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If you're totally engrossed in the Skylanders ecosystem, the Skylanders Collection Vault is going to be right up your alley. This game-ish app seems to act like a iOS Pokedex of sorts, letting players catalog their existing Skylanders figures, maintains a wish list of figures you're looking for, and compare the expansiveness of collections against
Endless runners can satisfy a certain kind of itch every so often, but sometimes, I want structure. With a level-based system and endless runner-like qualities, AdvenChewers is a modest compromise of both formulas, and ends up offering an extremely addictive mixture of the two. Told through the tale of a young boy who dreams of
Don't adjust that dial, this is in fact an "Out Now" post on a Tuesday night. This would normally be a post on Wednesday night as scheduled "Thursday" releases go live in the US App Store and around the world, but this Thursday is Thanksgiving so it's shaping up to be sort of an odd
We first learned about the existence of Angry Birds Go! way back in June, and a follow-up teaser video released in August led us to believe that the game would be some sort of go-kart racer along the lines of the classic Mario Kart series. Well, the very next month, a bunch of leaked images
Remember the Tiger Style teaser site we posted about almost a month ago now? Well, it turns out that was the cryptic reveal for the Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor sequel, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon. Per the new site, "Tiger Style is working hard to bring you a Spider that's bigger, better,
It's crazy to think how many console games are ported to iOS, and actually work. With a number of high profile Xbox Live and PSN games releasing on a weekly basis, a large sample of them are starting to see some life in the mobile arena -- and I suspect that once iOS 7 controllers
December 5th is going to be one hell of a day for iOS gamers. Yesterday's Assassin's Creed game, and now a game I've personally been waiting for forever, Space Hulk. Already available on Steam, Space Hulk is going to be an iPad port of the similar game, based around the massively complicated and popular board
There's little doubt that Ndemic Creation's Plague Inc. is one of the finest strategy games in the App Store, but it's also one of the most well tended to games I've ever seen. The original release last year was an elegant humanity-eradicating simulation that felt like a perfect fit for a mobile title. Over the
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, in my opinion, was by far the most technically impressive game in the entirety of the PlayStation 2's library, and we just got word from Rockstar that it's coming to the App Store "next month." With the iTunes freeze imminent, we're looking at either December 5th or December 12th as
I treat my Facebook account like a little safe haven on the internet, meticulously pouring over whatever privacy settings I can to make sure that only trusted friends and family can see my things. Is it overly paranoid? Maybe, but, it's become increasingly apparent that nothing you do online will ever be deleted, so I
It was just a few days ago that the iOS version of the Galaxy on Fire MMO from developer Fishlabs soft-launched in fourteen different territories, but here we are already and the soft-launch of Galaxy on Fire - Alliances has expanded to include the US and "all English-speaking countries as well as additional territories" according
The Infinity Blade series is a mainstay of the iOS platform, and chances are that every man, woman and child has downloaded and installed the first game in the trilogy since its release nearly three years ago. But… maybe some of you haven't yet, for whatever reason, and if that's the case with you then
We told you last week that the remake of the strategy classic M.U.L.E. would be landing on November 25th, and we weren't lying. As of today you can now download M.U.L.E. Returns from the App Store. This new iOS version features remade visuals, remixes of the classic M.U.L.E. tunes, and absolutely no in-app purchases or
Remember back when Game Dev Story released? It was such a fun game, and it seemed like everyone was playing it, even people who weren't really into mobile gaming. At that point in time, the future looked pretty bright for developer Kairosoft, with a future as a dominant force on the App Store seeming likely.
Fans of the Assassin's Creed series are going to be in for a treat next week per our pals at IGN. An entirely nautical-themed game from Ubisoft titled Assassin's Creed Pirates is scheduled for release on the 5th for $4.99. Check out the trailer: Gameplay seems to focus around naval battles, building up a crew,
This sequel to Final Fantasy IV doesn't quite live up to its namesake.
About a year and a half ago, NTT Resonant and ZigZaGame Inc. released Dragon Island Blue, an RPG that was very heavily inspired by Nintendo's Pokemon. Offering a huge roster of monsters and abilities, it nicely tapped into a few of the hooks of the famous franchise. There were lots of reasons to like
This endless platformer from Crescent Moon Games is simply out of this world.
This week's episode we actually recorded a day early, so all the amazing things which happened (or didn't happen!) today will be discussed next week. Anyway, we spend a lot of time chatting about the recent war of virtual pet releases, other cool games of the week, relevant news, and then a big long discussion
The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn't necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game