iPad Games

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project Now Available on the Apple App Store

The Apple App Store is quickly becoming a retro-gamers paradise. Over the last few months classic games like Double Dragon, Tomb Raider and now Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project have been ported to iOS devices. The Manhattan Project was originally released for Windows in 2002 and it is now available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project

In the Manhattan Project Duke must save New York City from Mech Morphix's army of mutants by deploying W.I.N. (Weapons, Insults and Name-Calling). The iOS version features 9 brand new weapons, 8 levels and all the "best elements" of Duke Nukem, Duke Nukem II and Duke Nukem 3D.

Jet Car Stunts 2 Now Available for Free in the App Store

The sequel to the popular racing game Jet Car Stunts is now available for free in the App Store. Jet Car Stunts 2 features the same crazy tracks and impossible jumps that made the original such a huge hit. The sequel also brings a new level creation mode and iOS 7 controller support.

Jet Car Stunts 2

Jet Car Stunts 2 is a fun racing game where players must use their jet powered car to complete outlandish tracks suspended high in the air. It can be really challenging trying to complete the impossibly long jumps while watching your rocket fuel and trying to steer your car without flipping over, all at the same time. The game can also be really addicting and sometimes frustrating as you try not to overshoot jumps and avoid crashing into walls.

How to Stop Receiving Notifications from Games on Your iPad

A lot of new people have joined the Apple ecosystem after receiving either an iPad or iPhone for the holidays. This means a lot of new iOS owners are just discovering how annoying it is to receive constant notifications and reminders from games and apps that they've downloaded. Here's an easy way to silence all games and apps on any iOS device.

iPad Tips

Just navigate to Settings > Notification Center and scroll down until you locate the app you want to silence. Tap the game or application's tab and turn off the Notification Center slider, or just select "None" under Alert Style.

Walking Dead: The Game - Season 2 is Now Available to Download

The second season of Telltale's The Walking Dead video game is now available for iOS devices, desktops running Microsoft Windows or OS X, and on Xbox Live or the PlayStation Network. iPod touch, iPhone and iPad owners can download the first chapter "All That Remains" from the App Store for $4.99. Mac and PC owners can download an online game code from Amazon.com or via Steam.

Walking Dead: The Game - Season 2

The sequel to the hit game based on AMC's television adaptation of Robert Kirkman's graphic novel, follows a young orphan named Clementine who is trying to survive the zombie apocalypse. Just like the original, players must make gruesome decisions that affect the outcome of the game.

Original Tomb Raider Only $0.99 on the App Store

The original Tomb Raider is now available on the Apple App Store for only $0.99. That's right, iOS users can now relive Lara Croft's first adventures right on their iPad or iPhone. Developer Square Enix promises nothing has changed, and that the iOS version is "the full, unedited, unadulterated experience from the classic release."

Tomb Raider iOS

The original Tomb Raider helped make the original Sony PlayStation a huge hit in the 1990s, and it also launched one of those most iconic video game characters of all time. The Tomb Raider franchise not only includes several popular video games, but it was also a movie starring Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft.

Cut the Rope 2 Gets an Official Release Date

Russian developer ZeptoLab announced today that Cut the Rope 2 will be available next Thursday, December 19. The sequel to the popular puzzle game will feature Om Nom plus some new characters named the Nommies. Each Nommie has a "signature environment of its own that defines its appearance and special abilities," according to iDownloadblog who got an early look at the game.

Players must use each Nommie's special ability to help Om Nom retrieve his candy from some mischievous spiders while collecting as many stars as they can on the way. The game also allows users to interact with Om Nom by moving him around the screen for the very first time.

LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga Lands on the App Store

Hot on the heels of an important Star Wars: Tiny Death Star update, LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga has landed at the Apple App Store. The new iOS game features LEGO versions of all the Star War episodes starting with The Phantom Menace. Episode one is free to download, and Episodes II – VI are available as in-app purchases. You can purchase the complete saga for $15, or each episode individually for around $3 each.

LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga

LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a port of the console versions of the games released by the Lego Group in 2005. The iOS version features 36 story mode levels, bonus content, over 120 characters, and both "Classic" and “Touch Screen” controls. The game requires 1.44GB of available space if you download it directly to your device, but only 735MB of space if you download it to your computer and then sync.

How to Unlock All the Scenes in Star Wars: Tiny Death Star

Star Wars: Tiny Death Star has received a special holiday update which makes it easier to unlock all the hidden "Scenes" in your Album. Version 1.2 of the game allows you to deliver bitizens with a question mark to any level. This is great because you can now try to match the correct Star Wars character to the right level to unlock all the scenes. For example, delivering Boba Fett to the Cloud City Spa will unlock the Hans Solo carbonite scene.

Star Wars Tiny Death Star

This feature was just released today, so I haven't had the time to unlock all of the scenes, but I will update this page as I figure out each one. Also feel free to pitch in and tell us who unlocks what scene or any other tips in the comments section below. This way we can make a complete list to help other players who are stuck. Thanks in advance!

What Nintendo games are available for the iPad?

At this point there are no Nintendo games available for iOS devices in Apple's App Store. Nintendo has made it clear that they have no interest in releasing their titles for mobile devices like the iPad or iPhone.

Nintendo developer Takashi Tezuka said in an interview that it is "definitely possible" for them to create touch screen-based games, but they would only be released on a Nintendo platform.

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Double Dragon Trilogy Now Available for iOS Devices

Retro gamers can now purchase the entire Double Dragon Trilogy from the App Store. The $2.99 download includes Double Dragon, Double Dragon 2: The Revenge, and Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone. Players can choose between Arcade and Story mode, and three difficulty levels (mobile, normal or expert). Arcade mode allows you to play the game the way it was meant to be, from beginning to end, and Story mode allows you unlock new stages and achievements as you advance.

Double Dragon iOS

The Double Dragon Trilogy also includes the original 8-bit soundtrack, a brand-new remastered soundtrack, Bluetooth co-op mode and gamepad support.

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