Play to win real money in this bizarre take on a snake game. The post Seconds to Live Review appeared first on 148Apps.
"Peggle Blast offers the player to buy extra moves instead of giving up when they are about to lose a level. But the presentation of this feature uses a trope I find annoying and disrespectful as a player."...
2014 was...something. But it was more than just groups of people at each others' throats over their opinions on video games....
So here we are with another hidden object game that wasn’t released by one of the “big players”. In fact, The House On Usher looks to be the first iOS outing for Red Aphid Games. Turns out it’s actually a pretty fun game. As sadly seems to be the case with most hidden object games … Read more
This is a bit of a weird podcast, as we recorded it super late in the day after being busy with all the subsequent drama of the week. So, that's mostly what the podcast is about. All the junk surrounding Papers, Please, Jared's new obsession with Marvel Contest of Champions, the odd premise of Highrise
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
Have I mentioned how much I love the Bean games? Both Bean's Quest and Bean Dreams have knocked my socks off. Oh, and Dragon Quest 3 is awesome too, particularly if you're into older RPG's. We didn't post many reviews this week, but we've got a huge backlog of stuff we've yet to post, so
Last Friday, we had something of a new situation for the TouchArcade forums. TouchTen Games, the developer behind the upcoming Target Acquired, made the game's composer, Manami Matsumae, available for a brief "Ask Me Anything" in the game's thread. Matsumae's name may not be well-known, but her work most certainly is. She was the composer
Here's the conundrum: Hearthstone's [Free (HD)] "Goblins vs. Gnomes" expansion has got you all in a tizzy, buying booster packs is already hard enough, and you're probably missing cards from both the "Classic" and newly-released set. Free-to-play, uh, players aren't likely to be flush with gold or Arcane Dust, so getting the most out of
Stone Age: The Board Game, by Campfire Creations, was released two years ago today. To celebrate, they’re putting the game on sale for one week only. In Stone Age you can play solo, against AI, or against your friends in a challenge to see who can be the best leader of their tribe. Show More Summary
A new update has arrived for RedLynx‘s Trials Frontier, adding a PvP mode that allows players to directly compete against each other. PvP races in-game are organized by the mysterious Zudina, who has appeared from her underground bunker to set up month-long showdowns over three tracks that don’t allow for restarts. Show More Summary
"Being cognizant of your game's goals and understanding your game's audience and their goals, providing different types of leaderboards can create incredibly strong impulses to play."...
eBay has released an updated version of their online auction app, eBay for iPad. Now you can browse through curated channels to find things like Deals, Fashion, Electronics, and Collectibles. They’ve also made it easier to find items with the new View item refresh and have moved sellers’ products to the forefront of their profiles. Show More Summary
If you listen to our podcast, we often get on ramble-y vaguely off topic tangents surrounding reminiscing about great iOS games which have been totally broken by iOS updates over the years. There's a lot of games like that, but Helsing's Fire [$0.99 / Free / $2.99 (HD)] is consistently on the top of any
Strap on your unitard for the upcoming WWE Immortals. The post WWE and Warner Bros. Interactiv?e Entertainm?ent Team Up for WWE Immortals appeared first on 148Apps.
In record time, the controversy of the Papers, Please [$5.99 (HD)] nudity appears to be coming to a close. If you haven't been following the saga, which has entirely transpired over the last six hours or so, Papers, Please was released earlier this morning without the nudity found in the PC/Mac/Linux version of the game.
First-person shooters tend to check off at least one of three boxes: zombies, military, sci-fi. Some games check off all three. So the upcoming FPS Respite looks particularly intriguing because it's promising to be none of those. It's a fantasy-styled FPS that's coming to iOS devices. You will play as a dwarf, using a crossbow,
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Disco Sue of NimbleBit‘s Disco Zoo, but now they bring us news of a new update for the game. Headlining the update is further expansion to the zoo, along with a new region and new creatures. A...Show More Summary
Nudity, or lack thereof, on the App Store has once again become the topic of debate following the release of the indie game iPad port Papers, Please [$5.99 (HD)]. It seems like there's two things that universally generate loads of clicks across the internet: Apple hate and censorship. So, when you combine those two things
If you’re looking for something for the heavy iOS users on your list to make their trips easier, help out at the office, or even just keep their iPad running for a few more hours, check out our list for some ideas. The post 148Apps 2014 Holiday Shopping Guide for Power Users appeared first on 148Apps.