Today is an exciting day for some of the Apple faithful. Some people like to call them “fanboys” but I think that is quite derogatory. After all, if you like a brand and it has built a trustful relationship with you, why wouldn’t you be loyal? I’m often accused of being an Apple hater but […]Continue Reading →
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Today our first self-published app, Quarterback Club, was made available on Windows Phone Marketplace! If you want to see how good the QB of your favourite team is at passing the ball then download it here today, it’s FREE!Continue Reading →
As if I didn’t already know, the pollution in my Twitter feed is telling me that this week is GDC week. For you non games industry tweeps, GDC stands for the Game Developers Conference. A really good week of knowledge sharing, cool parties and announcements of varying quality. Normally I really like GDC but this year […]Continue Reading →
Last year an amazing thing happened. For once, the iCrowd and I had something in common. We were both pissed off with the iPhone 4S. First on offer was a slightly better camera. There was nothing wrong with the camera in the iPhone 4. Everyone with the exception of David Bailey had no complaints with […]Continue Reading →
Today is Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) and if I had been lucky worthy enough to attend, these are some of the features and points I’d like to be hearing about at 18:00 GMT this evening. Set People Free People like simplicity and they like flexibility; what once was a filofax, a pager, an mp3 […]Continue Reading →
This past Friday I grabbed Limbo on Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA) and after finishing it, ruffled a few feathers by saying that I was glad it was half price. “What’s your beef man, I loved it!” said one friend. “You’re wrong, it was awesome.” said another. After a quick check of the credits, the 2 […]Continue Reading →
I read a good article on mcvuk.com yesterday about some kid who spent £1000 on his mums credit card by buying downloadable content (DLC), That’s in-app purchases to those of you in mobile land. I have to say that I seriously doubt that this bill could’ve been run up solely on DLC and after reading […]Continue Reading →