It seems like the week's only just started, and yet here we are with a huge pile of discounted games to sort through. There are some real doozies on sale this week. We're talking some truly stellar titles. Let's take a look at four of the best deals on the App Store this week.
Cat Quest is an absolutely charming open-world RPG that's taken the gaming world quite by storm. This game about a world populated by furry kitty warriors is actually a full-length RPG with sturdy mechanics and a lovely little story.
It's certainly a game of the year contender in our books. You should jump on Cat Quest as soon as you're able. To help you get started we have a few handy beginner's tips. Off we go.
Silly Walks is an all new adventure game that lives up to its name. It sees you playing as a variety of snack foods as you teeter-totter your way to rescue your friends from the evil blender and his villainous minions.
It's all very . . . well . . . silly, but there are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind as you set out on your adventure. If you want to complete the game in style, you'll want to take our advice.
Nostalgia for classic point-and-click adventure games has reached an all-time high in recent years, and the rise of mobile games have provided a perfect platform for this old-school genre.
This week we're going to take a look at some of the best adventure games on mobile that aren't by Double Fine. Double Fine adventure games are great, but we think you know all about them at this point, and if you don't, information on them is easily available. Here are some other quality point and clicks for you to try.
Respawn's dazzling mech battler Titanfall has gotten its first mobile game at long last -- Titanfall: Assault. Assault transforms that parkour FPS action into a card battler not dissimilar to Clash Royale.
Titanfall: Assault isn't just another clone, though. The game has some pretty deep gameplay, and it'll be helpful to have a few beginner's tips going in if you want a head start on the competition.
Tencent Games is making its first moves into the European gaming market with the launch of Arena of Valor. Published by Proxima Beta, the 5V5 mobile MOBA game has proved to be hugely success in parts of Asia where it has topped the download charts – and the game is now officially coming to Europe.
Arena of Valor’s look and feel is something MOBA fans will be immediately struck by. Bringing together best in-class graphics and popular MOBA gameplay, Arena of Valor has been designed especially for mobile gaming lovers. Offering three lanes and a jungle, different gameplay modes including 5v5, and a growing roster of exciting heroes to play, Arena of Valor’s original soundtrack has been composed completely by the world renowned composed Hans Zimmer.
The hits continue to come fast and strong this month, as August welcomes in game after game, many of them of very high quality.
It's been another busy week, but we're not complaining. This week saw the arrival of some of the best mobile games possibly this year! Some are adorable, some are a little more hardcore, but there's something to please every type of mobile gamer this week. Here are our top three.
Getting better at racing the AI in CSR Racing 2 is a pretty straightforward process. You run enough races with a particular car to get its shift timing down, continually improve it by buying upgrades whenever you can, and add any fusion parts you grab along the way.
Tuning adds another dimension to the whole affair, but not enough to significantly throw you off course. If you just keep plowing ahead, you'll be able to take down all the crews in the game eventually and figure out what happened to your friends' stolen cars.
The Live Race mode, however, is a different beast. In contrast to some other mobile racing games, it provides CSR Racing 2 with a true multiplayer experience, allowing you to race head to head with a live human opponent at any time (or at least any time the servers are functioning properly).
War Robots VR: The Skirmish is an all new adventure from Pixonic, makers of the ultra-addictive multiplayer strategy game of the same name. The Skirmish is a single player VR short for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, that’s just arrived today.
This all new VR adventure sheds the third-person perspective for some truly immersive first-person gameplay. The Skirmish sets you in the midst of a war-torn, post-apocalyptic city. You have no recollection of how you’ve arrived there, and instead must set out with your mech to find your purpose.
You’ve got a few tools to help you out on your journey, though, including some useful monitors that will give you a reading on enemies you might find in the vicinity. If you do stumble upon an enemy mech, you’ll have access to some seriously powerful weapons to take them out.
Based on the short teaser, the game looks quite slick, with mechs engaging in intense firefights. VR seems to be the perfect home for a campaign that pits mechs against each other. The game’s neon cyberpunk setting really drives the concept home.
War Robots VR: The Skirmish is free on Steam and Oculus Store, and requires an HTC Vive or Oculus Rift headset.
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If you’re a fan of games like Kingdom Rush and Plants vs. Zombies, Gamespire’s Tower Defense Generals should keep your taste for tower defence ticking over. Arriving on Android earlier this year, the game has now launched on iOS, so it’s good news for the Apple army.
Tower Defense Generals stays true to the tried-and-tested formula of TD games. You’re trusted with keeping a colony safe from invading enemies. You do that by deploying defensive tower units, equipped with turrets unleashing everything from lasers to missiles at whatever comes your way. Use the 12 different towers available strategically to stop each wave of baddies breaching the colony gate. Each time you blow an enemy unit to pieces, you’re rewarded with dollars to spend on upgrades. Let one unit slip by intact and roll into the colony compound, though, and you’ll lose a life. Lose all your lives and its mission over.
There are 20 types of enemy unit keen to see you fail, so you’ve got to use your towers, upgrades and reinforcements wisely during the 26 levels. Tower Defense Generals has three difficult levels so you can ramp up the challenge if you’re after a real battle. Mission terrains vary from sun-baked desert to chilly tundra, all rendered in high definition 3D.
This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.
I don't know much about archery in real life, meaning if there's an apocalypse that leaves us having to hunt food without firearms, I won't be much help. But I've always loved archery in comics, movies, and video games, which is one of the reasons I love Bowmasters.
The game's dark humor and silly gore (if there is such a thing) help a lot too. Most of all, I just want to collect all the different characters and put them all through their paces, even if that means they'll all end up dying bloody deaths dozens of times over. C'est la vie, right?
A few new ones were added to the mix in a recent update, meaning there are now more options than ever for your arrow-shooting pleasure. Here's the entire list of Bowmasters in one handy character guide.
Update 08/09/17 - This list now contains all of the characters currently available in the game!
The App Store has been especially generous in recent weeks, and it doesn't seem to be bucking that trend anytime soon. We've got a slew of fresh new deals that just went up this week.
As is tradition, it is our duty to seek out the best discounted games of the week and serve them up to you in one handy little list. Let's see what's on offer this week, shall we?
Miracle Merchant is the latest card game by Tiny Touch Tales taking the internet by storm at the moment, and it's easy to see why. Miracle Merchant is immensely charming with its colorful, hand drawn artwork. And the gameplay, too, is definitely something special.
This clever new game sees players concocting potions in a fantasy shop in a fresh new take on Solitaire. The game requires a certain level of strategy, though, and that's where we come in. Here are some beginner's tips to help you set up shop.
In the world of video games, no one really does a fantasy adventure quite like a good old JRPG. These longer form titles fit right at home in the mobile space, leaving fans of the genre with a wide array of options.
While Final Fantasy is probably the first name you think of when you hear JRPG, there are plenty of other options on the App Store for you try, too. We're here to highlight some of the best JRPGs that don't fall under the Final Fantasy banner. We're sure you'll enjoy them just as much, if not more.
Beat Fever is a new, immensely addictive rhythm game that is a cool combination of Audiosurf and RPG mechanics. Your goal is to level up a team of monsters by tapping through a number of pop music hits.
Like most rhythm games, there's an inherent challenge as you struggle to keep up with the rhythm as songs become more difficult.
In Beat Fever, the better you perform, the more energy you'll have to keep playing, and the more quickly you'll level up. Strong players are greatly rewarded, but there's some room for folks who need a little more practice too.
We have a few tips to help you coast through all of the games levels so you can unlock all of Beat Fever'sfun song challenges.