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'Hitman: Sniper' Soft Launches in Canada

Want to try out Hitman Sniper, the free-to-play take on the Hitman series for iOS? Well, the game has soft launched in a limited form in Canada for those who want to get a taste of the game. There's right now only one scenario to play: a mission in Montenegro to take out a high-value

'Turbo Dismount' Review - A Bang Up Good Time

Our forums are a great place to interact directly with game developers. In particular, the folks from Secret Exit have been peppering the discussion with insight into their latest release, Turbo Dismount [Free]. With more than just a subtle nod to their previous title Stair Dismount [Free], Secret Exit have iterated and improved their formula

RPG Reload File 008 - 'Lunar: Silver Star Story Touch'

Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload, the weekly feature where we keep marching on, all through the night, exploring RPGs from the App Store's past. It's a little bit of revisiting, a little bit of recollecting, and a whole lot of rambling. I try to cover a broad range of RPGs, but

'Skullduggery' Heads to the App Store on October 9th

ClutchPlay Games' Skullduggery is heading to the App Store next Thursday, October 9th. Get it, 'heading', because it's a game where you control a skull? The game is a bit more promising than that pun is. It's a physics platformer where you launch a skull around using Angry Birds-style controls, fighting enemies – who are

'Pixel Boat Rush', Beta Tested by Touch Arcade Readers, Releases Next Week

If you've been paying attention to our forums, you may have seen developer XperimentalZ, creators of Don't Run With a Plasma Sword [$1.99] and Platforms Unlimited [Free], posting about Pixel Boat Rush, their upcoming game. As well, some members of the forums have helped out with beta testing, and after the game's development, it's finally

Epiphany's '80s-themed Conspiracy Thriller 'Majestic Nights' Gets a New Gameplay Trailer

Back in July, Epiphany Games introduced us to Majestic Nights, an action-adventure game set in an alternate '80s landscape that deals heavily in conspiracy theories and shadowy government coverups. The teaser trailer and accompanying screenshots of Majestic Nights looked fantastic, and I've been looking forward to the game ever since. Today, Epiphany is whetting my

Stoic's 'The Banner Saga' Now Available on iOS for $9.99

As if the huge list of new releases from earlier wasn't enough, Stoic's tactical RPG The Banner Saga [] has also just arrived in the App Store. The Banner Saga launched on PC in January of this year to critical acclaim, and in June it was confirmed that the game would be heading to "tablets"

Details Emerge About ‘Angry Birds’ Movie

Remember that CGi Angry Birds movie that’s in the works? It’s barreling ahead in production. And to prove it, Rovio has announced the voice cast. It’s about as star-studded as casts get, so take a look below. According to Rovio’s blog post: Jason Sudeikis (Horrible Bosses, last year’s comedy hit We’re the Millers) will lead the cast as […]

'Zombie Highway 2' Launches on October 9th

Auxbrain's latest entry in the Zombie Highway [Free] series, Zombie Highway 2, has a release date locked in for next Thursday, October 9th. This is the latest main entry into the popular series, with last year's Zombie Highway: Driver's Ed [Free] being a sort of spinoff that uses some of the tech that powers ZH2.

Hands On With 'Skylanders Trap Team' - Is It Still IAP If It's Plastic?

On Friday a mysteriously large package wound up on the front door of my house, and inside was seemingly every piece of the Skylanders Trap Team universe. Having no experience with the world of Skylanders beyond marveling at how many different Skylanders (and now Disney Infinity as well) things you can buy, it's been an

An open letter to tech journalists covering iPhone 6 Plus bending issue

Apple’s entry into the big screen smartphone market has been largely successful considering the record 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus units sold in the opening weekend, however there has been one particular “issue” that seems to suggest otherwise. After a few images of a bent iPhone 6 plus surfaced online the media took immediate notice and widely reported... Read More

'Ali Spagnola's Power Hour' Makes Playing the "Power Hour" Drinking Game a Snap on iOS and Android

If you fancy yourself something of a sport-drinker, chances are you've played or at least heard of a popular drinking game called Power Hour. The idea is simple: A playlist filled with 60 different songs plays 1-minute snippets of each song. Every time the song changes, you take a shot of beer. By the end

'Tactics Maiden' Review - Now It's The Maiden's Turn

Let me cut right to the chase, for once. Tactics Maiden [Free], the latest strategy RPG from Mangobile, is basically the next game in the Kingturn RPG series. It's a new story in a new world, and there are some small differences in the gameplay systems that have a pretty big ripple effect in places,

Old Freeverse iOS Games Disappear from App Store and Users' Purchase Histories

Long-time Mac game developer Freeverse was one of the companies who ushered in gaming on the iPhone back in the device's infancy. If you walk the halls of the TouchArcade archives from the 2008-2009 era, practically every other story was featuring some type of Freeverse game. In fact, even before the App Store officially opened

Subway Planning is Surprisingly Fun in 'Mini Metro,' Coming to iOS Later This Year

When I was in the eighth grade, a city planner came to my pre-algebra class to talk about the mathematics involved in managing traffic lights. He gave a series of problems and asked us to find ways to shuffle the maximum number of cars through a given intersection quickly and safely. Even the most basic

TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Turbo Dismount'

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

Simogo Wrapping Up 'The Sailor's Dream', Offer Vague New Teaser that Won't Spoil Any Surprises

In late July, Simogo officially announced their latest project The Sailor's Dream. There was a lot of mystique as to what The Sailor's Dream actually was, as it looked to break the traditional "video game" mold much like Simogo's previous games Year Walk and Device 6 had. In a new blog post today, Simogo says

Best iPhone and iPad Games of the Week: 9/26/14 - 'Anomaly Defenders', 'Smarter Than You', and 'WWE Supercard'

While there was one lonely game in this roundup last week (which doesn't even really make it a roundup) this week we've got three great games that everyone needs to try. Better yet, two of them won't even cost you any money to try out. Additionally, we're entering Q4 which is where all the huge

'Rapture - World Conquest' Review - Take over the World in Five Minutes

Tundra Games has opened up shop with its debut title, Rapture - World Conquest [$2.99]. With a new faceplate and some veteran talent, this game studio is one to keep an eye out for. If you asked the question: how could you make the Civ experience accessible and time-appropriate for the iOS mobile platform? This

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