article NHL players are not the only ones who have been designing the latest NHL games using an iPhone.
On Tuesday, the NHL announced that its fans had been designing some of the latest games using iPad, including a game in which they use the device to simulate the actions of the puck.
“It’s a great opportunity for fans to create their own experiences, to share what they love and to have that experience with their fellow fans,” NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said in a statement.
“It also gives fans the ability to showcase their creativity to fans across the world.”
The latest games, which have yet to be released, include a game that lets players skate through a hockey rink and a game with players trying to beat an obstacle course.
The games also include an online mode that lets fans share their creations online and can be watched live on NHL GameCenter, which Bettman announced in March as part of the league’s “Play to Win” initiative.
The league also announced that it will start offering digital downloads of the new games on iPad on October 17, a move that could have an impact on the future of mobile gaming.
In addition to its iPad game, the league will release a few new games in the coming weeks.
One, called “Basketball in the Garden,” lets fans go back in time and create their favorite NBA team and player of the future.
The game will include the same team, uniforms and equipment as in the current NBA games.
The NBA has been releasing games that take place on the court during the NBA All-Star Weekend since 2016, and a similar NBA event will be held this year in Orlando.
Last month, the NFL released a trailer for “Rise of the Ballers,” an upcoming NFL-themed game that will feature a basketball-themed theme.