Taking old skins and slapping them on new games is not an uncommon practice in video games. And in the world of mobile gaming, where players are more likely to follow a gaming trend than a franchise, it’s pretty much the norm. But as I spent the past couple days with a preview copy of Sonic Jump Fever, I found myself wondering if this isn’t the best use of the character yet on an iOS device.
In case you haven’t yet had your fill iPhone rumor and speculation, here’s another interesting bit. Spigen—the popular case manufacturer known for teasing cases for unreleased products—has done it again. The company has teased an image on Google+ which may drop some hints about the upcoming iPhone 6.
Man. You people just really don’t like wires anymore. I’m not one to step in the way of progress, so here’s some news to help you cut the wires from your iOS devices. Trident Case has expanded its Electra Series with a new line of wireless chargers and cases that leverage Qi inductive charging technology. The series comprises five wireless chargers and two Qi-capable cases for devices that are not Qi-compatible, such as the iPhone.
Panzer Tactics HD is a remake of the Nintendo DS classic where you experience World War II as a member of the Soviet Red Army, the German Wehrmacht, and the Western Allies. Now available for the iPad, you can play three campaigns with more than 150 units and 30 officers where varying terrain, weather, and the morale of your troops turn each battle into a challenge, ensuring that no two matches are alike.
Whereas I’ve never understood why people would want to watch one guy take a thing and make it go faster than another guy’s thing, I do get the need to be one of those guys with the thing. Most of us can’t just take our Toyotas to the streets of Paris and Abu Dhabi for some intense racing action, however, which is why we rely on Feral Interactive to release games such as GRID 2 Reloaded Edition.
Where I live, tornados are kind of thing. We just had a warning today, in fact, according to the AT&T notification. However, sharks are kind of not a thing, so no worries there. I live in greater fear of a frognado or tirenado, neither of which instill much fear. Thankfully, we’ll soon have Sharknado: The Video Game for iOS to fill that void.
There’s a right height for your monitor, and your iMac or Cinema Display may not be at it. Adjusting your chair to hit it can leave you sitting uncomfortably, but staring down or up at your monitor can hurt your posture. The solution is a monitor stand. I’ve used and reviewed a few here at AppleTell, most of which concerned themselves with either looked good sitting under Apple products or with providing additional functionality. The UNITI Stand, now on Kickstarter, seems concerned with both.