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Apps For Specific Gamers Updated: Pokémon & The Commodore 64
In December we buckled down and found the most applicable apps for gamers wanting actual apps for gaming. Doing that we split them into two lists, Apps Every Gamer Needs and Apps For Specific Gamers. Well today we’ve got a few more to add to the latter list. Check out the newcomers below and the full list here. As usual, if you have apps you’d like to see in this list let us know.
Check out the full article.
Tim O’Rourke // Super PolyPixel

Apps For Specific Gamers Updated: Pokémon & The Commodore 64

In December we buckled down and found the most applicable apps for gamers wanting actual apps for gaming. Doing that we split them into two lists, Apps Every Gamer Needs and Apps For Specific Gamers. Well today we’ve got a few more to add to the latter list. Check out the newcomers below and the full list here. As usual, if you have apps you’d like to see in this list let us know.

Check out the full article.

Tim O’Rourke // Super PolyPixel

We all have those people in our lives. The ones that are defined by more than just the word “gamer”. They do other things in addition to further strengthen their growing niche. If so, these following apps will probably fall into their category.
As with our last post, we’ll be updating this as time goes on. When we find worthy apps we’ll be sure to put them right here for you. Got one you think deserves to be here? Contact us with it and we’ll let you know!
Need more Apps? Check out Apps Every Gamer Needs.
Check out the full article.
Tim O’Rourke // Super PolyPixel

We all have those people in our lives. The ones that are defined by more than just the word “gamer”. They do other things in addition to further strengthen their growing niche. If so, these following apps will probably fall into their category.

As with our last post, we’ll be updating this as time goes on. When we find worthy apps we’ll be sure to put them right here for you. Got one you think deserves to be here? Contact us with it and we’ll let you know!

Need more Apps? Check out Apps Every Gamer Needs.

Check out the full article.

Tim O’Rourke // Super PolyPixel

Apps Every Gamer Needs
So you woke up this morning to find tons of presents under a beautiful tree that you and your family decorated days before. All in anticipation for this morning. It all paid off and you finally have your own iDevice sitting in your hands. Now there looms a question that we’ve all had to face once diving into the smartphone/tablet world. Where to begin? You being as tech savvy as you are, head to the internet. When has the internet ever failed you?
The internet is abound with lists of the best gaming apps; you can’t turn a corner without a site making one. But what I’ve found to be much harder to find is good info on great apps to help out the gamer in need. Below is our ever-growing and constantly curated list of the best game related apps we could find. When we find more worthy apps we’ll be sure to put them right here for you.
Check out the full article.
Tim O’Rourke // Super PolyPixel

Apps Every Gamer Needs

So you woke up this morning to find tons of presents under a beautiful tree that you and your family decorated days before. All in anticipation for this morning. It all paid off and you finally have your own iDevice sitting in your hands. Now there looms a question that we’ve all had to face once diving into the smartphone/tablet world. Where to begin? You being as tech savvy as you are, head to the internet. When has the internet ever failed you?

The internet is abound with lists of the best gaming apps; you can’t turn a corner without a site making one. But what I’ve found to be much harder to find is good info on great apps to help out the gamer in need. Below is our ever-growing and constantly curated list of the best game related apps we could find. When we find more worthy apps we’ll be sure to put them right here for you.

Check out the full article.

Tim O’Rourke // Super PolyPixel

Wonderful Draw Something Pictures

If you’re into social networking/gaming, or haven’t been living under a rock for the last year, then you are well aware of the game Draw Something. If you are unaware, then to sum it up it’s Pictionary on your phone.

Most pictures I’ve seen are simple and crude, but work. But some people that play are actual artists and make sick drawings. Here is a nice collage of drawings.

They start with Princess Peach, and have a few iconic video game and sci-fi characters. Unfortunately it ends with the famous “Mug” picture that you’ve probably seen floating around the net.

Have any good Draw Something pictures you would like to share with us?

Mark Renna // Super PolyPixel

Kainy App Brings You PC Gaming In The Palm Of Your Hands

Ok, let’s nerd out a bit here. I have come across some awesome news, and not sure where to start. So let’s start by saying that with the new Kainy app you might be able to play PC games on your phone. Now let’s skip to some back story on my end so you know more reason why I had to change my shorts after finding out this info!

I have a Droid, a Droid Bionic to be exact. It’s my first true smartphone, and I love it. I toiled between this and an iPhone for some time. I went with the Droid. I’m not a fanboy of either device. I enjoy all tech, and appreciate both OS’s. Now putting that first hurdle to rest, I need to tell you a little bit about my phone.

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Angry Birds Space Gets First Trailer

Heard of Angry Birds? Sure you have! It’s only the most popular mobile game out there. But lately, I’ve found myself thinking the gameplay has gotten a little stale. Good thing the fine folks at Rovio have seen fit to make a sequel. Where does it take place? Why, in space!

There’s no gameplay to be seen in the trailer, it’s really just a teaser. But what is shown is giggle worthy. Obviously the core component of Angry Birds Space will be lack of gravity and probably space pigs and space birds. I’m hoping for something more, but either way I’ll probably get it. Who am I kidding, every one will.

Tim O’Rourke // Super PolyPixel

Famitsu Magazine Coming to iOS and Android

Enterbrain has announced that the widely popular Japanese video game magazine, Famitsu, is coming as digital download to iOS and Android devices. This is an upgrade to the previous app for iPhone and iPad that was only a preview, showing a few pages of the upcoming issue. That way you could see a few articles and find out if you want to pick up that weeks edition at your local magazine stand.

This new app will be a direct digital download of the paperback version, and slated to be about 350 yen. Which is said to be the going rate for the printed version. That could be a plus for people over seas, as the magazine in North America can be quite pricey because of shipping. This could save you some money and you would have an easier way of carrying it around.

To get the magazine, simply download the Book Walker viewer app in the Appstore or Android Market, and find Famitsu. Will you be going digital for your favorite Japanese gaming magazine, or keeping your roll up, double as a fly swatter, printed version?

Mark Renna // Super PolyPixel