Popular Gaming Articles for 2001
In this interview with high-profile game developers John Romero, Tom Hall and Stevie "Killcreek" Case, we discuss their new company, Monkeystone Games, and its goal to develop exciting new games[...]
At last you've got a handheld computer. It's small enough to fit in the pocket of your coat, lets you check your appointments, play some games and even synchronizes with[...]
Palm OS handheld users can now turn their PDAs into gaming machines with the release of a suite of classic arcade games for the platform.
GIC-Software, a Los Gatos, CA based entertainment software development company, announced Wednesday a new game system for devices running the Palm OS. The games are multi-player Internet games designed for[...]
Those who dabble in the wireless space know there is a huge market for games: not for boring Pong-like games stuck in two dimensions, but for vivid games with interesting[...]
Game software publisher Infogrames said Tuesday it will work with Finland's Springtoys to develop games for the Palm operating system. Springtoys, which specialize in games for cell phones, will produce[...]
Sega has signed a deal that will get its computer games on handheld computers in the United States for the first time, the company said Thursday. [...]