Kingdom Rush HD – A Game for iPad

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Uncategorized

Kingdom Rush HD is a poplar iPad game. It sells $2.99 on iPad and is cool to play. The world’s most devilishly addictive tower defense game – Kingdom Rush: Frontiers!

There is an official trailer.

Kingdom Rush have the following highlights:

1.Epic defense battles that will hook you for hours!

2.Command your soldiers and see them engage in hand to hand cartoon battles!

3.8 specialized tower upgrades to customize your strategy! Mighty Barbarians, Arcane Wizards, Forest Rangers to name a few.

4. Over 18 tower abilities! Have your Sorcerers summon earth elementals and polymorph your enemies!

5. Over 30 different enemies, from Goblins to Demons each with their own skills! (Beware of the mountain Trolls!)

6.Intense boss fights never seen on a defense game!

7. Hours of gameplay with over 50 achievements

8. Extra game modes that will challenge your tactical skills to the limit.

9.High definition awesome illustrated cartoon art!

10. In-game encyclopedia with information from your towers and enemies.

Xbox SmartGlass app is on iOS and Android

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Games and Players, Gaming/Games consoles, Uncategorized

As has become a trend, the iOS app appears to have been polished more than the Android version. It does not offer support for Android tablets at the moment, although users have found a way around this by sideloading the APK file on the tablet using a PC or Mac. However, the app is a small problem and it is far from his best at the moment.Xbox SmartGlass works on any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch if it is loaded with iOS 5 or later, however, support for the iPhone 5 is not complete – the black bars are there on the screen . It is available now as a free download on the App Store.Tags: App, Forza Horizon, iOS, ipad, iPhone, microsoft, Second Screen, Smartglass, xbox. After the launch on Android last week, Microsoft SmartGlass app for Apple devices is finally here. The iOS version of the application is now available as a free download on the App Store.
For those unfamiliar, SmartGlass adds a host of features “second screen” on a mobile device, for use with the Xbox 360 console. This feature includes having stats of the game you are playing displayed on your tablet and use your phone as a keyboard for the Xbox browser.
Unlike the Android version currently available (free) from the magazine Play, the iOS version provides support for tablets – namely the iPad. It also features split-screen for the title Forza Horizon again, which is something that most players are eager to try, but can not currently use an Android device.
“Stars Home Run” Title Kinect will also work with the iOS version of the application, bringing elements of the game for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. With Forza Horizon, you will be able to provide content such as card in the game on the screen of your iOS device.

As has become a trend, the iOS app appears to have been polished more than the Android version. It does not offer support for Android tablets at the moment, although users have found a way around this by sideloading the APK file on the tablet using a PC or Mac. However, the app is a small problem and it is far from his best at the moment.
Xbox SmartGlass works on any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch if it is loaded with iOS 5 or later, however, support for the iPhone 5 is not complete – the black bars are there on the screen . It is available now as a free download on the App Store.

Virgin TV Anywhere launched on iPhone and iPad

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Uncategorized, others

Virgin Media’s new Virgin TV Anywhere app is now live and available to download from the App Store for iOS devices.

The app brings a whole host of functionality to your iPhone or iPad, including loads of on-demand content, access to manage your TiVo box remotely, and even live TV streaming.

We were fortunate enough to take an early look at the app with Virgin Media and had some hands on time with the app in iPad form, and we really took to it. Owners of the TiVo box will feel right at home with the user interface and functionality being very similar to that of Virgin’s set top box.

You’ll be able to sign in to the app using your Virgin Media ID and password and then set it up for either home or away use, with the former adding the ability to use an iOS device as a remote for your TiVo box. The ‘away’ option allows you to connect to a Wi-Fi network when out and about and stream live content – provided you’re in the UK – and even manage your TiVo box remotely.

If you’re a Virgin TV customer and you’d like to learn more about Virgin TV Anywhere then read our extensive hands-on article right here.

