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Cloudy Or Dry – Funny Or Die Release a Weather App

Funny Or Die has released a weather app for those out there who want some humor to go with their weather reports. Funny Or Die Weather is powered by Weather Underground and features five day forecasts, humidity and UV index information, tide times and more for locations around the world alongside regular doses of weather-based jokes. Show More Summary

Patton's final battle: Publicity rights of deceased celebrities in games

An in-depth blog post from attorney Dan Rogers covering how General George S. Patton's estate has sued a San Francisco-based game developer, and the grounds the legal challenge rests on....

Five Alarm Freebie Alert: 'Duet' from Kumobius is Free on the App Store for the First Time

Duet [Free] from Kumobius rates as one of the best of the bunch of minimalist, challenging, arcade-style games. And now the Australian developer has made the game free for a limited time in honor of Australia Day. You play as a pair of orbs that spin around a central point, and must try to make

Dragon Quest V Review

Dragon Quest V is arguably one of the finest installments in the series so, yes, you should get it. The post Dragon Quest V Review appeared first on 148Apps.

'RPG Dead Dragons' Review - About As Exciting As Dry Toast

The new year is already off to a great start for iOS RPG fans. We've received a port of the wonderful Dragon Quest 5 [$14.99], an excellent puzzle RPG in Hero Emblems [$3.99], and even a couple of indie surprises in the form of Lowlander [$1.99] and Adventure To Fate: Battle Arena [Free]. I'm feeling

Innovative Narrative Puzzle Game 'Framed' Goes Free for Australia Day

One of the more creative narrative-driven games from 2014 has just gone free for Australia Day, in Framed [Free]. This game has you rearranging comic panels to advance the story, utilizing spatial awareness to help get the protagonist of the scene from ledge to ledge, room to room, and out of the way of those

Have a Couple of Exclusive New Screens for Hipster CEO 2

Is your Hipster sense tingling? The post Have a Couple of Exclusive New Screens for Hipster CEO 2 appeared first on 148Apps.

Dreeps Review

The world of Dreeps is imaginative and adorable - which makes it all the more frustrating that you can't interact with it more. The post Dreeps Review appeared first on 148Apps.

Mediocre, the Team Behind Smash Hit, is Teasing Their Latest Unnamed Project

Mediocre, makers of Smash Hit, have released a teaser video of their newest project: a currently unnamed title that promises to be a strategic driving game. Mediocre says it is set to release in spring 2015. Aside from the driving seen...Show More Summary

China likely to top US for Apple iPhone sales

The arrival of big-screen iPhones in the big China market promises a significant shift for the final quarter of 2014.

Heroes of Gaia Review

This free-to-play rpg looks a lot like Heroes of Might and Magic, but it's poor interface and layering of mechanics makes it feel unnecessarily messy. The post Heroes of Gaia Review appeared first on 148Apps.

Terra Battle Celebrates a Major Milestone with a Co-op Mode and New Characters Designed by Famed Artist Yoshitaka Amano

Terra Battle, by Mistwalker Corporation, has surpassed 1.5 million downloads worldwide. To celebrate, they’ve announced that Yoshitaka Amano (Final Fantasy) is designing some new characters for the game. They’re also adding a new scenario from Yasumi Matsuno (Final Fantasy XII and Vagrant Story), and a Terra Battle figure. Show More Summary

'Dreeps' Isn't Exactly A Game, But It Is Kind Of Interesting

Describing itself as an 'Alarm Playing Game', dreeps [$2.99] caught my eye with its attractive pixel graphics and promise of a low-maintenance adventure. Well, what I found probably can't be called a game in the traditional sense, but it might still be of interest to some of you. Since I saw some people in the

Update Mondays: 'Angry Birds Space', 'Goat Simulator', 'Terra Battle', 'Star Horizon', And More

Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It's time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. It's a pretty full week this time around, with some very interesting updates in the lot. Of course, you can keep an eye out for updates yourself using AppShopper Social [Free],

Murder in the Hotel Lisbon Review

This old-school looking adventure games includes some new twists to keep its murder mystery plot entertaining throughout. The post Murder in the Hotel Lisbon Review appeared first on 148Apps.

Angry Birds Friends NHL All-Star Tournament Welcomes NHL HockeyBird

With the NHL All-Star Game finishing up this weekend, Rovio has added two week-long hockey-themed tournaments to Angry Birds Friends. What makes these tournaments unique from the norm, however, is that they also feature a new playable character. Show More Summary

Ambition of the Slimes Review

This slimy strategy game combines classic visuals with creative, original gameplay. The post Ambition of the Slimes Review appeared first on 148Apps.

Unity error fix: Timestamps and assets maps out of sync

One developer encounters a devastating Unity error: "My work of about three weeks was gone. I couldn't see anything, I couldn't do anything at all." Here's how to work around it....

Looking back, looking forward with devs of the Independent Games Festival

Past Independent Games Festival finalists and winners revisit their time in the IGF, and reflect on where they are now....

PAX South: 'Guild of Dungeoneering' Has You Build the Dungeon, Then Fight Through It

Guild of Dungeoneering is an interesting card-based dungeon-crawler, being developed by Gambrinous and published by Versus Evil, that was on display at PAX South. You have a hand of 5 cards of 3 types: enemy, item, or dungeon floor. You're building out a dungeon as it goes, with floor tiles needing to intersect with each

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