Archive for the ‘iPad Games’ Category
If you have kids you’ve likely heard the name Mo Willems. He’s a best selling kids author with such gems as Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus, Knuffle Bunny, and Edwina The Dinosaur That Didn’t Know She Was Extinct.
There’s no denying the success of the Cars movie franchise. The two movies have combined for more than a billion dollars at the box office, with millions more in merchandise.
So it’s a no brainer Disney/Pixar brought this franchise to your iPad in the form of an interactive game.
The iOS exclusive RPG game franchise Infinity Blade, which consists of the original Infinity Blade and the Infinity Blade II, will soon be getting a third installment in the massive hit series called Infinity Blade: Dungeons, the very first gameplay footage of which has just been published by Joystiq. Developed by Epic Games Inc. and its award-winning development studio, ChAIR Entertainment, the game is based on the award winning Unreal Engine 3 technology.
Looking at the gameplay video, it seems … Read More
I’m always on the lookout or fun educational apps for my 2-year-old son. So I was excited when I saw Trucks HD in this weeks featured section of the App Store. My son loves dump trucks and diggers, so I thought this would be right up his ally.
Plus, the developers – Duck Duck Moose – have a god reputation for educational apps for kids. But I have to … Read More
The iPad is a great tool for helping your kids learn. There are a lot of fun educational apps to help with reading, writing, math and just about anything they’ll be learning in school.
iWriteWords is fun way for your toddler, or preschooler to learn to write letters, numbers and spell easy words.
Your kid traces the uppercase, lowercase letters or the numbers using their fingers. To guide them along … Read More
EA is out with an update to the popular Tetris for iPad game. It now has beautiful HD graphics perfect for your retina display new iPad, and it now offers some new gameplay options.
Before I get into those, let me point out this update has some people upset. EA has pulled the previous Tetris for iPad game from the app store. That means to upgrade to this version … Read More
If you have the new iPad or have seen one in person, you know how beautiful the Retina Display is – especially when it comes to text.
If you put the new iPad and iPad 2 next to each other, the difference in clarity of text is unmistakable. But how does this clarity and retina display stack up when it comes to gaming?
That’s a tough question to answer right now. Games … Read More
When it comes to children and iOS devices, parents have a lot of choices of apps and products to choose from for their little one. It can be quite intimidating to weed through the good, the bad and even the ugly.
To help parents, soon to be parents or anyone with children, iPadinCanada and iPhoneinCanada is launching a series we’re calling Child’s Play.
We’ll test out apps and products to help you … Read More
Remember the last time you heard of a modern world accessory from Atari? No? I don’t either! But today, the pioneer of arcade games and home gaming consoles has announced a pretty interesting iPad accessory called Arcade-Duo Powered Joystick. Many believe that Atari is somewhat dead now but to me, the company seems to be pretty much active. For instance, if you want to re-live some of those Atari classic … Read More
One of the best selling games of iPhone and possibly the only true competitor to Angry Birds in terms of App Store sales and addictive gameplay, Doodle Jump has just made it to the bigger screen of iPad for an even better jumping experience. The gameplay is similar to the iPhone version with support for iPad’s accelerometer / gyroscopic controls allowing you to simply move the iPad in order to … Read More