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BoneSwiper review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 22nd, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: DUNGEON THREES
This Threes!-like may not look too pretty, but its got a lot of neat ideas.

Abi: A Robot’s Tale review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 21st, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: A BIT SHORT
This adventure game is filled with tons of charm and heart, but it ends too quickly.


RPGolf review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 21st, 2017
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: BOGEY BUMMER
RPGolf is full of potential, but squanders it at almost every turn.

Flipflop Solitaire review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 20th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: FLIP AWAY
Flipflop Solitaire is great for what it is, and what it is is mostly just Solitaire.


Tower Fortress review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 16th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: UPWELL
Tower Fortress takes Downwell and flips it upside down into something new.

Sky Gamblers - Infinite Jets review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 15th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: PLANES ON PLAINS
Infinite Jets tries to take the magic of Infinite Tanks to the skies, but fails to reach new heights.


Starman: Tale of Light review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 13th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: TALE OF LITE
Starman is a short but sweet artistic puzzler.

South Park: Phone Destroyer review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on November 9th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: CLONE DESTROYER
South Park: Phone Destroyer is an ok Clash Royale clone, but does precious little with its license and feels overburdened with free-to-play hooks.


Merge Farm! beginner tips and tricks

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 8th, 2017

Gram Games latest project, Merge Farm! is out now. It's an endless clicker turned strategy game in which you take a plot of land and turn it into a farm. Plant crops, manage your buildings, and keep your customers coming back to become the most successful farmer in the land.

Merge Farm! may seem overwhelming at first, but we're here to help with some nifty beginner tips and tricks. Off we go!

Questland beginner's guide - how to gain levels fast and earn plenty of gems

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 8th, 2017

Questland is an exciting new RPG that allows you to create a fantasy hero of your choosing and head into battle on a quest for epic loot. If you're a fan of games where collecting plays a big part, you'll likely enjoy this little number from Gamesture.

There is a lot to do, though, and there are many factors that will play into your character's success. We've got a few tips to help you get started on the right path.

Why you shouldn't worry about micro-transactions in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 7th, 2017



Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp,
Nintendo's latest mobile game set to arrive at the end of this month, was announced in a Nintendo Direct a few weeks ago, and it has folks quite excited. It's a complete Animal Crossing game that you'll be able to play on your iPhone or Android.

The game's free-to-play system did draw some attention when it was first revealed, but we're here to tell you that there isn't much to worry about, especially after having played a good bit of the game in soft launch. Here's why.

Should you get an iPhone X? 3 reasons for and against

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 7th, 2017



Apple's new premium mobile model, the iPhone X has finally hit stores, though competition is quite fierce if you want to get your hands on one. Supply of the phone will be limited for the next few weeks, so if you want to grab one early, you might have to fight for it.

But if you're wavering over whether or not you should by the latest, shiniest iPhone, here are a few pros and cons to help your decision along.

Questland is an RPG fan’s dream

Posted by 148Apps Staff on November 6th, 2017
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Fully customizable characters, exciting multiplayer events on a grand scale, and unbelievable bosses all await you in Questland, Gamesture’s latest first-person RPG adventure. If you haven’t given the game a try yet, what are you waiting for? Now’s the perfect time to catch up on what you’ve been missing.

Questland draws the eye with its unique vector graphics that bring your character to life. You’ll create a hero in your own image, customizing everything from hair to facial features. Once character creation is all taken care of, you’re ready to explore all that Questland has to offer. This expansive first-person RPG is filled to the brim with multiplayer quests and events. If crafting’s your bag, there are competitions for that. If you’re looking to embark on quests, Questland has you covered. Or perhaps you’re interesting in epic boss fights? Yep, you can even join others to take down terrible monsters.

As you make a name for yourself in this fantasy world, you’ll collect some pretty amazing gear, too. You can dress your character up in dozens of finely crafted armor sets that will not only beef up your hero, they’ll make you look super cool in the process. Arm yourself with unique weapons including, but certainly not limited to, swords, battle axes, and much more.

There’s always something new to do in Questland. You can join in right now on iOS, though Android users can expect a version on Google Play in the near future.

This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.

Everything you need to know about Hearthstone's new expansion, Kobolds and Catacombs

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 6th, 2017
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: PERFECTLY (WAR)CRAFTED :: Read Review »

Some of the biggest news coming out of Blizzcon 2017 this past weekend was the announcement of the newest Hearthstone expansion, Kobolds and Catacombs. It's the latest addition to the game following the Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion that launched this past summer. There's a lot of info floating around out there, so we've gone and gathered up everything you can expect from Kobolds and Catacombs right here in one nifty article.

The best deals on the App Store this week - November 6

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 6th, 2017



Another week means a fresh batch of sales on the App Store. You'll find that Apple has a moving cycle on discounted games that shifts from week to week, and now we're here to present you with a fresh batch of games on the cheap. Narrative adventures, bizarre space titles, and more are all featured in this week's roundup. Let's take a look.

