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'Crossy Road' Developers' New Game 'Shooty Skies' Out Now

Here's a little surprise for you: Shooty Skies [Free], a new game from two-thirds of the crew that created Crossy Road [Free], is out now. Developed by Matt Hall and Andy Sum of Hipster Whale, along with a couple other long-time Australian game development veterans in Ben Britten and Matt Ditton, this is an arcade-y

Classic Reload - 'Space Miner: Platinum Edition'

Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to another special Classic Reload, a semi-random feature where we take a look at a classic game from the App Store's past. Yes, it's been a couple of months since the last one, and I do apologize for that, but I hope to get on at least a monthly schedule

Time to Get Growing in 'Junk Jack X' as Latest Update Adds Extensive Gardening System

It seems like I'm running out of clever introductions to stories like this that convey just how much support and extra content gets added to Junk Jack X [$4.99] on an ongoing basis. So I'm just going to be boring with it: Junk Jack X continues to get a staggering amount of support and new

Can 'Puzzle and Dragons' Become Huge in the West, Starting with a TV Ad Campaign?

GungHo's Puzzle and Dragons [Free] has been an absurd success, with it being the #3 top grossing game in App Store history, according to App Annie. This is despite the game being "only" #98 in the top grossing apps on iPhone in the US. To wit, the game has been massive in Asian territories. But

Chromecast levels up as a game-streaming device

Google released an updated version of its HDMI wireless TV streaming device, Chromecast, today -- and it'll be a smarter partner for mobile games....

PC Gaming is Steadily Sliding Toward Irrelevance With Mobile Gaming Taking Over

If you consider yourself an avid PC gamer, let me head you off at the pass before you think I'm either attacking you or gloating about PC gaming's rather dim future. While I write about mobile games, I've also been playing PC games since the mid-80s. Before I got my iPad and my iPhone, my gaming was 90%

We're Streaming iOS Games Live on Mobcrush [Preview The Balloons and Mos Speedrun 2]

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

What the Heck is Up with 'Land Sliders' and These Weird Coordinates?

Last week saw the arrival of Land Sliders [Free], the debut game from Prettygreat. It's one of my favorite new games to come along in some time, and we even picked it as our Game of the Week. Land Sliders is a fun high-scoring game that uses a unique land-sliding mechanic, but beyond actually playing

Find clothing that fits your body size with Linkqlo

Posted by Linkqlo Inc. Linkqlo (Free) iTunes Category: Lifestyle | Compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch Linkqlo website: Linkqlo’s mission is to discover style and fit for every size for everyone. We aim to tackle an issue that many people face – finding clothing that fits our body size. It is hard to find […]

Here's a Nice 'Minecraft: Story Mode' Gameplay Video For You

If you are a Minecraft: Pocket Edition fan, a Telltale Games fan, or a Telltale Games fan who plays Minecraft in between surviving the zombie apocalypse, then you are probably anxiously awaiting the upcoming Minecraft: Story Mode, Telltale's episodic treatment of the Minecraft Universe that's coming out October 15th. In case you don't know anything

'Heroes Reborn: Enigma' Brings the 'Heroes' Universe To Your Devices Next Week

Let's get something out the way first: the first season of the TV show Heroes was great TV, especially for when it was made. Still, we can all agree that Hiro Nakamura should have jumped back in time and stopped the show before we got the rest of the seasons. Now, Heroes Reborn is attempting

'Raceline CC' Review - A Simple But Very Well-Made Motorbike Racing Game

Some games do ten things relatively well in an attempt to grab as big an audience as they can; a CCG fighting game with roleplay elements is not unheard of on the App Store. This trend has definitely seen an uptick recently as developers either dip a toe in every possible pool in sight or

Whales do not swim in the desert

Ramin Shokrizade on mistaken free-to-play business models: "Trying to drag a whale into the desert to make them spend is an approach with a 99% failure rate."...

3D Touch could be a game-changer, but it’s not there yet

Were you one of the lucky/financially secure enough ones to buy a new iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus over the weekend? Yup, me too (I’m not convinced I was either of those two things, but let’s go with lucky for now), so I thought I’d delve into just what’s going to wow us about this upgrade. Show More Summary

Out Now: The Sequence

The Sequence is a unique puzzle game. Build a sequence using special modules to transfer binary cell. Find solutions to solve more than 50 levels with simple and complex structure. The post Out Now: The Sequence appeared first on Slide to Play. More about [the Sequence] » The post Out Now: The Sequence is from Slide To Play.

Lying through your teeth, and other great ways to fix your tutorial

"The game requires interacting with this slider to start, ensuring players know it exists... Once the game actually starts, they can slide their finger anywhere on the left side of the screen."...

'Magic Flute by Mozart' Review - One Time At Bandcamp

I first heard about Mozart's opera The Magic Flute when I was a music major in college. I remember thinking the title was sort of ridiculous, and the plot seemed equally silly. Something about a guy and his bird buddy meeting some witches or something and then rescuing a princess somewhere. And, of course, there's

16 months on, Wizards of the Coast settles Hex: Shards of Fate lawsuit

Board and card game company Wizards of the Coast has finally resolved the lawsuit it filed against Cryptozoic Entertainment and Hex Entertainment back in May 2014....

'Cavernaut' Review - The Eagle Has Landed

I had several moments while playing EinheitB's Cavernaut [$1.99] where I thought to myself, "This is exactly why I love mobile." It's a game that's probably not going to change the world, but that's okay. It's just a great, tight little experience that could really only exist on this platform. In Cavernaut you play as

'Starseed: Origin' Review: Old School Cool

Starseed: Origin [$1.99] is not a game you play for an original concept or to casually tap with half your attention elsewhere. Starseed is a game you play until it gets too hard and too fast and you blow up and die. Crescent Games' recent release is a throw back bullet hell style space shooter

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