Erica Marceau's love of Apple, technology, and computer games started when she used a Mac Color Classic. It was one of those life-changing moments you read about in books. After that she studied electronic engineering while writing for many Apple sites. Currently she's living in the Pacific Northwest while continuing to write and adventuring in Azeroth in her free time.
Aqueduct Flow for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch has a simple, but engaging, premise; you have to connect spigots to drains using blocks with various pipe shapes which must be used so that none of the water leaks out. In other words, you can’t have an open pipe that connects to nothing.
In the month that was in Apple litigation, Steve Berman goes all Braveheart on behalf of ebooks customers, Michael Bromwich continues to be a thorn in Apple’s side, the Korea Fair Trade Commission learns about the legal system at the “Wonder Pets” School of Law, and a formidable new foe steps into the arena: the angry educated of Wisconsin!
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified has three new DLC packs that expand upon special agent William Carter and his team’s original mission—to survive, adapt, and overcome the enemy threat. The three DLC packs—Hangar 6 R&D, CodeBreakers and Light Plasma Pistol—cost under $10 total, and the original game is currently $10 off in the Mac App Store.
Shadowrun: Dragonfall—a major expansion for the magic-meets-cyberpunk tactical RPG mashup Shadowrun Returns—has launched for Windows, OS X, and Linux. Featuring a 12+ hour campaign set in the city of Berlin, Shadowrun: Dragonfall also contains a multitude of new features and enhancements for the core Shadowrun Returns game.
Battle Supremacy—a WWII tank battle game from Atypical Games—was a pretty big hit with AppleTell writer David Temple when he reviewed it for iOS. But an iPhone or even iPad screen is a pretty limiting way experience tank busting battles, which is why the developers have now released it for OS X. Better yet, it features cross-platform multiplayer with the iOS version.
Deadman’s Cross—a zombie-themed collectible card battle RPG from Square Enix—has surpassed one million downloads worldwide. To celebrate the milestone, players who download and register the game by today will be treated to 300 Deadmans’ Coins, the in-game currency.
Abducted is an episodic adventure horror game set on an alien ship inhabited only by yourself and a helpful artificial intelligence. Explore and use powers to manipulate the environment and defend yourself from hostile aliens and the ship itself.
Starting in March, players of the iOS game Puzzles & Dragons will be able to explore an Evangelion-themed dungeon where they will face off against the mysterious Angels. Special Rare Egg machines shaped like the EVA-01 will be featured, and egg drops will include popular Evangelion characters Shinji, Rei, Asuka, Mari, and Kaworu, along with the EVA units they pilot.
Do you like jigsaw puzzles? Are you a fan of the Deponia and Edna & Harvey games from Daedalic Entertainment? If so, you’re in luck; Deponia – The Puzzle and Edna & Harvey – The Puzzle will be released in early March 2014 for iPad and Android tablets. Each game will feature 96 puzzles in form of the most popular backgrounds from the Deponia Trilogy and the Edna & Harvey Series.
The SXSW Gaming Expo in Austin, Texas, will be provide your opportunity to learn how Telltale and Gearbox came together, see the first glimpses of how Tales from the Borderlands will be told, and ask your burning questions about what might be in store in this new tale set on the ruthless, greedy, and unpredictable world of Pandora.
In April 2012, Jane Jensen formed Pinkerton Road and launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund Moebius: Empire Rising. As a result, in April 2014, you’ll be able to experience an all-new series of paranormal mystery adventures starring Malachi Rector, a brilliant antiques dealer and historian.
In 2015, Steve Jobs will get a collectible stamp from the U.S. Postal Service, according to a document obtained by the Washington Post. Other people and events that will be honored include Janis Joplin, Nevada Statehood, Letter Writing, and more. Unfortunately, since the design is still being developed, there’s no hint as to how the Steve Jobs stamp will look.
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