Published on 1st June 2011 by
Originally Posted by NikolsYup, apple have nailed the drop in and play aspect of their iOS platforms. Take FIFA 11... On a bus playing a match, it's your stop next, hit the home button and put your phone in your pocket, make calls, play on the net then decide to finish the match so open FIFA and it's right there where you left it.
The multitasking methodology applied allows games that would not traditionally be drop in and play be played in this manner.
Originally Posted by Ph4ZeDIt will always be mostly casual. Hard to be immersed if your standing in a rainy bus stop on a cold, windy autumn night.
Originally Posted by Ceirunadumb, there are third-party stick on 'nubs' that make controlling touchscreens a lot easier - and they cost very little. Apple won't do a controller, because it would ruin the looks of the device - and to Apple that's as important as the function.
Its also no big surprise that the massively popular Angry Birds is seeing a number of imitators
Originally Posted by Denis_iiiI am anti-apple and anti-google so fingers crossed the WinPho7 gets alot of game dev's onboard as I am very likely to pic up the next gen WinPho7 device from either HTC or Nokia.
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