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  • After 3+ Years, EA Finally Updates NBA Jam

    Fri 11:46pm By Jeff Scott
    In spite of the game having a nearly permanent spot on the top 25 games on iOS, EA had failed to update NBA Jam since 2011. Yup, one of the best selling games on iOS existed in iPhone 4 screen sizes since 2011. Well it’s finally updated, and from the report…
  • Footage of Fan Created Super Mario 64 Running on an iPhone 6

    Fri 9:32pm By Nadia Oxford
    Despite Nintendo’s announcement about is foray into mobile game development, it’s highly unlikely we’ll ever see the action classic Super Mario 64 on smartphones. That’s where the fans come in. One skilled programmer, Erik Roystan Ross, rendered a…
  • BattleLore: Command Receives Multiplayer Options and New Campaign in Update

    Fri 3:39pm By Nadia Oxford
    Battlelore: Command is an excellent board game port that was lacking just one feature upon its release: Online multiplayer. Fantasy Flight Games has since rectified that oversight with cross-platform online play. But that’s not all version 1.2 offers. The…
  • Free Apps of the Day, March 27 2015: Chillaxian, Relax Rain, and More

    Fri 3:32pm By Nadia Oxford
    Need to unwind before the weekend? Today’s list of free apps from Apple N’ Apps contains some items that should help you, in a word, chill. Up for grabs is Chillaxian (an arcade shooter), Oquonie (a puzzle game), Relax Rain (a relaxation utility), and…
  • Hands-On Impressions of Allstar Heroes

    Fri 3:24pm By Nadia Oxford
    148Apps has hands-on impressions of Allstar Heroes, a casual RPG that should hit the App Store sometime next month. It’s apparently a pleasant, easy-going game with some very cute graphics. Allstar Heroes is in soft-launch on Google Play. Evolving your…
  • Must Read: “The Last Game I Make Before I Die” on TA

    Fri 12:48pm By Jeff Scott
    Great read from Sam Coster, one third of Butterscotch Shenanigans about his fight with cancer and the drive to build the game he’s always wanted to build. Cancer is a great clarifier. It stripped out all the petty, superfluous aspects of life and demanded…
  • Breath of Light is an Easy-Going Way to Pass a Few Hours

    Fri 9:01am By Nadia Oxford
    Apple N’ Apps Review of zen puzzle game Breath of Light outlines its calming nature, but dings the simplicity of its gameplay. Everything in Breath of Light shares a similar design goal, and it’s easy to get lost in the style going from level to level.…
  • Ticklefluff is Squeezy Tickly Fun

    Fri 8:43am By Nadia Oxford
    Ticklefluff is an adorable game that’s all about keeping a sentient piece of fluff happy by doing what it requests. This may include poking it, stroking it, and squeezing it. It’s a lot more innocent than it sounds, as AppSpy’s hands-on with the game…
  • Warhammer: Arcane Magic Coming to iOS

    Fri 8:37am By Nadia Oxford
    Turn-based strategy game Warhammer: Arcane Magic is coming to iOS at a yet-undisclosed date. That means some good old-fashioned medieval monster beat-downs. Arcane Magic is said to have a lengthy single-player campaign that has you searching for Arcane Power.…
  • Hints and Tips for Final Fantasy Record Keeper

    Fri 8:31am By Nadia Oxford
    Final Fantasy Record Keeper is a pretty big game, and there’s a surprising amount of strategy involved with survival. Touch Arcade has a number of very handy tips that should help you take down the series’ iconic enemies and bosses – again.More about…
  • Imps in Tokyo Review: Simple Yet Delightful

    Thu 8:02pm By Chris Reed
    Do you like line drawing games, and games with great aesthetics? Imps in Tokyo has both, and 148Apps likes it. Check out their 4 out of 5 star review here. This is a cool and stylish little game that’s capable of winning over just about anyone that isn’t…
  • Minion Carl and April Fools’ Jokes Come to Despicable Me: Minion Rush

    Thu 8:01pm By Nadia Oxford
    There’s a new minion for you to torment in Gameloft’s endless runner Despicable Me: Minion Rush: Carl. The update also includes the option to run through Eduardo’s Mexican-themed mansion, a new BMX bike mini-game, and the option to play pranks and tricks…
  • Final Fantasy: Record Keeper Kicks the Crap Out of All the Bravest

    Thu 7:55pm By Chris Reed
    The verdict is in — Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is a winner. Destructoid has an article singing its praises, calling it a much better game than the other free-to-play Final Fantasy, All the Bravest (which they awarded a 1 out of 10 in their review). The…
  • Bio Inc Gets Update, New Difficulty Level

    Thu 7:45pm By Nadia Oxford
    DryGin Studios’ Bio Inc plays a bit like the popular world-killer Plague Inc, but it focuses around ending one person’s life instead of ending the world. You work to afflict your target with potentially deadly diseases and conditions, and they fight back…
  • Tales from the Borderlands – Episode 2 Review: Pandora Rocks

    Thu 7:38pm By Chris Reed
    It looks like Telltale has yet another utterly fantastic game on its hands with Tales from the Borderlands. Touch Arcade has updated its review of Episode 1 with a review for Episode 2: Atlas Mugged. It gives the whole package (so far) 4.5 out of 5 stars. And…
  • BounceX Review: A Painful New Obsession

