Gua-Le-Ni: The Horrendous Parade is a game that was released today in the Apple Appstore. Gua-Le-Ni was developed by Double Jungle, and below the trailer you will find an interview H3rcules had with Gua-Le-Ni developer, Stefano Gualeni. The game is the first casual game of its kind to analyze s its players’ psychophysiological responses during… Continue reading
A few Chicago-based Walgreens locations are trying out a program where Apple Ipads are used in their stores. The Ipad-wielding “Health Guides” will patrol the store and attempt to assist customers with their needs. This tech addition is to relieve pharmacists from having to deal with inquiries that Walgreens officials feel could simply be dealt… Continue reading
One of the more popular Nintendo DS games has been re-launched onto iOS devices. Scribblenauts is a game where you are rewarded for using your imagination. Each level in the game presents the player with a simple challenge, and the player has to then summon forth objects in order to solve the challenges. For example,… Continue reading
In a recent NY Times article, the upcoming battle between Apple and Amazon was discussed. Apple has been dominating the tablet market with the Ipad, and while they have seen competition from other brands, Apple has been able to dominate the market with their business strategy: selling media in order to sell their products (like… Continue reading
Funny, sad…and kinda true.
ESPN has launched their “Watch ESPN” app where Ipad, Iphone, and Ipod owners can watch live streams of whatever is airing on ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPNU, and ESPN3. The catch is that you must be a customer of Time Warner, Bright House Networks, or Verizon FIOS. Don’t have an Apple device? Have an Apple Device… Continue reading