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Runescape 3 MMORPG coming to iPad in time, will work on some Android devices from 22 July launch

Runescape 3 MMORPG coming to iPad in time, will work on some Android devices from 22 July launch

By 5 July 2013

Runescape 3 is coming 22 July to web browsers and represents a huge update in the popular massively multiplayer role-playing game series. The new technology used will enhance almost every aspect of the game, including the 3D graphics, draw distance,... >>

Paper iPad app turns Royal fashion exhibit interactive at Kensington Palace

Paper iPad app turns Royal fashion exhibit interactive at Kensington Palace

By 5 July 2013

Kensington Palace has teamed up with 53, the developer behind the popular iPad exclusive app Paper, to create a dedicated version of the app to accompany the palace's new show, Fashion Rules. The exhibit, which looks at the changing dress styles of the... >>

EA: The market has spoken, freemium is the future

EA: The market has spoken, freemium is the future

By 4 July 2013

Nick Earl, the senior vice-president and general manager of EA All Play, has revealed that the freemium payment model is not just what the games giant wants, its what mobile gamers want too. EA All Play is one of the largest players in the app games business,... >>

Real Racing 3 update is a game changer, prestige cars just sweeten the deal

Real Racing 3 update is a game changer, prestige cars just sweeten the deal

By 3 July 2013

We've long been fans of Real Racing 3. Since the launch of Firemonkeys' premium racing title, we've been putting in the hours, spending more time in this game than perhaps any other previously. There have been several updates to the title, which is part... >>

App of the day: Pet Rescue Saga review (iPhone)

App of the day: Pet Rescue Saga review (iPhone)

By 2 July 2013

Pet Rescue Saga, the latest tile from King - makers of app heavyweight Candy Crush Saga - has landed to eat into your every minute. It's a good-looking and well-made puzzle game that's taxing and rewarding in equal measure. Pet Rescue Saga Format iOS... >>

Professor Layton hits iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, in the form of Layton Brothers Mystery Room

Professor Layton hits iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, in the form of Layton Brothers Mystery Room

By 27 June 2013

The Professor Layton series of games have been enormously successful on the Nintendo DS and 3DS over the years, with each title in the franchise just about selling out for their respective Christmases. And because of that, many clones featuring the same... >>

App of the day: Roundhouse review (iPhone)

App of the day: Roundhouse review (iPhone)

By 24 June 2013

Roundhouse is a two-dimensional beat-'em-up game reminiscent of the glory days of gaming: think of a flatter, zanier version Streets of Rage for the iPhone and you'll have some idea what to expect from this kickin' app. Roundhouse Format iOS Price $0.99... >>

Where's My Mickey?: Disney pulls out big guns for new Where's My Water? sequel

Where's My Mickey?: Disney pulls out big guns for new Where's My Water? sequel

By 21 June 2013

Disney Interactive has released a second sequel to the award-winning and hugely addictive Where's My Water? And this time the company has focused it around its number one star, Mickey Mouse. Where's My Mickey? features retro-looking versions of the mouse... >>

App of the day: Sparkle 2 review (iPhone)

App of the day: Sparkle 2 review (iPhone)

By 18 June 2013

We see all kinds of apps here on Pocket-lint and sometimes there are real gems among the pack. Sparkle 2 - as its title almost seems confidently to declare - really does shine. It's an action puzzle game that requires quick wits and it's kept us engaged... >>

Watch Dogs: Assist friends via Android and iOS app integration, we go hands on

Watch Dogs: Assist friends via Android and iOS app integration, we go hands on

By 15 June 2013

Watch Dogs - Ubisoft's much-anticipated next-gen free-roaming stealth title - was shown off to Pocket-lint by Sony at this year's E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles. As much as the game itself looked stellar, it was the interaction between the game and both... >>


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