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By Simon Burns On 4 Jan, 2012 At 09:53 AM | Categorized As Reviews, TouchPad, WebOS | With 0 Comments
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Astraware Mahjong for the HP TouchPad has an interesting recent history, most of which can be read about in our news feature here. So, with such an important role to play in what games Astraware bring to webOS on the TouchPad, is the game good enough to hold such a weight of responsibility on its […]

By Simon Burns On 15 Dec, 2011 At 10:25 AM | Categorized As TouchPad, WebOS | With 0 Comments

Astraware, the excellent British mobile game developer, has just released their first game for the HP TouchPad, Astraware Mahjong. While webOS may not yet be totally dead, as HP have made the decision to open source the entire operating system, this release still carries a fair amount of risk for Astraware. Nevertheless the team, who […]

By Simon Burns On 19 Aug, 2011 At 04:46 AM | Categorized As News, TouchPad, WebOS | With 0 Comments

HP today announced that it was dropping all webOS devices, with all hardware support ending completely by the end of 2011. It seems like madness, as only a few months ago, HP announced the Veer, TouchPad and Pre3 at its ‘Think Beyond’ event. The hardware giant promised to ‘double down’ on webOS, but it is […]

By Simon Burns On 26 Jul, 2011 At 03:40 PM | Categorized As Reviews, TouchPad, WebOS | With 0 Comments
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While not perhaps as outstanding as Heroes of Kalevala HD or Sparkle HD, Miriel the Magical Merchant HD is nonetheless a very good game and one that will add a lot of variety to your TouchPad gaming. Similar in concept and basic gameplay to titles like Diner Dash, the game places you in the shoes […]

By Simon Burns On 11 Jul, 2011 At 10:23 PM | Categorized As Reviews, TouchPad, WebOS | With 0 Comments

And now for something a little different. We have reviewed several of the launch apps for HP TouchPad, and they have all been big releases from Gameloft, HP and 10 Tons so we thought it would be good to have a look at an app that, while certainly a niche product, is also riding high […]

By Simon Burns On 9 Jul, 2011 At 12:13 PM | Categorized As Reviews, TouchPad, WebOS | With 0 Comments

WebOS users have been waiting a long time for PopCap to support the platform, but with games like Sparkle HD filling the Zuma shaped hole more than capably, the wait is easier on fans of PopCap. Sparkle HD is a Zuma clone that is actually better than Zuma in many ways, particularly in terms of […]

By Simon Burns On 7 Jul, 2011 At 04:05 PM | Categorized As Reviews, TouchPad, WebOS | With 0 Comments

Shrek Kart HD is a Mario Kart clone set in the unique fantasy world of Shrek, the green ogre and star of three hot Dreamworks movies. The game is solid and plays well, but a major bug and a strange omission hold the title back. The game takes place around Ye Grande Tournament, a collection […]

By Simon Burns On 6 Jul, 2011 At 02:13 PM | Categorized As Reviews, TouchPad, WebOS | With 2 Comments

The Apple iPad has hundreds of thousands of apps, and they cover an incredibly vast array of content, and between them they do just about everything you could ever want a tablet to do. The HP TouchPad, on the other hand, doesn’t have this enormous quantity of apps, but as some argue, the fact that […]

By Simon Burns On 5 Jul, 2011 At 10:16 PM | Categorized As News, WebOS | With 0 Comments

You may be aware that HP has just launched its long awaited TouchPad tablet in the US and the UK. The first webOS device that isnt a smartphone, the TouchPad is the second device HP has launched ┬ásince buying Palm last year. We are pleased to announce that we will be covering TouchPad apps in […]

By Simon Burns On 15 Jun, 2011 At 11:43 AM | Categorized As Reviews, WebOS | With 0 Comments

The first thing that impresses you when you first boot up Slide RSS is that there is a cool little animation on the apps title screen. Not a major thing by any stretch of the imagination, but a lovely touch, and it makes me wonder why other apps don’t have things like this. Ok, so […]

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