    Thu 7:34pm By Chris Reed
    If you’re into super-tough games like Flappy Bird and Super Hexagon, you’ll probably want to check out BounceX, a game that will try every ounce of your skill. Gamezebo has a review. I’ve clawed my way to five points in BounceX, so I can tell you what…
  • WWE Immortals Updated for Wrestlemania

    Thu 5:18pm By Chris Reed
    Are you ready for Wrestlemania, brother? It’s happening on Sunday, so the free-to-play WWE Immortals game has been updated with new Wrestlemania events, plus two new characters: Stone Cold Steve Austin and Macho Man Randy Savage. The new Events System will…
  • Out Now: OLYM, Next in the Series with MUJO

    Thu 3:59pm By Jeff Scott
    MUJO was one of the best games of 2014. OLYM is out now and it looks to be a great successor in what I guess is a series from Oink Games.More about OLYM »The post Out Now: OLYM, Next in the Series with MUJO is from Slide To Play via Touch Arcade.
  • Out Now: Fast & Furious: Legacy

    Thu 3:54pm By Jeff Scott
    The new CSR-style racing / reaction game / arcade racer from Kabam is out. Just in time for the movie release.More about Fast & Furious: Legacy »The post Out Now: Fast & Furious: Legacy is from Slide To Play.
  • Out Now: The Trace – Murder Mystery Adventure Game

    Thu 3:49pm By Jeff Scott
    A great premium game, The Trace is an adventure game that lets the player act as the detective in a murder mystery. The game also received and Editors’ Choice on the App Store.More about The Trace: Murder Mystery Game »The post Out Now: The Trace – Murder…
  • Stormblades Review: A Casual Infinity Blade

    Thu 11:58am By Nadia Oxford
    AppSpy’s review of Kiloo’s hack-and-slash adventure pegs it as a more casual take on the Infinity Blade franchise. There’s fewer things to collect, less ways to gear up, and you’ll ultimately hit the inevitable grind-or-pay wall that accompanies many…
  • Hints and Tips for Compass Point: West

    Thu 11:46am By Nadia Oxford
    Compass Point: West is a town building / card-collecting / action game that understandably gets pretty busy at times. If you’re having trouble holding onto your claim, 148Apps has a strategy guide that should help you bring some semblance of order to the Old…
  • Taichi Panda Gets Big Update that Includes New Character Class

    Thu 11:40am By Nadia Oxford
    Pandas tend to take things easy in the wild, but Snail Games’ Taichi Panda isn’t about to slow down. The action-driven MMOG recently received a huge update that brings a ton of new stuff to the table, most notably the fox mage sorcerer class. There are…
  • Out Now: Sid the Snake

    Thu 11:35am By Nadia Oxford
    Even though mobile games are creeping closer and closer to console quality, sometimes you just need to go totally retro and unwind with a classic: Snake. But Sid the Snake is more akin to a full-blown arcade title than the monochrome Nokia experience you’re…
  • Stan Lee’s Hero Command Review: Fun, But Not Heroically So

    Thu 11:24am By Nadia Oxford
    Stan Lee’s free-to-download action game is pleasant enough but could ultimately be so much more, according to Gamezebo’s review of the title. A wide variety of henchmen and low level baddies inevitably stands in the way of whatever you’re trying to…
  • Out Now: Jump’N’Shoot Attack

    Thu 11:13am By Nadia Oxford
    The instructions are in the title. Jump’N’Shoot Attack is a challenging 2D platformer inspired by NES-style adventures, particularly Mega Man. It’s full of weird colors and weird enemies. It can be yours for $1.99 USD.More about Jump'N'Shoot Attack »The…
  • Out Now: Silly Sausage in Meat Land

    Thu 11:08am By Nadia Oxford
    Nitrome’s stretchable pup is ready to go in Silly Sausage in Meat Land, an action game that’s illustrated with lovely sprite graphics and offers a crazy challenge. Seems like a good option if you’ve had it with Mr Jump. Silly Sausage in Meat Land is…
  • Out Now: Final Fantasy Record Keeper

    Thu 10:56am By Nadia Oxford
    Square-Enix’s latest free-to-play RPG lets you relive famous battles from across Final Fantasy’s history. You can also collect tons of items, learn new skills, and forge equipment. Final Fantasy Record Keeper is a real nostalgia rush, but newcomers to the…
  • Doctor Who: Legacy Expanded with 8-Bit Adventure “Bigger on the Inside”

    Thu 9:12am By Jeff Scott
    Doctor Who: Legacy is one of my favorites of the match-3 RPG genre. It’s great to see the game repeatedly updated and expanded. This update brings a whole new adventure game that takes place inside the Tardis. Titled “Bigger on the Inside,” this 8-bit…
  • The Trace Review: A Mystery Worth Solving

    Wed 8:31pm By Chris Reed
    Touch Arcade has reviewed the murder mystery game The Trace. They liked it! You can read the 4.5 out of 5 star review here. The Trace has so many genres mixed in that it’ll be hard for mobile gamers not to enjoy at least some part of the game. I thoroughly…
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