Justice League Action Run is a licensed endless runner, yes, but it also throws a lot of action challenges into the mix to really add some flavor. It's a game that requires you to adapt on the fly, and there's quite a bit of strategy involved. Fortunately, we have a few tips to not only ensure you complete every mission successfully, but to complete them in style.
That's another week in the books, signalling another roundup of the best new games we got to play this week. There was quite a range, from reimaginings of arcade classics to atmospheric indie puzzlers. If you're looking for something new to try out, here are the finest games that have launched recently.
It’s weapons and war machines galore in Smilegate’s new tank battler Super Tank Rumble, available now
Placing just as much emphasis on intuitive assembly preparation as well as thrilling online PVP battling, Super Tank Rumble makes it easy to customise the ultimate war machine thanks to simple drag and drop controls. Collect parts, earn upgrades, and blend them all together in the game’s creation mode, you’ll be tanking your foes for the memories in no time.
Well, it's come down to this, folks. The next, highly anticpated installment of the Zombie Gunship series is finally launching this May. Zombie Gunship Survival puts players in the seat of an AC-130 aircraft to mow down the zombie horde in a fresh, scenario-based twist on the zombie shooter genre.
Risk it all with turn-based multiplayer warfare in Attack Your Friends! available now on mobile devices
Swedish game developer Play by Turns is aiming to revive the classic competitive action of board games past with their new release Attack Your Friends!, a mobile game inspired by the likes of Risk which places emphasis on turning friends into foes, and foes into dust.
Attack Your Friends!is free to download now from the App Store, giving players the opportunity to enjoy global domination in slick asynchronous multiplayer gameplay. You’ll never be forced to play online with others at the same time thanks to simple push notifications that let you know when you come under attack. You’ll be able to move your troops and gain the advantage whenever is convenient.
It seems like only yesterday we were reviewing Red's Kingdom (it was early February in fact, and we liked the game quite a lot), yet now we've been treated to a new, major update that gives us plenty more to do in case you thought Red's journey was actually coming to an end.
Niantic Labs' CEO John Hanke took to the stage at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to talk about how plans have shifted from the game's inception to the present, giving us a few hints at what's to come in the process.
Tavern Guardians is a match-three game that brings some much-needed innovation to what is a tired genre in mobile gaming. Players match objects to attack enemies while healing themselves, forcing players to rethink their approach to the typical Bejewelled-like. Tavern Guardians can prove quite a challenge at first, but we've got a few helpful tips to make sure you survive no matter what the game throws at you.
Inkle's latest project could be its most exciting yet, following the widespread success of their past two games, Sorcery! and 80 Days. Their latest title, Heaven's Vault, which was announced at GDC this week, steps away from the gamebook genre, and instead is a mix of visual novel and open world elements.
If you’re wondering what’s going on in the wider world of portable gaming, our sister site PocketGamer has you covered.
Each week we like to check in on the PG team and see what they’ve been preoccupied with. From the latest on the Nintendo Switch to the best mobile games of the moment, there’s much to discuss.
Here are the hottest topics that have been getting the PocketGamer crew excited over the past seven days or so.
Atooi Games, the minds behind Totes the Goat and Mutant Mudds, have a new game in the works -- Mudd Masher. The game, a hybrid of the independent studio's first two titles, is expected to launch this week on March 2.
The App Store has quite an exciting lineup of discount games this week that range across a variety of genres. It's a great opportunity to catch up on some of the premium games you may have been holding off on -- and some you can even grab for free. Here are the best deals happening right now.
Ah, here we are again at the close of another busy week. Don't rest too easy, though. We had a lot of great new releases in mobile games this week, and now you're going to have to spend all weekend playing them. That shouldn't be too much of a chore, considering there were quite a few top notch titles debuting on the App Store this week. Here are our favorites.
Rollercoaster Tycoon recently made its debut a few months ago, with a premium remake of the original two games. If you're looking for something a little more lightweight that might translate better to smaller screens, however, you might want to give Rollercoaster Tycoon Touch a go. It's a free-to-play collectible card game that's classic Rollercoaster Tycoon at its core. The new collectible card elements might be a little strange if you're used to the original Rollercoaster Tycoon, though. We have some advice to help you navigate those choppy waters.
The Rabbids are back in a new endless running adventure, Rabbids Crazy Rush. It's more ridiculous cartoon craziness as you help the little furballs gather enough fuel (soda) to get to the moon. Sure, it's a silly idea, but everyone has dreams -- even little Rabbids. Along the way there are missions to complete and items to collect. If you want to finish your goal in due time, follow these handy tips.