Now that Dragalia Lost has been out for a bit, most players have likely found time between limited events like Loyalty’s Requiem and Trick or Treasure to complete the game’s campaign. If you somehow haven’t yet though, make sure you do, as completion of Dragalia Lost’s campaign unlocks a new mission type called The Imperial Onslaught.
The Imperial Onslaught is a pretty tough mission type, but they’re extremely worth adding to your daily regimen once you have access to them. These missions grant unique rewards that can allow you to do everything from advance your Facility Level to create some of the most powerful weapons in the game. See below for everything you need to know about The Imperial Onslaught.
While there is an official Elder Scrolls action RPG coming to the App Store later in the year (you can find out more about the game, The Elder Scrolls: Blades by clicking right here), at the moment you need to go unofficial if you want to scratch your Skyrim itch. Which is why we're written this list of the top games like Skyrim for iPhone.
As usual there's some leftfield choices thrown in there, but we like to think that's why you keep coming back to 148Apps. We've included download links, so if any of the games tickle your fancy you're only a couple of clicks away from getting them onto your device.
If you've got your own suggestions for iPhone games like Skyrim, make sure you let us know in the comments at the bottom of the page. And click here to check out all of the other brilliant lists we've been creating for you lately.
It’s finally here! Loyalty’s Requiem ended in Dragalia Lost, but it has swiftly been replaced with a new Halloween event. This event—called Trick or Treasure—had quite a bit of hype surrounding it before it came out, and for good reason too.
This isn’t just another raid-based event for another element type. It’s a facility event, meaning it’s focused around letting you earn rewards to help you upgrade your Castle Grounds. In light of the fact that Trick or Treasure is such a different beast, we’ve put together a quick and dirty guide on how to get a jumpstart on this Halloween event.
Ah the working week is crawling towards its end. But fret not, dear reader, there's still time for us to share with you the iPhone and iPad games that you should be excited about playing next week. And we reckon there are at least three games on the list that everyone should be getting psyched about right now.
October and November are often the best months for iOS gaming, and it's looking like that's going to be the case this year as well. Every game we've chosen is pretty special, and we hope that you're going to agree with us about that.
If not, well feel free to stick your own suggestions in the comments section at the bottom of the article. No one's perfect, everyone makes mistakes, so be gentle if you think we have. If you're interested in the games that came out this week, click here to check out what's up for this week's game of the week award.
Thursday is the day when most of the new releases come out on the App Store. It's also the day when we pick what we think are the best five games that have come out over the last seven days. Then we pose you, our readers, a simple question - which is best?
There's one game on the list that probably stands above all the others in terms of how excited people are to play it, but if we've learned anything from these articles, it's that excitement isn't always a good marker of what game is going to walk away from the vote victorious.
You're probably wondering how you vote now. Well, it couldn't be easier. You can leave a comment at the bottom of the article with your choice. Or contact us on Twitter with the hashtage #148GOW with your pick. If that's not enough, you can even leave us a comment on our Facebook page to let us know.
If you're wondering what won last week's game of the week award, you can find that out by clicking right here. Right then, on with the shortlist.
What a week it has been here at 148Apps towers. We've been swamped, which means we're a bit late letting you know what last week's game of the week was. Don't worry though, we're here now, and we can reveal that Grimvalor takes away the prize.
It was a pretty tight run thing this week, but we're pretty confident that the correct game has won. Grimvalor might look a lot like a Dark Souls clone at first glance, but dig a bit deeper and you'll discover something really rather special lurking in the grim fantasy aesthetic. And we love special things here at 148Apps.
This is going to be a bit of a weird one, but bear with me. The game that has scared me the most isn't a horror experience (don't get me wrong, I won't go outside if it's foggy thanks to Silent Hill 2), it's actually Final Fantasy 7. Sounds ridiculous, right? But there's a good reason that no other games have managed to put me quite so on edge as Square's classic JRPG.
