Posted by Rob Rich on February 12th, 2014 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Ladies and gentlemen, may we present the 501 Essential iOS Games Guide – by Swipe Magazine! This guide chronicles hundreds of fantastic iOS games as rated by our partners in crime over at Gamer.
We’re talking staples like Ridiculous Fishing, Jetpack Joyride, and 499 other titles. So if you’ve got a desperate need for excellent iOS games (and really, who doesn’t?), you can download the 501 Essential iOS Games Guide right now for $0.99.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on July 15th, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Issue 8 of Swipe Magazine has arrived, bringing the iOS fan even more information on the world of app gaming. This month’s issue features XCOM: Enemy Unknown on the cover and has 20 key tips within to help players have better luck against those alien invaders. Issue 8 also focuses on the best titles from this year’s E3, letting people know of what they have to look forward to. Over 80 games are featured in this month’s issue, packed with reviews, videos, and more!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on May 2nd, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
The latest issue of Swipe Magazine is now available to download. This month’s magazine covers everything you need to know about the Kickstarter funded game, Star Command, which is featured on the cover. There is also an in-depth interview with Jake Solomon of Firaxis on bringing XCOM: Enemy Unknown to iOS. Furthermore, there’s a quick look at favorite shoot’em up titles on the iPad.
This issue is, quite seriously, my dream issue. Go pick up Issue #7 right now for free and see if you agree.
• Reviews of the recent must-check games, including Fetch, BADLAND, Nimble Quest, SW Pinball, TRAUMA, Tiny Troopers 2, Block Fortress, and many more
• Smash Trek: a warp factor nine of a free game that boldly goes where no free game has gone before!
• Divided iPinion – one evocative question, eight answers by team members of the world’s leading iOS sites
• A comprehensive guide on how to speed through Sonic Dash
• iPad Basics: because iPad ownership is only easy if you know how…
• Over 70 games and apps featured, including must-own recommendations
• Guaranteed interactive fun, videos, and wise words!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on April 2nd, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
The latest issue of Swipe Magazine is now available to download. Issue 6 is available for free and includes coverage of Ridiculous Fishing, Danmaku Unlimited 2 and Super Stickman Golf 2. Additionally, you will find coverage on Year Walk with a walkthrough of the game and an interview with the developer. Also, you’ll get rundown of the best iOS music-making apps and find out what the newest must-have iPad accessories are.
Steel Media has worn many hats in the iOS world. They are an iOS ad publisher, publish the website pocketgamer.co.uk, and AppSpy video reviews. They also run The Free App Alliance, the iPhone Alliance and the iPhone and iPad Quality Indexes – meta-review sites dedicated to iOS apps. Who better then, to put out an all iOS magazine than this group? And, they have done just that with Swipe, an HTML 5 built, interactive magazine that will help you decide which apps and accessories you want or even need.
The first issue hit the App Store earlier this week and the launch issue covers some killer iPhone and iPad gear, a top-ten list of best RPGs and it even has a world-exclusive interview with Rovio covering their next game Amazing Alex.
The magazine gets it content from members of the iPhone Alliance community (which includes 148Apps Network sites), which is comprised of the best and most highly vetted global iOS review sites. This gives the magazine breadth and diversity of opinion not found elsewhere. The app really focuses on interactivity, and while it is only available on iPad right now, Steel Media is at work on an iPhone build that will use the smaller screen real estate to maximum advantage.
Swipe is completely free, no subscription or IAPs, so if you grab a copy, be sure to let us know what you think in the comments.
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