Posts tagged with: Games
  • by |

    Part 1 of our software overview gave you a look at navigating through Sony's custom user interface on the X10 Mini. Just slapping any old version of Android onto the smallest smartphone would not suffice. Sony's skinned version of Android 1.6 does the job very well and makes the X10 Mini very usable, even by the most skeptical. In part 2 of our software overview, we venture further into the software making up the X10 Mini. We take a look at the social networking applications, the browser, and we also look at the video playback capability. Surprisingly, for such a small device, the speaker ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    Gameloft is giving away one of its more popular Android games, Let's Golf HD, to HTC EVO 4G and Nexus One owners. Let's Golf HD is a classic arcade style golfing game, which can be quite fun. It features 63 holes in 4 distinct locations, 4 customizable characters, and advanced/casual control modes. The offer is only available for a limited time, so grab it as soon as you can if you're interested. Visit Gameloft's EVO 4G or Nexus One page to receive your complimentary copy (US only). Check out the short trailer below to see it in action.

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    In part 1 of our software comparison between the HTC EVO 4G and the Samsung Galaxy S we scratched the surface of the software performance of each of the two devices. In our hardware comparison video we gave you a look at the differences and the similarities of the hardware specs and size each of these two devices features. In part 2 of our software comparison, we finish off our coverage by taking a look at the YouTube application, game play performance, virtual keyboard, and general navigation through the home-screen system. The YouTube application seems to load faster on the Samsung ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    The Samsung Galaxy S with its Hummingbird CPU combines the power of a PowerVR chip onboard to deliver the best graphics performance on Android so far. The Galaxy S, also known as the Vibrant, Fascinate, Captivate, and Epic 4G in the US, is said to have three times the graphics performance of many smartphones, and that statement seems to be true when Android and Me ran their benchmark, which shows the Galaxy S to be the graphics leader followed by the Motorola Droid X. Performance on the Galaxy S is obtained with a 45 nm CPU custom designed by Samsung along with a newer PowerVR GPU than on ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    The Sony Ericsson X10 Mini is truly a unique smartphone. With a form-factor unlike any other Android device, our final review is sure to be very interesting. So, check it out below! If you have already seen our video coverage you can skip to the bottom of the page and watch the final video review. Software This device was created with the idea of single-handed operation in mind. Due to this, Sony has created a custom user interface for the X10 Mini. Users can easily swipe left and right through the menu system. Navigation is literally a breeze. Despite the fact that this is a custom skin ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    Mattel, the world's largest toy company, has partnered with chipmaker Qualcomm to use its new augmented reality (AR) software development kit (SDK), to do some really cool things. At the recent Uplinq keynote, Qualcomm's Dr. Paul Jacobs and Mattel's Peter Marx demonstrated what could become a new line of games featuring "iconic Mattel brands", such as Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots. It's only fitting that "Robots" would be the first game displayed on Android.

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    Have you ever found yourself waiting for a plane, train, or automobile and wanted something to do to kill some time? Sure, you could catch up on Facebook or Twitter, read a few RSS feeds, maybe even crack open your Kindle app... but for those times when you just need to kill some time, simple, repetitive games can be the cure. In this video I review two "paper tossing" games for Android: Paper Toss and Tossit. These games are very similar, and both accomplish the goal of killing time with challenges that range from mind-numbing to strategically frustrating. They're fun, they're fast, and ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    Yup,.. it seems summer sales are big this week. Following the EA trend, Gameloft is also celebrating the debut of the iPhone 4 with a Worldwide sale of a select list of their games at 99 cents a piece. Sadly not all games are being offered at the moment, but in my opinion, Gameloft offers some of the best and most graphic intense games on the AppStore, so dollar investments on titles like N.O.V.A. will definitely give you a run for your money. Follow any of the links on the list to get your own. - GT Racing: Motor Academy - UNO - Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front - Gangstar: West Coast ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    If you watched part one of our Software Review video, you were giving an overview of the new Bada OS. We took you through the navigation of the menus, pages, and what widgets users had available to utilize. Now, in part two of our Software Review, we dive further into the software bundled with Bada. With Facebook and Twitter becoming widely used on mobile devices, Samsung was sure to add these apps natively. In this video, we demonstrate the social networking integration applications. We also test the speed of Bada's browser and its ability to display flash content. Finally, we look at ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    Piano Concert is easily the best piano app for Windows Phone. Compared to other, more basic virtual pianos, it has impressive features like 88 available keys, overlap recording/playback options, drag & play, and plenty of eye-candy. Piano Concert is normally priced at $4.99 on Windows Marketplace, but Handango is offering it for free today through their Free App Friday promotion. It's definitely worth a pick-up if you're into music or like having apps that help pass the time. Check out the video below of the early beta version. Features: - High-quality 88-Key realistic piano sounds and ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    The impressive PlayStation emulator for Windows Mobile, called FpseCE, has been updated to version 0.10.1. With the release, of course, comes a new, fan-made video to show off Dragon Punches, head shots and explosions. Some classic PS titles such as Tekken 3, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Time Crisis, Wipeout XL, and Grand Theft Auto 2 all get showcased on an HTC HD2. It's cool how the emulator supports using the touch screen for rail shooting games, like Time Crisis, with your finger acting as the gun. The customizable control schemes look quite user-friendly as well. The emulator has evolved a ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    If you're a Sudoku enthusiast, then I don't have to tell you just how fun and addicting the number-based puzzle game can be. Windows phones are perfect for taking that addiction on the go. Panoramic Software, creators of moTweets, has recently updated their Sudoku app. Ultimate Sudoku now features a new game mode called KenKen, another difficulty level, and supports more languages. Ultimate Sudoku stands out compared to the competition because it has multiple game variants, skins (custom backgrounds too), and a wide range of difficulty levels. It supports virtually every Windows phone with ...

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    Google will, within the month, pull all games on Android Market, the Android app store. If you're in South Korea, you may want to download your favorite game titles soon before all this happens. The move is in response to local laws in South Korea, which requires all games to pass regulatory approval before going on sale. Apple had similarly pulled games out of the iTunes App Store for the iPhone. (via: Mobile Crunch)

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    Adobe has put up a little PR demo on how easy it is to develop for multiple platforms by using Adobe Air to create apps. The video shows an Adobe developer creating a simple game of Reversi for Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, Android, and iPad--the iPhone and iPad should be counted as the same development platform. Adobe's multi-platform development platform is cool, and hopefully developers will find it easy to take advantage of the engine. (via: Engadget)

    Share
    Read On
  • by |

    Let's face it, many of us are fans of Star Trek. While it's true that not all of us have a Starfleet uniform hanging in our closet, chances are if you're reading pocketnow.com you've got today's equivalent of a PADD (Personal Access Display Device, a hand-held computer interface). You may have called it a PDA years ago, but today most simply call it their mobile phone. Think about it, whether you're using Windows Mobile, Blackberry, iPhone, or Android, they are all network connected computers with an integrated screen capable of displaying data and accepting input. Many support input ...

    Share
    Read On
Mobile Version