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This Week at 148Apps: September 8-12, 2014

4 hours agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Believe it or not, there WAS more happening this week besides the iPhone 6 announcement. Don't believe me? Read on for the week that was. The post This Week at 148Apps: September 8-12, 2014 appeared first on 148Apps.

Apple CEO says company won't be going after Facebook, Twitter

Tim Cook all but denies interest in purchasing social network Path, or in making another run at creating its own social network.

'What value do you see in game jams? What have you learned?'

They're increasingly popular and seemingly going on all the time. What value do they hold for game developers? We asked our readers....

Hearthstone botter: Blizzard 'not really paying much attention'

He left his bot running for three days straight, but didn't get flagged as a non-human player, this Hearthstone botter says....

Google taking steps to boost Android game developers in Japan, Korea

The biggest mobile market in the world is Japan -- and Korea is also lucrative. Now, the Android provider is aiming to help developers in those countries find sucess....

The TouchArcade Show - 172 - The iPhone 6 (and iPhone 6 Plus) Episode

This week's episode is all about the new iPhone. Jared went to the keynote on Tuesday and got some serious hands on time with the iPhone, iPhone 6, and the Apple Watch. We talk about things we like, things we don't, things we're stoked for, and more. If you're on the fence between the different

TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Phantom Rift'

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

Best iPhone and iPad Games of the Week: 9/12/14 - 'Goblin Sword', 'The Journey Down', 'Battle Riders', and 'Gemini Strike'

If all that happened this week was the release of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, that'd be pretty rad in itself. If all that happened was the unveiling of the Apple Watch, same story, would still have been a great week. The fact that we've got all that and great iPhone games?

Best Games On Sale or Free This Weekend

We all love a great deal, and there’s no better kind of deal than a deal on a great game. A handful of excellent games have gone either on sale or free of late, so check out our picks, and download any game that strikes your fancy this weekend. Free Assassin’s Creed Pirates – 3/4 […]

Apple: iPhone 6 preorders set a record overnight

Despite online-store outages and other glitches, more customers have preordered Apple's two newest iPhones than ever before, the company says.

Redshirt, Hack 'N' Slash among this year's IndieCade finalists

This year the IndieCade officials have nominated 36 indie titles for awards, including games from Double Fine, DigiPen, Deirdra "Squinky" Kiai and more....

Don’t miss out on these discounted games from the Mac App Store

If you own a Mac and were holding off purchasing games from the Mac App Store in anticipation of discounts now is your chance. Feral Interactive Ltd. is offering huge discounts on its entire catalogue available on the Mac App Store. This is a very limited time special price and the game genre range from in-depth strategy, action games, casual and many more.... Read More

Rejoice, Kittens! Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker is Here to Rock Your Simulated Dating World

2 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Magic Notion has released their first game (and it’s an odd one): Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker. This dating sim gives you power over peoples’ lives as you match them through your very own dating agency. You’ll get help from the sassy drag queen diva Kitty Powers and her little black book of lonely hearts. Show More Summary

'Goblin Sword' Review - It's Still Rock and Roll to Me

My thumbs are feelin pretty raw after playing Goblin Sword[$0.99]. As a guy that grew up playing platformers in the late 80's/early 90's I don't think I can give higher praise for a game workin' it's tail off to give that old feeling back. Unforgiving yet short levels give this game a mobile focus while

Record Breaking iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Preorders Made For a Pretty Crazy Night

It's hard to not just be dumbfounded by the rapid rise of the iPhone. 2007 wasn't that long ago, and it's nuts to look back to when the iPhone was the $500 phone Steve Ballmer famously laughed at to causing a predictable yearly fervor where everyone has to have one. If you set your alarm

Quick tips: Finding the core gameplay

"One of the biggest challenges in designing a new system is to establish a solid core to build the game upon. I usually start by searching for a solid core system that could sustain the entire game going forward."...

How to hide the U2 album on your devices

Apple gifted iTunes users a copy of U2's new album. Not a fan of the band? Here's how you can hide it from your iPhone, iPad, and computer.

Upcoming Digital Board Game SettleForge is Headed to iOS

2 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

SettleForge is a single-player board game where players take on the role of the king as they try to reinvigorate their country’s economy. In puzzle game fashion, players must place hexagonal tiles with different buildings on them, but you must keep in mind building regulations and economical dependencies to find the best locations. Show More Summary

Yummy adventures arrive on the App Store with Yummolate app

Diwudada, an innovative new mobile game developer, today is proud to announce the release of Yummolate for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running on iOS 4.3 or later. Yummolate is an addicting new iOS game experience that pushes players' hand eye coordination and reflexes to the limit, including over 85 game levels, amazing game action, and much more.

'Spider-Man Unlimited' Review - The Amazing Ironically-Titled Spider-Game

Gameloft's newest release, Spider-Man Unlimited [Free], makes me feel all complicated inside. Regular readers will know that I tend to prefer my running games to be simple and gimmick-free, and this game is anything but that. Of course, regular readers will also know that I can't resist a game based on superhero comics. I expected

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