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Colorful Platformer 'Huey' Out Now on Android, Coming to iOS Soon

Mobile gaming is no stranger to the throwback, pixel art platformer, and soon there will be one more to add to the pile with the upcoming Huey from developer Fragment Two. As the developer has explained in our forums, Huey is a "classic 2D platform game combined with puzzle elements" and will feature more than

FDG Entertainment's Tower Defense RPG 'Crystal Siege' Hits iPad This Week

FDG Entertainment's Crystal Siege has been in the works for a long while now, and iPad owners are going to get their hands on it very soon: this Thursday, November 13th, to be exact! The tower defense and RPG hybrid will release for $4.99 as an iPad exclusive, though release for iPhone is planned in

'Candy Crush Soda Saga' from King Finally Launches Worldwide

Candy Crush Soda Saga [Free] has officially made its way out worldwide starting today. The follow-up to the absolute mega-hit Candy Crush Saga [Free], this is yet another match-3 game, because a Clash of Clans [Free] clone in the Candy Crush universe would be absurd and probably make too much money. The goal is to

'Sproggiwood' Preview - The Roguelike for the Rest of Us

Freehold Games' Sproggiwood is a turn-based roguelike that mobile gamers should anticipate. Where many games in the genre use its conventions to be extremely difficult, Sproggiwood tries to be a lot more forgiving for the person who isn't a die-hard and just wants to enjoy the gameplay of the genre without being punished each time,

App Store Classic 'Space Miner' Getting a Modern Update, Sequel Still in the Works Too

I've mentioned this before, but I have a list of games that I'd do practically anything to have them be updated for modern screen sizes and iOS versions. There have been a lot of amazing games released on iOS in its fairly short history, but not all of them are in a position to be

'Random Heroes 3' Coming this Thursday, Here's the Official Launch Trailer

Back in early September, Ravenous Games announced Random Heroes 3, the third and final entry in their Random Heroes saga of action platformers. At that time it sounded like the game was pretty close to completion, and apparently that was the case as Ravenous has announced in our forums that Random Heroes 3 is already

'Joe Dever's Lone Wolf - Act 4: Dawn over V'Taag' Launching on November 20th

Forge Reply's wonderful digital realization of Joe Dever's classic gamebook series Lone Wolf is set to get its fourth and final act later this month on November 20th, the developer has announced in our forums. The new act is titled Dawn over V'Taag, and you can see it in action in the following trailer. It's

Nimblebit's 'Golfinity' Launching this Thursday

Just a few weeks ago, Nimblebit teased us with an announcement for a new game called Golfinity, which looked decidedly different from what we've come to expect from the developer. Golfinity is a simple, clean, endless mini-golfing game, and Nimblebit themselves describe it as "the baby of Desert Golfing [$1.99] and Monument Valley [$1.99]. Now

'Spirit Sweeper' Will Take Minesweeper Multiplayer?!

Ah, Minesweeper, the game that is only second to Solitaire in terms of ruined productivity among Windows users. Now, Latis Global and Wipsoft are going to try and take this classic game and make it multiplayer with Spirit Sweeper, coming this week. The objective is a bit different than traditional Minesweeper, as the goal is

TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'The Sailor's Dream'

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

Best iPhone and iPad Games of the Week: 11/7/14 - 'Bitcoin Billionaire', 'Drift'n'Drive', 'Puzzle to the Center of the Earth', 'RPG Asdivine Hearts' and 'Talisman'

Further ramping into Q4 and barreling towards the "holiday season" (or I guess now the day after Halloween is technically the holiday season) it's not a surprise we're seeing better and better games. Developers are going to continue to jockey for position over the next month before the iTunes freeze... So if you think these

Hands-on With "Goblins vs Gnomes" - 'Hearthstone's' First Expansion

Earlier today, we reported on the announcement of Blizzard’s first expansion to its wildly popular CCG Hearthstone. Dubbed Goblins vs Gnomes, this expansion focuses less on a storyline storyline (i.e. Hearthstone’s ‘Adventures’ such as Curse of Naxxramas) and more on just adding a ton of new cards to the gameplay arena. I had the opportunity

Freebie Alert: Science-themed Behind the Back Runner 'Boson X' Free for the First Time

For the first time since releasing in September of last year, Ian MacLarty and Jon Kerney's fantastic behind-the-back runner Boson X [Free] is currently free on iOS. We loved the look of Boson X since we first laid eyes on it prior to it being released. The premise is that you're a scientist running through

'Tony Hawk's Shred Session' Postponed Indefinitely, New Console and Mobile 'Tony Hawk' Game Coming in 2015

Earlier this year, I sat down with Tony Hawk himself to hear about his new mobile game, Tony Hawk's Shred Session at his HQ in San Marcos, CA. At the time, the game was near release, and it was a big deal to get it in the hands of mobile games media to start the

'Monument Valley' Expansion Launches Next Week for $1.99

It's not difficult to describe ustwo's Monument Valley [$3.99] as something truly special. We loved it in our review, particularly as the game both looks and plays beautifully. The puzzles are clever, and in one of the original Monument Valley videos the designers mentioned making every screenshot you could take of the game a work

'Bitcoin Billionaire' Review - I'm Ashamed to Love This Game

I hate Bitcoin Billionaire [Free] for existing. It's an idle clicker game, where tapping the screen gets stuff that can be spent on other stuff, but I've spent way too much time playing this. I've mined way too many fake bitcoins to be proud of myself in any way. I've had fun, and this game

Watch the "Super Sexy" 'Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition' Cutscene Apple Deemed Too Hot for the App Store!

If you're thinking that's a ridiculous headline, then yes, you are correct. We're just having a little fun with what we think is a pretty ridiculous situation. To back things up a bit first, in early September developer Beamdog announced that they would be bringing an enhanced edition of the classic RPG Icewind Dale, which was

'Cosmic Crown' is a One-Dimensional Roguelike that's Available Now

We figured this week would be quite busy after the packed list of releases on Wednesday night, but there's still games sneaking out that didn't quite come out last night that are of particular note. Cosmic Crown [$1.99] is one of those games, and in fact it released totally under the radar last Friday. It's

'Battle Worlds: Kronos' Brings an Extensive PC Turn-Based Strategy Game to iPad with Online Multiplayer

Turn-based strategy fans will want to take note of a game that sneaked past the Wednesday night release list as it showed up on the App Store this morning, Battle Worlds: Kronos [$9.99 (HD)]. This turn-based strategy game originally released on desktop, and has now made its way to iPad, with loads of content intact.

iOS 8 Crew: 'Swype' Keyboard Just Went Free

Alright, while this isn't really game related (I guess you type in games, so there?) it's still a pretty rad heads up for anyone who is interested in fiddling around with third party keyboards in iOS 8. Swype [Free] is now free for a limited time. Often cited by Android users as a reason why

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