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The Lego Movie Video Game is On Sale for $0.99

Everything is awesome, so why not save a few bucks and grab The Lego Movie Video Game for $0.99 rather than its usual $4.99? If you like Lego games (which is to say, “if you like fun”) you might as well grab it while it’s cheap. TheShow More Summary

Out Now: Red Game Without a Great Name

iFun4All has released the horribly named great game ‘Red Game Without a Great Name’ on the App Store today. The mechanical bird is flying through an unfriendly, Steampunk world. Help it avoid obstacles and deadly traps using its teleportation ability while picking up power-ups. Show More Summary

Bethesda Can’t Make Any More Pip-Boy Collector’s Editions

The Pip-Boy, a plastic accessory that turns your smartphone into a second screen for Fallout 4, has been very hard to come by. According to Bethesda’s VP of Marketing, Pete Hines, the company simply can’t make any more of the accessory. Show More Summary

Hitman: Sniper Video Review – Might as Well Hit It

PC Magazine’s video review of Hitman: Sniper describes the game as a good side-distraction for Hitman fans. The post Hitman: Sniper Video Review – Might as Well Hit It appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Hitman: Sniper » The post Hitman: Sniper Video Review – Might as Well Hit It is from Slide To Play via PC Magazine.

Worms3 by Team17 Software Ltd is now free!

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Gravity Blocks X – The Last Rotation by Max Gittel is now free!

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Turn-Based Strategy Board Game 'Warhammer: Arcane Magic' Now Available

The parade of licensed Warhammer games continues unabated with the release of Warhammer: Arcane Magic [$9.99] from Turbo Tape Games, which arrived earlier today ahead of the normal weekly new game release schedule. Hey, gotta get out ahead of that whole Angry Birds 2 thing, eh? If you missed this when it was first announced

Classic Reload - 'Spider: The Secret Of Bryce Manor'

Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the first edition of the Classic Reload, a semi-random feature where we take a look at classic games from the App Store's past. Yes, it's a spin-off of the RPG Reload, but let's hope this is more Laverne & Shirley than Joanie Loves Chachi. Anyway, the idea here is

'DUAL' Gets Soccer-Inspired 'Deflect' Update This Week

Sebastian Gosztyla's DUAL [Free] is a fun multi-device local multiplayer game where two people square off with their devices facing each other and either blast away at each other in competitive play or work together to destroy AI eneies in a cooperative mode. Now, the game is getting its first big update this week with

Roguelike and Dungeon Defense Hybrid 'Dungeon of the Endless' is Coming to iPad

Amplitude Studios has announced that they are bringing their game Dungeon of the Endless, a roguelike-inspired, quasi-turn-based, game of dungeon crawling and defense, to iPad this summer. The game's been available on desktop for a while now, and Amplitude has decided to adapt it to mobile, with special touch controls, and both the "Deep Freeze"

'Battlestation: Harbinger' is a Spaceship Fleet Roguelike Coming in August

BugByte Games are hard at work on a space combat franchise called Battlestation, with the first game called Battlestation: First Contact [Free] that's been on the App Store for a few months now, and is a pretty cool space station building and defense game. While they gear up for a big desktop entry in the

Frantic Dual-Stick Shooter 'Trigonarium' Gets "Final" Ultimate Update with New Levels

Kimmo Lahtinen's Trigonarium [$1.99] is possibly my second-favorite dual-stick shooter this year, ahead of Xenowerk [$1.99] just in terms of this being more of a pick-up-and-play-friendly high score game, and behind Geometry Wars 3 [$4.99], because it's Geometry Wars. It's like being the second-most beautiful person on Earth. Anyway, I mention Trigonarium because the game

'Impulse GP' Review - Crotch Rocket

Do you remember what you were doing three and a half years ago? I do. I was posting a thread on the TA forums cursing the gods for not giving us a halfway decent WipEout-like on iOS. It got no replies, probably because it wasn’t that big of a problem in the grand scheme of

'Pac-Man Championship Edition DX' Review - If It Ain't Broke, Make it Faster and Add Bombs

Screwing up Pac-Man Championship Edition DX [$4.99] on mobile seemed like it would be difficult. All Namco would have to do is to basically port the game over, maybe make some tweaks to help it work better on mobile with touch controls, as the ludicrous speed of the console and PC version might not work

'To-Fu Fury' Review - Soy Milk Ninja

There's been a resurgence of games featuring tofu in the past year or so, but not all of them are necessarily worth checking out. Naturally, I gravitated towards a recent release called To-Fu Fury [$1.99], featuring piece of ninja tofu. I mean, when have ninjas ever let me down, right? While you won't be running

'' Review - The Amoeba Boys (and Girls)

It's really tough to describe a game like [Free]. It hearkens back to the old age of computing, back when Prodigy and CompuServe allowed users access to games at the cost of an hourly rate. There's something soothing about the experience, and since it's free and gets right into the action in seconds, you

'Red Game Without a Great Name' Hits the App Store

What happens when you apparently dump all of your creativity into a game and leave nothing left over for the actual title of said video game? It'd seem the answer is the aptly named Red Game Without a Great Name [$2.99] which hit the App Store last night. It is really red, and that name

Strange Flavour Ditching Their "Play Nice" IAP System, Returning to Paid Games

As free to play has become more and more of a thing on the App Store, developers from all over the world have been trying to figure out how to crack the nut of making IAP systems that feel "fair," while still making enough money to continue making games. For Strange Flavour, this meant implementing

This Week at 148Apps: July 20-24, 2015

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July is Heating Up With 148Apps How do you know what apps are worth your time and money? Just look to the review team at 148Apps. We sort through the chaos and find the apps you're looking for. The ones we love become Editor’s Choice, standing out above the many good apps and games with something just a little bit more to offer. Show More Summary

Photo Mapo – Add a map to your photo by Ripe Bytes LLC is now free!

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