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Google Pixel XL Review: Nexus is dead, long live the Pixel

Google's push into becoming a hardware company by creating its own smartphone is off to a fantastic start.

Google Pixel XL: Photo samples

The Pixel XL's camera is as good as Google promised.

Huawei Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro: All the rumors so far

Huawei is set to announce its next flagship line, believed to be called the Mate 9, in November. Reports have indicated the Mate 9 will come in both standard and dual-edge curved variants.

Apple releases iOS 10.1 with Portrait Mode for iPhone 7 Plus, bug fixes

Apple's first major update for iOS 10 is now available on compatible devices. Most notably, it brings a DSLR-like Portrait Mode to the iPhone 7 Plus' camera.

What kind of games are popular with both children and parents?

A recent survey from Joan Ganz Clooney Center aims to discover what type of games are played in family homes by both children and parents alike....

Gameforge lays off 1/5 of staff and moves away from mobile games

German game publisher Gameforge is moving away from the mobile games, citing less-than-expected success in the market....

Game studio hits Hasbro with cloning lawsuit

"Peak Games has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Hasbro and Backflip Studios for taking Peak's popular game, Toy Blast, cloning it, and cloaking it under the My Little Pony brand."...

Rovio Stockholm boss departs for Spotify

Rovio's Stockholm general manager, Patrick Liu, has left the Angry Birds creator after four years to take up the mantle of senior product owner at Spotify. ...

Blog: The attempts to bring 'triple-A quality' games to mobile -- and why they're failing

After my first post about the tech arms race in the triple-A space, I ponder why the same mindset isn't prevailing in mobile games....

Video Game Deep Cuts: Mario's Hard Indiepocalypse

The latest Video Game Deep Cuts, picking the smartest longform video game articles and videos of the week, looks at Mario speedrunning, the state of 'indiepocalypse', & why it's hard to make games....

Go Out Back and Fetch Me a Switch - The TouchArcade Show #278

With the announcement of the Nintendo Switch being the actual elephant in the news room this week, we kick off the podcast by talking about the new Nintendo hybrid portable console along with questions we cant answered and some hefty speculation. There's just so many questions with the Switch, it's honestly worse than an episode

TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'The Bug Butcher'

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

'Sky Force Reloaded' Getting New Level 13, New Nightmare Mode, and Much More

It is borderline absurd how much developer Infinite Dreams has updated their hit shooter Sky Force Reloaded [Free] since its initial launch at the beginning of June. Absurd, I tell you! Just a couple of weeks into its life Sky Force Reloaded received a new ninth level and tournaments; a month later it got a

'Minecraft: Pocket Edition' 0.16 Update Releases Today, Brings Tons of New Features

After a slight misfire, Mojang has released Minecraft: Pocket Edition [$6.99] 0.16 update (although it's still making its way across the internet tubes on the iOS side). 0.16, or the Boss Update as it's also called, brings Add-Ons to the game, which can totally change the way the game plays. For instance, you can have

DeNA's 'Deckstorm: Duel of Guardians' Is Shutting Down

DeNA's Deckstorm: Duel of Guardians [Free] is a CCG that tried to target players looking for more complexity from a card game and brought some clever ideas to the CCG formula. Unfortunately, with DeNA Western shutting down (which we wrote about recently), Deckstorm is following suit and shutting down operations soon. As posted in-game, starting

'Spingun' Review - Spin to Win

There's very little that's more satisfying than an easy to grasp game. If it has shooting elements, great, it probably appeals to the little destroyer in us all. That's precisely why so many have flocked to Downwell [$2.99], as it has that "one more run" type of feel combined with a loveable art style and

Best Fiends Forever Guide: How to collect the most coins

4 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

The fiendship in Seriously's hit Best Fiends has been upgraded this time around in Best Fiends Forever. It’s a fast-paced clicker with lots of color and style--kind of reminiscent of a ‘90s animal mascot game like Crash Bandicoot. The game includes a lot of little secrets to discover, and there are plenty of upgrades to be had. Show More Summary

5 apps for the budding mixologist

4 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Creating your own cocktails is something of an art form, requiring a knack for unique tastes and devising interesting combinations. It's easy to get started right in your own kitchen, though, even if you're a complete beginner. Try using one of these fine apps to get you started. Show More Summary

5 mobile strategy games to try when you can't play Civilization VI

4 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Strategy enthusiasts everywhere are celebrating the release of Civilization VI this week, and so far everyone seems pretty satisfied with the first full release in the series since 2010. The series has always been about ultra-addictive gameplay that has you begging for just one more turn. [Read more]

Popclaire talk to us about why The Virus: Cry For Help offers such a unique twist on the Zombie genre

4 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Humanity has succumbed to a virus that’s spread throughout the world. Now the dead have risen with a hunger for human flesh, and all that remain are a few survivors. One of those survivors has just called you for help. That’s the plot...Show More Summary

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