Ben 10 gets his wheels with Galactic Racing

If you have a small boy aged between about 4 and 7, you’re likely to be very familiar with Ben 10. Just quickly, for the uninitiated, Ben 10 is Ben Tennyson, ‘an ordinary boy’ who finds a weird alien watch, which turns out to be Omnitrix (or the Ultramatrix as it becomes in later series). … Continue reading Ben 10 gets his wheels with Galactic Racing

Hexathrill puts you right in the F1 hot seat

We’ve all heard of the six degrees of separation analogy, but when it comes to Formula One simulators, the buzz words are ‘six degrees of freedom’. Apparently these are the desired numbers you need if you really want to know what it feels like to drive full throttle around the Nurburgring. The architect of all … Continue reading Hexathrill puts you right in the F1 hot seat

Pucca Noodle Rush iPhone app review

A someone who has played Get a Better Lover and Go Densha Go! I’m sure you can build a game around most things. But being a waitress? Even I was a little sceptical. But as I watched a whole weekend disappear to Game Dev Story, an engrossing game that simulates people sitting in an office … Continue reading Pucca Noodle Rush iPhone app review

Virus Strike: Interview with indie developer Neil Ferguson

With over 100,000 apps, the App Store is officially massive. So when you put together a game like Virus Strike, a competition-winning Bejewelled/Flight Control/Tetris/Dr. Mario mashup, how do you go about getting it noticed? In fact, how do you go about getting it made? We spoke to Virus Strike’s indie developer Neil Ferguson. The Game … Continue reading Virus Strike: Interview with indie developer Neil Ferguson

Top 10 iPad games

With the official UK and international iPad release more than a month old, we thought we would give you a run down on the best games that have been keeping us entertained for a month now. We trawled through the iTunes store and here is our top ten. We’ve tried, tested and reviewed all the … Continue reading Top 10 iPad games