Infinity Blade: Angry Birds Killer Game

Infinity Blade a 3D sword iPhone fight game by Epic Games has made a new record on Apple App Store. The game has managed to bring profits just in a week after its release on App Store and got the title of the fastest-grossing app in the all history of the Apple's money-machine store.



It is known that more than 300,000 people are playing the 3D iPhone game on Apple's Game Center network and it means a flat $1.8 million in game sales ($5.99 a copy). However, Epic Games CEO has stated that these numbers are even low because not all gamers are there who bought Infinity Blade.

Infinity Blade is a very impressive iPhone game, especially the graphics render quality are top-notch.

Infinity Blade currently outsells legendary Angry Birds iPhone game.

iPhone Game Development for Beginners

Playing iPhone games is not enough for you and curious about how they design and program such excellent games like Angry Birds, iSlash, you can get your hands dirty with Beginning iPhone Game Development book. Plus, the reward can return you as montly extra cash from the game downloads on App Store. If you have talent and real patience to work on serious iPhone game projects, it can even turn into a business which brings thousands of dollars monthly.

You’ll learn in Beginning iPhone Game Development book about:

Effective techniques for designing in 2D and 3D to the iPhone screen

Game-special computer animation solutions with Core Animation

To make use of OpenGL ES for extra complicated and real looking gaming background scenes and motion

Several ways of bringing music to improve the game playing feel

How you can provide your users usage of their iPhone libraries from inside games

The instruments and methods of 3D audio for producing far more authentic gaming experiences

How you can perform game networking right, among them two-player games over Bluetooth and multiplayer games throughout Wi-Fi

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Farmville iPhone Game


FarmVille, the most popular game of all times in Facebook, having more than 60 million active fans per month now goes to iPhone platform. It is now available on App store for purchase.

The developer Zynga has made a very wise step by entering Apple games area at the very perfect time. On the anniversary of Farmville game and the hot release of iPhone 4.

It is already estimated that Zynga will make incredible amount of money by Farmville iPhone game. Overall, if you are a fan and also an iPhone owner, go and buy this game now at App store.

Best Pay as you Go Mobile Broadband Deals

Pay as you go mobile broadband deals are even much popular now due to several advantages over traditional contract based mobile broadband offers. Generally, such plans have lower costs in the long range for phone users who do not heavily use Internet and SMS based mobile chat applications. Also ,why to pay more for the advanced features or high bandwidth limits which some phone users will never use? They are also preferred because there are no contract at all or with a very short range like 1 month or even with daily payments. It gives freedom to change a provider without paying an early termination fee. Some pay as you go mobile broadband plans will also enable phone owners buying it without a permanent address declaration, phone line rental or credit card.

Now, I will let you know where you can compare all best pay-as-you-go mobile broadband plans for UK. If you browse into http://www.broadband-expert.co.uk website, you will see the best affordable deals by O2, Vodafone, T-mobile, 3 and Orange broadband providers.



By the time of writing this post, I see that offers from O2 and Vodafone are quite attractive. For example, Vodafone starter offer, TopUp & Go with 3GB download limit, without a contract costs you only £25. When you need data, you can at any time buy 3GB package again for £15. I should add that you get the modem stick for free which costs £20 alone. I advice you browsing to this website often to get the latest deal values. Remember that mobile broadband market is very competitive and you can find the best deal by using the tools on this website.

Let's now review one of the best online services to compare mobile broadband plans for US customers. At Broadband Expert, you can compare the plans from Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T Mobile according to parameters like price, contract terms, mobile broadband limit and speed. Each deal has also independent user reviews which will give you an overall idea how qualified an offer is.

After the comparison, you can directly buy the plan you prefer. I should also add that many mobile broadband deals now offer free laptops, netbooks with long term contracts. If you are a serious heavy mobile broadband user, do not miss such free laptop broadband offers. There is a vital free tool to understand your real broadband connection speed. Just provide your state and provider name and start the test. The tool will do upload & download tests and you will see the results in a minute.

