Virtual Programming released expansion packs for Majesty 2 for Mac OS X, as well as a new time traveling first person shooter (FPS), Darkest of Days. The Majesty 2 expansions add new missions and features, while Darkest of Days puts the player in the role of a time traveler who must protect historical figures important to the space-time continuum.
Chillingo released a new version of Angry Birds HD for iPad this week. Version 1.5 includes 15 new levels, support for Apple’s Game Center, a new Golden Egg, a new theme, and a new feature called The Mighty Eagle that allows users to bypass a level.
Chair released version 1.1 of their wildly popular hack-n-slash, Infinity Blade. While just a .1 update, the new version includes several major new features including an increase int eh level cap, new weapons and gear, in-app gold purchases, and more.
The BBC’s popular science fiction series Doctor Who has finally worked its way from your TV to your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad in the form of a new game called Doctor Who: The Mazes of Time. The game features the 11th Doctor and is companion Amy Pond in a time travelling adventure where they race to save a family from the Daleks.
Cyan Worlds’ Riven, the sequel to the popular game Myst, is available for the iPhone and iPod touch as of Tuesday. Riven was originally released for the Mac and Windows in the late 1990s, and the new iPhone version faithfully recreates the game play from the original release.
The release of iOS 4.2. 1for iPad brought a lot of great features to the device, including Game Center. Vern Seward is excited about this, and he talked to several developers to learn more about Game Center gaming on the device.
Its was promised, and it’s here at last. Epic’s epic hack-n-slash RPG is available for most iOS4 devices. Was it worth the wait? Vern Seward jumped in right away to put the game through its paces and reported back with his findings.
Chillingo and ZeptoLab announced the immediate availability of Cut the Rope: Holiday Gift for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad on Friday. The game adds a holiday-themed spin to the popular Cut the Rope, complete with new levels that aren’t available in the standard game.
Microsoft isn’t planning to just let Apple walk away with the mobile gaming space, what with its iPhone and its iPad and iPod touch. No, Big Redmond is “very serious” about Windows Phone 7, and the company said there are too many players in the market to let Apple take that market without a fight.
The highly anticipated Infinity Blade from Epic Games appeared on Apple’s App Store on Thursday, and within hours had already climbed to the top of top grossing apps list.
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