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Cobe The Gallery - Peaceful Color Changing Art Puzzle is the Setting for Cobe the Gallery

Cobe The Gallery is a very thoughtful and peaceful puzzle game. In this blocky art puzzle game colors must be changed all to a single color within a certain number of moves. This is done by rolling over color blocks onto other colors. Show More Summary

Skylanders SuperChargers - Skylanders Again Brings Their Whole Console Game to iOS, and this time Apple TV in Skylanders SuperChargers

Activision has once again brought their entire console game for a Skylanders franchise title to iOS and now the new Apple TV. In this edition, evil has taken over and Skylanders must fight via land, sea, and air using an nearly endless list of unique and modifiable vehicles. Show More Summary

Blue Defense: Second Wave! - Flashback Game – Blue Defense: Second Wave

Every once in a while I want to take a look back at an older game that many new players may have never heard of. Let’s take a look at Blue Defense: Second Wave. Blue Defense: Second Wave was released in September, 2010 and is the follow-up to Blue Defense, also from Cat in a Box Games. Show More Summary

Templar Battleforce RPG Full Game HD - Templar Battleforce is a Battleforce To Be Reckoned With – Touch Arcade

Touch Arcade takes a long look at Templar Battleforce and loves it enough to give it 4.5/5 stars noting: Battleforce takes place in the same universe as, but it has its sights set on a different genre. Instead of dealing with groupsShow More Summary

Bigfoot Hunter: A Camera Adventure Game - Track Bigfoot and other wildlife as a photographer in Bigfoot Hunter

Bigfoot Hunter from R2 Games is a new photo hunt type game where the display of the phone is a window to wilderness. Lifting and turning the phone is used to target and frame photos of wildlife, different creatures will be assigned each level. Show More Summary

'Moto RKD Dash' Review - Motorcycle Gaming Comes Full Circle

Between Horizon Chase [$2.99] and Kalin Krastev’s Moto RKD Dash [$1.99], it seems there’s been a bit of a resurgence in retro racers lately on iOS. Which is totally fine by me, as one of my earliest gaming memories ever was playing Pole Position on my parents’ Atari. Dash apparently takes its inspiration from a

Almost Impossible! - Though it’s ‘Almost Impossible,’ it’s also a lot of fun

Almost Impossible from Daniel Counsell is a kind of “nice” impossible game. The bouncing ball looks so friendly, and the red spikes look so deadly. It almost makes you forget the seventeen thousand times you’ve died in the this game....Show More Summary

The Room Three - The Craftsman Has Left a Series of Puzzles in The Room 3 from Fireproof Games

The Room was a pleasant and unexpected surprise when it was first released. As was The Room 2. This third installment builds on the past games and brings the graphics up to an unbelievable level. In The Room 3 you are tasked with solving...Show More Summary

Slashy Hero - Slash Hero is a genre mash-up with candy, monsters, and costumes. Oh my.

Slashy Hero is a little bit maze game. A little but dungeon crawler. A little bit path drawing, hack and slash, costume collecting, and well, a whole lot more. The goal of the game is to traverse the rooms avoiding the bad guys and collecting the candy. Show More Summary

Beneath The Lighthouse - “Mobile gaming done with aplomb and intelligence” – Pocket Gamer on Beneath The Lighthouse

Pocket Gamer takes a look at Nitrome’s Beneath The Lighthouse and comes away loving it’s brutal gameplay, giving it a very strong 9/10. Why are you curled up in a corner crying and laughing? – Because Beneath the Lighthouse is a mean game. Show More Summary

Wheelie as a Dinosaur in 'Wheelie 2', the Sequel to 'Wheelie Legend' from the Developers of 'Wrassling'

Colin Lane and Folmer Kelly, the duo known for Wrassling [Free], Battle Golf [Free], and Wheelie Legend [Free], are back collaborating on another game, a sequel to the last game on that list: Wheelie 2. Releasing this week, the game makes the controversial decision to abandon pixel art. This is, my friends, an outrage. Regardless,

TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Lumino City'

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

Five Card Quest – Tactical RPG Battles - Gamezebo Recommends Rocketcat Games Five Card Quest

Gamezebo has a recommendation for Five Card Quest from Rocketcat Games: Rocketcat Games latest release is a roguelike dungeon crawl with turn-based, card-driven combat. The art is great, the battles are quick, and there’s just enough strategy to make you really think out each card. Show More Summary

Octodad: Dadliest Catch - Loving Father, Caring Husband, Secret Octopus, and Ridiculous Game, Octodad is Out Now

So here you are, a normal everyday kinda person, just doing ordinary everyday kinda things. Trying to go about your life when people keep looking at you accusingly. It’s almost like they have never seen an octopus dressed up as a human...Show More Summary

Lumino City - A beautiful hand build world is the setting for Lumino City

The App Store has seen it’s fair share of beautiful games this month, just read further below to see a whole bunch of them. But nothing quite compares to this one. The BAFTA award winning Lumino City comes to iOS from State of Play, and it’s amazing. Lumino city is a very well done point and click / puzzle game. Show More Summary

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise - Secret Agent — Outsmarted Again! Agent A, a point and click puzzler is out now.

Playing as spy Agent A on the trail of Ruby La Rouge, you’ve tracked her to a secret lair. In this gorgeously illustrated adventure, you progress through the lair, solve puzzles, find hidden objects, and explore for secrets. It’s all done with a well thought out touch exploration system. Show More Summary

Future Sense - In the future you are your self or what you used to be. I dunno. Future Sense is a time confused but awesome puzzle game.

Future Sense has a very odd story, some hack writing that sounds like a bad sci-fi mystery novel, and some graphics that aren’t quite up to modern device. But it is also a pretty cool puzzle game where time is used as an instrument to solve the puzzles. Show More Summary

Oceanhorn - Oceanhorn updated for iOS 9, looks even better than before. (was: Oceanhorn Review)

(editor note: Oceanhorn has recently been updated to take advantage of the latest graphics and speed improvements in iOS 9 and the iPhone 6s. Developers FDG have impressed us not only with the game, but their support of iOS and the updates with just about every iOS update. Show More Summary

Mobile Gaming at IndieCade 2015: 'Overland', 'Puzzlets', 'Smooth Operator' and More

While out in Los Angeles previewing an upcoming game, I found myself with some time to checkout IndieCade, the long-running indie game festival that takes place in Culver City, CA. It's a curious operation, as they basically just take over a side road with tents set up with games. It's not an entirely indie affair

Afterpulse - Killer FPS Afterpulse Released on iOS – equal parts amazing and annoying at the same time.

Afterpulse has been in soft launch for a while now and I’ve been tracking it. It’s a really impressive first person shooter but it’s not without it’s annoyances. First let’s get this out of the way. The first person shooter gameplay is some of the best and most impressive ever seen on a mobile platform. Show More Summary

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