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Marvel Future Fight from Netramble Launches Globally This Week

3 minutes agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Netmarble has announced that their action RPG, Marvel Future Fight, is launching globally in just a few more days. [Read more]

'Spellcrafter: The Path Of Magic' Review - Give This A Path

42 minutes agoMobile / Mobile Apps : Touch Arcade

Developer Jujubee is probably most famous in the iOS scene for the Flashout series, their entry into the high-speed futuristic racing sub-genre. They're stylish games that don't venture all that far from the template, and at least at the time of the respective releases of each, satisfied a relatively underserved niche in the mobile gaming

Game of Thrones Ascent's Huge New Expansion, Fire & Blood, is Available Now

53 minutes agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Hang on to your dragons; Kongregate has released their second major expansion for Game of Thrones Ascent, called Fire & Blood. [Read more]

'Final Fantasy: Record Keeper' - How to Unlock Terra Branford

Final Fantasy VI's Terra is finally available in Record Keeper, and we got the tips to help you unlock her record.

Create Your Perfect Vacation Day With Make My Day

2 hours agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

The Make My Day app, by Lonely Planet, gives you access to a new series of mobile guidebooks that focus on some of the worlds most famous cities. [Read more]

Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0 Now on Android

Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0 lets you goof around with 60 Disney-brand characters (including Marvel heroes) in a sandbox environment. iOS devices have been in on the fun for some time now, but now Android users can finally join in via a free app download on Google Play. Show More Summary

Tips for making music for kids' games

"Often, the type of game you're creating is the deciding factor. Have discussions with the leads about your opinions, and always keep your target audience, and target paying audience in mind."...

Tim Schafer’s Broken Age Finished and Out on iOS

Tim Schaefer’s pitch for Broken Age received a great deal of attention and set off a Kickstarter revolution when it managed to raise $3 million for development in 2012. The final product had to be released in two parts, and with theShow More Summary

Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 Coming This Halloween

Think you’re done with Freddy Fazbear? Freddy Fazbear’s not done with you. The popular cult survival horror series Five Nights at Freddy’s will continue – and supposedly end – with Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, which is coming on Halloween. Show More Summary

How to attribute royalty-free content in your game

Attorney Zachary Strebeck: "Read the terms and conditions that apply to the particular license you're purchasing. The best way to stay out of legal trouble is to follow the directions."...

'Rex Rocket' For iPad Review - Mega Man Meets Metroidvania In This Excellent Action Adventure

If there's one thing I should have learned after being into video games for as long as I have, it's that nature abhors a vacuum. Even after watching countless genres swing out of and back into fashion over time, I still sometimes find myself lamenting the lack of games of a certain type during the

'Desktop Dungeons: Enhanced Edition' Coming to Tablets in May

When Desktop Dungeons (DD) was originally released as a paid game in 2013 (it existed as a freeware game prior to this release), it quickly found a place on many PC screens because of its addictive one-more-dungeon gameplay and its very challenging and intricate design. DD's developers, QCF Design, have been planning on bringing the

EA Sports UFC Tips for Newcomers

Perhaps you’ve chosen to download the fighting game EA Sports UFC. Perhaps you’re struggling to get your knock-outs and your submissions. If so, Gamezebo has the cure for what ails you. Check out their tips and tricks guide here. A predictable offense is pretty useless, so be sure to change it up a bit when it comes time to pummel your opponent. Show More Summary

Lonnie Plays Halo: Spartan Assault

The talkative YouTuber Lonnie has already taken Halo: Spartan Strike for a test drive, but this time he’s taking the other half of Microsoft’s mobile bombardment for a spin. Does he like it? Check out the video above to find out. More about Halo: Spartan Assault » The post Lonnie Plays Halo: Spartan Assault is from Slide To Play via YouTube.

Finger Derpy Review: Absurdly Delightful

Racing drunken horses has never been as fun as it is in Finger Derpy, a bizarre game that’s probably unlike anything you’ve played before. It comes with a drunken race mode and a drunken endless running mode, and really what more could...Show More Summary

Leo’s Fortune is On Sale for $0.99

Platformer fans who haven’t already snapped up Leo’s Fortune should probably do so right now. That’s because the game is on sale for a buck, down from five bucks, a price point it almost never reaches. Still need more convincing? From...Show More Summary

Caves ‘n Chasms Review: Dig It

Caves ‘n Chasms is a game about digging. It’s about solving puzzles and digging with a drill. Also, there are monsters and some issues with the controls. From Pocket Gamer’s 8 out of 10 review: But stick with it and everything will start to click. Show More Summary

Magic Shot Review: Formless Yet Enjoyable

You know that feeling when you want to play an experimental French billiards game? Well, Magic Shot is here to satisfy that gnawing desire. In this game, the shape of the pool table changes, but the goal always remains the same: to knick both the red and yellow balls with the cue ball in a single shot. Show More Summary

'Crystal Siege' Goes Universal This Week and Goes on Sale

Good news for fans of Crystal Siege [$2.99 (HD)], the action/tower-defense game published by FDG that released last year. The game has been stuck on the iPad since its release, but FDG is releasing the iPhone version this week, and they're going to make it a free universal update instead of a separate iPhone version.

Game Oven's Final Game, 'Jelly Reef', Now Available

Dutch studio Game Oven has been at work on one last game before they disband, and it's out right now: Jelly Reef [$1.99], their roguelike-inspired ocean exploration game. You control the ocean, helping a school of jellyfish navigate the many hazards that want to devour and dstroy them. You swipe to control the ocean currents,

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