TV Anywhere will also launch as a web service for Mac and PC users at a later date, with an app for Android also in the works for next year.

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Android Gaming Tablet Archos GamePad with PS VITA Controls

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Uncategorized

Have you thought of a PS Vita-like Android tablet from Archos? Then here is the Archos 7 home GamePad Running Android 4.0 with video game accessories complete. Archos already has its hands on the kiddie market-tablet with its 7-inch pad Arnova child, and now a game controller-based Android is about to be a space populated this October.When Google launched Android 4.0, it has also opened the possibility of tablets game, although few manufacturers have explored this avenue. Archos hopes to target players with a new generation of tablet that it called the GamePad, which offers a mix of Android tablet and gaming console-style controls.


The GamePad is a 7-inch Android 4.0 tablet at its base, but it was designed to be held like a joystick games console with a selection of buttons on each side of the screen and on top. The layout is very similar to the PS Vita, with the formation of diamond buttons A, B, X and Y on the right, a D-pad on the left and two analog sticks flattened on each side of the movement. There are also two shoulder buttons, the N64, which should be perfect for racing titles.
Archos claims it has developed a unique system that allows the buttons that would normally be on the touch screen to be automatically mapped to physical buttons and sticks on the tablet itself. In theory, you should be able to download any game and start playing with the physical checks, rather than spend time assign functions to each part button.The other relatively intelligent GamePad Archos its price “less than € 150 (? 120).” PlayStation Vita cost around ? 200.Under hood, GamePad Archos packs a dual-core 1.5 GHz CPU and a Mali 400MP quad-core GPU.In Digital Foundry’s words, Richard Leadbetter this afternoon, which is “nearly as good” as PlayStation Vita, which has a quad-core and quad-core PowerVR SGX543MP4 + Archos GPU.Inside the GamePad is a dual-core 1.5GHz A9 processor coupled with chip quad-core Mali 400MP graphics, both of which should fill pretty decent tablet for playing some of the most demanding titles on Android today, as Shadowgun and Dead Trigger.The tablet has 8GB of internal storage which is pretty ridiculous considering the highest title Android closer to 1 GB or more, although there is a slot for micro SD card that gives you the option of adding up to 64GB more . From what we can see, the 7-inch screen that seems to be pretty much enough, but there is also a mini HDMI port if you want to transfer the image onto a large screen TV.
I hope we can get the demo game pad soon. Everything is necessary to try to tell the truth.

Move Multimedia to Your Bed

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Uncategorized

What about watching TV on your bedstead? Have you ever thought about that. Or that can be your computer screen on the beadstead? With a LCD screen along with your bed, you can easily save a lot of room of your house. And above all, you won’t need be away from the bed to turn the home TV off. It is not a mystery now. The product like this has arised.


The picture shows a Single Multimedia Bedstead by Harvard furniture company, which can satisfy your multimedia needs on your bed more comfortablely. The TV bed can include the following things:a HD LCD TV with remote, Adjustable head and foot-ends, Slatted beech wood base, Integrated Digital Free View tuner etc.

And when the TV is not in-use, it can be easily retracted into the foot-end, creating a flush surface and erasing all signs of a TV.

What are the two black board on the headboard? Have you noticed? They are two round speakers. hmm. it is so nice to watch a movie or TV series with the speaker. For other home users, maybe there are different needs and design.

The multimedia bed also comes with an integrated MP3 docking station, it is a one-stop entertainment centre. And in addition to all the tech mod-cons, it has handy ‘cubby holes’ for storing plenty of CDs and DVDs.

But what are the disadvantages? If you use the TV bed of this style, the eye health is the most serious problem because of the distance. You should pay attention to it to avoid long time watching TV. So maybe you will then consider buy common beds from the high quality China beds manufacturers.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale beta Comes

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: PS3, Uncategorized


Now, the developers of the PlayStation Royale All-Stars Battle SuperBot are ready to open beta for everyone as they head into the last month of development. Open Beta is similar to the current closed beta, but there is a crucial difference – Play Cross.

