Science: Tablet gaming is making you sick.

It’s true that mobile and gaming is a market that’s still struggling to define itself, amid a sea of free-to-play apps, sudden and intense fads that come and go, and shady practices. It’s enough to make any gamer ill, but apparently, that green feeling you’re getting around the gills might have as much to do more »

Nintendo denies smartphone game rumors

Nintendo has pulled off a feat that’s seemingly impossible: In a market where everybody’s got a smartphone, and there are thousands of games for free or cheap on that smartphone, they’ve kept portable consoles not just alive, but thriving. So rumors that Nintendo was, however timidly, going to start making mobile games was met with more »

The FAA says it’s safe to use your electronics during an entire flight

Many of us have been in a situation when we had to remind ourselves to turn off all our electronic devices while on an airplane. It’s just one of those rules that didn’t make a whole lot of sense in this day and age. The Federal Aviation Administration had been looking to relax those rules, more »

XCOM: Enemy Unknown for iOS gets multiplayer in latest update

XCOM: Enemy Unknown for iOS devices has me on the brink of buying an iPad just so I can play it all over again. With the latest update pushed out to iTunes today, multiplayer has been added. Asynchronous multiplayer to be exact. Setting up multiple matches and playing your turn when you have a moment more »

Golem Arcana brings miniatures to mobile

Golem Arcana is a miniatures game with a new solution to the problem of “miniatures are cool, huge rulebooks telling you how to play with them are not cool.” As you can see from the picture, the cool look is definitely there. In the background you can how the rulebook problem is to be solved: the game will be fully integrated for your tablet or even phone, so players won’t have to spend time record keeping or looking up rules.

Sony and Coke Zero squeeze more life out of PlayStation All-Stars

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale may have lost some of its steam since release, but Sony isn’t going to let the concept die just yet. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has embraced Coca-Cola, iOS and Android to create PlayStation All-Stars Island. This is a free-to-play game that puts characters such as Nathan Drake, Sackboy, Cole McGrath, Ratchet more »

Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Android console will be released this holiday season

Game console peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz has announced today that their new Android based M.O.J.O. home console will be made available to purchase this holiday season. According to an official Mad Catz press release, the M.O.J.O is “expected” to come with the Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R Wireless GamePad, another newly announced device that allows mobile games with touch more »

Randy Moss ready to make plays against his fans with OverDog app

GamerTell recently told you about OverDog, an app that lets you play console games with famous athletes. Former Chicago Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer realized video games were a common passion of athletes and sports fans. He started working on a way to connect them, and this app is the result. OverDog announced the biggest name more »

Interview: Hunter Hillenmeyer talks OverDog, Kickstarter and gaming with pro athletes

In this era of social media, there are lots of ways to interact with your favorite athletes. Few are as much fun as joining them for a game of Madden or Halo 4. That’s the experience OverDog wants to provide. It’s a platform that allows pro athletes and their fans to connect and play their more »

Black Friday 2012: Great deals on indie games

Play some great indie games this holiday season and save some money while your at it…


Review: Pilot Brothers for iOS

Who can rescue a kidnapped elephant from his cruel master? Why the Pilot Brothers, of course!

E3 2012: GamerTell interviews Monkeypaw’s John Greiner and Gaijinworks’ Victor Ireland

E3 is an awesome opportunity for companies to talk about the games they love, the ones they’ve been spending weeks, months and years to prepare. Monkeypaw Games’ CEO John Greiner and Gaijinworks CEO Victor Ireland were both on hand at the show to talk about their latest labor of love, Class of Heroes II for more »