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Just in time for Halloween, on October 16 Avenged Sevenfold will be launching their gothic action adventure,  Hail To The King: Deathbat.

Players take on the role of Deathbat as they fight their way through the depths of the underworld and collect swords and powers to destroy the hellish servitors of Dark Andronikos and reclaim their kingdom.

You can check out a preview of the game’s soundtrack, which features music by Avenged Sevenfold, on Sound Cloud.

Hail to the King: Deathbat hits the App Store October 16 for $4.99.

Talisman Has Gone Universal – Can Now be Played on the iPhone

Posted by on September 19th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Talisman, by Nomad Games, is a great way to play a classic board game – and now with the new update, iPhone users can also enjoy the adventure.

The update also includes a lot of upgrades and bug fixes, such as the addition of two new characters – the Black Witch and Apprentice Mage – and Nomad Games has improved the movement animation of all the pieces. They’ve also made it easier to create, join, and pause an online game so you can spend less time connecting and more time having fun.

You can download Talisman for $6.99 on the App Store.

via: Our Review

Backflip Studios, makers of DragonVale, Paper Toss, and NinJump, are introducing their newest game, Epic Island. Players form a team of five heroes to fight the forces of the evil sorcerer, Cedric Sparklehands, for control of the island.

Each of the heroes will have unique combat and magical skills and can be equipped with weapons and armor that you forge and upgrade to your heart’s content. They can even adopt pets as companions for the perilous journey ahead.

Players will also be able to go head-to-head to see who the best hero really is when they challenge their friends and other players from around the world in the Battle Arena.

You can check out Epic Island for free on the App Store on September 25.

Ahoy There, Seadogs:
Interested in knowing our thoughts on all this plundering and pirating? Check out our Plunder Pirates Review!

Have you just downloaded the rather enjoyable pirate-em-up Plunder Pirates and are in need of some assistance? Never fear, for we’re here with a few tips and tricks to make your early days as a bloodthirsty pirate a bit easier!

Starting Out

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  • When you first start, you get the aid of a protective shield for the early moments of your pirating career. Take advantage of it! It won’t be there forever and it’ll cost precious gems to erect a new one. Don’t attack others during this time as your shield will drop.
  • Use that safe time to build up your resources. Grog and gold are everything in this game when it comes to getting anywhere.
  • The game is pretty generous at dishing out gems early on. Use that plentiful supply to hire a second builder to help you build more things at once.
  • Use the remaining gems to start saving towards a third builder. Don’t bother rushing production; it’s just not worth it. Be patient.


Continue reading Plunder Pirates: Tips, Tricks, Strategies, and Cheats to be the Greatest Pirate Out There »

A New and Improved Wunderlist is Here for iOS 8

Posted by on September 19th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

iOS 8 has been a game changer for a lot of apps, and Wunderlist, by 6 Wunderkinder, is one of the first apps to fully support it. They have introduced the new Today widget that allows users to simply swipe down from any screen to see all the to-dos they have lined up for the day. Users can also interact directly with their to-dos without actually having to open Wunderlist to save time.

Making to-do lists is also easier than ever. When you see something you want to save online or in another app you can tap the share icon, add any other details you feel are pertinent, and add it straight to Wunderlist.

6 Wunderkinder is also excited to announce that a Wunderlist for the Apple Watch is in the works. When the watch ships in early 2015 you ‘ll be able to take your Wunderlist with you without the need of a bulky iPad or iPhone.

You can check out Wunderlist for free on the App Store.

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via: Our Review

Evernote Update for iOS 8 Adds Web Clipping, Quick Notes, and More

Posted by on September 19th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

An update to the Evernote app has arrived alongside the release of iOS 8, with clipping, quick notes, and new notifications headlining the new features.

Users will now be able to use the web clipping feature to simply save any webpage that they’re on, straight from the Share icon. This feature isn’t limited to webpages however, as it also works with photos, documents, PDFs, and other parts of iOS 8. Meanwhile, by swiping down from the top of the screen and going to the notification center, users can add a quick note bar for Evernote, allowing them to start a new note straight from there.

The app also contains a couple of new features for premium users. For these users, the app now attempts to find notes related to what you’re currently working on and can be locked and unlocked using Touch ID on devices that support it.

