Learn how to enable Olympic mode in Google Chrome's dinosaur jumping game on your mobile devices and computers, just in time for the 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games.
Last week, Netflix blew some minds by saying it was (finally?) jumping into the video game market. Unfortunately, while the company made some executive changes to warrant this shift in strategy, they didn't go into much detail at the time. Today, that's changing a little.
Apple Arcade has a lot of games under its umbrella, and it recently buffed up the library by launching updated versions of classic titles. Today, a trio of new games have arrived on the subscription service. Apple actually first teased their arrival back in June of this year.
When it comes to playing games on devices, there are a lot of options for subscription services these days. One of the biggest, Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, and even Apple's Apple Arcade, are pretty good value. And now it looks like Netflix is ready to jump on board the bandwagon.
“Alto's Odyssey: The Lost City” is launching on Apple Arcade on Friday, July 16, developer Snowman has announced. Here's your first glimpse of what lies beneath the endless desert.
Follow a few simple steps laid out in our tutorial if you'd like to discover and play a secret Google Easter egg pinball game in the company's official app for iPhone and iPad.
Microsoft's goal was to launch its cloud gaming service, xCloud (or Xbox Cloud Gaming), directly on the App Store. But Apple isn't keen on that idea (even after making some changes to seem like it is). So, like other companies, Microsoft had to use a workaround, utilizing Safari to welcome the service for iOS users.
The Pokemon franchise will soon get its first strategic team battle game, Pokemon United.
Having debuted with almost a hundred games, Apple Arcade now offers more than 180 titles. New arrivals have been non-existent in the past few months, but that's about to change soon.
Today is the final day of the Epic Games vs. Apple antitrust trial, and it looks like the judge overseeing the case wanted to lean into Apple's chief executive a little bit.
Apple and Microsoft have been around long enough that they know what a rivalry looks like. They also understand, just like Intel, what "competitive fun" looks like, too. But it looks like the rivalry between Apple and Microsoft is ramping up again.
Snowman, the brains behind the endless runner and sand/snowboarding games Alto's Adventure and Alto's Odyssey, have a new interactive iOS app built specifically for kids.