Soccer Physics, the hugely popular physics-based arcade game is now free until the end of the month. Ojala's other mobile titles are free as well, although these discounts come with some bittersweet news.
The Legend of Zelda is the next Nintendo mobile game following Animal Crossing, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal citing unnamed sources. The same report says that Animal Crossing will be going mobile in the latter half of 2017, so we can likely expect Zelda sometime in early 2018 if all goes smoothly.
Crash Club is a hugely chaotic multiplayer high score chaser. The aim of the game? To smash into as many things as possible, including other cars. If that's not enough destruction for you, you can load up your car with guns to pick off your opponents from afar.
It sounds simple on paper, but when you throw 30 players into the mix, things can get pretty crazy, especially as a low level player. We have a few tips to help you survive and grow more powerful.
Injustice 2 Mobile has finally arrived, giving fighting game fans another outlet for quality brawling on iOS and Android. The game's mobile iteration sees you tapping to fight it out against familiar DC heroes and baddies. There's a lot of complexity you'll need to master before you can become a true champion, though. We've gathered a few tips to help get you started.
Faraway is a new game that looks quite a bit like other environmental puzzlers like Myst and The Witness, and it's out today. em>Faraway sees you exploring 18 puzzle-packed temples as you seek to fulfill your father's legacy as a renowned archaeologist.
Only a month since the Easter update, VC Mobile is giving Creature Quest players another mother load of bonuses. This time it’s to celebrate Mother’s Day, observed during May in over 100 countries around the world.
The first perks to pick up in the update are the check-in rewards. From May 11-18, logging in to Creature Quest daily gets you loot including tokens, battle coins, essence and energy. When you log in, you’ll also notice the loading and homepage screens have been adorned with gifts and flowers in honour of Mother’s Day.
There’s a new quest called Mommy Meowgic to complete, too, during which you’ll barter with a brand new Legendary creature – the Sphinx. You’re rewarded for finishing the quest with a chance of acquiring a Rare, Epic or Legendary critters including a Lizard Man Archer, and Mummy. The quest is only available for a limited time, so be quick.
If you want to net yourself a Sphinx, you’ll have the chance to do so in the Mother’s Day Summon offers event. From May 12-18, any Diamond Summon has the chance of revealing a Sealed With A Kiss box. Inside will be 1 of 8 creatures – four Epic (Dark Elf, Griffin, Siren and Harpy) and four Legendary (Shadow Temptress, Medusa, Sorceress and Sphinx). Good luck!
Along with the seasonal events, VC Mobile has introduced a new time-saving feature. Quick Questing means you can skip to the end of a quest you’ve completed in the past, and still get some of the rewards. It’s not free, however, so make sure you have sufficient battle coins and energy if you want to use it – especially for more difficult quests.
This post by sponsored by Steel Media Preferred Partners.
We saw a bunch of new games added to the App Store's ever-increasing catalogue this week, but not all of them were winners. Still, there's a good batch to choose from this week, many of which our reviews editor, Campbell, scored quite highly. Here's your weekly breakdown of all of the best titles worth playing this week.
Battle Bay is Rovio’s latest game, trading mean-spirited birds for tiny warships. It’s as good it as it gets when it comes to competitive mobile games.
While it’s great fun heading out to the high seas to challenge the competition, there’s a lot of strategy and planning involved, too. Here are a few tips to help you get ahead.
The Sims is making a return to mobile in the aptly titled The Sims Mobile. Details are sparse at the moment, but it looks like the game is modeled after the legacy challenge in the Sims 4. Players follow a family through the generations, developing their skills and collecting heirlooms that open up new opportunities for future sims down the line.
Skullgirls became something of a cult favorite after it was first released on PC and console way back in 2012. The game's even developed something of a competitive scene over the years. Now, after a long wait, the game is finally making its mobile debut.
Though the terms “relaxing” and “challenging” might not win any competitions for being the next “fish and chips” or “rock and roll”, these act as the two core gameplay concepts for Infinity Games’ latest woodland puzzler: What, The Fox?, where it’s your task to ensure that no fox gets left behind.
Set against a soundtrack full of natural woodland sounds, What, The Fox? is a game that places emphasis on providing players with a tranquil yet head-scratching fox-filled adventure. In either story or infinity mode, What, The Fox? sets you the objective of helping each furry critter find their way home, achieved via swiping in the necessary direction of each next respective hole.
Don’t be fooled by the soothing sounds of leaves crunching and the wind blowing however, difficulty rises during every step of your journey, and later sleepy foxes require an even closer eye if you’re to succeed. Solve their charades, guide them into the holes, and work your mind. Doing so means you’ll be rewarded with a maximum 3 star rating, which in turn can unlock new game packages.
All of What, The Fox?’s 100 story levels and ones found within infinite mode can be resolved multiple ways, making it easy to find a fresh experience every time you wish to squeeze in a quick play session. Don’t see a clear path one way? Try another. The game provides more than enough opportunities for players to surprise themselves mentally.
This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.
Fire Emblem Heroes' 1.3.0 update has gone live to add some extra balance to the game's Arena. It looks as though Nintendo is listening to early complaints about the game's IAP system. This most recent update makes strides to improve player rewards and ensure fairness. Let's see what's new.
Eden Renaissance is a new isometric puzzle game landing on iOS and Android later this month. The game, which features cooperative elements, tells the story of a young archaeologist who finds a mysterious creature deep in Antarctica. The two team up in an adventure that could change the entire world.
Spring is well under way, though depending on where you are in the world it might not quite feel like it just yet. Regardless, it's never too early or too late to start honing your green thumb. If you're not sure where to start, we're here to recommend a few helpful apps that will get you started.
Niantic Labs still has big plans for Pokémon GO, partnering with the Knight Foundation to put together a number of community events that will encourage players to explore their cities.