If you're looking for a gorgeous puzzle experience on iOS devices, developer Gamebra.in's aesthetically interesting puzzler, Cuts, is discounted to free on the iOS App Store right now.
If you're looking for another tactical RPG fix to go alongside your Fire Emblem Heroes campaigns check out Gamevil's newest, anime-inspired tactics RPG, War of Crown, which comes out tomorrow.
MU Origin, Webzen’s highly popular fantasy MMORPG is getting ready to shake things up for the second time this year, as a new update makes its way to the Google Play and App Store from today. Introducing new systems, modes, and events, the land of MU is once again in need of thrill-hungry adventurers.
The first thing veterans will notice upon loading up the freshly-updated MMORPG , are the suite of new systems each capable of majorly influencing how players interact with the world. Most of note is update 1.7’s introduction of the Soul Stone system, which for the first time ever offers players the means to apply various unique elemental changes to their character, giving them an edge before entering battle.
As well as a slew of other substantial systems, the new update introduces two significant all-server gameplay options, ideal for those looking to get their EXP and achievement point fix. First up is Battle Core, an all-new event which acts as a race against time, requiring players to be the first to reach 1,000 points. From gathering chalices to defeating opposing warriors, balanced match-making assures victory is dependent on skill, and skill alone.
Also keeping things fresh is Battlefield of Heroes, a new PVP system beyond servers that sees an incredible 100 warriors enter the fray to do battle with each other. 50 v 50 madness is open for business every Tuesday and Friday between 21:00-22:25, rewarding those who succeed in mining, boss hunting, and everything else Battlefield of Heroes may throw at you.
Webzen have used this opportunity to implement plenty of minor tweaks and fixes too, making for the smoothest MU Origin experience yet. Update 1.7’s new content is free to try out within MU Origin from today on both iOS and Android.
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A new thread on the popular video game rumor forum, NeoGAF, uncovered an interesting job listing over at Blizzard Entertainment. It appears the studio behindStarCraft, World of WarCraft, Hearthstone,andOverwatch is looking to bring on a new hire with mobile experience.
Dungeon Chef is what happens when you mix the RPG elements (and style) of a Legend of Zelda game, with cooking elements. Although, now that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild also has cookingelements, so maybe the gameplay is not so novel. Either way, this is a pretty good looking game for all your RPG junkies out there.
The newest season of Telltale Games'The Walking Dead is well underway. After the release of the third episode, "Above the Law" about a month ago, episode four, "Thicker Than Water" is hot and ready for more zombies and gut-wrenching emotional decisions.
Another week, another new wave of mobile games do dive into. We've dug through the list of apps that came out this week to tell you which apps are worth your sweet time. And while there weren't too many games this week, there were some big ones. Hit the jump to see some of the best apps we played this week!
Are you ready to fight some aliens? Because Crescent Moon Games has released the retro shooter Get Me Outta Here on iOS devices today.
If you're an Apple Mac owner, you're probably aware of the host of Apple productivity apps the company includes in all new Mac purchases. Apps like iMovie, Keynote, and of course, GarageBand. While you used to be able to also buy these apps individually, they are now free on the Apple App Store.
The popular puzzle game series, Professor Layton, will be getting a new spinoff in the previously announced Lady Layton. Now more details have come out regarding the game, its release date, and a new title.
With games like Blizzard's massively popular card gameHearthstoneon iOS devices, mobile devices have proven itself a good platform for digital card games. Which is good because The Witcher developers, CD Projekt Red, just happen to have one of the more interesting digital card games with Gwent which is coming out to market. And it looks like the Polish videogame developer is looking to launch on mobile.
If you missed out on any previous sales for the roguelike, solitaire hybridSolitairica, good news! It's on sale again for almost half off.
Telltale Games' Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is finally out on iOS devices, just in time for Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 to hit theaters next month. To celebrate, Telltale Games debuted a new launch trailer to celebrate the release.
That's another week all wrapped up, which means it's time to take a look at all of the great discounted games cropping up on the App Store this week. You can find all of these titles on the cheap throughout the weekend. We highlighted a few tempting indie deals earlier this week, but let's see what else has received a price cut.
This week welcomed a lot of new games to the App Store, but how do you tell which ones are worth your precious time? We've done all of the heavy lifting for you to highlight the best of the bunch. It's another fine mix of quality games that are sure to please even the pickiest of gamers. Let's dig in.