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Digby Forever Guide: How to dig to the deepest depths

4 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Digby Forever is a sparkling homage to arcade classics, and while you may be tiring of the number of arcade games being thrown at you, this endless digger finds many ways to stand out from the rest of the pack. The game manages to be challenging without punishing you needlessly. Show More Summary

The best sales on the App Store this week

4 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

It's been quite the week in mobile games, but if the latest releases(there were some pretty darn good ones, in case you missed out) aren't really doing the trick, perhaps some of these discounted games will. Many of these premium games had their prices slashed or are completely free for the time being, so snatch them up while you can. [Read more]

Video: Improving our games through subversive diversity

Game devs Catt Small and Shawn Alexander Allen take the stage at GDC 2016 to talk about how you can create more diverse and inclusive games, and why that's a valuable thing you should be doing....

The TouchArcade Discord Community Shares Their iOS Classics and Favorite Game Folders

At the start of the year, TouchArcade transitioned from the cold and corporate Slack server to a shiny new equivalent in the form of Discord [Free]. Apart from being extremely intuitive and easy to pick up, the number one benefit of the TouchArcade Discord server is that it is accessible to everyone, and over the

Devs laid off from Wooga's Black Anvil join Snowprint, launch new Berlin studio

Remember late last year, when German game company Wooga shut down its internal studio Black Anvil Games? Snowprint has hired a number of the laid-off devs to open a new studio in Berlin....

Blog: How much money will your mobile game make?

Learn professional techniques used to forecast the potential revenue of F2P mobile games including key performance indicators, how to estimate the size of your market, and genre based metric values....

New Johto Pokemon Are Now Available to Catch in 'Pokemon GO'

This Wednesday, Niantic finally announced that a whole new cast of Pokemon from the Johto region would be available to capture within Pokemon GO [Free], as well as an assortment of additional items, berries, and gameplay enhancements to make the augmented reality application even more immersive. While they touted a release date of 'later this

'The Girl Who Sold the World' Is an Intruiging Audio Adventure Game

I was wondering recently why we haven't had many other audio games on iPhones outside the brilliant Papa Sangre II given how great an iPhone can be for games like that. And then I checked our Upcoming Games forums and saw a thread on The Girl Who Sold the World, an upcoming audio adventure game that

'Star Trek Timelines' 'Season of Love' Event Is all About a Mating Ritual

Thanks to Captain Kirk, weird mating rituals are an...interesting part of Star Trek, so it's not surprising that Star Trek Timelines [Free]  has a Season of Love event starting today that is all about a mating ritual. Apparently, the weird merging (coupling) of time and space triggered the peculiar pon farr mating ritual with every

'Galaga Wars' Adds New 'Pac-Man' Ship with New Visuals and New Enemy Battles

Bandai Namco and Paladin Studio's Galaga Wars [Free] is a great modern remake of Namco's classic arcade shoot 'em up Galaga. Utilizing modern 3D graphics and new features like multiple playable ships, Galaga Wars does a great job at retaining the essence of the original, which isn't always the case when older classics get the

'Phoenix 2' Update Adds Extra Hard Leagues, Five New Ships, and More

If you like the highly-entertaining bullet hell shmup Phoenix 2 [Free], prepare to enjoy even more content. The upcoming update will add three new extra hard leagues - because apparently the game wasn't hard enough for some of you. The SS, SSS, and SSSS Leagues will ratchet up the difficulty and provide a challenge for

The Imaginative 'unWorded' Has Now Released on Android

UnWorded [$3.99], an imaginative narrative game where everything is built from actual letters, has finally moved from iTunes to Android today. The game takes a dive into the damaged brain of a writer and lets players uncover his creative world. In terms of mechanics, the game is all about taking letters and punctuation signs and

'Fairy Elements' Review - I'm Just Here for the Band

It took a while, but it feels like the changes in the iOS market over the last few years are finally catching up to Kemco. Releases are more sporadic and increasingly reliant on one obviously overworked developer. Their games are now released in free and premium versions, both of which are typically packed with extra

'Where Cards Fall' Coming Fall 2017, New Trailer Looks Wonderful

The upcoming Where Cards Fall, developed by Alto's Adventure Snowman and a new studio called The Game Band, continues to enchant in its newest trailer, and now we also have the release window; Fall 2017. If you haven't been keeping an eye on our earlier coverage of the game, Where Cards Fall is a coming-of-age

Blizzard Announces the 'Hearthstone' Year of the Mammoth - Many Changes Coming

Last year, Blizzard made the biggest change to Hearthstone [Free] in the history of the game by introducing card rotation which I'm not sure was that surprising as it was the inevitable solution to the problem of keeping the card pool down to a reasonable size both in the interest of the overall metagame as

'Missileman' Review - Sky Rockets in Flight, Afternoon Delight

One of the best games of 2015 was Downwell [$2.99], the roguelike action game of descending down a well with rocket boots. Missileman [$2.99] turns that formula upside down, literally. Here, you play as a fellow riding a rocket upward, trying to blast all the enemies in their way, while countless other missiles become available?

'Causality' Review - Destroying Your Brain and The Space-Time Continuum

Is your brain working properly? Are things in the world making too much sense? If you answered yes to these questions, and you desire that your brain be thrown into the washing machine, and then crushed with a hammer, then Causality [$1.99] is the game for you. It's a puzzle game for people who like

Beware of 'Astroneer' Scam App on the App Store

We typically ignore these types of things as you could literally spend your entire day listing off scam apps, knock-offs, and other similar things that are constantly released on the App Store. Normally, we assume folks are pretty savvy when it comes to spotting these, as 99.9% of the time (and this is true in

'Slayaway Camp' Review - A Killer Puzzler

The first thing that drew my attention to Slayaway Camp [$2.99] was the horror theme. Designed as a pastiche of 1980s horror in all its cheesy glory, combined with a voxel look that allowed for some gory slasher action with a comical feel. And then the game released on Steam first. After some work to

Why the new Fire Emblem Heroes update shows that Nintendo is listening

5 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

It’s exciting to see Nintendo delving into the mobile sphere, regardless of whether it’s to give fans another platform to enjoy their fans or simply a sound business venture. Two of the company's announced mobile games have finally come to fruition, but they were slightly soiled by iffy free-to-play mechanics and other foibles. Show More Summary

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