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Good.iWare Ltd. has updated their PDF manager, GoodReader, to version 4.10.0. The update mainly focuses on a new feature that offers 3-tap access to pre-composed signatures. These signatures are stored in encrypted form and can be protected by a fingerprint on devices that have Touch ID.
“We know a lot of our business and government users must digitally sign dozens of documents a day,” said Yuri Selukoff, president of Good.iWare, in a press release. “By providing an easy yet secure way for our customers to sign documents, we make sure that they are able to enjoy the simplicity of working with their documents without fear of those documents being signed without their authorization.”
You can download GoodReader 4.10 on the App Store now for $4.99.
Sunlight Games GmbH has released the Anniversary edition of Gold Rush! for the iPad.
Now you can replay the classic 80s game with touch controls, over 130 pre-rendered images, animated scenes, and new music and voice-overs. You'll be crossing time and space to return to the age of the California Gold Rush. You'll take on the role of Jerrod Wilson as he travels one of three paths to his fortune out west. The game includes a rich adventure full of history and classic American locales
Try your luck on the American frontier in Gold Rush! Anniversary HD for $4.99 on the App Store.
Pixelbite has released a new update for their sci-fi wild west tactical shooter, Space Marshals. The free update includes Chapter 2, which brings you 8 new missions, more weapons and gear, and new enemies.
Join specialist Burton as he hunts down fugitives through space armed with only his wits... and an arsenal of awesome weapons. The game also has a new language update that offers translation for Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
You can download Space Marshals for $4.99 on the App Store.
As mentioned earlier this week, free-to-play turn-based MOBA Aerena: Clash of Champions has a new premium priced version called Aerena - Masters Edition. This new edition eschews its former F2P model in favor of asking players to pay upfront for an experience that's ad-free and eliminates the grind. Since I reviewed Aerena when it first came out and noted the game's somewhat slow progression, I decided to take a look at Masters Edition to see how well it delivers on its promises.
As it turns out, I found myself able to purchase unlocks including new units, ships, and shells all within playing a couple matches, which is a big difference from Clash of Champions. It seems as though Masters Edition is more generous with its in-game currency in general, making progression feel a lot smoother. In doing so, playing it felt more like a game about crafting a loadout that fits a particular playstyle rather than a game about slapping together whatever units and items are the most affordable.
It is worth noting that with this re-release players can still opt to play Aerena in its free-to-play form, and both versions of the game allow players to play against one another. Also worth noting is the fact that the free-to-play version offers time-limited trials of new units, whereas the paid version does not. This isn't really a big deal though, since it is easy enough to unlock units in Masters Edition anyway.
Overall, those that were frustrated by the progression mechanics of Aerena: Clash of Champions in its original form should be pleased with the changes that Aerena - Masters Edition has made. That being said, anyone that wasn't initially compelled by it won't be won over by this new version.
Now you can once again play as the intrepid Dirk the Daring as he fights to save Princess Daphne from Mordroc, the evil wizard. This time, Dirk must rely on a less than reliable time machine to find her before Mordroc can force her into marriage. The app allows you to play through the Original version or the new Director’s Cut - complete with an alternate ending. Will you save Daphne in time or have to face your furious Mother-in-Law and disappointed children?
You can download Dragon's Lair 2: Time Warp HD for $4.99.
Evoland, by Shiro Games, has made the leap from PC to iOS. Now you'll be able to experience the game that levels up along side your character.
Evoland starts with only the most basic of graphics and limited movement (You can only go right at first), but as you explore you'll gain powers like the ability to go left, use weapons, and switch to 3D graphics.
You can download Evoland for $4.99 right now.
Kairosoft has released their newest game, Magazine Mogul. Now you can run your very own your very own
video game studio magazine empire!
As you play you'll be coming up with article ideas, forming a team of writers, and winning over new readers. As your magazine grows in popularity, tourism for your town will also grow. You may even impress the mayor.
You can download Magazine Mogul for $4.99 on the App Store to begin your magazine career.
Warner Bros and TT Games have announced the launch of The LEGO Movie Video Game on iOS. Starring LEGO every-man Emmet on an epic quest after being mistakenly identified as the key to saving the world, The LEGO Movie Video Game features over 90 characters from the film to play as, including Batman, Superman, and Gandalf, as well as 45 levels to build and smash your way through. This mobile version also includes controller support and two touch screen control schemes to choose from: 'Classic' and 'Touch Screen'.
The LEGO Movie Video Game is available to download from the App Store now for
499 Gold studs $4.99.