Morphite is officially landing on iOS in September. The game looks like the space shooter we've been needing on mobile, and we're going to see if it fits the bill quite shortly. The game's a collaborative effort between Blowfish Studios, We're Five Games, and Crescent Moon.
It's shaping up to be an epic, story-driven shooter with a unique, geometric design. We're quite excited. If you're not sure why, watch the trailer (above) that released today.
As you might recall, Layton's Mystery Journey is headed to iOS and Android -- tomorrow! To celebrate the impending launch, Level-5's released a new trailer, complete with an adorable hamster.
Noodlecake Games is always good for some light-hearted arcade fun, and its latest project, Leap On! could carry on that tradition. It's a bit like high stakes tetherball in a way. Your job is to guide a cute little blob around a series of floating obstacles while tethered to a central point.
Yes, RuneScape still exists. In fact, it's coming to iOS and Android in just a few short months. Jagex, creators of the hit fantasy MMORPG of yesteryear, is releasing RuneScape Mobile and Old School RuneScape for mobile devices, complete with crossplay with the PC version.
Crash of Cars is going full on medieval in its latest update, introducing castles and all manner of new cars and skins fresh from the Dark Ages. The update introduces a new castle-themed map (complete with catapults) and a gladiator-style battle arena. Seven new cars, along with two hidden vehicles, join the fray, too. It's certainly a fun addition to the game's already crazy gameplay.
For a little game as cartoony and colorful as Golf Clash, competition can be quite fierce. You need to be on top of your game and have the best equipment possible if you want to get very far.
True success is measured by both player skill and the number of coins you can amass to upgrade your clubs. Arm yourself with a bit of knowledge, though, and you'll be well prepared for the challengesGolf Clash has in store for you. Here are a few tips to help you get started.
Mobile developer Disruptor Beam is taking a crack at The Walking Dead franchise in March to War, and we finally got our first look at the game. The Walking Dead: March to War takes a different path than the familiar series by Telltale. It's a base-buidling and survival game rolled into one, and it looks quite sharp.
It might be a slow week in new releases, but luckily there are a bunch of awesome older games at steep discounts this week. We've got puzzle games, survival, board games, and even a rhythm game this week. Let's take a look, shall we?
Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition finally launched on the App Store today. This latest mobile entry in the Street Fighter series brings some much needed updates to the game, as other iOS titles in the franchise are certainly showing their age. The game is essentially a reboot of Street Fighter IV, but makes a bunch of changes to bring the game up to the modern day.
Niantic has some pretty big plans for Pokémon GO fans this year, kicking off with Pokémon GO Fest Chicago next week. Today the company revealed more details on the upcoming events taking place this year both within the U.S. and the world at large.
We've been waiting with bated breath for a Cat Quest release date, and now the time has come. The fantastical open-world cat RPG hits the App Store on August 10. The wait is nearly over, folks!
Surviving the zombie apocalypse is no easy task. Bohemia Interactive's latest game, Mini DAYZ makes that clear from the get-go. Much like its PC counterpart, Mini DAYZ drops you smack dab in the middle of a zombie-infested wasteland with nothing but the clothes on your back.
It's an intimidating prospect, but with a few expert tips you should be well on your way to making a life for yourself in this wasted new world you've found yourself in.
If you’ve ever dreamt of leading your own fantasy army to glorious victory, now’s your chance. Avid.ly’s new RTS, Minions & Mayhem, has just soft-launched in the UK. If you’re situated on the British Isles, you can try the game out for yourself right now on both iOS and Android.
Minions & Mayhem is a brightly colored real-time tactical battler set in a fantastical land. Your goal is to amass an impressive army. Gain the loyalty of dozens of heroes, building up a strong fighting force, whether you choose to depend on magic, physical strength, or both. You’re the leader, and the game leaves every choice up to you.
You can build up a massive army from the game’s any heroes. There are a number of fantastical classes and races to choose from -- wizards, ninjas, orcs, and the undead are just a few of the possibilities. Just remember that when it comes to Minions & Mayhem, it’s the quality of your warriors that truly matters.
Every critical strategic choice is left up to the player. You choose who joins your army, which combinations work the best, and where your army is placed on the battlefield. It’s vital to be keyed into every aspect of battle, especially when you’ll be engaging real-life opponents in the game’s 2 vs. 2 challenges. If it’s peace you seek, though, you can join a guild and team up with like-minded armies.
Minions & Mayhem’s beta test will be expanding to other regions soon, so stay tuned.
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In a complete turnaround from this spring's Jungles of Un'Goro, Blizzard has announced Knights of the Frozen Throne, the next Hearthstone expansion. This expansion travels to icier climes and embraces Blizzard's undead villains.
Professor Layton fans will be excited to hear that LEVEL-5's next mystery puzzle game arrives on both iOS and Android later this month. LAYTON'S MYSTERY JOURNEY: Katrielle and the Millionaire's Conspiracy, which celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Professor Layton franchise,follows the adventures of Professor Layton's daughter Katrielle.