If you're a PlayStation 4 gamer, then you should probably download the new PlayStation Communities [Free] App, out now for iOS and Android. This app will let players meet players with similar interests so you can socialize or even team up. For instance, you can join parties and launch into games with other Community members,
Yogg-Saron hasn't always been everyone's favorite Hearthstone [Free] Whispers of the Old Gods card; something about a ton of random spells blasting all over the place irked those who hate RNG. The card has been nerfed a bit but is still a powerful one, and in this repeat Tavern Brawl its RNG spell effect is
I usually try to stay on top of the various RPGs that come out from week to week, but every once in a while, something good slips past. Fortunately, the TouchArcade forums are pretty reliable about finding the things we happen to miss, and that's just how I came across Exiled Kingdoms [Free], a surprisingly
Through 5 games and 5M players, Butterscotch Shenanigans has faced trials of discoverability, monetization, and retention. Come hear the story for yourself at GDC 2017, and maybe avoid their mistakes!...
Angry Birds creator Rovio wants to create the Netflix of mobile video game streaming with its new spin-off venture, Hatch....
Apple and Product Red have been doing annual promotions now for ten years, which honestly, really makes me feel old as it doesn't seem like that long ago. If you've never heard of this whole (RED) thing before, the Wikipedia page does a good job of detailing what it's all about. Basically, all these massive
I can't believe it's already been a year since our last National Mousse Day. I'm not sure if it technically qualifies as a mousse or not, not being an expert in such things, but I feel like it's appropriate to eat a Baker's Square French Silk Pie today. Or really any day. While you're eating
Heads up, Unity devs: The 5.5 version of Unity has graduated out of beta and is now marked as a stable release, one that includes expanded support for codeless IAP and Windows Holographic....
There are a wide variety of genres and types of games on the App Store, many of which would only work on the pure touchscreen-centric input that the iPhone offers. While this results in a lot of imaginative and innovative experiences, I still end up gravitating towards platformers when I'm looking for a new game
Even though I spend most of my free time writing about a ridiculous variety of iOS games, I always tend to gravitate towards a relatively basic App Store classic on the everyday commute. This game is Desert Golfing [$1.99] - while not much more than an extremely minimalist putting simulator, in practice the game is
Jolla's uncertain future as a would-be rival to Android may be a little clearer with official support from Russia.
We're streaming live on Mobcrush right now. There's a couple different ways you can watch the stream, and they all work equally well and it's really just a matter of personal preference as to which method you prefer. The easiest way to watch is just watching the embedded player right here on TouchArcade. In the
When you see a screenshot from the upcoming The Hacker 2.0 by the developers of Drylands [$2.99], it will remind you a lot of Deus Ex GO and Hitman GO, and the developer does admit that those games were an inspiration. However, this game, which takes place within a VR environment, is more focused on strategy
Ellen's Heads Up [$0.99] has been a huge success, and I don't think I've stood in a line recently and haven't seen one family or another play this word game. It's still in the top 5 games on the App Store and has been there since forever. Add to that all the celebrities that Ellen has
About a year ago, I wrote about the upcoming Durango, a gorgeous looking MMORPG all about contemporary people traveling back to the time of the dinosaurs. The game looked fantastic, but it had been a while since we last heard anything about it, so I wasn't sure about its future. Well, it looks like the
In a sign of the times, Tilting Point has established a $12 million fund exclusively to help mobile game developers pay to scale up their user acquisition for games that are doing well....
When Hearthstone's [Free] Whispers of the Old Gods expansion released, we got quite a few quests with Whispers packs as rewards. Now that the Gadgetzan patch has dropped ahead of the expansion release on Thursday, many have been digging into the notes to see what goodies we are getting this time around. As HearthPwn has
BorderLeap, fine purveyor of stylish minimalist puzzle games and "headphones recommended" splash screens, has a new puzzler in the works, set to release by the end of the year. Minimize is a block-sliding puzzle, where you slide all blocks in a single direction, and any blocks of the same color that wind up in contact
World of Tanks: Blitz [Free] has recently become available for the PC as well, so it's no surprise that the latest 3.4 update is a big one. First of all, the update adds a whole new branch of American tanks from Tier II to the Tier X T57 Heavy Tank. It's been a while since
Don’t Grind is a surprising, derpy little one touch game with fun hand-drawn graphics. The goal is simple -- get the high score without being chopped to bits. That can be tough when you’re not used to the game, and that’s compounded by the fact that the game doesn’t really give you much direction to start with. Use this beginner’s guide to get started. [Read more]