Feral Interactive today announced that it is bringing its strategy game Total War: Warhammer to Mac on April 18th. The high fantasy title is currently available for Linux through Steam. Total War is the first title in a planned trilogy from SEGA being developed by Creative Assembly and Games Workshop.
Minecraft announced today that it is adding a community driven Marketplace to the mobile and Windows 10 versions of the popular sandbox title. The Marketplace will allow players to purchase adventure maps, texture packs, minigames and more created by popular 'crafters, such as BlockWorks and Qwertyuiop The Pie. Other "heroic ‘crafters" Blockception, Sphax, Eneija Silverleaf, Imagiverse, Polymaps and Razzleberry Fox will also be on board for the official launch.
Blizzard this week has released its latest Hearthstone expansion Journey to Un’Goro. The release not only unleashes 135 new prehistoric cards into the Hearthstone universe, but it also kicks off the Year of the Mammoth card rotation. Journey to Un’Goro card packs can now be purchased from the in-game Shop for gold or real-world currency, or won as quest rewards or prizes in the Arena. You can learn more about the world of Un’Goro and all the new Hearthstone cards here.
Robot Unicorn Attack was one of Adult Swim's first big hits launching as a free-to-play Flash game in 2010. The endless runner has since been released to iOS [Robot Unicorn Attack Collection] and spawned several sequels including alternative versions, such as Heavy Metal Edition. The third game in the franchise, Robot Unicorn Attack 3, has already soft launched in New Zealand and it is ready to make its US debut next week, according to Twitter.
Do you remember when YouTube was more like public access TV with user generated content? Or when it was actually entertaining, before it started pushing network television clips and the main stream media? Remember when you cut the cord because the internet was better than cable television? Now YouTube wants to be cable television with its new streaming service.
Starting today YouTube users in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, and Philadelphia can subscribe to YouTube TV. The new service offers ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, Fox Sports Networks, Comcast SportsNet and more for only $35 a month. Subscribers can get on demand access to all their favorite television series, and watch live sports from the NBA, MLB, NFL, and NCAA. YouTube TV also offers local programming and comes with unlimited cloud DVR.
Apple today has released iOS 10.3.1 for the iPhone and iPad after releasing iOS 10.3 a few days earlier. The official support document notes that the update is available for the "iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4th generation and later and iPod touch 6th generation and later." iOS 10.3.1 was released primarily for security reasons due to a Wi-Fi vulnerability discovered by Google’s Project Zero.
MLB Manager 2017 has landed on the App Store just in time for Opening Day. The newest version of the popular simulator comes with an updated UI, and all the 2017 Opening Day MLB rosters, including top prospects. MLB fans can guide their favorite MLB franchise to the World Series by managing their roster with trades and controlling in-game match-ups. MLB Manager 2017 is available now for $4.99.
The team at iFixit today has released their teardown on Apple's newest iPad, or the "iPad 5" as they are calling it. The report reveals what we already knew -- the 9.7-inch tablet is built from recycled hardware. Some Apple fans had hoped that the new iPad might ship with 3 gigabytes of RAM, like the iPhone 7, but iFixit has discovered its A9 chip is instead outfitted with 2 gigabytes, just like the iPhone 6s models.
Google today announced that its Calendar app is now optimized for the iPad. The app was originally only available for the for iPhone, Android devices and the web. iPad owners will now be able to take advantage of all of Google's "machine intelligence-powered features" such as smart scheduling and goals.