With a number of different gameplay modes and mission types, SailorMoon Drops is surprisingly deep, requiring quite a bit of strategy if you want to succeed.
Each stage has a limited set of moves, usually capping at 50 or under. If you hit zero before you clear a stage, you can either buy a few more turns or give up and lose a life.
While you’ll need a bit of luck on your side, we also have a few tips to help you make the most of your limited turns.
Miitomo's great, but let's be honest: it can't compete with Facebook and Twitter as a social network.
Where it comfortably beats all competitors, however, is in that special Nintendo charm it possesses. Miifoto is the best example of this. A light photo editing element in which you can stick Miis in odd situations atop real photos or pre-made backgrounds.
To highlight this, and for our own amusement, we plundered Nintendo's legendary back catalogue and got to work on invading classic games with some Miis.
Nintendo may be moving into the present day with its mobile output, but it's doing so with the same spirit that's led to such glorious successes throughout the years - and that shouldn't be forgotten either.
The iOS and Android MOBA sensation Ace of Arenas launched back in September 2015, and has had a startling amount of new content added to it since.
In total, five major updates have been released since then, and the game has expanded to North America, Europe, and Asia, with four new languages added to reach a vaster audience.
To help you understand exactly what's changed since launch, we've broken it all down into the top three new features you can find in your favourite mobile MOBA. Enjoy!
So you've had a look at our guide on how to stay massive in slither.io and thought, "hang on a second, how do I stay alive long enough to even get to that point?"
It's a perfectly valid question, and there's no one-size-fits-all solution, sadly. But if you're continually getting killed, you might need to rethink how you're moving around the world.
To that end, we have a few movement styles and tips to make sure you're ready to dodge a slithery opponent when you get in a bit of a jam.
With its recent Apps for Earth campaign, Apple has partnered with the World Wildlife Fund and a handful of developers to help give something back to the Earth.
What this means in practice is that participating apps will donate all of the money made from certain in-app purchases to WWF, and there's a bunch of new content being added to games just for the event.
The new content is only available until the 24th of April, so with that deadline looming, we thought we'd pick out the best updates to focus your time on while you can.
There's more than a hefty slice of luck involved in Miitomo Drop, the Pachinko-style mini game through which you can earn exclusive clothing items in Miitomo.
It's not totally random, however, and there are certain ways in which you can increase your chances of success.
Just don't go in blind. Instead, read 148Apps's handy guideto getting what you want out of Miitomo Drop.
It's not very clear how to get new abilities when you first start playingMarvel: Avengers Alliance 2, so we at148Appshave gone and broken it all down for you so you can get focusing on the actual meat of the experience - the combat.
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Bubble Jungle is a brand new 3D platformer available right now on iOS and Android which provides a massive 15 hours worth of leapy fun inspired by Super Mario.
Inspiration has also been drawn from Bubble Bobble though. You play as the chameleon Chuck who has to battle his way to the end of a bunch of levels in a variety of zany worlds, trapping enemies in bubbles and popping them to eat fruit along the way.
The best part is that the game is completely multiplayer, and playable by up to four people at once in cross-platform. That's quite the achievement on mobile.
To learn more about the ambitious Bubble Jungle, we reached out to Alessandro Maniscalco, Co Founder at developer Cranky MonkeyStudio, to learn more about how the multitude of influences have affected development, the challenges faced during development, and the plans for its future.
There’s a lot going in Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2, with plenty for you to sink your teeth in.
One of the main things you’re going to need to progress is an effective team of heroes by your side, so148Apps is here to guide you through how you can acquire new heroes.
Clash Royale is all about building a deck of units that synergise well. To help you get off to a flying start, we've put together a list of unit combinations that are incredibly effective.
The Rocket is expensive - but for good reason, as it does a ton of damage. Here's how to use that to your advantage.
Lightning is a force to be reckoned with in Clash Royale, doing huge damage to multiple foes.
It isn't the most straightforward card to use though, so here's how to make sure you get the most out of it.
Unless you've been living in a cave for the past week, you've likely heard of - or even played -Slither.io, the mobile multiplayer sensation that combines the seriously addictive gameplay ofAgar.iowithSnake. That's a dangerous assortment right there.
Too much of a good thing is usually, well, not good though. So you'll likely want to find a new game to get obsessed with before long - and that's where148Apps comes in. We've scoured the App Store and Google Play to bring you this list of the best games likeSlither.io you can play right now.
Just don't say we didn't warn you when you inevitably check into gaming rehab.
The Fireball is a powerful area-of-effect card that can make a lot of valuable trades if used effectively.
Here's how to do that.
Arrows are a cheap and cheerful means of destroying a horde of weaker units like Minions, Goblins, and Skeletons. Here's how to use it effectively and gain a hefty Elixir advantage.