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Season 3 of Zombies, Run! Starts Right Now – Includes Over 60 New Weekly Missions and More

Posted by on April 16th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Zombies, Run! has been giving iOS users a reason to keep running (i.e. zombies) for a while now. So long, in fact, that the app has just begun its third season of content.

The new 3.0 update includes over 60 new missions that will be doled out weekly, a new Statistics view that makes it a snap to see all that delicious running data, a Codex to chronicle your collection, interval training, and an all-new look.

“It’s been wonderful to go back to Abel Township for the creation of this new season of the game,” said Naomi Alderman (co-creator and lead writer) in a press release, “We’ve got plot twists galore ahead, as Runner Five has to deal with bigger enemies, more dastardly plots, and of course the constant presence of slavering zombies eager to chomp down on human flesh.”

You can grab the updated Zombies, Run! off the App Store right now. Please note that if you’ve already purchased the Race Missions packs or Season 2, you should tap “Restore Purchases” from within the app.

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CLARC Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Romance. Kidnapping. Heroics. Inebriated robots? Trust me, it works. CLARC is an action-puzzle game not to be missed.

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Monument Valley Review

Monument Valley Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Monument Valley is beautiful, that is unquestionable. But how it holds up as a game is debatable.

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Wide BannerMonument Valley can be a confusing game at first glance: its worlds are built to mess with players’ perceptions of them. However, by keeping a few good tips in mind, it’s possible to master Monument Valley. And if not – we have playthrough videos of the entire game to help you out.

The trick the game pulls, similar to an M.C. Escher painting, is that real-world perspective is essentially useless. Mainly, if a place looks like it can be traveled to, then it can. So when manipulating objects, don’t consider their absolute position, consider where they are relative to Ida. This is often the key to many puzzles: moving an object in one spot where according to its perspective, Ida can reach it, then moving it with Ida on the object, to where she needs to go. This is the backbone to the majority of the game’s puzzles.

Remember that the key rule to interacting with Ida is that she can only move where you can see her, so if a path is hidden to you, it’s likely that it is not the right path – at least for this perspective. Maybe a quick rotation will do the trick? Don’t be afraid to experiment – there’s no way to die or otherwise fail at the game.

If a location can be traveled to, it will illuminate with a circle around it. This doesn’t mean that Ida will travel to it, just that it’s actually possible to go there. This is worth keeping in mind if one gets stuck.

The crows can be tricky, but it’s often just a matter of timing to get out of their way to let them pass. Remember that objects can be moved while the crows are on them. Ida is the only character in the game who can cause parts of the level to be non-manipulatable. If the mechanism doesn’t change into an unworkable state (the handles on cranks will retract if Ida is on their manipulatable portions) then it can be manipulated.

Monument Valley CrowsKeep these tips in mind, and the world of Monument Valley can be explored in all its glory.

OptimizeMe Review

OptimizeMe Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Tracking everything you do in your life has never been quite so comprehensive or as intimidating as this.

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Little Big Adventure Review

Little Big Adventure Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A charming classic brought to iOS, Little Big Adventure maintains its charm but that control system is awkward.

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Star Horizon Review

Star Horizon Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Lost in Space? Nothing helps to solve that problem like a fully-armed space vessel.

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Square Enix Puts Secret of Mana on Sale for a Limited Time

Posted by on March 25th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Secret of Mana, the fun, engaging, classic action RPG, is on sale for a limited time.

The game itself highlights the battle adventures of Randi and his two companions. Beasts, forests, and mystical powers populate the gameplay.

Secret of Mana is available for $3.99 for a limited time.

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Flight Review

Flight Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Making it stylish and easy to look at flight information, Flight is a handy tool for the regular traveller.

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First Strike Review

First Strike Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
War, what is good for? Well, it makes for an entertaining real-time strategy game at least.

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Doggins Review

Doggins Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
A touch on the easy side and quite short, Doggins is still a charming delight of an adventure game.

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Principia Review

Principia Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Principia is an in-depth building/tinkering/creation game aimed directly at engineering and electronics enthusiasts.

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Tabasco Interactive, the independent studio behind upcoming space action game Star Horizon, has yet to release a game at all if its website is to be believed. But this new dashingly beautiful 3D space shooter that they’re about to throw at us looks to be a very promising first entry into the App Store.

In a similar visual style to EVE Online (and notably without the ridiculous massively multiplayer online aspect), Star Horizon tries to set itself apart with beautiful graphics, “dynamic and intuitive handling” of your spaceship, and the ability to “write your own galactic story” among many other features. The game is on-rails, an aspect that apparently was decided on to make the game “more about pure action and not flying around trying to catch the target,” according to a post made by the developers on TouchArcade.

