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. I'm feeling like Mr. Crabby Tree today, and that's partly because there aren't very many updates for me to show you. I think I've got some good ones, but I'll leave
Android distribution LineageOS has released figures from its first full month of installs and added builds for more models, including some Samsung Galaxy devices.
This week's Video Game Deep Cuts include everything from A Night In The Woods' cartoon realism to a history of Loom, and much more....
At long last, Niantic Labs finally unleashed the Generation 2 Pokémon into the wild. Pokémon GO trainers are scrambling to grab up this new set of 80 Pokémon. There are some special new tricks required to catch all of these new beasties, though. Show More Summary
It feels as though the New Year got off to a creaking start as far as mobile games go, but that's changed over the past few weeks. The last few days alone have seen the debut of a number of wonderful games, so we thought we'd take the time to highlight some of the best we've played. Let's take a look, shall we? [Read more]
We kick off this week's podcast talking about all the plans for the next few weeks including Train Jam, GDC, WWDC, E3, and how we hope we can make it to PAX this year. From there, we shift gears to talking about games, covering two soft launched titles, Robot Unicorn Attack 3 and Injustice 2.
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
Ready to fight for the future of the galaxy? The upcoming InterPlanet, currently in soft-launch, puts you in the middle of a huge intergalactic war, and you'll have to either side with the Human or Anxo races and battle for survival and conquest. This 3D action-adventure strategy game is all about forming fleets of warships, gaining
This story is more about the possibilities than the present reality, but when Bethesda is involved, the possibilities are intriguing. Todd Howard, Bethesda Game Studios' Director, talked recently about the huge success of Fallout Shelter [Free], a success that caught them by surprise and became the impetus for more mobile games coming down the pipeline.
Nitrome has been known for two-dimensional games with some of the finest pixel art in mobile gaming. But what if they made something...in 3D? Blasphemy, you say! Untenable! Well, Nitrome's showing that everything in 2017 is getting turned upside down, as they've revealed Flat Pack. Now, it's not too far off from their typical output,
Prettygreat continues to tinker with the upcoming online driving combat game Crash Club, and now the developers are looking to take in hundreds more beta testers to really start testing the game's features. Crash Club has already run a small beta test, all the while making pretty big changes to the game. Those changes have
World of Tanks: Blitz [Free] has a ton of tanks you can play with, but the upcoming 3.6 update is about to give us more choices. We are finally getting a French tech tree with ten brand new tanks. Some of the tanks will be very fun to play with, especially the ones after tier
The sandbox crafting game Craft the World - Pocket Edition [$4.99] has been around for a couple of years now, but it's been a while since it saw an update. Today, the developers decided to remedy that by releasing an update that fixes quite a few things, adds plenty of other little features, and also
Last November Mi-Clos and Goblinz Studio announced their collaboration to bring the humorous dungeon crawler Dungeon Rushers from Steam over to mobile, and in December they began recruiting beta testers for said mobile version. Then at the beginning of this month they announced that Dungeon Rushers on mobile would be arriving on the App Store
Draknek, makers of the positively delightful little puzzler A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build [$4.99], have finally announced a release date for their train-route-planning-in-space game Cosmic Express, which we first talked about back in August of last year. The game will be coming on March 16th to iOS, Android, and Steam. In case you
We're still waiting for the worm grappling hook fun of Chicken Wiggle, but in the meantime Atooi Games has another mobile game in the works starring Max from the excellent depth-diving platformer Mutant Mudds [$4.99]. You may remember Atooi releasing the Q-Bert-like Totes the Goat [Free] back in December of 2015 (has it really been
White Wolf, the publisher behind the famed series Vampire: The Masquerade, has entered the genre of interactive fiction, releasing two new titles at once. The first is Vampire The Masquerade: We Eat Blood [$4.99]. With a story written and illustrated by Sarah Horrocks and Zak Sabbath (not to be confused with Zakk Sabbath, the Black
One title missing from this week's out now post was Soul Knight [Free], a top-down rougelike shooter that we covered recently. Well, some last-minute approval issues kept the game from releasing on time, and it was expected to be delayed on iOS by a week. The good news is that the approval issues were resolved
When Subset Games announced Into the Breach last week, they also set FTL [$2.99 (HD)] on sale to celebrate the weekend of the 10th-12th. Well, for whatever reason, the sale ended a bit earlier on iPad than expected. If you were looking to get FTL at $2.99 – its cheapest price yet on mobile –
If you've been waiting for match-3 puzzler Chief Puzzle Officer to hit iOS, then good news: the game has a release date – for real, it's locked in and everything – for February 22nd. Some launch bugs, approval issues with the way premium currency was delivered to players, and general new developer mistakes got in