We were quite busy this week. A bunch of big mobile games launched over the past few days, alongside a few teeny surprises. There're lots of quality games to load your phone with. We've gone and picked out five of our favorites for the week.
Magikarp Jump is a mystifying little game. Part Tamagotchi, part idle clicker, there's not a whole lot of video game there, per se, but for some reason we can't help coming back to it again and again.
Your goal is to train up a little Magikarp to be the strongest, best jumper by feeding it endless amounts of food and giving it plenty of exercise. It sounds simplistic, but there's actually a good bit going on beneath the surface. We have a few tips to help you rise through the ranks in the game's early hours.
Sorry mobile racing fans -- GRID Autosport has been delayed a few months. The game is now expected to launch this fall on iOS.
Feral Interactive announced that they wanted more time to work on the game's UI and overall performance before launching the game. Considering the game's premium price tag, the team wanted to make sure that they would be releasing a quality game.
The much anticipated Zombie Gunship Survival is here. In this latest entry in the Zombie Gunship franchise, you're tasked with supporting ground troops and protecting your base from the zombie horde. There's a lot of rich base building fun, and plenty of weapons to upgrade.
But all of that choice can feel a bit overwhelming to start. Here are a few beginner tips to help you start to grow your base and become a true survivor.
Legendary Games has just launched Mordheim: Warband Skirmish, a new turn-based action game for iOS and Android.
Using the central premise of Warhammer’s tabletop spin-off Mordheim, the game is set amongst the ruins of the eponymous city after its destruction by a comet. You control a group of scavengers scouring the rubble for valuable shards of space rock, but in the midst of a civil war, the city is fraught with danger. This danger is primarily posed by rival factions fighting over who should sit on the Emperor’s throne (I guess it must be really comfy or something).
Combat involves strategically taking out your opponents using the turn-based system, but it’s up to you what play-style you choose. You can go all Splinter Cell and hide in the shadows waiting for the right moment to loose an arrow, or go full Rambo and confront enemies head-on instead. The mercenary faction you align yourself with will partly determine your approach. There are three to choose from (with more promised as DLC), each boasting a slightly different skill base – the Reiklanders, the Marienburgers and the Middenheimers.
Rival warbands are controlled by players online, so you won’t necessarily get an easy ride. It’s down to you to customise and train your fighters so they’re ready to take on whoever’s lurking in Mordheim’s dodgy alleyways.
Legendary Games isn’t the first developer to adapt Warhammer lore into a mobile game. In fact, there’s a Warhammer spin on virtually every genre. But rather than awkwardly emulating Angry Birds or Clash of Clans, Mordheim: Warband Skirmish stays faithful to the turn-based strategy of Games Workshop’s tabletop triumph.
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If you're tired ofPokémon GObut still want something to satisfy your mobilePokémon fix,Magikarp Jumpmay just do the trick. It's out now on Android devices the world over. While it looks like a simple arcade jumper, there's quite a bit more to it than that.
Cat Quest, an expansive open-world RPG from former Koei-Tecmo developers, got a new gameplay trailer today. The video showcases the combat and exploration features of this feline-themed RPG. Cat puns abound as you travel across a large map in a quest for treasure and feats of fantasy prowess.
Clash of Clans just got a massive new update, and that's not hyperbole. The update easily tacks on a whole new game's worth of content to the hit base building game. In the update, that mysterious boat on the edge of the map has been repaired and it's now ready to whisk players who've achieved Town Hall 4 away to the Builder Base. On this far and distant shore players will find new buildings, characters, abilities, a new battle mode and much more. There's a lot to sink your teeth into here.
Welp, it's official. Thimbleweed Park will be getting a mobile version. After lots of wondering and speculation, the developers confirmed it today. Thimbleweed Park will be available on both iOS and Android sometime in the near future. There's no release date just yet.
The long-awaited legendary Pokémon may soon be coming to Pokémon GO at long last. Data miners have already discovered that the legendary birds, Articuno, Moltres, and Zapdos are already in the game, it’s just a matter of time.
If you’ve got the Monday blues we have just the thing to cheer you up. The week is shaping up to be a spectacular one for sales.
We’ve got a bunch of well-loved indie games at discounted prices this week along with a few that are a little more mainstream. Here are five deals you won’t want to miss.
Honor is making strides to bring its brand to the forefront of mobile gaming with its latest phone, the Honor 8 Pro. The Pro sets itself apart from its predecessor, the Honor 8, with a host of premium updates that boost the device’s graphical and processing capabilities. Let’s take a look at what makes the Honor 8 Pro the perfect mobile gaming gadget.
With a 5.7 inch, 1440x2560 QHD display, the Honor 8 Pro features crystal-clear visuals. You can enjoy your games with the highest level of detail, whether you're gaming indoors or outside. The display, paired with the Honor 8 Pro’s impressive graphic capabilities, make this a prime device for mobile VR, too.
Chip Set & Performance
The Honor 8 Pro truly shines in its incredible graphics processing abilities. The phone boasts a Kirin 960 processor that features four 2.4GHz cores and four 1.8GHz cores. Still not sold? The phone also is packed with 6GB RAM to really help the phone glide through intensive tasks and handle a lot of multitasking.
The phone’s chipset makes it one of the best phones for gaming performance, especially as mobile games continue to advance rapidly.
Impressive mobile gaming performance doesn’t mean a whole lot when you have to be plugged into an outlet to enjoy it. That’s not a problem for the Honor 8 Pro, which has a battery life of 1.5 days under high performance, and 2 full days under normal workloads.
If you’re a mobile gamer looking to make the jump to Android, you can’t do any better than the Honor 8 Pro. The phone provides unbeatable performance at a price tag that won’t bust your budget.
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Now that we're well into the pleasant, warmer months, it's time to start making the most of the great outdoors. Spring and summer are ideal times for a bit of trekking or exploration.
You don't have to go it alone, though. There are plenty of apps to help complement whatever adventures you get up to this summer, even if you don't have a cell phone signal. We're here to highlight the best of the best.
In a move no one was really expecting, Square Enix has put forth an Arkanoid/Space Invaders mash-up aptly titled Arkanoid vs Space Invaders. The game launched today on both iOS and Android and the reviews are actually quite good.
Things got off to a bit of a slow start this week, but as we steadily creep towards Friday a bunch of great games have started cropping up. If you're looking for a quality new release to play this weekend, we've got you covered. Here's a handy list of the best games that have launched this week.