It's pretty wild to think that the Plants vs. Zombies series has been around for six years already. To celebrate this mildly unconventional milestone, Popcap is giving players some free stuff in Plants vs. Zombies 2. Because they got the whole "birthday gifts" thing backwards. I blame the zombies.
Dropbox, the popular file storage solution, has announced an update that adds three new features for you to enjoy.
Heart to Heart, by nomtasticapps,is a new Apple watch app that translates your speech to others using abluetooth connection. It's like having a babelfish strapped to your wrist.
Taneli Armanto, the designer of Nokia 6110 Snake, is back to work. Together with Rumilus Design, he's working on a new Snake game titledSnake Rewind.
There's a new way to leave notes for your friends and loved ones called Shotnote. You can use it to take aphoto or video and tag it to a specific location.
WAVE Calendar, by e-sites, has added an interesting new feature:real life personal assistants. The e-sites webpage has been redesigned so personal assistants can apply to work directly with WAVE.
Dwellable is a new travel app that helps you to find rental homes for your vacation, allowing you to swipe your way through listings from over 15,000 destinations worldwide.
BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment has released Galaga : TEKKEN 20th Anniversary Edition, a Galaga and TEKKEN crossover, to celebrateTEKKEN's 20th anniversary. Really.
Full Fat has released a new update for Flick Golf! Free. The‘Eliminator’ update brings a whole new way to play with its endless round.
Crystal Siege, FDG Entertainment's RPG Tower Defense game, has gone universal in its latest update.
Touch Foo's 2D action-platformer, Swordigo, is free for a limited time on the App Store. Now you can run, jump, and slash your way through adventure for absolutely nothing.
Eyes Wide Games has launched their one-touch baseball game,Watch This Homerun, for the Apple Watch.
For Star Wars Day, May 4, joinDisney Interactive and Lucasfilm as they celebrate with a whole lot of in=-app sales for their Star Wars apps.
I recently had a chance to play around with the upcoming Knights of Pen & Paper 2 from Paradox Interactive. I was a huge fan of the first game, so I had a lot of expectations going into it - and I wasn't disappointed. The game has gotten some serious upgrades including a sweet jump to 16bit graphics, new dynamically generated dungeons, and expanded crafting systems for equipment.