A week ago the free Inception iPhone App was introduced. It’s a project by the movie’s director Christopher Nolan, Michael Breidenbrücker and Hollywood’s star composer Hans Zimmer. As an absolute Hans Zimmer fan, I tried it out immediately and I must admit, it is intriguing. It uses augmented sound through the iPhone’s headset to change the “dream” your are experiencing which is underlined by music composed by Hans Zimmer. This app is a dream machine that transforms the world around you into a dreamworld. […]
The first Unreal Engine-powered game for iOS, Infinity Blade, has sold at least 274,000 copies in its first five days on sale, according to recent player counts on Game Center. At $6 a copy that’s a $1.64 net for the publisher, and a new record, according to Gamesindustry.biz. Source: “Infinity Blade iPhone game nets $1.6M in five days” – The Loop Not so shaby at all. I suppose there is real money to be made in the app store. The full story […]
It’s finally happening. As announced in September 2010, Epic Games brings the Unreal Engine 3 to the iOS platform. Until today, there only was a Unreal showcase application called Epic Citadel. In this app not much is happening. One can just explore a castle realm. It looks nice with lots of animations, amazing visuals and textures. It sure has the best graphics on the iOS platform. Since today the first full game is available: Infinity Blade for just 4,99 €. Infinity Blade is […]
Image taken from http://www.handheldmuseum.com/MB/Simon.htm) Just as much fun as I remember from my childhood… It just looked a little different. I still have it but it does not support Game Center… This free App is available for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and of course incorporates Game Center. It has some advanced game modes where either colors or sounds are switching position after each round. I guess I won’t be needing my old Pocket Simon anymore.