There are some horror aspects in the game - you find Vincent Valentine in a coffin in the basement of a mansion. And he's a vampire. But those moments are more box-ticking tropes than anything else. No one's terrified of Vincent Valentine, unless they harbour dark fears about androgynous cybergoths.
It's not the bits in Final Fantasy 7 that were meant to scary that put the fear of Genova into me, it's the moments where it shows just how vulnerable your party is. It's when it shows you just how exposed to the world you really are.
Part of what makes gacha games compelling (and sometimes annoying) is their grind. You’re always supposed to be advancing something in these games, meaning you need to be checking in on your progress once or multiple times a day to make sure you’re progressing at an optimal pace.
Something nice about Dragalia Lost is that its daily grind is relatively light compared to similar games. This is to say the specific objectives given to you every day aren’t something that takes a huge time investment. That said though, there’s quite a few tasks you should be doing every day to advance your progress, even though they aren’t daily quests. See below:
Last week I read the words I'd been hoping for and got so excited I almost cried: Stardew Valley is coming to mobile on October 24th. While, my colleagues know of my love for the game I think my reasons behind it have always been a bit of a mystery to them.
The wonderful thing is that everyone's reasons for loving it are different, though some of you lovely gamers reading might experience the same sort of deal.
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!
Mad Rocket: Fog of War is the latest title from pblisher Four Thirty Three, and it’s a game that will have you rethinking your approach to strategic war games. In this new base-building card battler, you’ll be invading bases enshrouded in thick fog. How will you adapt your strategy to work around these dangerous conditions?
Carefully lay out a strategy for infiltrating your enemy’s base, while taking your limited visibility into account. You’ll have to predict your opponent’s strategy, selecting units from your battle deck that can survive any manner of attack. Send out units that can withstand aerial attacks, assaults from larger buildings, and many more. Creativity is key here, so get out there and experiment with the tools you have at your disposal. As your skills develop, you’ll be able to join the Seasonal Rankings to earn rewards and medals.
There's a Mario game on the App Store nowadays, but if it hasn't quite sated your desires to fiddle with an Italian plumber while you're out and about, we've got some suggestions that might help. That's right, it's a list of games like Mario for iPhone.
Of course, none of these games would exist without Mario, but we've picked the ones that we think best capture the feeling of Nintendo's flagship franchise throughout the different iterations in its long, long life.
Obviously you might have your own suggestions, and we'd love it if you shared them with us. Hell, even if you disagree with every word written here, we'd like to hear why. So make sure you drop a comment at the bottom of the article.
Oh, and if you want to check out all of our other awesome lists, click right here and you'll be able to do just that.
According to some savvy players, there’s another event coming to Dragalia Lost, and it’s coming very soon. Thanks to some data mining and other clever trickery, there’s a quite a bit of info on this next event coming out, and we’ve compiled the most important bits in one convenient place. See below for what you need to know:
Power Fishing has arrived on Android to totally transform mobile fishing games. Build up your reputation as an expert fisherman by competing in challenges, raiding your competitors’ fisheries, and showing off your skills in epic boss fights. Who ever said fishing was boring?
With so many features, you might not know where to get started in Power Fishing, but that’s where we come in. Here are a few tips to help you become a seasoned pro.
Raiding is a great way to get rare items
Invade your competitors’ fisheries to find special items and raise your reputation. You’ll need items to unlock bosses and create better items and gear that can help you catch rare fish.
Friday is here again, and that can mean only one thing. Well, it actually means loads of things, but around these parts it means it's time to round-up all of the awesome iPhone and iPad games you're going to be playing in the coming seven days.
And we don't think we're putting too fine a point on it when we say that this is the best week ahead that we've had for a good long time. Seriously, look at all the amazing games that are coming out. It's going to be difficult to choose three, let alone choosing just one of them.
That's not to be mean to this week though. Click here and you'll be able to vote for your favourite release from this week's slate.
We've added pre-order links for all of the games here, so you can grab them now and not have to worry about remembering they exist in the future. Got your own suggestions? Then make sure you put them in the comments section at the bottom of the article. Let's all get excited together.