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Keep the guns rolling: Modeling for Overkill 3 and optimizing workflow

"The gaming industry demands the best of you as gamers are merciless critics. But what if you are alone, targeting mobile devices and most of all, the clock is ticking? Let's optimize."...

Robot grabs minority investment from Chinese giant Tencent

Hero Academy maker Robot Entertainment is the latest Western studio to see investment from Tencent, the China-based megacorp with significant investments in (among other things) Epic and Riot Games....

Mobile struggles and lessons: An Atoms iOS postmortem

"I never expected to get rich, but bringing in a few hundred or a thousand pounds didn't seem unrealistic. Maybe, if I'd charged £1.99 up front, or had the right marketing...? Maybe I'm just a naive fool though."...

Don't miss these standout talks during the eight GDC 2015 Summits

As everyone prepares for the big show next week, GDC 2015 officials take a moment to highlight some of the most interesting can't-miss Summit sessions at this year's conference....

'Mutant Football League' Trying to Make Hyper-Violent Football Happen Once More

Remember Mutant League Football, the violent football game published by EA, using the fantasy setting to boast action that's only slightly more over-the-top than what real football has? I mean, people aren't exploding into bits in the NFL, but knees aren't safe, and the brain trauma is immense. Well, Mutant Football League (the last two

'Blood Bowl' Goes on Sale for a Buck

Man, if you would have told me about the intense drama that would surround giving Blood Bowl [$0.99 (HD)] a negative review, I would have told you that there's no way people are this passionate about a weird football game... Then this happened. If you've been dying to see what all the fuss was about

Check Out the Live-Action Teaser Trailer for 'The Wild'

Toonuva Games' hotly-anticipated survival-crafting game The Wild, taking place in the Vermont wilderness, has a new live-action teaser trailer showing off some of what they hope the final game to be. There's apparently going to be a full-length trailer down the road, too. You can hear bits of the music that will be in the

Mecha Showdown Review

2 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Mecha Showdown replaces traditional buttons with a slot machine mechanic in this robot fighting game, but the thrill of the gamble just isn't there. The post Mecha Showdown Review appeared first on 148Apps.

Sum Idea Review

2 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Sum Idea is a fairly charming but taxing puzzle game. The post Sum Idea Review appeared first on 148Apps.

A New Badland Update Brings Daydream Levels to Co-Op

2 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

The latest update for Frogmind’s popular flying platformer Badland has arrived on the App Store. It brings in the ten levels from the game’s Daydream level pack into co-op, lifting the total of co-op levels available up to 100. Furthermore, the game now boasts an additional 30 missions and four achievements. Show More Summary

Reliance Games and Dreamworks Unveil Real Steel Champions

2 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Reliance Games and Dreamworks have announced that a third game in the Real Steel series of mobile fighting games, Real Steel Champions, will be making its way to iOS this March. Based off of the Real Steel movie, this new entry in the...Show More Summary

Slashing Demons Review

2 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Slashing Demons lacks the depth or scope to take it beyond the point of being just another endless tapper. The post Slashing Demons Review appeared first on 148Apps.

Viber launches Viber Games worldwide

Viber launches Viber Games with three titles, Viber Candy Mania, Viber Pop and Wild Luck Casino....

RPG Reload File 027 - 'Avernum: Escape From The Pit'

Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload, the weekly feature where nothing is so unimportant that it doesn't go into our inventory. Each week, we take a look at an RPG from the App Store's past to see how it's holding up. It's a chance to revisit the game, reflect on the things

The Founders of ngmoco are Returning to Mobile Games with their New Company N3twork

The world of mobile games is extremely fast-paced, and in just a few short years ngmoco helped shape the industry as we know it today. Now the founding members of ngmoco are returning to the mobile gaming space with their new company N3twork, according to an interview with In the early days of the

‘Vainglory’ Patch Unlocks Celeste, Adds New Communication Tools

Vainglory's latest patch unlocks its newest hero and makes some changes to the MOBA's gameplay.

Nexon to Tackle the Free-to-Play Roguelike with Upcoming 'Legacy Quest'

Nexon and developer Socialspiel have just announced Legacy Quest, a roguelike dungeon-crawler coming this summer. While the term 'roguelike' is definitely one that's loosening from its Berlin definition, at least Legacy Quest is keeping a couple key elements: permadeath of heroes and procedurally-generated dunegons. Combat will be real-time, and the experience you earn will go

'Woah Dave Deluxe' Coming Soon as Free Update with New Levels and Characters

One of the cooler Super Crate Box [$1.99] style games from 2014 was Choice Provisions' Woah Dave [$0.99], which was about picking up exploding skulls and flinging them at enemies, preferably in their unhatched egg form. And if you didn't have any skulls, then you would fling the unhatched eggs at hatched enemies to get

'The Quest Keeper' Could be the Dungeon-Crawling Version of 'Crossy Road'

Tyson Ibele, developer of Jungle Moose [Free], has just announced a nifty-looking game called The Quest Keeper. At first glance, it looks like Crossy Road [Free] meets a dungeon-crawler, as there's voxel visuals, and an isometric camera perspective, though where Crossy Road had you hop with each tap or swipe, you keep moving in the

'Space Marshals' Chapter Two Coming March 5th, Here's a New Trailer

We were already well aware that Pixelbite Games were experts at making racing games, with the excellent Reckless Racing series and Repulze, but in early January they released Space Marshals [$4.99] and showed the world that they've also got a lock on tactical dual-stick shooters. We loved Space Marshals in our review, noting that it

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