While we're all super excited about the pending release of Red Dead Redemption 2, it's still quite a ways away. If you need a quality western game in the meantime, though, you'll be pleased to hear there are plenty of mobile options that will help you while away the months until Rockstar's newest cowboy hit lands in stores. Here are five of our favorite games similar to Red Dead Redemption.
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The work week can be tough, but on the bright side, it's almost overandthere are bunches of brand new games to try out this weekend. This week definitely makes up for last week's sleepiness ten-fold. We've got one of the finest RTS game on mobile this week, a lovely little puzzler, and plenty of other goodies to keep you entertained for weeks to come. Let's get right down to it, shall we?
Sports and video games go well together, and that's no exception on mobile devices. There are bunches of quality games that mix old games with the new-fangled games of the video variety. From x-sports to football, there's a sports game for everyone. Here are four of our absolute favorites.
Now that we think of it, it's pretty surprising that Rovio hadn't released a match-three version of Angry Birds, but the inevitable has finally happened in Angry Birds Match. This puzzle game pits the birds against the pigs once more, only this time you'll be scrapping it out in Bejewelled-style gameplay.
Angry Birds Match isn't too concerned with high scores. Instead you'll be challenged to complete a series of objectives each level in order to earn coins and purchase new hatchlings and outfits. To aid you on this quest, we have a few tips.
Angry Birds changes things up a fair bit in its latest iteration, Angry Birds Evolution. The familiar sling-shot physics mechanics are still there, but the game now features team-based gameplay, RPG elements, and a new top-down view.
With all of the new changes, you'll really have to step up your game. Don't worry -- we're here for you. Here are a few beginner's tips to help you along.
Legendary Games has just launched Mordheim: Warband Skirmish, a new turn-based action game for iOS and Android.
Using the central premise of Warhammer’s tabletop spin-off Mordheim, the game is set amongst the ruins of the eponymous city after its destruction by a comet. You control a group of scavengers scouring the rubble for valuable shards of space rock, but in the midst of a civil war, the city is fraught with danger. This danger is primarily posed by rival factions fighting over who should sit on the Emperor’s throne (I guess it must be really comfy or something).
Combat involves strategically taking out your opponents using the turn-based system, but it’s up to you what play-style you choose. You can go all Splinter Cell and hide in the shadows waiting for the right moment to loose an arrow, or go full Rambo and confront enemies head-on instead. The mercenary faction you align yourself with will partly determine your approach. There are three to choose from (with more promised as DLC), each boasting a slightly different skill base – the Reiklanders, the Marienburgers and the Middenheimers.
Rival warbands are controlled by players online, so you won’t necessarily get an easy ride. It’s down to you to customise and train your fighters so they’re ready to take on whoever’s lurking in Mordheim’s dodgy alleyways.
Legendary Games isn’t the first developer to adapt Warhammer lore into a mobile game. In fact, there’s a Warhammer spin on virtually every genre. But rather than awkwardly emulating Angry Birds or Clash of Clans, Mordheim: Warband Skirmish stays faithful to the turn-based strategy of Games Workshop’s tabletop triumph.
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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.
To celebrate this important holiday we're giving you, dear readers, the run down on the five best Star Wars games on the App Store.
Being the mega-franchise that it is, Star Wars has bunches of mobile games, but how do you choose the best of the best? It's not easy, but we here at 148Apps were up the task. Here are our picks.
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.
A "gotta catch 'em all" joke seems appropriate here, even though we're talking animals in Rodeo Stampede and not pocket monsters. By now you've probably had plenty of rides, tamed some animals and built yourself a pretty nice zoo
But how can you be sure you've conquered everything the Savannah has to offer? We've played enough Rodeo Stampede that we can help answer that question for you. Follow our guide to the first environment you need to master and you'll be ready to tackle even more challenges before too long.
Angry Birds Action! is a physics-based puzzler in which you're tasked with dragging and launching birds around an obstacle-littered field to achieve a set objective.
It's simple enough at first, but when wind gets introduced things can get pretty tricky. Here are some tips to deal with wind-based obstacles.