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Dementia: Book of the Dead by Igor Migun is now free!

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Dragon Mania Legends Update Brings New Challenges, A New Island, and More

A dragon-breeder’s work is never done. The 1.3.0 update for Dragon Mania Legends has a host of new content, including new daily challenges, a new island, and multi-wave challenges. WHAT’S NEW? – Fight against other players in 12 different leagues and win 7 unique Dragons! – Face the new Daily Challenges. Show More Summary

VR Comes to iOS with Latest Model of Cardboard Announced at Google I/O

The Android equivalent of WWDC, Google I/O, had its big keynote today, and there was actually some news from the show for iOS users. Google announced that Cardboard – their DIY solution for doing VR on a phone display up to 6" – will support iOS. The SDK is being updated to support apps with

Sign up for the Beta for 'Angel Stone' from Fincon

Fincon, publishers of Hello Hero [Free] and of the upcoming Angel Stone, are launching a closed beta for that game, and they want our readers to participate. You can sign up for the beta at the official Angel Stone site, with promises that they won't do anything with your email address other than sending an

Scalar: the Better Calculator by Sergey Mikhanov is now free!

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SomaFM Radio Player by SomaFM is now free!

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Meeting Box – Notes, Tasks, Sketches and Recordings by Fishington Studios is now free!

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The TouchArcade Show - 207 - I Like Combining Things

Fresh off the Memorial Day holiday, this week has been flooded with insanely awesome game releases. We touch on a bunch of them, but Jared and I definitely will need to spend this weekend playing catch up. From there we discuss some of the news of the week, including how neat it is that we

TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Sproggiwood'

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

Konami Apologizes to Fans about "Mobile is the Future" Comment, Claims Consoles and PC are Still Important

Almost two weeks ago to the day, Konami President, Hideki Hayakawa, got the Internet all twisted up when he said that his company was pretty much dropping console game development in order to pursue mobile games aggressively because "mobile is where the future of gaming lies." As expected, these comments got many across the Internet,

Punch Nazis in the Face in 'Kung Fury - The Game', Based on the Movie

If you play Kung Fury - The Game [Free] game, you'll get a free, ad-supported, action-brawler. It's similar to One Finger Death Punch [Free], where you tap left and right to attack enemies on either side of you, punching out Nazis, lady kung-fu warriors, and killer robots. You'd notice how the game has been made

Colorful Music Puzzler 'har•mo•ny 3' Releases This June

BorderLeap's har•mo•ny series has been kicking around for a while, with a couple of well-received entries, and har•mo•ny 2 [$3.99] in particular was the beneficiary of regular featuring by Apple. Now, BorderLeap's got a third game in the series in the works, appropriately titled har•mo•ny 3. The game is promising more vibrant colors and beautiful

Friendly Reminder: 'Portal Pinball' is Now Available and it Comes with Free Cake!

Earlier this month Zen Studios and Valve announced a partnership that was to bring a Portal-themed pinball table to the multitude of digital platforms where Zen's pinball games are available. And that includes iOS! It arrived a wee bit later than the normal weekly releases, so just consider this a friendly reminder that both a

Nvidia offers AndroidWorks middleware for all Android devs

Regardless of whether or not the device you're targeting includes an Nvidia Tegra chip, you can use the company's new suite of tools....

Texas slashes government incentives for video games and film

As the two industries clash over who gets what, a lack of compromise and heightened scrutiny from politicians means that the latest subsidies are looking very lean by previous standards....

'Hyperburner' Hands-On Preview: Gorgeous, But I Just Crashed Again

Hyperburner was the kind of game that I was immediately taken by thanks to its promise of gorgeous worlds and quick-reaction gameplay. Developer Badpotion was gracious enough to send me a pre-release build to try out of Hyperburner, and while I think there's still some work that needs to go into this one, there's definitely

'Lara Croft: Relic Run' Review - Temple Fun

Some of you may recall a bit of controversy earlier this year over the fact that Temple Run 2 [Free] (and many similar games) didn’t let you play as a female character unless you paid for the privilege. This was brought to the attention of The Washington Post by a pretty awesome 6th grader who

'Shobon Flip' Review - There Has To Be A Twist

What is a Shobon? This was the biggest, most pressing question nagging at me while playing Shobon Flip [$0.99] by Masami Kodaira. A brief, incredibly confusing google search informed me that it has something to do with a cat character (who may be suffering from depression) that has appeared in various Mario-like platformers on the

We Try To Figure Out What You Do In 'Soccer Spirits 2' Solely By Watching The Just-Released Trailer

Sometimes you watch a game trailer, and you say to yourself, "yes, this trailer perfectly captured the essence of the game." And then you watch a trailer like the one for Soccer Spirits: Season 2, and one minute and some seconds later you are still staring at the screen absolutely dumbfounded, still trying to comprehend

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