iPhone and iPad apps tagged "Game Center."
Congress Solitaire for iPhone and iPad Enters App Store with Game Center and More
Sprightly Software, maker of Cruel Solitaire and Baker's Dozen, today introduced Congress Solitaire for iPad and iPhone. This brilliant little iPad and iPhone game is the latest in Sprightly's series of solitaire games for iOS.
Fly Bird HD Flies Free, Lands in the App Store
Fly Bird HD 1.0, the newest release from Blue Onion Soft, Inc, landed in the App Store last week. Already the No. 1 game in five countries, Fly Bird HD is available for free on the iPhone and iPad.
Kyoki 1.1 launches for iPhone and iPad from Funbox Media
Funbox Media launches Kyoki for iPhone and iPad. Welcome to Kyoki, an extremely addictive but simple puzzle game. Available for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, this game offers something to gamers of all ages and abilities.
Popular iPhone Math Game Comes to the iPad
The popular math number-sequencing game, NxtApp 4 Kids, originally released for iPhone and iPod touch is re-designed to run natively on the iPad. The iPhone and iPod touch version of NxtApp 4 kids was released two months ago, almost to the day, to much praise.
Th@T WuZ HarD!!! Forgets Easy to Win Gaming - Thrives on Difficulty
Jordan Morgan Apps today is proud to announce their newest title, "Th@T WuZ HarD!!!" is available as a free download on the iPad app store. The goal of the game is simple, use your finger to guide a red square away from all the other moving objects.
Safari Party Brings a New Twist to the Classic Matching puzzle game
Pixowl Inc. is pleased to announce the release and immediate worldwide availability of the universal application for iOS Safari Party 1.0, a family-friendly, fast-paced arcade puzzle game that brings a new twist to the classic matching gameplay apps.
Gamenauts Launches Fish-and-Slash Arcade Game for iOS
Gamenauts and Menara Games announced the launch of their colorful fish-and-slash mobile game, Ninja Fishing. The game combines the tilt and touch mechanics of iOS devices and welcomes iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch ninjas to the iTunes App Store dojo starting today.
Swords and Soldiers is Castle Defense Bliss with Ninja Monkeys
Ouch! Did you just hit me with a ninja monkey? Chillingo, developers of Cut the Rope, has done it again with Swords and Soldiers, where they welcome you to ye olde times of castle defense dominance where your strategy should be mightier than your sword.
iOS 5 Cuts Cord, adds Location-Based Reminders and Notification Center
Continuing its push for a post-pc market, Apple's latest iOS 5 release is all about an all-in-one user experience right out of the box. It will allow iPhone, iPod and iPad device users the ability to start using their devices immediately without having to sync to a desktop or laptop.
Grove Keeper Empowers Grandpa to Save World with Magic
Grove Keeper now available for download.At first glance, taking your grandpa and his friends to war to protect the world in just their skivvies and long gray hear and beards is a daunting task.
Can Rocket Home Find a Home on Your iPhone? Probably Not.
Maybe because we like aliens; or maybe because it’s always fun to uncover hidden App Store treasures from independent developers; whatever the reason, we’re taking a look at Rocket Home by Tomatillo.
Peter Rabbit: Buddy Edition Uses Game Center for Tech-Savvy Storytelling
Peter Rabbit: Buddy Edition is the classic Beatrix Potter tale brought to life and made all the more interesting with the implementation of Sideways’ Buddy Reading System. The Buddy Reading System uses Game Center to connect two devices for audio communication.
Online Artillery Slightly Off Mark
Online Artillery (subtitled Medieval Multi-player Fortress Siege) takes an aggressive approach to iPhone online gaming by only pitting the player against online opponents. The online battles are generally fun and challenging, however, Online Artillery needs a bit more polish before it can be truly recommended.
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