In the world of esports, few things are as fascinating to me as The Overwatch League. I'm pretty big into the competitive League of Legends scene, but it's always been a little weird to me how team allegiances are formed. In the "real" sports world, chances are you just prefer your local sports teams. When
Hello everyone and welcome to another Touchstone Tavern, our roundup of the best Hearthstone [Free] stories and videos of the past week. The Hearthstone world has been on the quiet side given the holidays, but there are still interesting stories about the best and most interesting decks you could be playing right now. As you'll
The legendary beat 'em up series Double Dragon is no stranger to the App Store. DotEmu brought us the entire trilogy of arcade games back in late 2013 with the appropriately titled and quite good Double Dragon Trilogy [$2.99], and way back in early 2011 developer Brizo Interactive released an enhanced remake of the original
2017 was a pretty outstanding year for mobile games, and one we won't soon forget. While you might still be working through your back log of positively brilliant games from the past year, we're still excited to see what the next year has in store. Show More Summary
This week's longform article/video highlights include why Warframe is a (somewhat more) ethical approach to free-to-play, bringing Arizona Sunshine to PlayStation VR, and lots more....
It's always hard returning to the daily grind after the holiday break, so it's best to take things a bit slowly. Turns out the mobile gaming world is getting off to a lazy start, too, but we still have three excellent games to feature. Let's get the weekend started off right. [Read more]
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
While it's a little annoying that North America is so far behind the curve on Arena of Valor [Free] compared to Europe and Asia, the up-side of this is they can have a super fast-paced release cycle of new content that is already available in other regions. We're seeing one new hero released every week,
Luca Redwood of EightyEight Games fame, maker of the phenomenal 10000000 [$2.99] and its follow-up You Must Build A Boat [$2.99], revealed his newest project called Photographs back in February of last year with an extremely vague teaser video. All we really knew about the new game at that time was that it was a
Jared and I have been spending the week down in the arctic tundra of Atlanta to attend the Hi-Rez Expo. It's an annual celebration of all the games made by Hi-Rez Studios, and it kicked off with a keynote where they announced a new mobile title: Bot Smashers. Details were vague at the time, but
After releasing the excellent behind the back hovercrafting game Power Hover [$4.99] back in December of 2015 (has it really been that long already?) developer Oddrok spent all of 2016 adding new content to the game before releasing two new games last year: Drop Not! [Free] in April and the excellent Power Hover spinoff Power
Recently released on Google Play and the App Store, Jockey Viva Go is Gamecyber’s new horse racing simulator that boasts multiple ways to train, race, and breed your own prized champion animal. Offering everyone the satisfaction of managing...Show More Summary
Google joined as an investor during a recent Series D funding round, which brought Chushou's total lifetime funding to $120 million....
As you'd imagine, the festive period is usually pretty lucrative for Apple's mobile marketplace, but this year was a particular standout....
Sometimes all you really need is a bit of quick shooting action. Beyond Helios [$0.99] aims to fill that need in a game that feels like an homage to classic arcade shooters like Sinistar. Minus Sinistar itself, of course. No one can imitate that guy. You'll hop in your ship of choice and fly around
Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to yet another special edition of the RPG Reload. As we usually do at the end of each year, we're doing something a little different this week. That's right, it's time for the fourth annual listing of the RPG Reload's favorite RPGs of the year. Since I'm not clever enough
Picking up from yesterday's Arena of Valor [Free] guide series, in this entry I'll be focusing on the Arcana system and how to spend your in-game gold. If you missed the previous guides the best place to start is at the beginning with the basics of MOBAs, but below I include the full table of
Death Road to Canada [$11.99] was our favorite game last year, and one of the big reasons we gave it our Game of the Year award was that aside from being an all-around great game, the update cycle Rocketcat Games and Madgarden have been on is just nuts. It seems like multiple times last year
Back at the beginning of December, we posted that indie developer Andy Wallace was contemplating an update for his space non-shooter Particle Mace [$2.99] that would bring it up to current 64-bit standards and make it playable on iOS 11. In that same post I also gushed pretty hard about just how much I loved
The Pathfinder brand is huge in the world of tabletop RPGs, being a spinoff and extension of Dungeons & Dragons, and they've extended into the digital world with the Pathfinder Adventures [Free] mobile game, which was a digital adaptation of the physical tabletop game Pathfinder Adventure Card Game. We enjoyed Pathfinder Adventures very much when