The Evernote app is available to download from the App Store for free now.

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via: Our Review

When iOS 8 went live, Readdle introduced the Ultimate Productivity Bundle by Readdle. This bundle includes some of their best apps – PDF Expert 5, Scanner Pro, Printer Pro, and Calendars 5 – for only $19.99. That’s a 25% discount, plus if you already have a few, users can use the “Complete My Bundle” option to get additional apps at discounted rates.

Apple has featured the bundle as their “Essential Bundle” on the App Store. So check out the Ultimate Productivity Bundle by Readdle today.

SKIT! Now with Godzilla Movie Action!

Posted by on September 19th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

As Warner Bros. has released the Blu-ray version of the blockbuster 2014 Godzilla, SKIT!, the animated messaging app by Storytime Studios, has  released skitable Godzilla assets. Now users will be able to us the SKIT! story app to make videos with Godzilla, backgrounds, props, effects, and more.

SKIT! Co-founder Robin Johnson said, “This really is a case of opposites attract, a merger that brings together a destructive force of nature with some of the most creative people on the planet. Showcasing Godzilla’s powers of destruction and chaos should make for some epic fun. But I also challenge SKIT! members to think outside the box and design skits with Godzilla that are funny, clever, sarcastic and silly. There really are no limits to what a SKIT! member can do with a radiation-gobbling alpha predator.”

SKIT! is available for free on the App Store now.

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Age of Zombies Goes Update Crazy and Launches Zombie Month

Posted by on September 19th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Halfbrick Studios has six big updates coming this month for Age of Zombies, so they have officially declared it Zombie Month! And the first of these updates is live now.

This update adds adding local multiplayer so two zombie hunters can join forces as Barry Steakfries and Abraham Lincoln to blow away the undead menace. Players can share touch controls on the same device or use any supported game controller such as the Logitech PowerShell, Razer Kazuyo, SteelSeries Stratus.

During Zombie Month, Halfbrick Studios will also offer global community challenges, daily prize giveaways and code drops, and behind-the-scenes interviews on their website.

With 5 more updates coming our way, Zombie Month is going to be jam packed with undead awesomeness. You can download Age of Zombies for $0.99 on the App Store.

via: Our Review

iOS 8 Brings Metal Updates, Bundles, and Widgets from Gameloft

Posted by on September 19th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

A whole host of newness has arrived on the App Store today, courtesy of Gameloft.

Modern Combat 5: Blackout now contains Metal graphics, allowing the game to have over five times the particles on screen at any one time – thus resulting in improved heat rays, denser explosions, and richer weather effects. Asphalt 8: Airborne also contains new Metal support, with a new season devoted to Metal that allows players to take on 23 cars at the same time rather than the usual eight.

App Bundles are another new feature for iOS 8, and two Gameloft bundles are already available to purchase. Fans of the Modern Combat series can grab the Modern Combat Pack, which contains the third, fourth, and fifth installments in the series for a total of $9.99. Action fans, meanwhile, can grab the Action Pack, which contains Modern Combat 5 and Gangstar Vegas for $7.99.

Speaking of Gangstar Vegas, it has also received an update that adds a widget for the game. As a result, players are now able to see and enter events, as well as claim rewards from them, directly from their notifications screen. These events have also been boosted by the addition of a new gangs system, allowing groups to go for exclusive rewards in weekly events.

Sling Adds Chromecast Support Through Slingplaye​r Mobile Apps

Posted by on September 18th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Sling Media has added support for Chromecast through their Slingplayer app for iPhone and iPad. Chromecast allows you to send content to your TV straight from your mobile device, and Slingplayer lets you turn that around and watch TV on your mobile device.

With the two combined you can use the Slingplayer as a remote control for changing the channel, navigating the guide, or accessing the DVR connected to the Slingbox, and you can send videos to the TV via the new ‘Cast’ icon within the app. Conveniently, the Slingplayer app can run in the background so you can keep doing important things like playing Angry Birds while you watch TV.

The SlingTV unit can also be controlled with the app, like a remote in case you own one.

You can download Slingplayer on the App Store for $14.99.

