Posted by Andrew Stevens on May 8th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A new arena has been added in an update for Real Boxing. Players are now able to enjoy the scenic location of the Colosseum in Rome which is available through in-app purchase for $0.99 cents. The new arena is available to play in single player mode or by challenging friends through Game Center.
Posted by Jeff Scott on November 30th, 2012 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Gyro+ is a quick reaction type game. Rotate the center disc to capture the incoming particles in the same color on the disc. Starts out easy, but gets fast quick. It’s a nice casual game and it’s free today.
Another more photo-realistic iOS game using the Unreal Engine, Real Boxing from Vivid Games, should be out for iOS near the end of this year.
Real Boxing’s action will take place over four unique settings – three indoor and one outdoor – all based on real world locations. Players can also opt to personalise their boxer’s appearance, and choose from dozens of possible combinations, including skin colour, tattoos, shorts, shoes and boxing gloves. Once they have selected their character, players can then train their boxer and build him up to take on greater challenges in career mode. In so doing, they can also unlock extras, such as new equipment, opponents and clothing.
I know the pieces fit, ’cause I watched them fall away.
On This Episode:
Carter speaks to Jakub Majewski and Tomasz Strezlczyk of Vivid Games about the upcoming Speedball 2: Evolution, discussing what they’re doing to modernize the game while keeping the game true to its roots, and how they’re handling development across multiple platforms, including iOS, Android, and PSN Minis.
Carter talks to Gavin Bowman, discussing not only Retro Dreamer’s new puzzle game Linkoidz, but also about the recent sale of Chillingo to EA.
Who We Are:
Host: Carter Dotson
Guests: Jakub Majewski and Tomasz Strezlczyk, Vivid Games
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