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You might have heard of a small Bethesda mobile game, Fallout Shelter [Free], which has taken the mobile world by storm (or by apocalyptic fallout) because of its great charm and Fallout flavor. We enjoyed it so much that we picked it for our 'Game of the Week'. This town management game, which has already announced its first update,
Sometimes an interesting art style suffices for a game to get my attention, and the art style of Dicetiny: The Lord of the Dice definitely did the trick. While an interesting art style can catch my eye, it takes more than that to actually get me interested in a game. When I read that the game looked to Hearthstone, Monopoly, and Rogue-like
Vainglory's latest hero is here, and we have a beginner guide to help you learn her moves.
Start singing "nahnah-nahnah-nahnah", and people will immediately think, if not yell out, "Batman!" Utter the words "and here... we... go", and the image of Heath Ledger's excellent portrayal of the Joker clearly comes to mind. Similarly, if I tell you there's a new LEGO Batman game, your imagination can likely fill in most of the
Triangulae is a puzzle game that seems to be following this delightful new trend of not being a 2048 clone or physics puzzler or “insert your favorite popular puzzle genre here”. In fact, I’m pleased to say that I don’t think I’ve played anything quite like it before. It’s got all the bases covered with … Read more
As I talked about recently in a story on Anki Overdrive, I like developers who try to push mobile gaming in uncommon directions, and ZenFri, a Canadian company with a deep passion for storytelling and experience in producing interactive media, has decided to do just that with its upcoming game, Clandestine: Anomaly. Show More Summary
Just a few weeks ago, we wrote about Blizzard teasing a new Hearthstone [Free] expansion that looked like it could have a Pirates vs Ninjas theme, or something along those lines. Well, Blizzard has sent an actual scroll to PCGamer, declaring that the company will announce some news on July 22nd. The scroll says: Champions are
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A rumination on games that satisfy different people: "I thought about other games I wished I could enjoy with my wife, who prefers a more methodical and thoughtful approach than I usually take."...
"It's very common to hear from developers how evil, hurtful or abusive mobile games are. I don't think most of the comments reflect the reality."...
Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload, the weekly feature where we never seem to have enough rations to get by. Each week, we take a look at an RPG from the App Store's past to see how well it's holding up in the present day. It's a bit of revisiting, a bit
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If you watched the 2013 WWDC, you might remember Anki Drive [Free], the short demonstration of AI-guided cars racing around an oval track without bumping into each other or skidding out. According to Anki, the developers of the game, the cars weren't using the iPhone as a remote control but, rather, as the brains behind an "immersive, real world experience." The
The App Store isn't what it used to be back in 2012, so it's not unexpected to see some games changing their structures with the times. Now we can add Rage of Bahamut to that list with the recent announcement that the game is severely cutting back on the number of events it holds. [Read more]
After our June update yesterday, we saw another surge in contributions to our Patreon, and it feels like we're in the home stretch of hitting our goal. Also, as mentioned yesterday, we're getting really close to having all the forum stuff done, so hang tight for that. Anyway, back to our developer profiles. The star
In a general meeting with the shareholders, Nintendo CEO, Satoru Iwata, provided more details about his company's thinking regarding the monetization model of its upcoming mobile games. He first reiterated that Nintendo cannot succeed in the mobile world if it simply releases any software title with one of its popular characters or themes from its popular game