Australian residents now can benefit from mobile broadband online comparison website of Broadband expert. It is similar to US and UK versions but deals are surely only cover Australian providers including Yes Uptus, 3, Virgin, Dodo, WestNet etc. For example, I see an offer from Dodo with free Asus netbook for $39.90 on a 24 months contract. What you will get besides free Asus laptop is 3GB data on a 3.6 mb speed. If you don't need 3GB, you can consider buying only 0.25 GB data. This time the monthly price decreases to $19 and still you get the high quality Asus laptop free. :)

Volkswagen Touareg Free iPhone Game

Commissioned by Volkswagen to famous iPhone games developer company FishLabs, Touareg Challenge free iPhone game allows you to virtually drive one of the latest Tourareg models, V6 TDI Bluemotion or Hybrid. There is a good assortment of terrains and car styles (colours, alloys etc).

As you can watch from the following iPhone game video of VW Touareg Challenge, it is a pleasing game regarding graphics quality and adrenaline level. The best part is that it is free thanks to VW's advertising efforts of their flagship cars.

Internet access on the move


The answer to pretty much anything is quite literally in the palm of our hands. With the advent of mobile broadband, on smartphones and laptops, plus WiFi access available in most cafes, pubs, trains and even beaches (think Brighton) wherever we are, the internet is never more than a few clicks away.


There’s a wide range of providers and a large selection of gadgets and operators promising to provide access to internet on the move. So, where to begin when choosing mobile broadband?

Get smart


Smartphones have revolutionised the mobile phone, providing an all in one media package to call, browse the web, manage emails, listen to music, find your way home and even make a cup of tea (not quite! – maybe next year...) With new models hitting the shops and online stores practically every day, choosing the best smartphone for your needs is a tricky business.

When deciding on a smartphone, think about what you’re going to use it for. If it’s just checking your emails there may be no point going for something all singing, all dancing – although most offer an exciting range of functionality. The all round king is the iPhone, with its range of fun and usefulapps, good looks and intuitive touch screen.


Apps and emails aside, the most important thing to ensure is that your broadband speed cuts the mustard and your contract accommodates the data usage you require. Do you want to download music and even movies? Some of the best smartphone providers offer good deals for heavy downloaders, so shop around. Many also include impressive add on storage options, which means keeping and backing up the data you access is easier than ever before.

If you really want your mobile to be ‘mobile’, make sure the phone has 3G internet, or HSDPA which is even quicker – 3G can be sporadic on a train. WiFi capability means that you can access fixed-line internet, at home or work, which may be more cost-effective.

Dongle dilemmas


Smartphones are all very well, but for business and watching films you can actually see, making your laptop mobile might be a better option. Dongles are a great way to keep online on the move and while they may have previously had a reputation of being expensive, prices are coming down.

The dongle works like a mobile phone, with a Sim card embedded in a USB stick or laptop that connects to the network of your chosen provider. Like mobile phones, there is now an increasing number of pay as you go or contract deals, with the laptop provided ‘free’. The ‘free’ option can sound very appealing but check the small print and how long you’re tied in for – in some cases 24 months.


What do you want to use your laptop for? Check how many downloads you’ll be allowed a month, measured in gigabytes (GB). Look at this carefully – if you do want to download films, make sure you’ve got enough – 1GB for example, equates to 250-1000 songs, but only one poor quality movie. Speeds are advertised at hugely varying rates, but in reality, there isn’t that much difference.


The downside of all this fun at your fingertips can be the price. Like for like, mobile broadband is more expensive, with fairly low usage limits compared with fixed-line alternatives. If you don’t use the internet on your phone or dongle that often, there are some great pay as you go packages available and for those with higher usage, an all-inclusive contract’s probably the best option. If you’re at home, use your fixed-line broadband – it’s probably cheaper and quicker.


Still confused? For independent broadband comparison and advice across all mobile internet options, visit Broadband Genie (http://www.broadbandgenie.co.uk)

Linkin Park & Gorillaz iPhone Games

The bands who have huge number of fans like Linkin Park, Gorillaz announced their own iPhone games. Linkin Park game is called as 8-bit rebellion. As the name suggests, it exactly is. The graphic renderings, characters look like from the good old video arcade game days. The difference is that the game characters are Linkin Park personas and fight the evil PixxelKorp to bring the world into happy days. The music is exactly Linkin Park songs .. ummhh just in 8-bits. Wonder the game? See the video review below.





