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GDC 2015: Toast's 'Guardian Stone' Lets Cherubs and Succubi Fight Side-by-Side

NHN Entertainment's Toast brand is releasing a new free-to-play RPG, entitled Guardian Stone. In this game, you command your hero and a team of guardians in battle, fighting enemy encounters, leveling up your guardians, collecting and crafting new loot, and trying to make your way through the world. Guardians have different rarities, and come in

GDC 2015: 11 bit Studios' 'This War of Mine' iPad Version in Development

11 bit Studios last year announced This War of Mine, an interesting game where you play as civilians in the middle of a war, scrounging for supplies and trying to survive until the war ends. The game came out on PC last year to critical acclaim, but now the tablet version is finally making its

GDC 2015: 'Smooth Operator' is the Multiplayer Tongue-Kissing Simulator You Always Wanted

One of the goofier games I've gottent o play this year at GDC has been Smooth Operator, a multiplayer tongue-kissing simulator from Portland-based Beardo Games. While the game is still in the works and being expanded, the current version the devs were showing off was itself expanded from a recent Ludum Dare game jam entry

GDC 2015: Uber-Stylish Transit Simulator 'Mini Metro' is Coming to iPad

PC game Mini Metro is making its way to iOS, and after a hands-on demo of the game, there's plenty of reason to be excited about this one. It is essentially a game about connecting transit lines in a number of levels loosely based off of real-world cities. New destinations keep popping up, and you

GDC 2015: 'Phenom-A-Ball', a Matching Game with Physics

The matching game genre is a tough nut to crack, and the people making those games are always trying to differentiate themselves from the pack. Vortex Games has a new matching game coming out called Phenom-A-Ball, and it hopes to set itself apart by adding physics to the objects you'll be matching. Balls fall in

GDC 2015: 'Aralon: Forge and Flame', the Epic Open-World RPG is Looking Better than Ever

It's crazy to think that it's been more than a year since Crescent Moon and Galoobeth Games announced Aralon: Forge and Flame, the follow-up to Aralon: Sword and Shadow [$4.99] the groundbreaking open-world RPG for mobile devices that originally launched in late 2010. Time flies, as they say, and Aralon: Forge and Flame has been

'Space Marshals' Chapter Two Update Now Available

We're busy little bees running around GDC meeting with developers and checking out cool games, but this is just a quick heads up that the latest update for Pixelbite's tactical dual-stick shooter Space Marshals [$4.99] is now available as a free update in the App Store. The update adds Chapter Two to the game, which

GDC 2015: 'Zombie Match Defense' Brings a Match-3 Element to 'Plants vs. Zombies', and it Totally Works

In a world where it's becoming increasingly difficult to make a match-3 game interesting in any way, every once in a while someone is still able to come along and do just that. In this particular case, that someone is Jake Sones from Shovelware Games and his upcoming game Zombie Match Defense. Oh I forgot,

GDC 2015: 'The Deer God' is a Unique Platformer with a Breathtaking Visual Style

One of the coolest-looking upcoming games from Crescent Moon is The Deer God, a randomly generated platformer with RPG elements and a killer pixel art style. You may remember us posting about it last November when it was part of an Android Humble Bundle that allowed you to get early access to the game… if

Incredibly Deep RPG 'Siralim' Has A Big Update Coming Soon

If you like your RPGs mechanically deep, extremely challenging, and don't mind if the visuals are a bit antiquated, Siralim [Free] is one of the best games you can get on the App Store. I liked it quite a bit when I reviewed it back at its launch last summer, and developer Thylacine Studios has

GDC 2015: Upcoming 'Fighter Physics' Sequel Wants to be the 'Mortal Kombat X' of Goofy Physics Games

Fighter Physics [Free], the game that made Soccer Physics [$1.99] significantly more violent, is getting a sequel that's aiming to be the Mortal Kombat X of voxel-based, goofy-physics fighting games. Tentatively titled Fighter Physics Legends, the meat of the new game will be an Epic Arena mode, where you can customize your fighters and deploy

GDC 2015: Disco Pixel’s ‘Jungle Rumble’ Set To Receive Updates

Earlier today we sat down with Disco Pixel, makers of the rhythm title Jungle Rumble: Freedom, Happiness and Bananas [$3.99]. Since its release in 2014, Jungle Rumble has seen enough success in various markets to warrant some significant updates, which were revealed to us at GDC. The first significant update, scheduled to hit at the end

GDC 2015: Open-World Space Trading Game 'Drifter' Still in the Works for iOS

Colin Walsh of Celsius Game Studios stopped by the Touch Arcade GDC war room to show off the latest version of Drifter, his long-in-development open-world space simulation game. The game has been in early access on Steam for a while now, but the game is still planned to release on iOS down the road, and

GDC 2015: 'Jelly Reef' Finally Combines Jellyfish, Sea Currents, and Roguelikes

Game Oven's Jelly Reef, the last game they're making, was demoed to us at GDC 2015. This may seem quite different from something like Fingle [$1.99 (HD)], and that's because Bojan Endrovski, the team's main programmer, took point on designing the game from the original student version that was created. This is a roguelike-inspired game,

GDC 2015: 'Forma.8' Still Exists, Hopes to Release This Year

MixedBag Studios' Forma.8 has been in the works for a long time now, several years since its initial incarnation. While Futuridium EP [$1.99] came out in the interim, MixedBag is hoping to get Forma.8 out this year. They showed us off the game this year at GDC, seeing the latest version running on iPad with

GDC 2015: 'Trial by Viking' is a Mobile-Friendly Metroidvania with Grappling Hooks

Last Life Games' Dustin Hendricks came by at GDC to show off his upcoming action-platformer Trial by Viking. He calls it a 'Mariovania', a kind of hybrid between a Metroidvana and a more standard platformer. You control a viking trying to find Loki, helping Valkyries and the like as you make it through the game.

GDC 2015: Hands-On with 'MicRogue', a Micro Roguelike

Crescent Moon Games is here at GDC showing off a menagerie of upcoming iOS games, one of them the puzzler roguelike MicRogue which is being developed by Jason Pickering and published by Crescent Moon. We posted about MicRogue just a few weeks ago, and the game itself has been in the works for quite some

GDC 2015: 'Riff the Robot', a Mashup of Slingshots, Pinball and 'Peggle'

Today at GDC we sat down with developer Oh So Shiny to look at their first iOS game Riff the Robot. The premise is pretty wacky: You're a mad scientist who has "lost his marbles" over the years, so you build a time-travelling robot to go back in time and collect them for you. Your

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