Combining simple combat with village building is a potent combination for this charming tale. The post Little Raiders: Robin’s Revenge Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Dark Tonic and Bulkypix have joined forces to bring Treasure Tombs: Ra Deal to iOS this fall. Treasure Tombs is an action/puzzle game where you take on the role of Colorado Cajones, a treasure hunting adventurer exploring the tomb of Pharaoh Ra-Khan. Show More Summary
The genre label 'Metroidvania' is a combination of Metroid and Castlevania, referring to just about any Metroid game and the post-Symphony of the Night Castlevania games largely overseen by Koji Igarashi. The genre itself, though, stretches back pretty far, and there's at least one series concurrent to Metroid and well before Symphony that hasn't really
Pirate Bash's turn-based battles add an intriguing twist to a typical physics game. The post Pirate Bash Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Crazy Dave has a crazy new product for you: Plants vs Zombie Headphones. Skullcandy has partnered with Popcap Games to create a pair of stylish headphones to surround you in the sounds of zombies groaning and exploding in all their glory. Show More Summary
It's been a long trek from student project to full blown game concept and beyond, but Bedtime Digital Games has finally released their collaborative creation, Back to Bed[$3.99]. Arriving on iOS just a few weeks after it's steam release, this beauty is here to entice you with a graphical pedigree rarely seen on a
Build a huge tower again but Vegas-style in Tiny Tower Vegas. The post Tiny Tower Vegas Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Time to free up your hands and get rid of the traditional notepad! ALON Software Ltd. is pleased to announce the release of ALON Dictaphone 1.8.6, a professional audio voice dictation app for those who want the highest quality dictation and audio recording device available. Ditch your notebook and start audio recording everything you need, from a to-do list to a critical memo. 1
The Manhattan Project offers a great Euro-style gameplay experience, but it is totally unwelcoming to new players The post The Manhattan Project Review appeared first on 148Apps.
"As far as limitations go I believe that it's better to know what you should not do as opposed to not knowing what to do. Hopefully my next LD submission will blow this one out of the water."...
Backflip's new game isn't the only Dungeons & Dragons-related news coming out over the weekend, as Beamdog has announced they're working on an enhanced remake of Icewind Dale for Mac, PC, iOS and Android. Icewind Dale was originally released on PC back in 2000, and takes place in the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms campaign
The fine folks at Telltale still refuse to publicly admit that Tales from the Borderlands will be coming to iPad. But we know it will. Don’t we? It should be the next big story game series now that The Walking Dead Chapter Two is complete. Well I’ve convinced myself of that anyway. I took a […]
If you can recall back nearly a year ago to October of 2013, Square Enix announced that mobile ports of the first eight Dragon Quest games would be coming to Japan. We hoped at the time that those mobile ports would also hit stateside, and as it turned out they did–or at least they've started
Steven Universe – Attack the Light is a new game from Cartoon Network that takes a light Pokemon type RPG into the Steven Universe, uh, universe. Steven guides his three other characters through a series of dungeons battling them with light and fun turn based attacks. Look for Attack the Light later this year.
It seems hard to believe, but it's already been a whole year since developer Michael Brough released his techno-roguelike masterpiece 868-HACK [$2.99] onto the App Store, and to celebrate he's dropped the price of the game for the first time ever. You can now buy the game at the discounted price of $2.99, down from
Adventure Time Game Wizard is an in development game we saw from Cartoon Network at PAX this year. The game allows players to develop their own platform game using either grid paper or the in game editor. Creating levels using paper is done by using a set of standard symbols for platforms, elevators, coins, etc. […]
Light in the Dark is a light based puzzle coming this week to iOS. In the game, light emitting characters are moved around a game board to light up stars — light all three stars for a perfect score on the level. As the levels progress, more obstacles, more difficulty, and much more to manage. […]
Stormworm is being described as the 3D successor to Snake. Seems like an apt description. The snake or worm in this case is centered on the screen with a press on the right or left side to turn the 3D world it roams on in that direction. It’s a quick and fun game that indeed […]
I must admit that I didn’t pay much attention to MEG RVO when it hit the app store last month. But seeing it at PAX has gotten me interested. MEG RVO is a realtime multiplayer capture the flag type strategy game where teams battle to capture checkpoints. The game isn’t perfect, but it’s still worth […]
This War of Mine is sure to raise some eyebrows when it’s released later this year. A “staying alive” simulator that has players scavenging, trading, raiding, and defending the refugees in a war torn region is scary and amazingly enthralling. At PAX I was able to spend about 30 minutes playing the PC version of […]