Sonic Forces: Speed Battle guide - how to keep ahead of the competition

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 3rd, 2017

Sonic returns to mobile in yet another endless runner, but this time with a twist. Sonic Forces: Speed Battle pits you against other real-life players in competitive multiplayer, giving the game an intense competitive edge. Rather than just chasing after a high score, racing against other players adds a unique emphasis on skill and honing your technique. If you're looking to rise to the top in Speed Battle, here are a few helpful tips.

The best new games we played this week - November 3

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 3rd, 2017



Happy Friday, friends. The weekend is upon us again. Let's take a few moments to reflect back on the last few days gone by and highlight some of the finest mobile gaming experiences of the week. The are some new faces and old friends in the mix, but we're certain there's something for everyone on this particular list. Let's take a look.

FROST guide - how to win without worry

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 3rd, 2017

In this stressful world, it's nice to find a game that you can just sit back and chill out with. FROST just happens to be that game. It's as peaceful puzzle experience in which you guide flecks of light into orbs to jump to the next level. It's a game that encourages you to just go with the flow and try new things. With no timers, premium currency, or ads, it's easy to just settle in and enjoy the game.

There are a few things to keep in mind if you get stuck, though. Here are a few tips to help you out of a rut.

The best games we played in October

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 3rd, 2017

October was a very kind month for mobile gamers, and we've got eleven excellent games to show for it. As we head full speed into November, let's take a few moments to look back and appreciate all of the fine new releases we were treated to last month. There were quite a few games ported over from other consoles, as well as a generous helping of unique mobile IPs that made their debut in October. Let's take a look.

Point-and-click game Indygo is out on Steam

Posted by 148Apps Staff on November 2nd, 2017

The small team of artists from Poland’s Pigmentum Games has been toiling away for two years in an effort to create an interactive portrait of depression. The result is Indygo, an atmospheric point-and-click story. The game was recently released on Steam, published by fellow Polish company Fat Dog Games.

Indygo’s narrative follows an artist called Thomas Perry as he contends with crippling depression. You take control of the man across the months he spends holed up in his cramped studio, uncovering his story through his written correspondence with the likes of his girlfriend-cum-carer and concerned doctor.

As with most point-and-click games, there are puzzles to solve throughout, typically centred on the various objects dotted around the studio. You’re also posed with problems that have a number of possible answers. The response you choose can directly affect Thomas’ ending, so you can replay the game to see where different choices take you.

Everything in Indygo is designed to reflect the protagonist’s mood, with the hand-drawn visuals literally tinted with the blues and accompanied by a chilly piano score.

Having completed a tour of important games conventions across Europe and beyond, Indygo has now been released on Steam, and is available in seven languages including English, Spanish and French.

Double Dice guide - beginner tips and tricks

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 2nd, 2017

Double Dice! is a stylish new puzzle game by Tigrido. It looks like a well made match 3 game, but we assure you Double Dice! will defy all of your expectations. The main gist is thus -- combine identical dice to create dice of a higher value to get as many points as possible before you run out of moves.

The game is actually a pretty deep puzzle game that requires a high level of strategy to master—if you're a fan of games like chess that hide innumerable techniques to master, Double Dice! is one to add to your collection.

If you're a beginner, though, we've come up with a few tips to help you go pro.

Try to link the number five dice

Don't match your number five dice right away. Wait and see if you can get another set of five nearby that can link with your first set. Number five dice clear out an entire row of die, so if you clear out another number five in the same row, you'll set off a chain reaction.

Tap the UFO

As you get to matching dice to create new dice of a higher value, you might be visited by a little UFO as time goes by. Tap on it quickly to get a nice coin bonus.

If you're stuck, make room for the crystals

Sometimes, though, you might get stuck. There are plenty of dice to match, but you may only have a few moves left, or you're not sure what the best combo is. If there's a crystal on your board, try clearing that out. It will change up the die significantly, giving you some fresh options that might inspire you.

Did we forget something? Be sure to share your own advice in the comments below.

The best mobile games like Super Mario Odyssey

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 1st, 2017



Super Mario Odyssey
arrived last week, and it's already being lauded as one of the best action adventure platformers in gaming history. People are delighting in all of the hidden treasures lying in wait in each of Odyssey's colorful worlds, and Nintendo has once again proven that they know how to produce a masterfully designed video game.

However, if you don't have a Nintendo Switch, or you're looking for a similar experience on your mobile device, don't despair. There are quite a few top notch platformers for you, too. Here are five of the best.

The best mobile games to play this Halloween

Posted by Jessica Famularo on October 31st, 2017

Happy Halloween, 148Apps readers! We're celebrating the occasion by playing some of the spookiest games on the App Store. We've got dungeon crawlers, pyschological thrillers, and much more. And if you're not so into things that go bump in the night, we have a few, more relaxing Halloween treats that anyone can enjoy. Let's take a look.