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'Super Crossfighter' is 'Super Crossfire' Reborn, and Radiangames' Library is on Sale

While Radiangames' Inferno 2 has been delayed as the game has wound up a bit bigger than what they expected it to be, the studio's monthly release schedule continues unabated. This means Super Crossfire from Radiangames is on its way back to the App Store in an improved version as Super Crossfighter, launching really soon

'Hearthstone' Curse of Naxxramas Guide: Tips and Decks to Beat the Plague Quarter and Class Challenges

Man, Hearthstone [Free (HD)] is getting awesome. I talked about this on our podcast, but I've got to say this is by far the cleverest way to release new cards that I've ever seen in a collectable card game. These boss (and class) encounters are a ton of fun, and if you liked the Arachnid

Cubama Review

2 weeks agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

With its addictive challenge and interesting premise, Cubama is frantic screen-tapping fun. The post Cubama Review appeared first on 148Apps.

'Duet' Getting Epilogue Update on Thursday, Adding 48 New Levels, New Obstacles and More

Duet [$2.99], Kumobious' take on the minimalist arcade challenge genre, has been steadily updated since its release last year, and it's getting an Epilogue update this Thursday that brings a ton of new levels and features. The update brings 48 new stages to the new Epilogue levels, complete with their own stoyline. The original game

'Crazy Taxi: City Rush' Starts Picking up Passengers Worldwide on July 31st

Sega's Crazy Taxi: City Rush is leaving its soft launch period and releasing worldwide on July 31st, this Thursday. For those unfamiliar with the game, it's a free-to-play take on the Dreamcast classic Crazy Taxi [$4.99], which the price tag should indicate is also on mobile. It's still a classic, and it appears to be

Namco's Card Battler 'Outcast Odyssey' Soft Launches in New Zealand

Bandai Namco – yes, it's Bandai Namco now and not Namco Bandai – has soft-launched a free-to-play card-battler called Outcast Odyssey. Available now in New Zealand, this combines card collection & battling with a tile-based exploration system. The game follows much of the standard trappings of free card battlers: there's the lengthy hands-on tutorial, before

First Trailer Released for Foursaken Media's Next Game 'Phantom Rift'

Foursaken Media originally announced their next project (well, one of their next projects) via a Tweet way back in May. At this time the name of the game wasn't even known, but Foursaken described it as "a mix of Bastion and Mega Man Battle Network with tons of equipment, abilities and customization." Foursaken fans in

'Dragon Raiders' Review - Flying High Again

Dragon Raiders [$0.99] is not your typical endless runner. It may seem like Temple Run [Free] with dragons on the surface, but what lies beneath is a clever game with a bit more to it. This is a level-based auto-runner that effectively uses two-dimensional movement: the dragon can move between horizontal lanes, and go into

'Mad Bullets' Review - Take Down Mad Dogs And Wild Gunmen In The Old West

As a medium moves forward, it's often the case that things that were important and indeed integral in its early days become obsolete or out of vogue. I've talked about this a bit before with regards to shoot-em-ups, adventure games, and belt-scrolling beat-em-ups, but one genre I haven't mentioned yet perhaps represents some of the

'Traps N' Gemstones' Review - An Excellent Metroid-Style Indy Game

I hope no one takes this the wrong way, but Traps n' Gemstones [$2.99] isn't exactly the kind of game I've come to expect from prolific mobile developers Donut Games. Don't get me wrong, their games have a very consistent quality to them, and like their namesake, there isn't really a bad one in the

Tons of Marvel Mobile Gaming News Came Out of Comic-Con Over the Weekend

This past weekend was Comic-Con in San Diego, and being one of the heavyweights in the world of comics, Marvel had plenty to announce at the convention that pertains to their mobile gaming offerings. Without further ado, here's a quick rundown of some new content you can expect for Marvel Puzzle Quest, Marvel Pinball, and

'Zombie Commando' Review - Mindless Slaughter

Zombie Commando [$3.99] is the rare premium game without in-app purchases that I think would actually be better if it had them, because with the current structure, it's grinding or nothing. Zombie Commando's premise is like many more before it: kill wave upon wave of zombies. This time, players control an entire team of zombie

The 'Oceanhorn Game of the Year' Update Finally Set for August 7th

The Oceanhorn [$8.99] Game of the Year update has been hyped for a while now – and we now know when the free update to Cornfox's action-RPG is coming: August 7th. As confirmed on Twitter by FDG Entertainment, we'll soon be fishing, and checking out what FDG is claiming to be up to four more

Simogo's Latest Story-Based iOS Game, 'The Sailor's Dream', Announced

Simogo released two utter masterpieces in 2013: Year Walk [$3.99] and Device 6 [$3.99], but they've been in quiet in 2014 outside of the Year Walk Steam release. But wait no longer: they have announced their next game, The Sailor's Dream, coming late 2014 to iOS. Simogo is promising more of a story-based experience with

Overkill 3: Get Ready For 3rd Person Mayhem This Fall

The Overkill series from Craneballs has always been among my favorites as far as gallery style shooters go. I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical at first when I saw that they were taking the series to a truly 3D third person perspective. The more I watch the video, however, the more … Read more

TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Traps n' Gemstones'

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

'Big Action Mega Fight!' Earned More in a Week as a Paid Title than Six Months as a Free to Play One

It's been just over a month since Double Stallion's Big Action Mega Fight! [$2.99], or BAMF! for short, switched from being a free to play game and rejiggered itself to be a pay-once game with no in-app purchases. According to a recent interview with Pocketgamer, it looks like that decision is working out for the

'Paint it Back' Has New Picross Puzzles to Solve in 'The Archives' Bonus Room

We loved Paint it Back [Free] when it came out last year. After all, who doesn't love Picross? Only a complete monster. So, I have good news for you quality members of society: Paint it Back has new levels. The new levels come in a bonus room called The Archives. These levels are meant for

'Firefly Online' Also Gets a Comic Con Trailer

Hey! Another thing that's relevant to us at Comic Con! If you remember last Comic Con we posted the vague reveal trailer for Firefly Online, which didn't show too much unless you're really in to ships and planets. Well, this year they've upped the ante: Firefly Online is still in development, and hopefully coming soon.

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