Gameloft has cranked out many mobile games over the years, and their Dungeon Hunter franchise is arguably one of the most popular. The latest installment in the series arrived yesterday with the Dungeon Hunter 5 release, and after spending some time with the game, we’re back to give you the scoop.
Rovio has been in the news quite a bit lately with the recently release of Jolly Jam and the soft-launch of a brand new Angry Birds game. Well, they just unleashed another mobile game that we didn’t see coming, and it’s probably not what you’re going to expect. Angry Birds Stella POP! has landed, and it’s here to eat up all your free time.
Rovio has put out a slew of games since the original Angry Birds first graced our mobiles. Those birds have come a long way in a short time, but it’s been a while since we had a “true” Angry Birds game. That’s going to change in the very near future as Rovio has just unleashed Angry Birds Under Pigstruction in soft launch mode for folks on iOS.
If you own a smartphone, you probably have the YouTube app installed, and it’s one of the most used mobile applications on the planet. It isn’t always a good thing to have unlocked if you have kids, as there are plenty of videos not safe for children out there. If you keep your kids away from YouTube, you can now turn them loose thanks to the new YouTube Kids app.
A lot of people watch videos on their mobile devices, and it’s safe to say that YouTube isn’t going out of business anytime soon. We’ve seen a couple of smartphones with built-in Pico projectors, but The Beam projector is the first gadget we’ve seen that turns an ordinary light socket into a projector.
If you watch movies or TV episodes on your PC, there is a very good chance you are familiar with the VLC player. The popular program recently shed its Beta tag for Android (before disappearing), and now we’re getting word a major update is on the way. Ready for Chromecast support through the VLC app?
The App Store and Google Play are vast collections full of more games than you could ever hope to play, and we’re just talking about the English stores. What’s popular in one region may never arrive in another local, but one of Japan’s most popular mobile titles has just arrived in the US. It’s called the One Piece Treasure Cruise game, and you can thank Namco Bandai for killing your free time.
If you want a cool gadget, crowdfunding sites are a great place to turn and there is plenty of mobile tech in need of funding. With that in mind, we’re going to start something called Kickstarter Mobile, where we pick a cool mobile project each week. First up, is a mobile accessory called the Kalt Infrared Thermometer.