The cuddly little rhythmamoebathat is Beatbuddy (okay maybe not "amoeba" but there's a certian similarity there) has just gotten an update, and gone on sale along with said update. Oonts-oonts-oonts and all that.
[Can't decide if you can bear all that spelling? Check out our Alphabear review.]
Alphabear is a cool little spelling game that’s almost as habit-forming as its older sibling, Tripletown. That said, it can be a bit tricky at times. That’s why we’ve put together a little something that should help with wrangling those bears.
[Still can't decide if you want to hit that "Download" button? Take a look at our Super Awesome Quest! review.]
Have you just downloaded Super Awesome Quest! and you're not sure where to begin? Don’t worry about it! We’ve got you covered with our handy beginner’s guide, ready to get you all set up and flying through the early levels.
- Right at the start, you get the choice of two heroes. You can control either Greg the Paladin or Val the Valkyrie. Don’t fret too much, though. Once you reach stage 8 you can unlock the other one and switch between them as and when you like.
- As you play, you’ll learn that the different characters offer different benefits, so try to keep their levels about equal. This will seem trickier at first, but you’ll soon get used to regularly switching between the two.
There's a new app in town and it's here to make sifting through your documents easier. And it's called Docady. I mean obviously that's what it's called. It's the name in the headline, right?
Freddy and his pals have been scaring the pants off of people for almost a full year. Now, weeks away from the one year annivarsary of the original Five Nights at Freddy's (seriously, the series has gotten four games in one year), we stand on the brink of Five Nights at Freddy's 4. And let me just say, it looks like the NOPE-iest bunch of NOPE that ever NOPED.
Why Jen is annoyed she can't enjoy comfort gaming.
Koi - Journey of a Fish is a beautiful looking game that calls to mind Flower after about five seconds of watching it in action. And I'm totally okay with that.
Say "hello" to Love You to Bits; a pretty great-looking point-and-click adventure that's coming to the App Store later this year.
Crayola's music-making children's app has been available on Android devices for a bit already, but now it's time for the App Store to get some mix-mastering, Crayola DJ love.
PEAR 2.0 is live, and it adds a few things that have been a long time coming. In addition to all the fitness tracking it already provides, of course.
The new 1.1 update for Alto's Adventure has officially gone live, and it adds a fair bit of stuff to the endless downhill skier/llama racer.
I might be alone in my contempt of Card Wars, but I can't help finding it to be an insult. Charging a premium for what is basically a free-to-play game is just gross. And it's not even "basically," it is a free-to-play game. They just decided to charge money for it. Or at least they did, but now it's free so I'm not quite as mad.
Goats are awesome - we're rather big fans of them here at 148Apps and to celebrate their great contribution to gaming, we're giving away two £50 Steam vouchers.
Mobile gaming has allowed us to live the mass-destruction lifestyle of a goat in Goat Simulator, fight off bottomless goat hunger and a zombie apocalypse in GoatZ, and jump around eating food and creating our own fiendish levels in the Goatup franchise.
You could say it's been pretty good to us goat lovers.
However, we wouldn't go so far as to call ourselves goat experts - as our score of 4 / 12 in this rather humorous online quiz would attest to.
Do you think you can tell your goat from your goatee? If so, take on the challenge yourself - after all, you can't do any worse than we did.
Here at Steel Media, we're giving away two £50 Steam vouchers to celebrate goats in gaming and all you have to do to enter is head on over to Twitter, retweet the following tweet, and follow us.
— PocketGamer (@PocketGamer) July 9, 2015
Easy as that goat quiz, right?
- The competition closes on Tuesday July 14th, 2015 at 9am BST, and no entries will be accepted after this date.
- The winner will be notified by Twitter shortly after the closing date of the competition - make sure you are following ou sister site, Pocket Gamer so your account can receive direct messages.
- The competition is open to UK entrants only.
- 148Apps parent company Steel Media's decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the winners of the competition.
[Not sure if you're ready for Batman in space? Take a look at ourLEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham review.]
Have you just picked up LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham and never played a LEGO game before? it plays a lot like previous LEGO games, so if you follow along and try different characters for different puzzles you'll eventually get the hang of it.The in-game guide is pretty good, but here are a few more tips to get you started.