the video below:

You can see how impressive those graphics are, can't you? And, please, do notice the impressive parallax scrolling and glorious sprites. Gameplay-wise, worry not. This is a rich and varied shmup that sports quite a few innovations, many bosses, five levels and the flair of Air Zonk.

You can purchase your copy of Zaku via its official site.

Friday, July 09, 2010

Etrian Odyssey III: The Art Book preorder

Etrian Odyssey IIIHaving played the original Etrian Odyssey (courtesy of guttertalk) on the DS, I must admit it was one of the best games I've played on any handheld ever. After all, the game was an old-fashioned, hardcore RPG, that actually let you draw your very own maps on the touch-screen. Anyway. Thing is Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City is available for preorder and impressively comes with an amazing preorder gift; an art book (previewed here). Find out more at the game's official site.

Thursday, July 08, 2010

Monkey Island 2: Special Edition (iPad)

Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge SE ipadMonkey Island 2: Special Edition iPadMonkey Island 2Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge is hands-down the best adventure game ever. It sports brilliant characters, fantastic music, beautiful art, top-quality puzzles, excellent humour and a fascinating plot that blends fantasy, surrealism and a bit of horror in an impressive whole. Shockingly Monkey Island 2: Special Edition is even better than that adding new graphics, an orchestral soundtrack, voice-overs by the classic Monkey Island cast, an in-depth commentary, a hint sytem and more. What's more the game has just been made available for your iPad; the perfect adventure gaming platform. Get it here. Get it now.

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Wallace & Gromit: The Last Resort (iPad)

Wallace & Gromit iPadI must admit I haven't really played Telltale's Wallace and Gromit series, but I did enjoy its short demo and most of the company's other series, meaning I'm more than happy to let you know that Wallace & Gromit made it to the iPad. Find out more about the first and incredibly well-priced episode here.