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'The Girl Who Sold the World' Is an Intruiging Audio Adventure Game

I was wondering recently why we haven't had many other audio games on iPhones outside the brilliant Papa Sangre II given how great an iPhone can be for games like that. And then I checked our Upcoming Games forums and saw a thread on The Girl Who Sold the World, an upcoming audio adventure game that

Gameloft Resurrects Halo-Like 'N.O.V.A.' Series as Upcoming Free to Play Game (For Android?)

When this video got dropped into our Discord chat this morning (Which is a great place to get breaking iOS games news as it takes so much less time for someone to drop a YouTube link there than it does for me to write an article here, by the way!) when I was out grabbing

'Pokemon GO' Valentine's Day Event Brings Double Candy, Longer Lures, and Makes Cute Creatures More Common

Valentine's Day is almost upon us, and while some of the more cynical amongst us may claim it's really just a capitalist exploitation of a chemical reaction that compels animals to breed, it does give many couples around the world an excuse to demonstrate their love to the object of their affection. Of course, there

Survive Dangerous Space as a Cute Bunch of Blocks in 'Evergrow'

Evergrow looks like a rather clever game of physics and survival in space. You control a mass of chromaroids, floating about in the blocky vacuum of space. You have some defenses, but you also have to grow your mass of chromaroids to become stronger, to fell off ever more dangerous enemies. Using multitouch controls, you'll

'SpellTower' Getting New Modes and Merriam-Webster Word List on February 9th

Zach Gage is teaming up with Merriam-Webster – yes, the dictionary – to bring forth some new content to SpellTower [$1.99] and to a new word game set to release this year. First, SpellTower will now get its word list from Merriam-Webster, as will the new game. A new Zen mode, which works as Puzzle

'Cryptocracy' Is an Upcoming Politically-Charged Matching Puzzler, and Is Looking for Beta Testers

Amidst the current political climate around the world, there have been an abundance of games on the App Store that have attempted to capitalise on the personalities of certain prominent figures in the form of low effort throwaway apps. However, such circumstances also give numerous creators across all forms of media to make their own

'Badland 2' Gets "Warpzone" Update With New Levels

It's been a while since we last heard from Badland 2 [$1.99] as far as new content goes. The good news is that we have new content at last! The new Warpzone levels are part of a new set of "bonus levels" that are separate from the main campaign. These Warpzone levels can be started

'Zombie Free Throw' Is the Latest Game by Retro Dreamer, Due out This Week

Sure there's a ton of great simple free-throwing basketball games on the App Store, but how many have you quite literally throwing your own head? It's kind of like if you mixed the scene with the Fireys from Labyrinth with zombies, and threw in a basketball hoop for good measure. Take a look at the

Did You Think 'PinOut!' Was Too Hard? Check out 'Ascending Pinball' Instead

We're huge fans of Mediocre's PinOut! [Free] (check out our review) but the game was just a hair too complicated for a number of people I recommended it to. Particularly as you get deeper into the game, some of the shots you need to make to progress require a true Pinball Wizard. If that got

Apple Revealed the iPhone 10 Years Ago Today

On this day ten years ago Steve Jobs took the stage and revealed the cell phone that would quite literally change everything about mobile devices. Originally mocked as a $500 phone, Apple's iPhone totally redefined what a smart phone even was. Prior to waiting in line to buy mine, I had a variety of different

Nathan’s 10 Best Games of 2016 - Chameleons, Trains, and Automobiles

Did ya’ll miss me? What? You didn’t even notice I was gone? Well, shame on you. (And me, for not making a more lasting impression.) My last review here was around April, before my life took a different turn and I no longer had time to pump out reviews every week. However, my love of

Find All the 'Super Mario Run' Black Coins With These Videos

Well, Super Mario Run [Free] seems to be the game that everyone on the planet is (still) talking about, with battle lines clearly drawn between the haters and the folks who are loving the game. If you're the latter, chances are you're doing everything you can to find all the hidden coins in the game.

Apple AirPods First Impressions: The Future is Awesome

When it was announced that the iPhone 7 wasn't going to have a headphone jack, I honestly didn't think it was that big of a deal. Incorrect. It has turned out to be a significant pain in the butt using some of my "old" accessories. The sleep headphones I use nightly now require a dongle

See Ron Gilbert's 'Thimbleweed Park' Running on an iPhone

The upcoming adventure game Thimbleweed Park has some pretty big names behind it and some pretty big shoes to fill, too. The game is being developed by Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick, two of the creators of the amazing Lucasarts adventure game Maniac Mansion, one of my favorite adventure games. We've already talked about the

'Pokemon GO' Wins 'Best Mobile/Handheld Game' and 'Best Family Game' at The Game Awards 2016

Last night the Game Awards for 2016 took place in Los Angeles, and distributed a whole host of accolades across various platforms and mediums, even including fan created games and an eSports award. Despite a heavy emphasis on console gaming, there were a few mobile games nominated for numerous categories across the night, and against

'Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links' Has Soft Launched in Australia and Japan, With a Worldwide Release Scheduled for 2017

While I tended to spend what little money I had on video games, there is no denying the massive part that Yu-Gi-Oh played in my childhood, both in terms of the anime and the card game. Following Yugi's exploits against Kaiba and Pegasus was a lot of fun, and winning a game against friends through

'Gun Strider' is an Extremely Stylish Arcade Shooter Soft-Launching November 7th

I don't exactly know what's happening in this trailer for Gun Strider, an upcoming game from new developer Dreamotion, but I do know that I like the way it looks. According to the very little information posted to our forums, Gun Strider is an "amazing gun shooter" that should appeal to those who like "fast-paced,

'Batman - The Telltale Series' Episode 3 "New World Order" Trailer Released

Some good news and some bad news. The good news is that Telltale has released the trailer for the third episode of Batman - The Telltale Series [$4.99], entitled "New World Order." Obviously, there's some spoilers for episode 2 in this trailer, with at least one famous villain set to make their debut in episode

New iPhone Games on our Forums: 'Dustoff Heli Rescue 2', 'Mushroom Wars 2', 'Space Merchants: Arena', and More

Well, another weird Wednesday is upon us. Most of these games actually hit the App Store sometime on Sunday or Monday, with a few stragglers coming out this afternoon. Developers might just be busy doing their part in today's festivities of National Pet Obesity Awareness Day, which has them distracted, or maybe we're just about

Horse Dating Sim 'Uma no Prince-Sama' is Hilariously Weird

Being an avid fan of oddball games, I've seen some pretty strange things in my time. I thought I had seen the strangest horse-related game to come out of Japan this year with Uma Musume, the upcoming idol-raising, horse-girl racing game from Granblue Fantasy publisher Cygames. I mean, surely that's the ceiling, right? Combining Japan's

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