If you have a PlayStation Plus subscription, you are eligible to participate in beta Sony first open access for its highly anticipated PlayStation PS3 title Royale All-Stars battle. The game is Sony’s answer to Nintendo franchise Super Smash Bros., and it is expected this holiday season.

Players will be able to battle it out with characters from nearly two decades in the history of PlayStation, ranging from classic casual fan knows that all the darker for Sony fanboys really fanatics to enjoy. The game will be released on November 20, but the beta is online today for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

In a first step, the open beta will be available for PlayStation Plus members until 23 October. At this time, it will be accessible to all. The beta will be open until October 30 that potential buyers are encouraged to try the beta while they still can. A point to note is that every owner of Vita, regardless of their status Plus, will be able to join the beta starting tomorrow. This is the least they can do for those of us who asked for money Vita.

The Open Beta will be similar to the closed beta in that only a few characters will be playable. Players can try Kratos, Sweet Tooth, Colonel Radec, Sly Cooper and PaRappa Fat Princess. Only two steps – Metropolis Hades – will also be available. As for game modes, four players and two tournaments v2 will be available only for the moment.

Sony also announced that the program of pre-orders for the game was announced at E3 has been extended to all the characters. Interestingly, the other pre-order costumes for Raiden Lists hero Metal Gear Rising in his original costume in Metal Gear Solid 2. The costumes are also available on both versions of the game like Playstation All-Stars program supports new Sony Buy Cross. In essence, those who buy the game on PS3 will get a free download code for version Vita.

The Greatest Mario Power-Ups of All Time

Author: ally keer  //  Category: Uncategorized


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The Greatest Mario Power-Ups of All Time

The Greatest Mario Power-Ups of All Time

An illustrated guide to our favorite powers for our favorite plumber.

By: Jeremy Parish
October 29, 2011

When Super Mario 3D Land hits in a couple of weeks, it will be bringing with it a bunch of familiar old power-ups for Mario along with some newfangled ones as well. The world’s greatest plumber has seen his share of power-up innovations over the years. Sometimes they’re great, but occasionally they turn out to be pretty lame. Do you remember Metal Mario, who existed entirely to show off the Nintendo 64’s reflection-mapping? Of course you don’t. It sucked. We do have high hopes for Mario 3D’s Boomerang Suit, but it has a lot to prove before it can triumph over the great powers and abilities that have come before it.

We took a quick survey of the 1UP’s staff’s favorite Mario skills over the years and came up with the following list. Do you agree? Disagree? Our website is designed as a two-way conversation, so share your thoughts and proclaim your love for your own favorites in the comments section below. And now, as Casey Kasem used to say, on with the countdown. (You should sing each number for full effect!)

APB Currently Has 130,000 Registered Users

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Uncategorized


Financially troubled developer Realtime Worlds revealed a raft of new statistics today, offering a glimpse into the current state of APB (via

According to a new report, the sandbox MMO currently has 130,000 registered users, with the average user playing for approximately four hours a day. The number of active users was not disclosed.

“These are healthy numbers and reflect positively on APB as a ongoing concern,” said administrator Paul Dounis. “They prove this is a very enjoyable game, which is shown by the average player daily playtime and an ARPPU (Average Revenue per Paying User) that is highest of any game out there.”

Players pay an average of $28 per month based on a “combination of game time and user to user marketplace trading.”

Realtime’s troubles stem in part from the mixed reception APB received when it launched in June. The studio reportedly owes creditors around $4.7 million, and recently entered administration. The numbers were revealed in an effort to attract new investors.

The company is currently restructuring its business to accomodate both APB and Project MyWorld, both of which continue to operate. Should the company be liquidated, a new studio will potentially allow the Realtime’s projects to continue.