Posted by Mark Debenham
on September 22nd, 2014, 7:19 pm GMT
Development studio Dinofarm, creators of the hit dungeon-crawler 100 Rogues, today announced its newest title Auro is now available on Android devices and will be coming soon on iOS.
Set in an original fantasy universe, players guide young Prince Auro with a handful of tactical spells through procedurally generated dungeons to face a variety of monsters and bump them into the water!
Auro introduces a whole new kind of gameplay: Bumping Tactics. Players face a multitude of challenging monsters with unique tactical abilities in detailed, colorful pixel art.
Posted by Admin
on September 3rd, 2014, 3:11 pm GMT
Next time you’re tuning into your favourite sports game, take a minute to observe the advertisements that are cropping up in front of you. After the hordes of payment protection insurance paybacks and ambulance chasers, you’ll probably be offered to opportunity to take a bet on the end result – for example, the next goalscorer.
The booming voice declaring the most up-to-date odds will probably point you in the direction of your smartphone to the latest app. There’s no getting away from it – online gambling is fast becoming the weapon of choice when it comes to making a cheeky bet, and punters are turning away from their land-based counterparts. Economists have predicted that by 2015 the online gambling industry will be worth $182.8 billion worldwide – but what is it that makes it so popular? There are many factors, from accessibility to changing market trends.
Posted by Liam Watson
on September 3rd, 2014, 11:06 am GMT
The UK is not exactly known for sunny weather, but there is still an adventure waiting in the great outdoors.
Usually we’d tell you to leave the tech at home and go outside, but in this case we’ve found five mobile apps that could improve your outdoor time and add some fun and information to your activities at the same time.
Water Water Everywhere
This app aims to get you off bottled water and onto public drinking water fountains. It shows locations around the UK where you can find tap water, fountains, cafes and fast food outlets where you can fill up your bottle for free. You can also populate the map with fountains that haven’t been listed yet.
Posted by Craig Timmins
on August 22nd, 2014, 9:22 am GMT
Today I wanted to draw you attention towards an app that I have been meaning to review for some time. The app is called Mobile Landlord and has been created by the Direct Line Insurance Group.
You can grab the app on both iTunes and Google Play, and it’s completely free to download on both operating systems (for the purpose of this review I am using Google Play).
If you are a Landlord then this tool is a must-have, it doesn’t matter whether you’re new to the property scene or whether you are a veteran, the Mobile Landlord app will help organise and better manage your properties for you so you can spend time on other things.