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It’s taken quite some time, but thanks to ioquake port Beben III, Quake III Arena and it’s open source equivalent is finally playable on iOS.
You’d better hope you’ve still got plenty of free space available because 2014 looks set to deliver some of the finest mobile gaming experiences to date
If classic technology-themed television from the pre-Internet ages is something you remember fondly, you might want to give Computerphile a watch.
Every week thousands of apps are put on sale, but the vast majority aren’t worth your time. Cut through the rubbish, let us bring you the week’s best deals every Friday.
Pssst… someone’s managed to design the Adobe Illustrator of iOS vector drawing apps, then forgotten to put a price tag on it. It’s called Inkpad.
Inner calm and tranquility? There’s an app for that.
Whether you’re having trouble drawing facial features like eyes or haven’t got a clue how to tackle a 3D perspective, it’s YouTube to the rescue!
Stomachs full, wallets empty and brand new shiny devices in-hand, we return from the festive break.
Few genres did more for the adventure game movement than point and click games, characterised by classics like Monkey Island.
Take a good look at your favourite album, movie or even the expensive smartphone in your pocket – there’s a good chance they were copied, sampled and assembled from someone else’s original idea.
Before the New Year ushers in a new wave of startups and App Store submissions, it’s always nice to recognise the brightest sparks that caught our collective eyes in 2013.
The 2014 World Cup is a matter of months away and FIFA has launched into full swing by releasing its official apps for Android and iOS.
iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad users: spend a few bucks today, and you’ll be occupied well into the new year!
Not only does the new Angry Birds racer forego the $0.99 price tag, it’s a different genre of game entirely. It’s undoubtedly a bold move – but does it work?
Sometimes, when life gets you down, there’s nothing like a good whinge to take the edge off. That’s precisely the premise behind British comedy web series David Mitchell’s SoapBox. Mitchell is probably best known for his role as hapless office drone Mark in the popular sitcom Peep Show, and has built up a reputation among the […]