One of the things we like to do here at 148Apps is broaden your horizons. Maybe you're a fan of Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes and you're looking for something that's going to scratch similar itches? Well that's where we come, and more specifically this list of the top iOS games like Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, comes in.
We've scoured the App Store to find games that fit into the same genre as Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes and that we think are going to really work their way into your play rotation. But of course if you've got your own suggestions then do let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the article.
Want to check out even more awesome lists of the best games in specific genres, then all you need to do is click on this link right here. Now though, let's get on with the best games like Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes.
Idle Skies, from Crimson Pine games, gives you the chance to learn about the history of aviation, as you advance your flying machines from the most basic paper airplane through to the space age. It's not the most difficult game to get the hang of, but there are plenty of advanced techniques you can learn to get even better at the game.
We've put a good few hours into the game, and we reckon that we've covered enough here that you're going to be somewhere close to pole position next time you play. But, y'know, with planes. Obviously if you've got your own hints and tips feel free to let us know them in the comments section at the bottom of the article.
Want to see the rest of the tips, cheats, and tips we've published recently? Well then click on this link right now. Now tables up, seatbelts on, and we'll try and help your flight go a little bit smoother.
With so many games releasing across multiple platforms, it's easier than ever to find a mobile version of something you love. But there's still plenty of games that exist on consoles that we'd love to see make their way to mobile. So we thought we'd write a list that contains the very best of them. And here it is.
It's fair to say that this is a pretty contentious subject, (just look at the reaction to Diablo coming to mobile in the shape of Diablo Immortal) and we imagine that you're going to have your own suggestions to throw into the mix. We'd love that, and there's a comment section at the bottom of the page waiting for you to vent your spleen in rage or agreement.
If you want to check out some of the other amazing lists we've written, click here and you'll be able to do just that. And now, without anymore fanfare, here's five games we wish we could keep in our pockets.
BRIX! Block Blast is the latest in a long line of mobile puzzlers, but Genera Games’ new iOS and Android offering is by no means more of the same.
The game is a unique mash-up of old and new. It takes the classic drop elements from Tetris and combines them with the colour-matching gameplay found in contemporary mobile puzzle titles, and the result is a system the developer has dubbed ‘drop & match’.
With this mechanic on their side, players can combine blocks, rack up extra points and earn boosters that will blast them through to the next level.
It's Friday, it's nearly the weekend, and it's time to look ahead to some of the awesome iPhone and iPad games you're going to be playing next week. And there are some really interesting titles headed to the App Store over the next seven days.
Sure, there aren't loads of them, but we've got a couple of puzzlers, an adorable idle game, and a super-shiny looking shooter, so there's probably going to be something that catches your eye on the list.
If you've got your own suggestions, let us know in the comments at the bottom of the article. And if you want to check out what we thought were the five best games that came out this week, and pick one of them to win our game of the week award, all you have to do is click right here.
Want to up your Dragalia Lost game? You've come to the right place. Here at 148Apps, we've been digging deep into Nintendo's latest gacha game to find the best tips, tricks, and strategies to share with all of our future co-op team mates (read: you).
Whether you want to know the best tips for getting through the latest event content or where to focus your time and efforts as a free player, we've got you covered. If there's something you don't see in our guide list though, let us know in the comments and we'll be sure to add it!
Dragalia Lost Review
Wyrmite - How to get a bunch of it quickly
Loyalty's Requiem Guide
Phraeganoth Raid Guide
How to be a Good Teammate
Everything You Need to Know About Dragalia Lost's Upcoming Halloween Event
Daily Tasks Guide
Trick or Treasure Jumpstart Guide
The Imperial Onslaught Guide
The Best Four-Star Adventurers
Kindness and Captivity: What You Need to Know
Hypnos Showdown Guide
Kindness and Captivity: How To To Close The Event Out Properly
Thursday is when we reveal the shortlist for our game of the week award. It's one of our favorite days of the week too, because it's the one where we spend most of our time playing new games. After doing our due-diligence, we've picked what we think are the five best games that hit the App Store over the past seven days.
Now it's up to you to pick which of them should be the winner of our prestigious game of the week award. You're probably wondering how you go about doing that though, right? Well, the simplest way is to leave a comment on this article. Or, if you're more of a social media butterfly, you can let us know your choice on Twitter or Facebook. Make sure you use the hashtag #148GOW when you do though, so we can count all the votes.
If you're interested in what won last week's award, you can smash a click right here to find out. And now, without any sort of extra fanfare, here's the games that are in the running for this week's award.
