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'Hearthstone' Curse of Naxxramas Guide: Tips and Decks to Beat the Plague Quarter and Class Challenges

Man, Hearthstone [Free (HD)] is getting awesome. I talked about this on our podcast, but I've got to say this is by far the cleverest way to release new cards that I've ever seen in a collectable card game. These boss (and class) encounters are a ton of fun, and if you liked the Arachnid

Take Note! Noteshelf Has Recieved a Big Update.

Fluid Touch Pte. has released version 8.6 of Noteshelf, the simple yet satisfying notebook app. The update lets users backup, archive, and share notebooks via AirTransfer and automatically publish notebooks to Evernote. Noteshelf also now allows users to import and annotate Microsoft Office Word, Powerpoint, and Excel files. Show More Summary

Japan's console game market is shrinking fast - report

According to a new report from the Japanese Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association, Japan's console game market shrunk by a fair margin during 2013, while the country's mobile games market expanded....

Cubama Review

With its addictive challenge and interesting premise, Cubama is frantic screen-tapping fun. The post Cubama Review appeared first on 148Apps.

'The King Of Fighters 98' Review - The King Of 'King Of Fighters' Arrives

You really have to hand it to The King of Fighters series. Not only has it survived through 20 years and more than one company sale, it's actually seen fairly regular releases throughout that span, proving to be just as prolific, if not more so, than its more well-known competitors. It also has long roots

Become a Guardians of Galactic Peace With the New Spacefaring Sim, Kairobotica.

Kairobotica by Kairosoft, Co makers of Game Dev Story, puts players in command the Kairobot Corps: a security force tasked with keeping the galaxy safe from monsters and evil-doers. Players can go on missions, upgrade their colony, capture...Show More Summary

Soul Guardians: Age of Midgard Review

Swords and trading cards are fun, right? So is Soul Guardians: Age of Midgard. Mostly fun, anyway. The post Soul Guardians: Age of Midgard Review appeared first on 148Apps.

A look at four studies on game preferences by gender

"There are motivational differences in gamers' preferences for genres... This comes from common perceptions among gamers as well as good number of studies."...

Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 wins plaudits for display, says researcher

Microsoft's newest 12-inch tablet has one of the best displays of any tablet out there, according to DisplayMate Technologies. That's no mean feat.

NFL Fantasy Football App Redesigned Ahead of Upcoming 2014 Season

With just over a month to go until the NFL season begins again, it’s time for fantasy football players to start setting up their leagues and prepare for a draft or two. Ahead of the season starting, the NFL Fantasy Football app has been rebuilt, bringing new features into the fray. Show More Summary

New iPhone Games Coming Tonight: '80 Days', 'Angels in the Sky', 'Deep Loot', 'Micromon' and Tons More

There's an awful lot of rad looking games coming tonight, both titles we were expecting from developers we know as well as totally new stuff that I can't wait to try. As usual, all of these games should hit the US App Store at 11:00 PM Eastern, or potentially earlier if your personal iTunes region

Juicebox Games making 'mid-core' mobile games with $2.5M investment

A free-to-play mobile studio headed up by ex-Zynga staffers today revealed that it raised $2.54 million in funding to create "mid-core" games aimed at men aged 18-35....

Matter Review

Matter lets you add geometric 3d shapes to your images and manipulate things so each image looks quite impressive. The post Matter Review appeared first on 148Apps.

Using Scrum in indie game development

"At the end of the day, the team is what remains in a company, and it grows up with its experiences. In every case the team should learn a lot, to take the maximum advantage independently from results."...

Touch Love: Ledoliel and the world of Devine Lu Linvega

Leigh Alexander spends time with Ledoliel, an often-intimate, often-violent alien negotiation app -- and looks into the distinctive world of its multidisciplinary creator, Devine Lu Linvega....

'Great Big War Game' Not Big Enough, Rubicon Announces 'Ultimate War Game'

Rubicon Development made their name on iOS in 2011 with Great Little War Game, a turn-based strategy game with an Advanced Wars feel that was built for mobile. Indeed it was a great little war game. Then in 2012, they followed it up with Great Big War Game, and as the name implied it was

'Wind-Up Knight' Creators' Latest Game, 'Dungeon Slots', Coming Soon

Wind-Up Knight 2 [Free] creators Robot Invader have been doing some experiments after that game's release, making some smaller games, mostly on Android, with Cybergon and Tapthello over on Android. But a new small game is making its way to iOS soon: Dungeon Slots. Essentially, the goal is to crawl dungeons and fight enemies, with

Aquafadas Wave App Pushes Boundaries of Digital Publishing Technology

Aquafadas, developer of digital publishing solutions, recently released its own app, Aquafadas Wave. A knowledge base and source of inspiration, Wave offers publishers and their design teams a visual guide to get the most out of their Aquafadas Digital Publishing System. 1

Crazy Taxi: City Rush races into the App Store

Designed expressly for mobile devices, the sequel to the beloved racing game borrows a page from Temple Run. Is that a good thing?

Nun Attack Origins: Yuki’s Silent Quest in Review: Silent, Deadly and Fun

We were introduced to the nuns in 2012 with the RPG Nun Attack, which I sadly did not get the chance to play.  The following year brought us Nun Attack: Run & Gun, a runner with potential that ultimately fell flat for me.  Now we have Nun Attack Origins: Yuki’s Silent Quest, and unlike some … Read more

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