Posted by Jennifer Allen on June 17th, 2014 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
There’s a chunky new update for everyone’s favorite Twitter client app, Tweetbot 3. The app now offers support for viewing and posting multiple images, as well as a shiny new play icon for Instagram videos.
Along the way, Tapbots has also ironed out a number of niggling bugs as well as included Spanish localization for those who prefer who prefer their exciting tweets to have an element of ‘Ole!’ to them.
Tweetbot 3 is available on the App Store for $4.99.
After four years and six highly acclaimed games, MADFINGER Games celebrates their fourth anniversary by releasing an Enhanced Edition update for SHADOWGUN.
Not only have the already impressive graphics have been retooled for better optimization on older devices, but MADFINGER Games has also improved the handling, added cloud backup for your games, and created four more levels to continue the story of John Slade and his hunt for Dr. Edgar Simon. The game now supports iOS 7 and iPhone 5c/iPhone 5s. With all these upgrades, you won’t want to pass it up.
Posted by Blake Grundman on June 12th, 2014 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Just when you thought the rave reviews for Launch Center Pro had started to die down, Contrast Apps goes and infuses their fantastic quick-launch hub with even more awesome features. For example: have you ever wanted to express yourself purely in GIF form? Well now you can, using the app’s build in Giphy search functionality.
Additionally, there are now location-based events that can be set up to occur on command, users can scan in barcodes and QR codes, and even notification sounds can be customized for specific events. The ultimate tool has somehow managed to get even better.
Launch Center Pro is available now as an iPhone focused app for $4.99.
Posted by Blake Grundman on June 11th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
There was once a time in nearly every person’s life when they enjoyed partaking in childish shenanigans. A perfect example of these events include things like pickup games of football in the yard, involving all of the neighborhood kids. Well now, thanks to the new game Soccerinho, you can relive these childhood memories – only with a different kind of football.
Featuring a collection of soccer-centric mini-games, Soccerinho will take players on an atmospheric adventure back to the streets of Prague, long before the days of this World Cup madness. The title’s 84 levels should offer more than enough ball bending fun to keep players busy for the foreseeable future.
Soccerinho is available now as a Universal app for $4.99.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on June 10th, 2014 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Runtastic PRO, the running app that seems to do it all, has released a new update to keep their fans motivated. Runners can now try to beat their best times with the new “Challenge a Run” feature and keep things exciting with 2 new story runs: Alcatraz 2 and Weight Loss.
Runtastic PRO is available on the App Store for $4.99.
Posted by Ellis Spice on June 9th, 2014 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
After a brief roll-out period over on Android, online multiplayer is now available for the iOS version of Catan. “Cataniens” can compete against others on iOS and Android in both basic and Seafarers games, with support for Cities & Knights set to arrive in the next update. In order to play online, players will need to register in-game.
Posted by Ellis Spice on June 3rd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
In the newest update for Worms 3, Team 17 has welcomed in the World Cup by bringing in soccer-themed elements to celebrate. Alongside some minor bug fixes, this update makes it so in-game menus and grenades are now soccer-themed, with two new soccer-themed hats also available for your worms to wear.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on June 3rd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Need the sweet high that only raising a plot of corn can give you? The newest release from Kairosoft, Pocket Harvest, feeds your farming addiction. Challenge yourself to raise prize winning crops and animals while building compelling tourist attractions to create the greatest farm mankind has ever known. And with tourism comes the ability to invite your friends to witness the glory of your agriculture. So strap on your overalls!
Pocket Harvest is available for $4.99 on the App Store.
The rather popular point-and-click adventure game that is Secret Files Tunguska is making its way to iOS, courtesy of FISHLABS and Deel Silver.
The game is loosely based around actual events involving the Tunguska event in 1908. You’ll be in control of Nina, a mechanic searching for her father who quickly gets swept up in all sorts of global conspiracy craziness. It also features some lovely visuals, as well as a supposed 12+ hours of adventuring.
Secret Files Tunguska will be available towards the end of June for $4.99.
Posted by Ellis Spice on May 28th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
It’s time for Mika Mobile‘s Battleheart to rise again. A re-imagined 3D version entitled Battleheart Legacy can now be found on the App Store, allowing players to customize their unique hero and forge their legacy once more.
This version of the game features a refined real-time combat system, with movement and attacking controlled simply with taps on the screen. The game also features over 150 unique skills between 12 classes and over 200 pieces of equipment to collect along the way, allowing players to further tailor their character to their playing style.
Battleheart Legacy is available now as an Universal app for $4.99. The developer recommends playing the game with iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5th gen, iPad 2, iPad mini, or above.
Posted by Rob Rich on May 23rd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Lately it seems like at least once per week some fairly big name games just sort of spring up on the App Store overnight. Although I suppose this week it was actually two. Looks like we can add 505 Games’ doodle adventure Drawn to Life to that list now.
Back when it was first released for the DS the game attracted a lot of attention due to the way it allowed players to draw their own content. Characters, weapons, vehicles, etc – a significant number of objects could be edited or created entirely from scratch. And now you can do it all on your iPhone or iPad. I shudder to think of some of the screen shots people will inevitably end up sharing…
Anyhow, you can grab Drawn to Life off the App Store right now for $4.99. Keep it PG.
Yesterday we mentioned that Space Hulk had received an update that added a new cross-platform co-op mode. Well we’ve also just figured out (thanks to the questions posed by 148Apps commenter Delnit) that it also supports cross-platform game saves. This means that you can carry over your campaign and multiplayer progress from your Mac/PC to your iPad and vice-versa, ensuring that you’ll always be ready to sacrifice a squad of genetically engineered supersoldiers in the name of The Emperor.
Posted by Carter Dotson on May 20th, 2014 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Space Hulk just got more hulking. Full Control has updated the app with a new cross-platform multiplayer mode, where three players team up as Terminators in order to take on one player who controls the Genestealers.
This mode is online and supports play with Windows/Mac/Linux/iPad players. Plus, for those who haven’t picked up the game yet, it’s on sale until the 27th for half-off ($4.99 or local equivalent).
Per information from the developer, everyone who completes Hardcore Mode and enters will be added to the “Hardcore Players Club” and given an in-game credit. A grand prize winner will be randomly selected from eligible entrants to receive an iPad Mini 16GB Wi-Fi and a $100 iTunes Gift Card; two runners-up will each receive a $100 iTunes Gift Card as well.
The contest will run through June 15, 2014, and only US entrants are eligible for prizes. The contest rules are available at the contest site.
Leo’s Fortune is available for $4.99 on the App Store.
Posted by Ellis Spice on May 12th, 2014 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
KeroBlaster, the newest game from Cave Story developer Studio Pixel (AKA Daisuke Amaya), can now be found on the App Store. In this 2D side-scrolling shooter with retro stylings, you play as a bipedal frog who has been given the task of ridding your company’s teleporters of strange black creatures. Along the way you’ll have to fight to survive as you discover unique monsters and find new weaponry.
KeroBlaster can be found on the App Store now for $4.99.
Posted by Carter Dotson on May 9th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Posted by Carter Dotson on May 6th, 2014 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Shadowrun Returns has gotten a big update and its biggest sale yet. Version 1.2.6, just released, overhauls the combat (including auto-heal) and UI for a better experience. Save options are now much closer to what they are on the PC, with the ability to save during a turn and when in the PDA. A variety of other bugs and tweaks are here as well.
Shadowrun Returns is also on sale for $4.99 – its biggest sale from its $9.99 price on iPad.