I’ve always loved the Lego suite of licensed games more than most people do. They’ve always been the perfect storm for me: a unique combination of geekiness, humor, and obsessive collection and completion. Every time I pick one up, I…
Read more ›
The post Lego The Lord of the Rings: Three Stars For The Elven-Kings Under The Sky [Review] appeared first on Cult of Mac.
Join Frodo, Gandalf, Legolas, and (of course) Boromir as they get the Lego treatment from TT Games, the developer of a ton of other Lego-fied video games, including Lego Harry Potter, Lego Star Wars, and Lego Indiana Jones. Warner Bros.…
Read more ›
The post Simply Walk Into Mordor With Lego The Lord of the Rings for iOS appeared first on Cult of Mac.
I’ve always loved Lego’s series of video games. They aren’t exactly deep examples of game design, but they get charm and quick pick-up-and-play, all-ages fun down pat. I’m delighted to see, then, that just in time for the next Hobbit…
Read more ›
The post Lego Lord Of The Rings Comes To iOS appeared first on Cult of Mac.
You. Shall Not. Pass! (the Steam store)
We told you that LEGO The Lord of the Rings was coming out this week, but if you were waiting for it to show up on Steam, you might be as disappointed as I was when I went to check it out tonight. The Steam store entry for the video game only shows PC compatibility, making my poor Mac-loving head [Read More...]
We’ve got lots of love for the LEGO series games. They often have an uncanny ability to capture the feel of their parent titles â€” in a way that’s cuter than a basketful of kittens, but much more fun. The Lord of the Rings is the latest title to join the collection, and it’s coming to OS X next week.
The Windows version of LEGO LoTR garnered decent-to-good ratings, so expect (hopefully) [Read More...]
The smallest Mac in Mordor.
Apple loves to hide little surprises, or “easter eggs,” within its software â€” such as the memorable quotes inside its OS X icons, or the temporary date (Jan 24, 1984 â€” when the first Macintosh was unveiled) given to apps downloaded from the Mac App Store. A new one has been discovered that’s sure to please Lord of the Rings fans.
Typing a simple comment into Terminal [Read More...]
This orc fellow would like to welcome all the new Mac players.
Middle Earthers, rejoice, as the popular massively multiplayer game based on one of the most enduring fantasy stories of the last century is now available for the Mac platform. Ever since the game went free to play in 2010, I’ve been wanting to hop in and see how it compares to the likes of World of Warcraft, Guild Wars (both [Read More...]
CallTell tells you who’s calling or texting! CallTell is a jailbreak application that tells you who is calling or texting you as soon as they do it. It uses the Siri/Voice Control voice to read off the name of the person contacting you and then if it’s a text message it can read you the text message. The developer behind this genius application is Tyler Calderone. CallTell supports the iPhone 4 (GSM and CDMA) as well as [Read More...]
Let’s face it. Sometimes, there are people we don’t care to hear from. Sometimes, it’s the other way around. How would you like to be able to have to option to control whom your iPhone rings for? Let’s say, for example, you could make your iPhone ring when your spouse calls you, but it only vibrates when other people call you. Or, you could make your iPhone vibrate when your mom calls you and ring when [Read More...]