Expect the game to be released on March 20th with a price tag of $3.99; Tabasco says the app will be free of in-app purchases.

source: Tabasco Interactive
Out There Review

Out There Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Out There is quite an interesting interstellar adventure, but the sheer level of randomness might turn off some players.

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Pigeon Presents: Mo… on the Go! Review

Pigeon Presents: Mo… on the Go! Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Pigeon Presents: Mo... on the Go! includes a collection of activities based on the storybooks by Mo Willems.

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Card Wars – Adventure Time Review

Card Wars – Adventure Time Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Card Wars is fantastic up until the free-to-play aspects become apparent, which is a problem in a game that has an up front cost.

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MindMeld Review

MindMeld Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
A smart voice assistant with voice conferencing functionality, MindMeld listens in and offers plenty of relevant search results based on one's speech.

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2K Drops the Price on Six of its Titles in Celebration of the Chinese New Year, Limited Time Deal Only

Posted by on January 31st, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

2K is celebrating the Chinese New year by reducing the price for 6 of its mobile titles for a limited time only. Users can now pick up Civilization Revolution, NHL 2K11, and Sid Meier’s Pirates! for $1.99, 2K Drive for $0.99, NBA 2K14 for $3.99, and XCOM: Enemy Unknown for $9.99. Now go enjoy some alien eliminating, hard checking, three point shooting discounted mobile games!

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Stephen Hawking’s Snapshots of the Universe Price Reduced to $3.99 for Today Only

Posted by on January 29th, 2014
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

Stephen Hawking’s Snapshots of the Universe is available for the discounted price of $3.99 for today only. The app is celebrating the premier of a PBS documentary where Hawking provides the viewers with a personal look into his world. The documentary airs tonight at 10/9c.

The Animal Alphabet Singers Review

The Animal Alphabet Singers Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The Animal Alphabet Singers introduces both letters and well as animals to children with a great use of style.

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HotPot Recipe Manager gets a new update that automatically adds detailed nutritional information to every recipe. There is also a graph that displays the nutritional value of each ingredient in the recipe. Users can even sort their recipes based on nutritional information.

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Lost Toys Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A puzzler unlike others, Lost Toys is a gorgeous, other-worldly experience that evokes deep and utter absorption.

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Violett Review

Violett Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Violett is an odd adventure game that has a lot of promise, but it fails to keep gamers interested for long.

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Detective Grimoire Review

Detective Grimoire Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Great voice-acting, interesting gameplay, and top-notch animations set Detective Grimoire apart from the masses in a fantastic crime-solving adventure.

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Detective Grimoire – Solve a Swampy Murder Mystery in SFB Games’ New Adventure

Posted by on January 3rd, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

A murder has been committed in a small, backwoods swamp town and the primary suspect may not even exist! Detective Grimoire is a mystery-adventure game in which you’ll be questioning a broad assortment of characters, solving numerous puzzles, gathering clues, presenting evidence, and exploring potentially dangerous marshes – all so you can find out whodunnit. Or maybe whatdunnit, seeing as many of the townsfolk are convinced the culprit was actually a legendary swamp creature. It all began several years ago as a flash game and has since expanded to include more detailed environments, fully-voiced dialogue, and a very extensive multi-platform release.

You can jump into the intrigue by nabbing Detective Grimoire from the App Store for $3.99.

Waterlogue Review

Waterlogue Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Turn photographs into watercolor images in this simple to use photo filtering app.

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Quarriors Review

Quarriors Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Quarriors is a faithful adaptation of the table-top game, but doesn’t *quite* hit all the right notes.

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The Walk Review

The Walk Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
With a captivating storyline and accurate pedometer recordings, The Walk turns every commute or casual stroll into a cause for excitement.

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The Walk is a Fitness App with a Story of Survival, Tracks Player Steps and Features Over 800 Minutes of Audio

Posted by on December 13th, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

The Walk – Fitness Tracker and Game tracks every step the player takes in this new fitness game from the makers of Zombies, Run! A bomb goes off and players are given a package that could save the world, though they must walk the entire length of the UK to survive.

The app uses a step counter that tracks every walk and run the player takes and displays it on a map for their viewing, and it also adjusts the difficulty to each individuals fitness level. It comes with 65 episodes and 800 minutes of audio to experience during this journey.

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continue?9876543210 Review

continue?9876543210 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A very peculiar game that answers the age-old questions: What happens to video game characters when they die? And what if they don't want to die?

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