An interesting new game based on the Adventure Time license has just released today on the App Store. Adventure Time Game Wizard [$4.99] is a licensed take and expansion on Pixel Press Floors [Free], a game which allowed you to create your own platformer levels by sketching out levels. Originally revealed at PAX Prime 2014,
From a Western point of view, it's easy to forget the fact that the mobile gaming market's most successful territories are in Asia, something that informs the behavior of many developers from the region. Just as base- and city-building games sit at the top of the Western top grossing chart, social RPGs are the chief
Everybody loves dungeon crawlers, but it's the type of genre that's so old that sometimes it needs some spicing up. We've seen all sorts of different takes on the dungeon crawler over the years, but there's one genre mashup that I've never seen before: Chess. That's where Chesslike: Adventures in Chess comes in. It's a
Play this one in the dark. I dare ya. The post Mental Hospital III Review appeared first on 148Apps.
There's a new gravity-based action-puzzler heading to mobile called AGRAV from German developer null2, and the trailer has really caught my eye. The game is all about guiding a spaceship through some precarious and hazardous situations, but you won't control the ship directly. Instead, you'll touch the screen around the ship to create black holes
The control issues are annoying but Adventure Time Game Wizard offers plenty of charm, along with a way to make your own levels. The post Adventure Time Game Wizard Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Gunslugs 2 is a chaotic run and gun shooter with all the subtlety of a brick coming through a window. The post Gunslugs 2 Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Polls are open until the end of January. The post Nominate Your Favorite iOS and Android Games for the 7th Annual Best App Ever Awards appeared first on 148Apps.
Combo Quest [$0.99] is a game that infuriates me and tantalizes me simultaneously. Its concept is pretty clever and fun to play with, walking a constant tightrope act to where you have to not screw up in order to succeed against increasingly-steep odds. But the balance of the game's elements feels out of whack, which
"You realize that you don't deserve to be here. You do not belong. You see amazing, talented people with more experience and talent, and you know you aren't qualified to work in their industry."...
In January of 2012, Crescent Moon Games released Paper Monsters [$0.99], a charming platformer that starred a blocky, cardboard hero. We liked it quite a bit. Fast forward a couple of years and a revamped version of the game called Paper Monsters Recut was released for Steam and Wii U last October, and now that
Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It's time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. It's a little bit slower this week, but there are still some cool updates to call attention to. Of course, you can keep an eye out for updates yourself using AppShopper
Tesla Wars strikes back in this similar but superior sequel. The post Tesla Wars II appeared first on 148Apps.
Starband Troopers gives RPGs a fresh new rhythm. The post Starband Troopers Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Darkness Reborn gets January update. The post GAMEVIL Updates Darkness Reborn with Item Evolution, an Expert Mode, and More appeared first on 148Apps.
It's all about the silhouettes. The post Shadowmatic Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Some data from a recent Game Developers Conference State of the Industry survey has got me thinking about trends in self-publishing....
We kick this podcast off with the relevant news in portable gaming which includes Wednesday's Nintendo Direct announcement of the New 3DS XL coming to the USA next month. We're all sort of bummed as we wanted the normal sized New 3DS XL, but, what Reggie says goes... From there, we talk about the cool
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
Our game of the week picks aren't always the games that receive the best scores in reviews, but that's not the case this week. Everyone is all about Hero Emblems, and I've even gotten over my few minor grievances I mentioned last week during our podcast. If you don't have this game yet, what the