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 another somewhat slow week, but given all the new games we all have to play at the moment, maybe that's for the best. Of course, you can keep an eye
Michael Burns released the solid auto-running platformer with chunky pixels Kid Tripp [$0.99] back in 2013. He's been working on a sequel at various points over the past few years, but it's only now getting to a point where it's nearing completion. In fact, this sequel won't even be called Kid Tripp at all. The
Lucky Kat Studios, who have done some quite fun games including Combo Critters [Free], are working on a really cool beat 'em up called Beat Street. The catch is that it's a one-handed portrait game, and all actions can be done with one finger, tapping and swiping to attack enemies, dash, and pull off special
Back in January, we learnt that the Android iteration of Super Mario Run [Free] would finally launch after just over three months of iOS exclusivity this March. However, Spring is now upon us, and there has been no sight of any version of Mario's mobile debut on the Google Play store as of yet. However,
Computing giant IBM and backend service provider PlayFab have formed a joint initiative to give game developers deeper insights into player behavior. ...
South Korean mobile game juggernaut Netmarble is aiming to raise around $2.4 billion through an upcoming initial public offering....
It's not The Witness, but it is a puzzler by a talented indie developer. 1Button, known for games like Nekosan [Free], Mr Jump [Free], have created Trilogic [$1.99] as a followup to Bicolor [$0.99], their puzzler from 2014. Naturally, the big new element in this game? Instead of having two colors in a puzzle to
This week's longform game article/video highlights include CIA board games, the art of escape rooms and The Oregon Trail's genesis....
The final Apple indie game showcase is now available, and while you likely figured it out if you followed the game's forum thread, the secret has been revealed: Card Thief [$1.99] by Tinytouchtales and Mexer is now on the App Store. This is a followup to Card Crawl [$2.99], but instead of being a dungeon
We've been trying to figure out what the final two games of the Apple indie games promotion would be. We figured Card Thief was coming sometime (and the developer has been all but saying the release date in the forum thread), but what that final game would be. Well, there's suspicion that the final game
Zach Gage's newest word game, TypeShift [Free], is out now on the App Store. As the myriad teasers made clear, this a game about arranging letters to form words. In particular, you are given puzzles where you have to form words of a certain letter of numbers. Each letter's column has a particular set of
Super Tank Rumbleputs you in the seat of your very own, handcrafted tank. You can choose from over 100 different parts to create your Super Tank before taking it out to wreak havoc on your opponents in glorious PVP combat. Now, Smilegate...Show More Summary
With Eli on vacation this week, Jared recruits the most villainous human being on the planet, Carter Dotson, to co-host this week's show. We talk at length about Apple's recent "Celebration of Indies" promotion as well as their new initiative to give indies more visibility by giving them their very own separate storefront in the
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
We have some big exclusive news to announce. Death Road to Canada, the latest game by Rocketcat Games and Madgarden, is releasing on on Wednesday, March 22nd. The randomly-generated road trip action-RPG has been on PC for a few months, but the mobile release just recently got finished up as big updates hit the PC
Like anyone who has been playing games for any length of time, I've seen so many endings that they barely even register in my memory anymore. But I distinctly remember the Saturday one summer in high school when I finally finished Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts. My friend owned the game, and I had dabbled with
Folks, we’re in the middle of something of a feline renaissance of late, what with the recent release of an amazing kitten rhythm title and the future release of an RPG that lets you play as a cat (among other games). Meanwhile, The Big Journey [$1.99] from Catfishbox and Armor Games is the latest platformer
While the last open-world puzzle adventure I reviewed had the torches and pitchforks out for me, I do love the concept of like, a Metroidvania style puzzle-adventure. Take Pan-Pan [$3.99], a weird little game that has you crash-landing on a strange planet. The parts of your ship that can be used by your crew to
Summoners War [Free] continues to be a very popular game, and the latest update should help make it even more fun to play. The update adds the World Arena, a new mode that allows players from across the world to compete in the game's PvP Arena, which is a recipe for loads of fun. And in
Orangepixel's Meganoid 2017 has continued development and a lightspeed pace. And in fact, while the game's release date was announced recently, you can in fact play it now if you're on Android. An Early Access version of Meganoid 2017 is now available on Google Play. This one isn't done yet, as there's still some tweaking