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via: Our Slingplayer Review source: Sling Media

iphonethiefThe iPhone 6 is out tomorrow, and plenty of people are excited about it. So much so that they’re planning to – or already have – traded in their old iPhone to go towards it. The thing about trading in hardware is it’s very important to make sure your personal information isn’t still on there once it leaves your hands. You generally have nothing to worry about when going through reputable businesses, but these days it never hurts to make sure.

Chances are you’ll have to wait a bit if you didn’t already preorder your iPhone 6, and in the meantime you’ll probably be updating to iOS 8. If so, you’ll want to know how to clear all the data from your phone with the new iOS before you hand it off for a downpayment.

Continue reading How to Completely Delete Your iPhone’s Contents With iOS 8 Before Trading in for an iPhone 6 »

It Came From Canada: Overkill 3

Overkill 3 is like every trope of big modern gaming rolled into one. It’s a sequel to an action-packed military shooter. It’s flashy and scripted and flaunts its sophisticated graphics. And it’s a mobile game with a heavy emphasis on in-app purchases. But does it still manage to forge its own identity within that sea of marketing points? We find out in this edition of It Came From Canada!

In its biggest break from past Overkill games, Overkill 3 is a third-person shooting gallery rather than a first-person one. Movement is automatic, so players just aim and decide when to pop in and out of cover. But now they can see their vulgar, macho, soldier hero with his scarred Mohawk head instead of just imagining him. The shift also provides a slew of new tactical options. Firing down the sights, from the hip, or from behind cover each has its own balance of safety and effectiveness. More indirect assaults, like grenades and explosive barrels, also take on new dimensions for players and their enemies alike.

overkill 3 2But the real benefit of the pulled out camera is the wider variety of moments it’s able to present. Players get a better look at the game’s graphically detailed and impressively lit environments from desert Shanty Towns with secret Windows 95 jokes to vaguely futuristic cities. Calling in airstrikes or firing off rocket launchers also becomes more exciting when seen in their full glory. The game’s levels bounce between standard missions, wave-based survival modes, and even turret sequences for those that miss the first-person feel. But nothing justifies the new perspective more than the occasional quick-time events where players swipe the screen, causing their hero to dramatically leap out of the way of sniper fire. It’s bombastic and ridiculous in the same blockbuster action movie way other AAA games are. And given its content and fall release, Overkill 3 definitely wants to be in that company.

overkill 3 3Developer Craneballs says the limited number of levels in this soft launch version will be expanded during later releases, but players can still get more from the experience by buying and experimenting with different tools. Equipping new armor, lovingly rendered guns, and side weapons can really change a fight, and players can level-up via repeated playthroughs to give them access to even more goodies.

The past generation of games proved people can’t get enough of modern military shooters, but will this generation prove that players have now had their fill even on mobile? Overkill 3 will have to find that out for itself when it fully launches later this year.

New Modes and Leader Boards in Update for Rules!

Posted by on September 18th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Rules!, the fast and adorable puzzle game by TheCodingMonkeys, has updated to include a lot of new stuff.

The game now has Beginner and Timeless modes so that players have more options if they’d prefer a more relaxing game, and has instituted leader boards so you can see where you stand on your puzzle-solving abilities. The user interface has gotten an upgrade too, with a more visible flash when rules change, improved shake detection, faster screen transitions and, faster transition to bats.

You can check out all the new stuff for Rules! on the app store for $1.99.

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via: Our Review

Activision has revealed the new Kaos Doom Challenge for Skylanders Trap Team. The challenge lets players battle through increasingly difficult waves of Kaos’ minions. If using their army of Skylanders and defensive towers, the Portal Masters fail to destroy the minions and Kaos will open the “Mystery Box of Doom,” which will is full of gigantic boss monsters!

According to Emperor Kaos, “A recent evil study of a thousand trolls revealed that nine out of ten agree that I am the most powerful and impressive evildoer to have ever conquered Skylands. Naturally, I had every tenth one banished to my “Kaos Doom Challenge” to test the effectiveness of my 100 waves of ultimate evil doom – and they were never heard from again. So let’s just say EVERYONE agrees – I am the most powerful and impressive evil doer ever.”

With the coming release of Skylanders Trap Team on October 5, it sounds like the Emperor needs a thrashing.

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Monster Warlord is Celebrating its Two-Year Anniversary With Sales and Presents

Posted by on September 18th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Monster Warlord by GAMEVIL USA is having a massive party for its two-year anniversary. 

