It's pretty wild to just take a step back and realize how insanely huge mobile has gotten in such a short amount of time. When TouchArcade started back in 2008, we were amused by simple tilt-controlled maze games. Not more than seven years later, and mobile gaming has grown to the point that ads for
Robble robble! Robbery Bob is returning in Robbery Bob: Double Trouble, a comedy stealth action game from Chillingo. AppSpy has a hands-on preview of Bob’s new antics. The post Hands-On Video Preview of Robbery Bob: Double Trouble appeared first on Slide to Play. The post Hands-On Video Preview of Robbery Bob: Double Trouble is from Slide To Play via AppSpy.
Soft launches are a funny thing. Just last night, I was going through my list of apps and saw Radical Rappelling installed on there. This Halfbrick game had been soft launched at some point last year, but apparently seemed either lost to history or doomed to not come out for a long time. After all,
Did iOS 8.3 fix a lot of games that were previously broken? That may have been the case, as an intrepid reader let us know that Helsing's Fire [$0.99 / $2.99 (HD)], the puzzler from Lucas Pope, who went on to create the hit indie game Papers, Please [$7.99 (HD)], is working now on iOS
You Must Build a Boat is a match-three game that also happens to be the followup to the excellent and unassuming game 1000000. Check out the video above for a closer look at the game The post You Must Build a Boat Developer Video Released is from Slide To Play via YouTube.
Luca Redwood's followup to 10000000 [$2.99], You Must Build a Boat, is releasing this week. With the game's release days away, Redwood has shared a video talking about the dungeons that have been added to this match-3 RPG. Put on some headphones and listen closely, and you'll catch some of the intricacies of the work
2013 was the year that some really good car racing games, Real Racing 3 and Asphalt 8: Airborne, hit the App Store, exciting many racing fans who do their gaming on tablets and phones with their graphics and content. Rebellion has decided to join the racing games party and develop a motorcycle racing game, admittedly a
While Cally's Caves 3 has been a known item for a bit now, people curious about the game that didn't want to watch an hour of livestream footage, but still wanted to see the game in motion and find out about it, finally have an avenue to do so. Here's a 79-seconds-long trailer for Cally's
Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville is finally heading our way, and I'm quite excited about this one. For those who aren't familiar with the Rebuild [$2.99] series, it's the work of Sarah Northway (primarily), and it puts players in the center of an ongoing zombie apocalypse. However, unlike most zombie games, in Rebuild fighting the undead comes
Mexer and Tinytouchtales' rad dungeon-crawling card game Card Crawl [$1.99] is getting a big content update next week, on June 11th. The big new addition will be two new game modes, though the exact details of what those will contain is a mystery. The rest of the update contains some cool and welcome stuff. Ten
When 2K teased the gaming world last week with a website called AdventFuture.org, many reddit sleuths quickly uncovered clues that the tease was about a new XCOM [$9.99] game, and, as always, reddit was right. XCOM 2, a full sequel to the award-winning game, is coming this November, apparently only for PCs. While 2K seem to
BeaverTap Games are back with another fast-reaction game, after Radical [Free] managed to do well for the studio. This week, BeaverTap unleashes Move the Walls on to the world. It's kind of what it says on the tin: there's a constantly-moving object, and you must move the walls to keep it alive, racking up lots
Welcome everyone to Touchstone Tavern #2, our Weekly Hearthstone [Free] Column. First of all, I'd like to thank you all for your encouragement in the comments of last week's "Touchstone Tavern;" it's good to see that there's indeed interest in a column like this one and that you liked the way I planned it out. And
Fortress is the latest hero to hit Vainglory, and we've got a beginner's guide for those learning to play him.
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
Anyone who called this week a weak week is a damn maniac, as this has turned out to be among the best iOS game release weeks of the year and we don't even have all the games reviewed yet. I'm busy having my nose buried in Desktop Dungeons, and everyone else is playing the rest
If you play Kung Fury - The Game [Free] game, you'll get a free, ad-supported, action-brawler. It's similar to One Finger Death Punch [Free], where you tap left and right to attack enemies on either side of you, punching out Nazis, lady kung-fu warriors, and killer robots. You'd notice how the game has been made
BorderLeap's har•mo•ny series has been kicking around for a while, with a couple of well-received entries, and har•mo•ny 2 [$3.99] in particular was the beneficiary of regular featuring by Apple. Now, BorderLeap's got a third game in the series in the works, appropriately titled har•mo•ny 3. The game is promising more vibrant colors and beautiful
Earlier this month Zen Studios and Valve announced a partnership that was to bring a Portal-themed pinball table to the multitude of digital platforms where Zen's pinball games are available. And that includes iOS! It arrived a wee bit later than the normal weekly releases, so just consider this a friendly reminder that both a
Hyperburner was the kind of game that I was immediately taken by thanks to its promise of gorgeous worlds and quick-reaction gameplay. Developer Badpotion was gracious enough to send me a pre-release build to try out of Hyperburner, and while I think there's still some work that needs to go into this one, there's definitely