For whatever reason the first few seconds of this podcast got clipped off when I was recording, so, you'll just have to use your imagination to fill in the blanks of the normal podcast intro. With some new games finally being released, we've got way more to talk about than what's happened over the last
In late 2008, developer Krin Juangbhanich release a Flash RPG on the Armor Games website called Sonny. It had you playing as the titular character as he awakened to find he had no memories and the world around him was filled evil beasts and despair. Oh, and one other thing… Sonny is a zombie! Sonny
Developer Astrograde Lab had planned on releasing their new puzzle adventure game this past Wednesday night alongside all of the other new releases of the week and didn't quite make it in time, but as of this morning their game Shards of Memories [$1.99] finally worked its way through Apple approval and arrived on the
We've posted about it a few times now, but today is sort of a slow news day as the new year spools up and everyone gets back in the habit of releasing new games, so it feels worth reminding everyone once again: Take ten minutes out of your day to submit your game to the
Another interesting tidbit from our forums this morning is the announcement of Legend of Abhimanyu from the India-based studio ACY Entertainment. The game tells the story of the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata which I don't know much about, but according to Wikipedia, it seems like a pretty cool setting for a game: The Mahabharata is an
We've posted a ton about Johnny Two Shoes' upcoming open universe game Prevail in the past. The latest story came from early November where the developers were only a few bug fixes away from submitting the game to Apple. Well, it'd seem those few bug fixes took more time than expected, which isn't super surprising
Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the latest addition to the growing RPG Reload family, the RPG Reload Play-Along. Each month, we'll be playing an iOS RPG together, sharing laughs and tears in equal measures. The post on the front page (like this one!) is basically here to announce the game in question and give
The release of the 6 Mega Man [$1.99] games on mobile this morning made us ask one pertinent question, to quote the late, great Vince Lombardi: "What the hell's going on out here?" Ars Technica talked about the badness of the ports, and a commenter stepped forward to claim that they worked on Mega Man
There are two PC games that everybody has been getting on about as to their potential iOS release: The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth and Death Road to Canada. Isaac is a whole other animal, but at least Rocketcat Games is putting the hammer down and finishing up Death Road to Canada for iOS. Kepa Auwae
We've been posting about Awesome Games Done Quick whenever they do one of their events, not because it has anything to do with mobile gaming, but because they're a super cool organization that puts on an incredible speed run marathon on Twitch to benefit charity that every gamer should know about. If you've never heard
Earlier this week we showed you the first teaser trailer for the new game from Fixpoint Productions, creators of some great games that start with the letter P including Piloteer [$2.99], Pivvot [$2.99], and Polymer [$2.99 / Free]. Well, it lagged a bit behind our normal weekly new games post, but that game, called Remedy
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The SteelSeries Stratus came out ages ago (our review is from 2014) but there really hasn't been anything else like it that has been released in the MFi controller world. There's a bunch of options for larger-sized controllers (I think the best "full" sized MFi controller is the SteelSeries Nimbus) but as far as pint-sized
Out Run really was ahead of its time. Released over 30 years ago, Yu Suzuki tapped into the racing market like never before, with a sit-down car-like arcade cabinet and an exploration-based concept. In Out Run the objective wasn't to really "finish first" despite the time limit mechanic. It was all about the journey, providing
A couple of days ago, we talked about how Ben Brode, Hearthstone's [Free] Game Director, went on reddit to describe the steps being taken to enable the team to maintain a better communication with players in the near future. Today, Brode decided to wade into a reddit discussion about the problems of the new player experience. The discussion was specifically about
We had a rough idea when Nintendo would be talking about the Nintendo Switch, but the specifc time of a consumer-facing presentation is now known to us. A Treehouse Live talking about the upcoming portable-console hybrid will be happening on January 13th, at 9:30 AM EST. You'll be able to watch the presentation on both
In 2016, the first week of the year saw Clash Royale [Free] hit mobile in soft launch, setting the pace for what the rest of the year would bring. 2017 has seen yet another landmark release that has caused a seismic shift in the mobile gaming landscape. That game...is Vape Master [Free]. Subscribe to the
It's a tough road for non-universal apps these days, particularly those that are restricted to iPad users. Sometimes it's hard to avoid, especially if the game in question has a lot of small UI elements, but I've always felt that the excellent strategy RPG Crowntakers [$3.99] could work on an iPhone with some adjustments. Moreover,