Animal Crossing amiibo Festival is out right now for the Wii U, reminding us of just how much fun that world can be. Or at least to go back and check in on our villages once in a while.
What if you don’t own a Nintendo system though? Well, here are a few mobile games that capture some of the spirit thatAnimal Crossing games have consistently provided us with over the years.
Seabeard is adorable. With a world full of adventures and activities, you can delve into it at any point and simply wander.
Want to go fishing or sailing? You can do that just as easily as you can get involved in cooking or establishing trading routes.
It’s cute stuff throughout, making you feel part of a colorful and huge world full of potential.
Castaway Paradise lets you catch bugs, decorate your home, harvest crops, and chat to your neighbours.
There are more than 1,500 items to decorate with, meaning there’s plenty of variety here. It even offers special events for the holidays, just like in Animal Crossing.
Happy Street lives up to its name - it’s constantly happy and imaginative. You can explore various places from forests to the ocean, as you develop your village.
The best part? You can construct special buildings such as hotels or museums, as well as even research planes and UFOs.
Taking a slightly different direction, The Island Castaway: Lost World is more focused on missions than exploration, but it’ll be great for those Animal Crossing fans who wanted more structure to their experience.
With over 1,000 different quests, you won’t run out of things to do for a long time.
Have you been enjoyingAnimal Crossing amiibo Festival? What's your favourite alternative to take with you on the go? Let us know in the comments below!
Hello, and welcome back to Between 2 Taps, Tap for Tap’s Indie Dev interview series.
Instagram and Lightroom are great and all, but sometimes people need to get extra creative with their image editing. Like, Photoshop creative.
If you're one of these people, take a look at our pick for the best mobile Photoshop experience on iPad.
The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land guide - How to use the daily quests, weekly challenges, and radio tower effectively
A new update for The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land was released last week, making it the perfect time for you to head back to your base and take out some walkers.
Here’s the lowdown on what’s new to the game, and how to take advantage.
We've all been there. One second, we're riding high on a crazed goat, and the next, we've been tossed off it like someone who's no good at goat ridin'.
Well, I'm here to help prevent this happen with some tips and tricks for Goat Rider, the latest and greatest from BeaverTap Games.
Just in time for Rocky fans who can’t wait to see CREED, the latest movie, we have the official tie-in game,Real Boxing 2 CREED.
It builds on the success of its predecessor and there’s lots to take in so we at 148apps thought we’d run you through the basics to help you get started.
CoinOp Heroes 2 justlaunched and, like all clickers, it's dangerously addictive stuff.
You have to furiously tap your screen to defeat wave after wave of foes and earn an insane amount of cash to spend on character upgrades and an army of minions.
Each of these minions can also be upgraded - so much so that, eventually, you won't really have to play the game anymore as they'll defeat all foes for you.
We've clicked away like no other to bring you this guide to building a deadly army of automatic warriors.
Kill Shot Bravo is a disturbing amount of fun. No matter how many times I play a game that encourages me to snipe people in the head, I feel a little uneasy at how satisfying it is.
Here are some useful tips to get you started on your path to becoming an elite sniper.
Word processors are handy and all, but sometimes you just want to make a quick note. Whether it's to jot down your shopping list, some quick song lyrics, or a phone number, the ease of use of a note-taking app easily surpasses that of a heftier word processor.
The problem is, the App Store is full to the brim of note-taking apps and, if you're in a hurry, you probably just want to know which one the best is and get on with your life.
148Appsis here to help. We've scoured the App Store to bring to you the very best note-taking app on offer.
With the release of Star Wars: Battlefront, we thought we'd throw together a list of all the best Star Wars games on mobile.
None of these are quite the same flavor of Battlefront, but they create a nice, nostalgic, disturbance in the Force regardless.
While nothing is going to beat the convenience of using a laptop or desktop PC to create and edit spreadsheets, sometimes you need to do it on your iPad or iPhone.
We’ve taken a look at the best app for the job, as well as some handy alternatives.
Sniper X is a free to play shooter featuring Jason Statham as your grunting mission commander, and it challenges you to complete a variety of different missions that generally revolve around shooting people in the head.
For the most part you'll be firing pinpoint accurate shots with a sniper rifle but you'll also get a chance to unload shotguns and assault rifles into masses of unsuspecting fools.
To help you with your sniper career, we at 148Apps have headed out into the field and fired a fair few bullets to bring you these tips and tricks to help you complete missions like a pro.
Eternal Arenais a blend of MOBA and action RPG that challenges you to take control of one of 35 playable characters and head out into a variety of single player missions to destroy all foes in your path.
You won't be alone though. You can unlock new heroes and bring up to two of them into battle with you, upgrading all of their equipment to ensure they're as powerful as can be.
But combat is actually fairly challenging here - unlike most other iOS action RPGs. But don't worry yourself too much - we at148Appsare here to help train you up into the most devastating hero the world has ever seen.
Rise of the Tomb Raider is out (yay!), but it's only available on one platform right now (boo!).
In light of the situation, check out these games so you can get more tomb raiding on your iOS device.
Portable Document Format (PDF) documents seem like they should be ideal for use on phones or tablets - they have portable right in the name!
But, while PDFs are definitely readable on iPhones and iPads without an app, it isn't that easy to manipulate or create them without having to sift through a bunch of third-party software.
Fear not though! We at 148Apps have taken it upon ourselves to find the best PDF editor so you don't have to.