When the iPhone was first released, the only way developers could make their mark on the device was through web apps. Steve Jobs famously rejected the idea of native third-party apps. It was possibly his biggest, most visible blunder. 1.2 million apps and 75 billion downloads later, the iOS App Store is the biggest unlikely success story in the history of application stores.
One of the current trends, grateful for many, annoying to others, seems to release remakes of memorable games for mobile terminals, usually on iOS first and Android and other platforms later.
We’ve checked with franchises like GTA, Worms, or this game before presenting to you today. Re-Volt Classic, is the new port of a classic arcade driving remote control cars appeared more than a decade in PC, Play station, Dreamcast and N64 among other platforms. Now, after its recent arrival to Android, we tried them.
Re-Volt Classic, an almost literal translation of the original
Re-Volt was one of the most popular games of the time, especially on PC, thanks to [...]