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Video games are one of the coolest things that computer technology has brought us. It started with blocky pixels and a ton of fun, and is now larger than the movie industry. Since Ubergizmo founders Eliane and Hubert have both worked in the video games industry, we will always look at Game Tech as something special.

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Space Invaders get sized down, could be smallest in the world

07/07/2011, For those of you who grew up in the 1980s and frequented arcades that had all these large machines, asking you to feed them quarter after quarter while you master the nuances of the game itself, this is one DIY project that quite unlike the electric...

King of Fighters-i for the iPhone

07/07/2011, I don’t know about you, but somehow, Mia from the King of Fighters series seem to hypnotize me each time I see her, what with her sweeping moves of deftly employing seemingly harmless fans in her hands. Well, good news for iOS device owners –...

Microsoft warns consumers about the Nyko Zoom Kinect Lens

07/07/2011, Remember the Nyko Zoom Kinect Lens we wrote about last month; the Kinect add-on accessory that allowed users to enjoy the Kinect in a smaller than usual room? Well, it looks like Microsoft isn’t too pleased about the Zoom despite the device...

Apptoyz appBlaster released with new promo video

07/06/2011, Remember appBlaster, the Augmented Reality game for the iPhone that plugs into a gun and lets you shoot aliens in your own living room? Well, the app along with the toy was just released today, indoor entertainment just in case you want your kids staying...

Civ World Open Beta begins

07/06/2011, Ever played Civilization on the computer before? “Just one more turn” ought to be a familiar refrain, bringing back floods of memories for those who grew up with computer games in the 1980s and early 1990s. Well, to make sure that the newer...

Climate Mission 3D – play a game, save the planet

07/06/2011, If your smartphone is your favorite mobile gaming platform, then you might want to consider picking up a Nokia since it offers the Ovi Store that delivers Climate Mission 3D – for free. This is one educational game that has received some favorable...

Final Fantasy Theatrhythm brings rhythm-based battles to the 3DS

07/06/2011, Nintendo 3DS owners looking forward to playing a new Final Fantasy game on their consoles? Well, it looks like you’re in for a treat, but probably not on you’re expecting. Square Enix has just announced today that it will be releasing a new...

Apparatus developer pulls app from Amazon’s Appstore

07/06/2011, As we all know, Amazon has their own Android Appstore, the name of which has been quite controversial as it is quite close to Apple’s App Store. Regardless, it is considered a third party app store for Android users, who may find themselves browsing...

Pokémon arriving on Android and iOS devices

07/06/2011, Despite being huge competitors of Nintendo, it looks like Android and iOS will be receiving one of the company’s most beloved IPs – Pokémon. According to a recent announcement from the Pokémon company, it will be releasing Pokémon Say Tap for...

XFX WarPad is huge

07/06/2011, If you’re a hardcore PC gamer, in addition to a beast of a machine, you would know the importance of having great gaming accessories as well. One important thing that most gamers overlook is having a proper mouse pad to use their mice on. Well, the...