Hi there, and welcome to our ever-increasing list of the very best games for iPhone. We're going to be updating this regularly with new content, so make sure you check back often, because you're not going to want to miss out on even one of the games we're including here. Trust me, they're that good.
You can click the links below to download the games from the App Store, and find out more about them. And if you've got some games you think should be included, feel free to chuck them into the comments section. Hopefully we can get a good bit of debate going!
After a period of open beta testing, RebirthM has just received its official release in Brazil, and Caret Games is now building up to a global launch. This fantasy action MMORPG is styled after classic PC entries in the genre, as well as other contemporaries for the mobile from fellow South Korean developers. You can look forward to creating and customising a hero, questing across the fantastical land of Arcroth and encountering friend and foe along the way. But those outside Brazil will have to wait a little longer to join the fun. In the mean time, here is a bite-sized guide to RebirthM, so – when the time comes – you can dive right into the action.
Choose your class
As with all the best multiplayer RPGs, RebirthM has a character class system so you can create a hero tailored to your play style. There are four classes available: Ranger, Slayer, Wizard and Berserker. As you'd expect, each class has strengths and weaknesses. If you prefer to be a rough, tough melee specialist, the Slayer or Berserker class will suit. For long-range attacking and spell casting, Rangers and Wizards are best. In guilds, a perfect balance of classes is likely the best way to succeed in battle, since each class's weaknesses are compensated for by another's strengths. So don't be shy, make friends with your fellow heroes.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is an upcoming, exclusively mobile addition to the Elder Scrolls canon. We've known about it since E3 earlier in the year, but as we get closer to its release, we thought we should make sure you're as clued up as we are about what could easily be the game of the year.
When's it coming out? When's it set? What devices can you play it on? We've got all of those questions and more covered in this feature, so you can be certain that when The Elder Scrolls: Blades lands, you're going to be in the best position to slice and dice your way through it's awesome looking fantasy world.
While yesterday's post might have been a bit out of the ordinary, we're trying to keep things stable for the last day of the week. So we've gone right ahead and rounded up the very best games that are on sale for iPhone and iPad right now.
There are some really great games on the list, for fans of strategy, board games, puzzlers, and even running a mall. It's by no means an exhaustive list though, so if you've got your own suggestions feel free to chuck them in the comments section at the bottom of the article. After all, sharing a deal might make you some lovely new friends.
Well done. You've made it to the end of the working week. You deserve a treat. But you don't want to spend all of your money in one go, right? It's only the middle of the month after all. What you need is a deal. Or, more specifically, you need the very best deal. And that's why you've come to check out our list of the best games currently on sale for iPhone and iPad.
As usual, we've stuck download and review links so that you can get all the info you need before you grab a game. And if you think we've missed out any games that are going cheap, then make sure you let us know in the comments. That way we can all save the same amount of money and have a lovely cake or something at the weekend.
There's always a whole bunch of games on sale on the App Store. So much so that it's often difficult to decide which of them you should be chucking your money at. But that's where we come in. Every week we round up the very best games that have had some cash knocked off their normal price.
We've included download links for all of the games as well, so you can swoop over to the App Store and grab the games without too much hassle. And, where they exist, we've given you links to our reviews of the games too. That way, if you need to read more before your purchase, you're all set. And if you think we've missed anything, make sure you let us know in the comments.
The tentpole JRPG franchise for well over 30 years now, Final Fantasy has been capturing the hearts of both western and eastern audiences for almost as long as it's been available to them. Each new entry brings with it an entirely new cast of heroes, game mechanics, and story, with maybe the odd spin-off or fighting game variant sprinkled in for good measure. Because, why not?
It's a series that's become known for regularly regenerating itself. And while it's fairly easy to keep up with the mainline numbered entries on consoles, Final Fantasy on mobile proves to be a different beast. To help separate the rough from the smooth and your turn-based battlers from your straight action epics, here's our comprehensive breakdown of the Final Fantasy titles on IOS worth looking into.
Oh hi nice reader, and thanks for popping in to check out our weekly round-up of all the stuff that you might have missed across the Steel Media network. Yeah, that's right, it's a big ol' network. Obviously 148Apps is the best, but there are some other awesome sites involved too.
And like I say, this is a weekly round-up. So it'll happen next week as well. Essentially we want to make sure that you're up to date with all the comings and goings of the world of mobile and portable gaming. Come back next week, and you'll have all the knowledge to wow your friends and shut down your foes.
Sometimes it feels like everything is superheroes nowadays. Films, books, drawings on the wall, breakfast cereals, everything is branded with something-man or captain-thingy. And it's no different in the world of mobile gaming either.
Which is why I've gone and written up this excellent list of superbly heroic games that you can download from the App Store right now. I've included links so you can download the games, as well as ones that will take you to our review of the game if we've got one. You're welcome.
Delve into the crowded halls of the Play Store and you’ll find mobile fantasy strategy MMOs-a-plenty. One that’s kicking off the new year in style however is IGG’s Lords Mobile, which has beaten out the fierce competition to receive Google Play’s highly-coveted “Android Excellence” award - a scheme that recognises some of the best experiences and top performing games available on the platform.
The game – which first hit digital store shelves in 2016 – lets players run wild, collecting their own cast of kooky combatants to better build up their own army before fighting with others online. Visuals are rendered fully in 3D, with Lords Mobile’s colourful and cartoony art-style going some way to entice Android users to experience the game’s fleshed-out strategic gameplay.
Friday has crept up on us once again, so it's time to honor the best new games we've played over the past few days. This past week was a pretty exciting one, with the debut of lots of beautiful new indies and some familiar faces returning to the fray. There are a lot of excellent new games to dig into this weekend, so we hope you've freed up some space on your calendar!
NCSoft’s hit fantasy MMORPG series has just made the leap to mobile with the help of Netmarble in Lineage II: Revolution. With over 1.5 million players having already pre-registered ahead of the game’s launch, Revolution hit the app stores yesterday and is proving to be the biggest multiplayer experience on iOS and Android.
Lineage II: Revolution offers players a full-scale MMO world full of stunning fantasy landscapes and epic battles and castle sieges. The game revamps its predecessor’s character design system, allowing players to create their own unique hero before joining thousands of others to save the world in story quests, or fighting it out against others in the game’s substantial multiplayer modes.
If you come to MMORPGs, or any other multiplayer game for that matter, for PVP, Revolution has a plethora of options. Choose from 3vs3, 5vs5, 20vs20, or even 50vs50 PVP modes. Each lets you test your prowess as a hero in unique ways, adding hours to an already massive experience.
Lineage II: Revolution has already seen huge success in East Asia, where it quickly hit the top of the App Store charts in South Korea and Japan. Now it’s your turn to experience it all for the first time. Lineage II: Revolution is out now on iOS and Android.
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Yes, it's time. Your favorite day of the week has rolled around once more. It's Wednesday, which means its time to scope out the biggest deals in mobile gaming this week. There are games old and new on this list -- plenty to scratch that gaming itch should you need something to play on the cheap. Let's hop to it, shall we?