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Fans of Kate Walker, clockwork automatons, or adventure games in general take note: Syberia is now available on the App Store - in full.
The game follows Kate Walker, a lawyer from New York, who must travel to across Europe in search of an inventor named Hans. Of course, what was supposed to be a simple matter of getting a few signatures and overseeing the sale of an old factory will turn out to be far more complicated (and interesting) than that.
Whereas before you could only download the game in separate parts, now you can get your hands on this classic in a single app. So all that surreal, almost Myst-like adventure is yours for the taking. And you can finally keep it all in once place.
This new, full version of Syberia is available now as a universal download for $6.99.
Funcom has recently unveiled The Longest Journey Remastered for iOS. Originally released in 2000, the game is a beautifully told point-and-click adventure following a woman named April Ryan as she explores worlds beyond her own and meets a sizable cast of characters.
This version has been designed specifically for iOS devices with a new intro and outro by Ragnar Tørnquist (the original designer of The Longest Journey), a new font, touch controls (obviously), and a dynamic help system.
You can check out The Longest Journey Remastered for $6.99 right now.
Mojang has updated Minecraft – Pocket Edition with so many new things. After exterminating a whole lotta bugs, they've improved the graphics and increased performance.
Animal lovers, rejoice! The baby animals have been given swimming lessons and now will no longer sink to the bottom of the ocean when wandering around. While we are on the subject of oceans, the water graphics are now extra watery-looking and fog has been made to look even foggier. The lighting has also improved, with tinted lighting on terrain and mobs.
For the miners, Mojang has added gold mines to the Mesa biomes. Grab one of the newly added fences and stake your claim.
For people who just enjoy making stuff, the creative mode now has night and day effects. You can enjoy making awesome lighting displays and spectacular dynamite shows to be enjoyed in the dark.
There is a ton of new content to check out so grab a copy of Minecraft – Pocket Edition for $6.99 on the App Store - if you haven't already.
Transport Tycoon, by 31x Limited, is celebrating its 20th anniversary! In honor of the event, they have released a limited time level which gives players five new scenarios to compete through. The top performing players will get the grand prizes and 30 randomly selected players, who completed the level, will get the runners-up prize.
The new scenarios in the competition include three designed for expert players. You will be in charge of a filing company and must raise it up like a phoenix from the ashes. The other two solo player scenarios asks players to meet performance goals in the “No Trains, No Planes” scenario and tame the strange terrain of ‘Hungry Blockworld’ to feed its inhabitants in the other.
The 20th Anniversary scenario runs through November 30th so hurry up and prove your Transport Entrepreneurial skills.
You can pick up Transport Tycoon for $6.99 on the App Store.
Chair Entertainment has announced that their 1.4.1 update for Infinity Blade III is on its way. The update is chock full of fixes, improvements, and things the fans have requested.
Chair has fixed the Dragoor quest, some crashing issues, Boss Perks, and more making skills and items work the way they are supposed to. They have also added a lot. Now item level and max gold caps have been increased, Alerts for new items can be turned off, Solar-Trans weapons now get boots when two elemental gems are slotted, and Dragoor Scale has been added to complete the Dragoor set.
Chair expects the Infinity Blade III update to hit sometime this week so keep your weapons sharp and your downloading finger ready.
Talisman, by Nomad Games, is a great way to play a classic board game - and now with the new update, iPhone users can also enjoy the adventure.
The update also includes a lot of upgrades and bug fixes, such as the addition of two new characters - the Black Witch and Apprentice Mage - and Nomad Games has improved the movement animation of all the pieces. They've also made it easier to create, join, and pause an online game so you can spend less time connecting and more time having fun.
You can download Talisman for $6.99 on the App Store.
Roadhouse Interactive has released the new Space Wolves update for Warhammer 40,000: Carnage. In this new update, you can play as the Lone Space Wolf as he brings down vengeance for his fallen brothers armed with the new Power Axe and the Hunter Killer Servitor Support Drone.
The new Support Drones feature (which is available for all characters) lets players equip one of the 100 available Drone to aid them in battle. The drones come in 4 varieties: Melee, Ranged, Blocking, and Healing.
The update has also raised the level cap to 50, so get out there and cause some havoc with the new Space Wolves update.
You can download Warhammer 40,000: Carnage for $6.99 on the App Store.
Gameloft has been listening to their fans' concerns about the multiplayer mode for Modern Combat 5: Blackout, and has released a big update that enhances matchmaking as well as social functions.
Now matchmaking for squad battle will only start when there are at least 2 players available on each squad. Also, the spawning system and social media interactivity have been improved. You can now change your profile name, and can delete friends and event reward messages as well.
Check out Modern Combat 5: Blackout on the App Store for $6.99, if you haven't already.
ChAIR has unveiled Infinity Blade III: Kingdom Come, the final update for Infinity Blade III. The update will provide a new environment, new enemies (including a new dragon to face off against), and dozens of new items to collect.
Alongside this announcement of the final update, ChAIR has also released a trailer to celebrate four years of Infinity Blade being shown off on the Apple stage, with footage from the update sprinkled throughout.
The 'Kingdom Come' update for Infinity Blade III is set to arrive on September 4, with the game available on the App Store now for $6.99.