GAMEVIL has been wildly successful with the social monster battling game with over 16 million downloads, which makes Monster Warlord one of their most popular titles. To say thank you, they are giving away free Jewels and anniversary-edition monsters, welcome packages for new members, increasing success rates, and holding massive sales from now through September 22.

Join the party and download Monster Warlord today for free on the App Store.

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via: Our Review

Marvel at the Visuals of Epic Zen Garden From Epic Games – Now Available in the App Store

Posted by on September 18th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Epic Games, makers of the Infinity Blade series, have released the visually stunning tech demo that is Epic Zen Garden for us all to play with.

Epic Zen Garden uses Metal and Unreal Engine 4 to render beautiful vistas and tranquil ponds that you tap to explore. Different areas come with little surprises such as touching the koi pond, which summons fish from the depths, or the sakura tree that lets loose a swirl of cherry blossoms when tapped. Players can rake patterns in the sand of their garden and enjoy the simple grace of the environment as any good zen gardener would do.

You can download Epic Zen Garden for free on the App Store now.

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ShareFile for iPad is iOS 8-Ready with New File-Editi​ng Feature

Posted by on September 17th, 2014
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

Citrix’s ShareFile for iPad has been redesigned to support iOS 8. The a file-sharing app now has a new user interface that uses patent-pending contextual menus to navigate through the app faster and easier.

ShareFile also has the new File-Editi​ng feature that allows users to create and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents from within the app, share and sync multiple files at once, and send files from different email apps on your iPad. It basically wants to be a one-stop-shop for all your document managing needs.

Check out ShareFile for iPad for free on the App Store today.

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ETA for iOS 8 Introduces Today View Extension and is Having a 50% Off Sale

Posted by on September 17th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

To accompany the release of iOS 8, Eastwood has released a new update for ETA. The personal driving assistant now has a Today View extension that shows your top three locations.

ETA integrates with your favorite map apps so that you can click on a location on a map and get the ETA and directions without ever opening the app, and they have included the ability to drag and drop locations via a pin.

In celebration, ETA will be on sale throughout the iOS 8 launch week, which runs from the 17th to the 24th. You can pick up ETA for $0.99 right now on the App Store.

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via: Our Review

2K announced today that they are bringing NHL 2K to iOS this fall. The game has received a graphics boost and 2K has added a bunch of new features.

NHL 2K includes Classic game modes, NHL Winter Classic, Free Skate and Shootout, as well as the new My Career mode. There is also a new three-on-three competitive Mini-Rink game, allowing players to challenge their friends in a turn-based shootout. The game will have live roster updates so players can routinely customize their team.

NHL 2K will integrate MFi Controller compatibility, NHL GameCenter LIVE connectivity, and iCloud support and is set to be priced at $7.99.

Keep an eye out and your opponent checked, because NHL 2K will be available on the App Store later this fall.

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With the iOS 8 dropping today, Readdle has dramatically overhauled all of their apps to have more functionality and integrate with your iCloud Drive

Scanner Pro, the app that turns your iPhone or iPad into a portable scanner, now has Scanner Pro editing extension. This allows you to scan your photos from Photo Library and save them to your iCloud Drive.

PDF Expert 5, a PDF reader and editor, now has Zoom Writing, AirTurn support, bookmarks management, and other iOS 8 exclusives.

Documents 5 can now be your main app for managing files iCloud Drive and other apps.

Calendars 5 has received the new iOS 8 Today View widget and Notification Center widget. These widgets make it easier to view and schedule tasks and notifications.

Printer Pro now has iCloud Drive support, making it a fast and simple way to print your documents from anywhere.

Lastly, PDF Converter now has PDF Converter extension, so that you can convert things like photos from your camera roll with one click.

There are a lot of new features to explore in the Readdle update suite. Check them all out on the App Store.

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source: Readdle

Be vewy, vewy qwiet. I’m hunting wunners featuwing wabbits, and luckily, it’s duck season wunner season. Zynga has unveiled Looney Tunes Dash!: a runner featuring Bugs Bunny, Tweety Bird, Road Runner, and more.

Following on from fan feedback, the developers have aimed to give players a game that has a sense of progression – meaning that, unlike many runners, levels do have a completion point. By completing levels, players can unlock new characters and landscapes iconic to fans of the animation classics.