The next partner in the iPhone band games wagon is Gorillaz. Gorillaz' title is called as Escape to the Plastic Beach. It is a 3D game with good accelerometer usage. The first 2 chapters are already in band's website for free to play. The next chapters will be in App Store soon (surely, not free). The game topic is flying Murdoc around the island to dodge pirate ships, dive in thermals, explode mines etc. Check App Store regularly.



Using Wireless Broadband on iPhone 3GS

iPhone 3GS is a revolutionary device for many aspects. Especially, the ability of huge data download thanks to 3G HSDPA networks, wireless broadband Internet surfing is rather attractive on iPhone 3GS with up to 7.2 Mbps. This is a rather fast broadband connection for a smart phone. Plus, Internet Tethering is very successful at iPhone 3GS. Internet tethering is ability to share iPhone 3GS internet connection with other devices, a laptop being the most obvious one. Internet Tethering also requires that your carrier supports it. For example, O2, Orange and Vodafone supports internet tethering in UK. Overall, iPhone 3GS is the most developed smart phone to enjoy internet at latest HSPDA speeds. I think it is one of the most powerful reasons that active professionals, businessmen and other Internet addicts are fond of iPhone 3GS.

Many famous carriers in UK provides very attractive iphone 3GS deals for customers. You can compare them at Mobile Phone Expert website. Some deal plans even let you require iPhone 3GS for free with 18 to 24 months contract. I will give you some examples as of April 2010. For example, I have noticed a very competitive deal from Orange. You get 3000 minutes, 500 texts monthly with a cost of £75, on a 24 months contract. Needless to say, iPhone 3GS is given for free. If you are using text messages much, consider upgrading this option to unlimited. Just a few pounds will be added to the monthly price for it. If you want real freedom on communication, consider buying unlimited minutes and text. It would increase the price to around £110. If you are an active Internet user like me, you can enjoy getting 1GB and more mobile internet and webmail for free.

Surely, iPhone 3GS is not the only wireless broadband enabled 3G mobile phone on earth. You can compare mobile phones and mobile phone deals with free smart phone offers at Mobile Phone Expert website at http://www.mobilephone-expert.co.uk.

Let's continue talking on wireless broadband deals which are available for other popular device, laptops and internet tablets which become more and more popular. As you know, wireless broadband totally frees a person to search wi-fi point to have internet access. Wherever you are, Internet is at your fingers with an USB modem attached to your laptop.

Like in UK and US, Australian wireless broadband market also increased a lot and this development enables to customers to choose very affordable wireless broadband contracts. You can compare offers from Yes Optus, 3, Vodafone, Westnet and others at Broadband Expert website at http://www.broadbandexpert.com.au. I think that such companies will begin offering free laptops soon to attract customers. So, I suggest adding this wireless broadband comparison website to your favorites.

Catan - iPhone Settlement & Trading Strategy Game


Many people will remember Catan. One of the classic traditional board games which first released in 1995. During the next 15 years, the game has developed into a huge world with lots of scenario additions, expansion packs, maps etc. It then appeared as an online browser game. Now, it is available for iPhone (no need to mention much that it is available for brother iPod touch every time surely). Settlers of Catan. It is a well-thought version of the traditional board game, actually we can think the iPhone game version as a small sized tabletop game. The iPhone game version allows playing up to four people (or surely bots).

Catan for iPhone, essentially follows the traditional game playing rules of most classic settlement games. You collect resources, build settlements, cities. Every thing you build makes your stronger & stronger and you compete to reach to achieve a pre-defined point total (default is 10) before other players. If you ever have played Settlers of Catan, iPhone Catan game rules will be the thing you will ignore. Just start playing. Otherwise, a digital tutorial section will help you to learn the rules and basic strategies: building, trading, collection resources.

The gameplaying screen is well-thought to fit on iPhone & iPod touch. Every move was clearly shown with different colors and animations. Overall there is much to explore in Catan iPhone version. I would suggest buying it. Link at iTunes.

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