"Looking at the finished trailer, I like to think we've made something that's fun to watch and captures the feel of the story and is enough to get people on to the App Store to download the app!"...
When Nintendo announced its first mobile projects last month, along with Miitomo was the announcement that Nintendo Account, a unified account system for Nintendo games across their systems and mobile, was in the works. And in Japan, Nintendo Account has just launched. Either by signing up with email or social network connections, people can spend
Foursaken Media, who we last saw with Heroes and Castles 2 [$1.99], are at work on their next game, something a bit different from their usual output. All is Lost is an auto-runner taking place on a space station. You'll be rescuing various crew members, controlling your runner but also various doors and obstacles in
Planet Diver is an endless arcade game about diving through planets while dodging lava, killing bats, and collecting Starstuff. Here are some tips to help you go the distance. [Read more]
For a game that wasn't received with much excitement when it was released, Sanitarium [$3.99] has held up pretty well over the years. The game first released in 1998, when adventure games were just about to drop off a cliff sales-wise for the next several years. Some of the things it was criticized for at
So, good news and bad news on the upcoming Futurama: Game of Drones. The bad news is that you probably can't play it yet. The good news is that if you're an Android user in certain countries, or have the means to obtain it otherwise, you can play it right now as it has soft
When I heard a few years ago that Sports Interactive was planning on bringing Football Manager over on iOS, I was filled with reserved anticipation. Anticipation because the thought of a portable Football Manager was the white whale of many gamers (including me) who had spent hours upon hours on the many PC versions of
Laralyn McWilliams: "Ultimately we have two choices: we can greet our definitely indefinite future with fear, or we can embrace the unknown in all its potential to surprise, challenge and delight us."...
We're streaming live on Mobcrush right now. There's a couple different ways you can watch the stream, and they all work equally well and it's really just a matter of personal preference as to which method you prefer. The easiest way to watch is just watching the embedded player right here on TouchArcade. In the
Digfender [Free] is basically a tower defense game combined with a “digging” game (if you couldn’t tell from the title alone). As far as the TD stuff is concerned, it’s all pretty standard. You’ve got waves of different enemies marching toward your base (a castle, in this case), and your job is to stop them
We are officially in Week 2 of the Clash of Clans [Free] sneak peeks of the upcoming (maybe early December?) Town Hall 11 Update, an update that will bring major changes to the game millions love. Today's reveal showed some of the Town Hall 11 upgrades including the gold and elixir storages that will max
Our Patreon is doing great, TouchArcade Deals is super popular, and today we're adding a third option for people to support the site while getting something (in this case, cold hard cash) in return: TouchArcade Device Buybacks! We've partnered up with the guys at MyPhones Unlimited, who much like us are a super small and
This very well animated adventure game, Brave & Little Adventure will be familiar to Tiny Thief fans. It’s got all the charm of that game and even better graphics. The story unfolds while playing as little red riding hood through a series of screens filled with puzzles and multiple characters. Show More Summary
Soon, Gamasutra's editorial staff will begin to publish our picks for the best and most significant games -- but that's only half of the picture. Once again, we're asking you to join in....
"I believe UX design in a product is a voice, that stands for the end user. It must identify pain points and cognitive friction which users might have experienced in the past in a similar product."...
The first Demon's Rise [$2.99] game was a lot of fun, thanks to it having a ton of stuff to do, and a roster of character classes that was large and varied. Look, if you've ever wanted to rock out with a party containing a minotaur and a walking cannon, Demon's Rise is the game
BorderLeap keeps on working on their stylish iOS games, with Harmony 3 [$2.99] getting a festive holiday update this week on Thursday, December 3rd. 50 new levels, featuring snowfall, yuletide symbols, and colors that feel very December-ish and holiday-esque. Plus, there's all new music from Hammock, who's done the hypnotic tracks for the series. The
Are you sick of gorgeous isometric puzzle games inspired by Monument Valley [$3.99] yet? Me neither! Euclidean Lands is looking like another game following in the tradition of that game, but throwing some new wrinkles into the equation. For one, you can rotate levels to alter perspective, but also can spin them around like a
In early October, I spent a few weeks putting the Nvidia Shield through its paces, and now that the new Apple TV is upon us, I'm leaning ever-so-slightly to saying that I prefer the Nvidia Shield way more. Well, right now it's available on Amazon for $150, down from $200, which puts in in line
"The idea behind lockstep multiplayer is simple, if every player shares their input with every other player, the simulation can be run on everyone's machines with identical input to produce identical output."...