Friday, October 31, 2008


Rob Sheridan is always on something interesting. Now he made a cool iPhone/iPod Touch theme (for jailbroken ones) that gives you back your first version of Nintendo Game Boy.

Available in two versions; one with the Game Boy original buttons and another 'fullscreen' if you hate the buttons like Steve Jobs.

Get it right here!

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Taptap Revenge: NIN Edition available now

Tapulous has released the NIN edition of their popular iPhone/iPod Touch rhythm game, TapTap Revenge. The game includes 13 NIN tracks from The Slip and Ghosts I-IV, multi-player mode, and NIN-themed graphics. To get the game on your iPhone or iPod Touch, click here to visit the iTunes store.

Additionally, Tapulous is giving away floor tickets to an upcoming NIN show and a Les Paul guitar signed by Trent. To enter, just submit a score of over 150,000 points on any track in the game. Each submission counts as one contest entry, so you can submit as many times as you like. For full contest rules, click here.

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these are the folks behind the game (tapulous’ team, Rob and TR)

Some pictures of TapTap Revenge: NIN Edition

Saw V

Monday, October 27, 2008

Google Earth officially for iPhone/iPod Touch!

Today Google released the official version of Earth for iPhone and iPod touch.
It's available today in 18 languages and 22 countries in the iTunes App Store.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Machu Picchu, Peru [Demonbaby: Rob Sheridan]

Machu Picchu, Peru, upload feito originalmente por Rob Sheridan.

Be sure to see Rob Sheridan Flickr account! There you could see awesome pictures of the places NIN passed on South American tour.

And check out this:

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Cooliris for iPhone

Cooliris is now available for iPhone. Includes the 3D wall and more!

Get it on iTunes Store:

Sunday, October 19, 2008


Topple is a cool and beautiful iPhone/iPod game. It's like a tetris mixed with a jigsaw and with gravity/physics fundaments.

Available in the App Store righ here.

See this video about Topple.

Mini Synthesizer

Another cool music app for iPhone/iPod is miniSynth from Yonac Software.

If you like it, find it on the iTunes Store!

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Dragon Ball - The Movie

Thinking about Dragon Ball as a movie is so strange - even because Dragon Ball was my favorite anime since I was a child - that I will only believe in it when I could see it on theaters.

Here are the trailer:

more about it:

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

up! up! up!

Trent is doing the final tests on Tap Tap NIN!
And as you could see, Trent has Bloom too!

You shold see Rob Sheridan on Twitter!

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Brian Eno, the father of ambient music and one of the greatest musical minds of our time, has just teamed up with musician/programmer Peter Chilvers to create one of the coolest, most unique iPhone apps to hit the App Store yet. CalledBloom, it's "part instrument, part composition and part artwork." It's also a must-get.

Unlike most music-creation apps, it doesn't take an existing musical instrument and cram it awkwardly into the iPhone's interface. Instead, it creates a completely new "instrument" designed specifically for the iPhone. Essentially, you're provided with a colored screen and a quiet drone. As you tap the screen in various places, different tones play depending on where you tapped. They then loop, creating a unique piece of music on the fly, one that changes gradually on its own once you stop tapping.

You can also just let it create music on its own, coming up with a new, unique piece every time you run it. It's also beautiful, with the tones appearing as colored spots that slowly fade. It's as satisfying to actively play with as it is to let do its own thing.

Bloom is available on the App Store now for $3.99, and if you're a fan of ambient music or music in general, you'll be wanting to get it right now. [Bloom (iTunes link) via The Apple BlogThanks, Purns!]

Back to NA

''NIN + SA = BFF
South America, thank you very much! We had a great time performing for you and hanging out in your neck of the woods. I promise we'll be back before long and again I apologize for the cancellations (those were OUR fault and not the promoter's).
On another note, Josh Freese fans be sure to check out a show on the upcoming North American leg of the tour, as sadly they will be the last ones he's playing with us. He informed me he's leaving the tour at the end of this year. Yes, we are still dear friends. No, I'm not sure what we are going to do.
See you in Mexico!

The Beginning Of The End

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

NIN + Tap Tap Revenge

more about Tap Tap

Friday, October 3, 2008

Yes, it's South America!

NIN are currently over the Andes going to Santiago, Chile.

Yesterday in Argentina...