Retro gaming on iPhone has seen highs and lows in its category lifetime. From brilliant titles like Ghosts n Goblins and The Secret of Monkey Island coming and promptly going again, to disturbingly shoddy bedroom remakes popping up, it's been a hit and miss market. We seem to be seeing a retro renaissance on the iPhone at the moment, however, with Atari and Sega chiming in with their own backlogs to provide some excellent experiences on the small screen. So, here's 18 of the best retro games on iPhone available in 2017.
This neat little retro gaming camera app can send your snaps back to the days of pixels and sprites!
It's no secret that Super Mario Run has divided players over its price tag. Personally i'm pretty happy to pay under a tenner to play a Super Mario game as vibrant and full as this on the go. Not only is it a full experience in itself, but the extra Toad Rally mode is worth the price... Continue Reading →
The live interactive global sports app as been bubbling away these last few months gearing up for a November launch. Well that launch day came just in time for Thanksgiving this year, and developers United Games are expected to break records with their sports companion FireFan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaxlA5zp8rk FireFan is quick to distinguish itself from Fantasy Sports apps,... Continue Reading →
The world has fallen in love with Pokemon GO but that doesn't necessarily mean the app is a walk in the park (geddit). There are still many features and flaws that pop up and make the whole experience just a little exasperating, to the point where seeing someone groaning at their phone in public can usually be... Continue Reading →
There's been a spattering of Pokemon GO cheat apps popping up and down over the last few weeks. However MyGoBot only just arrived, and works as a paid amalgamation of all these cheat apps in one $5 package. And it's ruining Pokemon GO. What happened to these players who no longer enjoy the actual play experience of games... Continue Reading →
While Pokemon Go has taken the world by storm in a matter of days without even being available in many regions, the company behind it all released the game's forerunner 3 years ago in the form of Ingress. Ingress turns the world around you into a Watch-Dogs style techy data bank. With players set in two teams to capture 'portals' at various... Continue Reading →
Disclaimer: This is not an attack on Snapchat. I love Snapchat and live both on it and shamefully vicariously through others' stories. Studying English, you quickly learn that everything can be considered a narrative. I decide to pick up a pen, i look at the pen, i reach over to the pen, and I pick... Continue Reading →
Alongside their Batman episodic release this year, Telltale have also revealed that the third season of their name-making episodic series The Walking Dead will be gracing consoles in the coming months. CEO Kevin Bruner broke the news in an interview with Mashable and also spoke on the third season's continuation from the plethora of possible endings that season two left... Continue Reading →
Today, Nintendo delivered their social networking Mii-centered app to Japan. The app allows players to create Miis and place them into a social network, where Miis meet each other and exchange their answers to previously asked questions. Players have the ability to fully customise their Mii, with various different hairstyles, facial expressions, fashions, and accessories,... Continue Reading →