King of Thieves, the PVP multiplayer platformer by ZeptoLab, has gotten a major update that now allows guilds to battle it out.
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Metaversal Studios has been hard at work alongside Arc System Works and publisher Aksys Games to bring you the first western release of a BlazBlue game. But rather than one-on-one brawling, in BlazBlue: Battle Cards you'll be collecting cards to create your perfect figter and battling against players all around the globe.
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Just downloaded EvoCreo and not sure where to begin? If you’ve played such games before, you might have an idea, but if you haven’t, we’ve got you covered with some helpful tips for beginners.
Last year, Jennifer Allen sat down to have a chat with Booya Squad about the trials and tribulations they've had to deal with in bringing Mario Italiano Four Families to the App Store. Now the game is finally out, and the developer wants to give 148Apps readers some free loot.
Last year, Yakuto gave us the gift of Table Tennis Touch. The studio has since been overwhelmed at how popular the game has become. So, for their 1 year anniversary and their mascot Wiff Waff's birthday, they are offering Table Tennis Touch for 75% off the regular price.
tinyBuild's Fearless Fantasy is a very enjoyable gesture-based adventure game that was released recently on the App Store, and tinyBuild is giving players the chance to grab a free game on Steam to celebrate its release.
Cartoon Survivor, a 3D adventure runnerby Spunge Games, looks like a colorful riot of a good time. Your character, DooDoo, is trying to be the next cartoon reality TV star and is the only applicant for a failing TV show called "Cartoon Survivor."
MCV, with the help of Neogaf and Google Translate, has figured out Konami's next move in the wake of "losing" (?) Hideo Kojima and doing all that doom and gloom stuff with their stocks: mobile!
’Tis the season for movies with obscenely large budgets, and often obscenely larger explosions. There are a lot of big films that have just come out, are coming out, or will be out soon - to the point where it can be difficult to keep up. But don’t fret! 148Apps has got you covered with our list of nine apps to make your moviegoing experiences easier.
Propellerhead is an upcoming social media platform that will let you collaborate with other people all over the world in making awesome music.
La Mosca has released an innovative new location-based game calledThe Target!, which turns you and your friends into characters in a real life video game.
Innovations at Apple are great, of course, but how does the Apple Watch perform as an actual watch? It’s something that few of us have probably given much thought because we were too busy wondering if this would be the next big thing for Apple in terms of gaming and app design.
Turns out it works much better than you’d expect.
Parigami, the match-three puzzler set in a papercraft Africa, is out now on iOS.
You'll navigate a papercraft African map made out of origami and paper cut outs, aiming for three stars in each match-three level.
They're not your usual match-three levels though. Instead of swapping individual tiles you'll be moving the rows and columns to try and get three or more paper animals to match up.
Match three animals and they'll simply burst into confetti but match four or more and they'll explode in a paper bomb, giving your score a healthy boost.
You won't be alone on your adventure - you'll be joined by six characters based on species native to Africa. They each have their own minigame, as well. You'll have to clean out Ollie the oryx's habitat, feed Mamma Hippo's hungry children, and chase off Fang, the mean lion.
If you manage to complete a minigame you'll receive paper popper boosters as a reward. These can be used during the main levels to give you a hand.
Parigami also has an Apple Watch companion app that tasks you with raising the baby booby bird, Buddy. He'll assist you during your adventures in the main game if you do so.
Parigami is out now in the App Store [download].
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Everyone's favorite "pretend you're exscaping a horde of zombies and get fit while doing it" simulator, Zombies, Run!, has just gone free. And not the on-sale kind of free, either - it's completely shifted to a freemium model.