Last year, Yakuto gave us the gift of Table Tennis Touch. The studio has since been overwhelmed at how popular the game has become. So, for their 1 year anniversary and their mascot Wiff Waff's birthday, they are offering Table Tennis Touch for 75% off the regular price.
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It's Playoffs time in the NBA, and 2K is celebrating with a limited time sale on NBA 2K15.
Join popular Czech cartoon characters Bob and Bobek on the ice in the Hockey World Championship of 2015.
Eyes Wide Games has launched their one-touch baseball game,Watch This Homerun, for the Apple Watch.
Batting Average, by Pixolini, is designed to help you manage your statistics. Every time you go to bat, you can use your Apple Watch to track yourswings, strikes, and hits.
Eyes Wide Games'Watch This Homerunis purportedly the first sports game coming to the Apple Watch, where you'll be up to bat as the pitcher tries to out-manuever you with fastballs, curveballs, and changeups. Using one-touch controls you can try to hit as many homeruns as possible. The game has a progression-based League system meant to make you really feel like you're a part of the team. You'll be able to track your achievements and progress on the leader boards, as well as compare your stats with friends to find out who the best batter is.
“We’ve seen where Apple Watch is going, and it’s clear that giving sports fans and gamers fast and easy ways to plug into their favorite pastimes anytime will be a defining feature of the platform,” said Eyes Wide Games CEO Stephen Griffin, in a press release. “With Watch This Homerun, we’re distilling the complete baseball experience down to its greatest hits in a form players can enjoy in just 10-15 seconds on the go.”
You'll be able to get ahold of Watch This Homerun later this month for the Apple Watch.
SEGA has released the new Football Manager Classic 2015, which has been streamlined and redesigned to work on newer tablets. You'll be able to manage to a selection of 117 leagues from 51 nations, get to decide who you sign from the over 150,000 players from around the world, work on their training, decide which players get benched, select the tactics your team will use, and more as your guide your chosen team to the win. There is also a challenge mode that will test your skills with a variety of handicaps.
“Getting a full game mode from the home computer version of Football Manager onto tablets has been a dream of ours for a couple of years,” says Miles Jacobson, Studio Director for Sports Interactive, in a press release. “Finally there are some devices powerful enough to allow us to do this and we’re delighted to bring the most sophisticated football management experience to tablets to date.”
You can start your manager career by downloading Football Manager Classic 2015 for $19.99.
An update has arrived for ESPN's iOS app (Formerly 'ESPN SportsCenter'), bringing in further device support, a redesign, and the introduction of ESPN Now.
The app now takes advantage of the bigger iPad screen, with scores and news displayed at the same time. iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners will also be happy to hear that the app has been adapted to make full use of their bigger displays. The addition of ESPN Now, meanwhile, allows users to swipe to the right to access photos, videos, and social media content from ESPN. The cricket fans out there (insert obligatory 'C'mon England!' comment here) will also find that support for the upcoming Cricket World Cup has been added, bringing in video clips and scores from the 50 over contest to the app.
The updated ESPN app is available to download now for free.