Looney Tunes Dash! is set to release in select countries (and Tazmania?) this week in Acme’s Apple’s App Store. For those asking “What’s up Doc?”, more details are set to be announced in the coming months. Hopefully in the form of a note attached to a falling anvil.

Th-th-th-that’s all folks!

source: Zynga

destinycomp16At this point I’m relatively certain most of the country is familiar with Destiny. And for those looking to augment their game a bit, Bungie has changed their Bungie Mobile Companion App to Destiny Companion.

Destiny Companion is meant to make it easier for you to monitor things like clan activity and special events from outside the game, and if you’ve got any Guardians of your own sitting at home it’s probably something you should take a look at. But where to start?

Continue reading Guardians on the Go – How to Connect to and Make the Most of the Destiny Companion App »

A Major ‘Space Wolves’ Content Expansion is Now Available for Warhammer 40,000: Carnage

Posted by on September 16th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Roadhouse Interactive has released the new Space Wolves update for Warhammer 40,000: Carnage. In this new update, you can play as the Lone Space Wolf as he brings down vengeance for his fallen brothers armed with the new Power Axe and the Hunter Killer Servitor Support Drone.

The new Support Drones feature (which is available for all characters) lets players equip one of the 100 available Drone to aid them in battle. The drones come in 4 varieties: Melee, Ranged, Blocking, and Healing.

The update has also raised the level cap to 50, so get out there and cause some havoc with the new Space Wolves update.

You can download Warhammer 40,000: Carnage for $6.99 on the App Store.

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via: Our Review

KEMCO RPGs Destiny Fantasia, Infinite Dunamis, Bonds of the Skies, and Grinsia are all currently on sale for 88% off their normal prices.

In Destiny Fantasia you play Lidim, a weapon shop worker who accidentally overhears a secret negotiation between two countries that may end in war. The game has an interesting leveling system, which gives characters strength and attributes after each enemy encounter.

Infinite Dunamis is the story of Luke, an engineer who stumbles across an amazing robot, and features a plot that threatens the entire world (of course).

Bonds of the Skies has players taking on the role of main character Eil as he travels with his friends and their Grimoas (gods) to save his town and fight an evil demon.

In Grinsia, a family of treasure hunters searchers an ancient ruin for the ultimate loot. The game allows you to play as multiple characters, and each one has a slightly different take on the story to make the game re-playable for different experiences.

All four games are on sale for $0.99, but the sale won’t be around forever. So check out these Kemco titles while it lasts.

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source: KEMCO

The Misfit Flash is the newly-released fitness and sleep monitor from Misfit.

Similar to the Misfit Shine, Flash can be worn anywhere, including the user’s wrist, keychain, or lapel. It also has many of the same features as the Shine. The user can track their steps, sleep patterns, calories burned, and because Flash is waterproof it can even track swimming. Flash comes in several colors including lemon-lime Zest, funky Fuschia, and minimalist Frost to make matching your unique style easy.

“Flash is the only fully featured activity and sleep tracker in the world for under $50, making it an incredible value,” said Tim Golnik, VP of Product and Design at Misfit.

The Misfit Flash will be available in October, but you can pre-order yours now on the Misfit site for $49.99.

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The New Assault Vector Update Brings Better AI and Graphical Improvements

Posted by on September 16th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

An update has arrived for PKSArena‘s Assault Vector, bringing various improvements to the hex-based strategy game. 

The enemy AI, one of the main negatives pointed out in our review, has been improved, with two new enemies also added. The upgrade system has been balanced as well, with cheating now no longer possible with the Hyper Jump. In addition to this, the overall look and feel of the game has been given an upgrade, with new leaderboards available for players to conquer.

Assault Vector is available on the App Store for $0.99.

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via: Our Review

Polish developers Tequila Games have unveiled Earthcore: Shattered Elements – a collectible card game for iOS that is set to come out early next year.

The unique point to Earthcore is the ‘Card Crafting’ feature, which will allow players to utilize the cards in their collection and fuse cards together to form new, more powerful cards, with over half a million of these combinations available. The game also features a Rock, Paper, Scissors-esque element system, with cards belonging to fire, water, and nature elements. In addition to this, the game also has a ‘Risk’ system, with cards with more special powers creating a higher loss to the player if they’re defeated, meaning players will have to be careful when using these more powerful cards.

Lukas Deszczulka, the CEO of Tequila Games, had this to say on their upcoming CCG:

Following on from our history of creating successful casual games, Earthcore: Shattered Elements represents a big step forward and a very significant investment for Tequila Games. We are targeting both mid and hardcore players with a AAA title in a genre our team knows and loves. We’re currently working with some very experienced tabletop game design experts to innovate the CCG genre and we’ve invested heavily in the single player story-driven campaign, which is often neglected in games of this type. We’re sure that both new and experienced players alike will find Earthcore:Shattered Elements very different to anything that they’ve played before.

Earthcore: Shattered Elements is set to launch on iPhone and iPad in the first quarter of 2015.

It Came From Canada: Terra Battle

In some way or another, most Japanese RPGs owe something to Final Fantasy. But with Terra Battle, the now-common mix of Western medieval fantasy with Eastern anime aesthetic feels earned. After all, its developer, Mistwalker, was founded by the Final Fantasy mastermind himself, Hironobu Sakaguchi. While this upcoming strategy game is definitely more modest than its ancestors, it’s still worth noticing when a company with this pedigree flexes its muscles. So that’s what we did in this latest edition of It Came From Canada!

As modern RPG plots become as integral to their respective games as they are incomprehensible, Terra Battle harkens back to an earlier time when fighting monsters was as good a reason as any to recruit tavern patrons to your party. There is a story, but those who choose to skip it can still find the game worthwhile.

terra battle (1)terra battle (2)And besides, the vast majority of the time is spent in the battlefield brawls that make up each chapter. Terra Battle‘s take on turn-based strategy feels like a cross between Fire Emblem and a board game like Reversi. Enemies and party members appear as squares on a grid. During each turn, players can move one square wherever they like while they still have time. To attack, players simply flank an enemy with two units.

The game also uses a weapon triangle system where certain attacks trump others, like rock-paper-scissors. However, proper positioning is the real focus. Beyond basic movement, players can explore other tactical options and quirks like passing units through each other to shift their locations or creating larger support clusters to attack multiple foes at once. Occasionally, powerful orbs will materialize on the grid, and by working those into their formations players can unleash even more devastating attacks perfect for boss fights.

terra battle (3)terra battle (4)To improve their party, players can also participate in daily challenges in special zones to earn more experience or loot. But really, the deep, intense, and highly strategic combat is the draw. It’s so good players may not even notice or care how lovely but generic the illustrated artwork is or how dull the barren grid itself becomes after staring at it for countless hours.

Terra Battle may not be some endless epic about saving the world from calamity, but it is a tight little test of wits. And it’s coming to the App Store soon, so be on the lookout.

Hello, Wanderers:
Want to see what we thought about exploring the dimension between life and death? Check out our Phantom Rift review!

Phantom Rift from Foursaken Media is a deep adventure/role-playing game that centers around intense battles with enemy monsters. It plays a good deal like Capcom’s Mega Man Battle Network, which thrived on the Game Boy Advance, and veterans of that series should be able to sink right into Foursaken’s title.

But that doesn’t mean surviving the Rift is easy. Here are some tips that will help keep you alive in this strange, dark world.

Starting Out

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  • The questions at the beginning of the game seem to influence the magic spells you receive – When you begin playing Phantom Rift, you’re asked a brief series of questions about who you are. Do you like fighting with friends, or alone? Do you prefer fighting close-up, or from afar? The way in which you answer these questions seems to impact which spells you start the game with. For instance, if you say you prefer fighting up close, you should start off with an assortment of sword spells.
  • Stuck? Talk to Wispin – Wispin is your guide in the Rift. If you’re unsure of what to do next, tap on him to chat. He can help light the way. [Editor's Note: *rimshot*]
  • Use energy sparingly - Early in Phantom Rift, you receive a ring that restores health at the cost of 30 energy. This is a valuable tool, and can mean the difference between life and death. That said, energy is very valuable as it’s also used to buy spells, weapons, and armor. Instead of healing yourself with energy-consuming items, try restoring your health in-battle using spells.


Continue reading Phantom Rift – Tips, Tricks, Strategies, and Cheats for Traveling Through the Rift »

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