There's only a few more days left of Dragalia Lost's second raid event, Kindness and Captivity, and if you're anything like me, you've already cleared all of the Endeavors and maxed out the Gold Emblem rewards.
Even if you have done all of the high tier stuff in this event, there's still a few handy things you can keep doing for the next few days to make sure you're all set by the time Kindness and Captivity ends. See below:
Developer GameSpire has turned its attention from gunships to warships in its latest mobile release. With Warships Universe: Naval Battle, you get to play at being an admiral in the navy, and pit your vessel against other players in online 6-vs-6 skirmishes.
You have at your disposal a wide range of historical vessels belonging to the various factions involved in World War I and II. There's the famous German battleship Bismarck, the mighty Yamato of the Japanese navy, the USS Arizona and many more. Not just battleships, either - you've got cruisers, destroyers and aircraft carriers at your fingertips.
It's a really interesting question, and one that as players of mobile games, we need to ask ourselves from time to time - why does everyone hate us? It's something we've seen more of in recent years as traditionally AAA developers and publishers have started to realise that mobile gaming is actually a goldmine. The most recent, and one of the most vehement, backlashes has been against Blizzard after it announced Diablo Immortal.
But why does this keep happening? What is it about a game making the leap from PC and console to mobile that makes so many people feel the need to rage into the abyss of the internet? Is it a reflection of something underlying so-called gaming culture, or a problem that's inherent in every walk of life?
These are the questions that we're going to try and answer in this article. If you've got your own theories as to why this keeps happening, then do please let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the article. Before that though, let's get our grey matter working.
After another tight competition, we've fed the numbers through our super sophisticated, room-sized supercomputer, and are confident enough with the outcome to reveal it to you, our dedicated readership. It's Trigger Heroes. Trigger Heroes won last week's game of the week award.
At first glance it might look like just another top-down shooter, but we think there's more than enough going on here to make it worth your while. What sort of thing are we talking about? Well you're going to have to keep reading to find out.
Hi there, and welcome to our ever-increasing list of the very best games for iPhone. We're going to be updating this regularly with new content, so make sure you check back often, because you're not going to want to miss out on even one of the games we're including here. Trust me, they're that good.
You can click the links below to download the games from the App Store, and find out more about them. And if you've got some games you think should be included, feel free to chuck them into the comments section. Hopefully we can get a good bit of debate going!
At BlizzcCon this year, Blizzard unveiled Diablo: Immortal for the first time and it got a huge reaction. It just wasn’t exactly the kind of reaction they were expecting. This new game was met with loads of negative attention, starting with mentions of silence in the crowd at BlizzcCon, and followed by pushback in their Q&A session, massive dislikes on the YouTube trailer for the game, and Reddit posts aplenty suggesting that marketing around the game is already a full-blown conspiracy.
I watched the full trailer for Diablo: Immortal, and I’ve got to say: This reaction is kind of confusing. The game looks… fine? I don’t know. There’s just not a whole lot of information about the game in general, and definitely not enough to feel like I could have strong feelings about it at all, whether they be positive or negative.
With that in mind, I decided to try and investigate all the reasons why people are so down on Diablo: Immortal, and I can’t really find one that makes sense. Below are the reasons I see most often cited for all this Diablo: Immortal hate, along with some thoughts on why these just feel like excuses to get mad about something online.
You might not have heard, but over the weekend at BlizzCon 2018, Blizzard revealed that its classic dungeon-crawling franchise Diablo is set to hit mobile sometime in the not-too-distant future. That's a pretty big reveal, and as you might be able to imagine a lot of people have a lot of opinions about the game coming to iPhone.
There's a lot of information flying about, as you'd expect, so we thought it was important to make sure you had all the facts in one handy place. Thus, we have created this list of the top 6 most important things you need to know about Diablo Immortal.
If you've got more questions about the game, feel free to ask them in the comments at the bottom of the section. Oh, and click here to read our list of the best games like Diablo for iPhone you can play right now.
Dragalia Lost's second raid event dropped this week, and after speculating on everything you'd need to know to get prepared, we've spent some real time figuring out exactly how this raid works. As it turns out, everything we suggested would be useful turned out to be correct (fancy that!), but there are some other nitty-gritty details about beating Hypnos that we couldn't have possibly known until the event came out.
Now, after clearing Hypnos 21 times as of this writing (with 19 of those clears being expert and EX clears, mind you), I've gathered quite a few tips to make this fight a bit easier. See below: