Recent videos claim to show the supposed sapphire screen withstanding some intense abuse -- but it's not invincible.
A new update has come speeding onto the App Store for everyone’s favorite racer, Real Racing 3. Gold payout has now been improved drastically with the maximum payout for levelling up now increased to a whopping 100 gold, 20 times more...Show More Summary
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then I think Noodlecake and Massive Damage have just written a crown of sonnets to Candy Crush Saga [Free] publisher King. Like one of its previous releases, Flappy Golf [Free], Noodlecake's latest release, Zombie Puzzle Panic [Free], is a reply to one of the biggest hits of
Adding music to short video clips has never been easier than it is with Lomotif. The post Lomotif Review appeared first on 148Apps.
So you’ve bought a Fitbit. Now what? How about turning it into an RPG? FatChicken Studios has released FitRPG; a game that turns the data collected by your Fitbit into your character’s strength, hit points, endurance, dexterity, and experience. Show More Summary
Luca Redwood, also known as "The 10000000 Guy", was working on a hotly anticipated sequel for the original 10000000 [$2.99] titled You Must Build a Boat. Along the way, he started working on a side projects, and from there the story takes an incredibly predictable turn that I feel like I've heard a million times
Tricky due to an awkward control system, Alphabeats is still an interesting combination of rhythm gaming and word play. The post Alphabeats Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Chinese media point to the iPhone's Frequent Locations, a feature in iOS 7 that provides location-aware information.
As soon as people hear the phrase "card game" you'll have a massive amount of people running for the hills, which is a shame. As a big fan of deck-builders like Dominion, as well as battle games like Hearthstone, card games can be extremely entertaining if done right, and are often timeless, especially on an
Professor Neil Alford of Imperial College in London tells the Guardian he believes Apple may indeed have created a sapphire smartphone screen.
BiteMyApple.co has announced that they will begin shipping their new iblazr today. iblazr is a synchronized flash for iPhone, iPad, and Android that allows users to take better illuminated shots. Chris Johnson, Founder of BiteMyApple,...Show More Summary
A little too tricky at times, Transworld Endless Skater is a more true to skateboarding game than most. The post Transworld Endless Skater Review appeared first on 148Apps.
New to the App Store is Pinch, a dating app that hopes to make finding your perfect match more fun and that bit easier than it was before. By using your Facebook friends, it enables you to browse friends of your friends before ‘pinching’...Show More Summary
Sonic Jump Fever isn't a bad game, it's just not a particularly interesting take on Doodle Jump style sensibilities. The post Sonic Jump Fever Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Earlier this month, Amazon warned the FTC not to go ahead with a legal complaint regarding in-app purchases in games and apps for aimed at kids. Now the FTC has officially filed a lawsuit against Amazon....
"Top Eleven is the #1 top grossing sports game in the UK today. Tomorow it is likely to stay this way. To learn from the best we have invited Nebo Radovic, the marketing manager, to talk about how Nordeus markets Top Eleven."...
Running (mostly) horizontally all the time must get tiring, because our old pal Sonic now has two video games featuring himself jumping vertically and not doing much running at all. The latest is Sonic Jump Fever [Free], which Sega originally announced about a month ago but has been soft-launched since April. It's a sequel of
So I’m still working my way up to not being behind, but it doesn’t seem like developers are slowing down at all in terms of turning out new games. This week saw the release of rainblocks, a cool combination of matching and sliding puzzle genres. The game can get pretty intense as you fight the … Read more
Small Fry [Free], the Noodlecake-published endless runner – or endless swimmer, or dolphin diver, or whatever you want to call its whole situation – by No Monkeys, is getting a big update next week that will bring a new gameplay mode and new reasons to play often. Hyperspace is the star of the update, where
We reviewed DUNGEONy [$1.99] only a few short weeks ago, but the game has already gotten a 2.0 update that brings a laundry list of changes and improvements to the puzzling roguelike. There's a couple of new characters: the Grizzly, set to hard difficulty, and Skelly, who's an unlucky character. Good luck with that. The