Fans of RPG and Strategy games, have we got something for you! The 1v1 tactical RPG “Little Lords of Twilight” has begun soft launch. Step into the grids for a sneak peek, available now in UK, Germany, France, Spain, Philippines, and Malaysia. The soft launch version is giving away enough gems to claim a free hero skin!
In Little lords of Twilight, you win by either defeating your opponent or rushing to their portal on the end of the battlefield. Collect characters, minions, learn spells, and special abilities to create the ultimate deck and rule the world of Zikverland. Beware of the day and night system which changes the appearance and abilities of the characters. This change in stats may give you a boost or weaken your power.
Ah the working week is crawling towards its end. But fret not, dear reader, there's still time for us to share with you the iPhone and iPad games that you should be excited about playing next week. And we reckon there are at least three games on the list that everyone should be getting psyched about right now.
October and November are often the best months for iOS gaming, and it's looking like that's going to be the case this year as well. Every game we've chosen is pretty special, and we hope that you're going to agree with us about that.
If not, well feel free to stick your own suggestions in the comments section at the bottom of the article. No one's perfect, everyone makes mistakes, so be gentle if you think we have. If you're interested in the games that came out this week, click here to check out what's up for this week's game of the week award.
Last week I read the words I'd been hoping for and got so excited I almost cried: Stardew Valley is coming to mobile on October 24th. While, my colleagues know of my love for the game I think my reasons behind it have always been a bit of a mystery to them.
The wonderful thing is that everyone's reasons for loving it are different, though some of you lovely gamers reading might experience the same sort of deal.
Mad Rocket: Fog of War is the latest title from pblisher Four Thirty Three, and it’s a game that will have you rethinking your approach to strategic war games. In this new base-building card battler, you’ll be invading bases enshrouded in thick fog. How will you adapt your strategy to work around these dangerous conditions?
Carefully lay out a strategy for infiltrating your enemy’s base, while taking your limited visibility into account. You’ll have to predict your opponent’s strategy, selecting units from your battle deck that can survive any manner of attack. Send out units that can withstand aerial attacks, assaults from larger buildings, and many more. Creativity is key here, so get out there and experiment with the tools you have at your disposal. As your skills develop, you’ll be able to join the Seasonal Rankings to earn rewards and medals.
It's Thursday, and every Thursday here at 148Apps we like to have a little vote. We pick what we think are the best games that have come out over the past seven days, and then it's up to you to choose which of them should be crowned the 148Apps iPhone and iPad game of the week.
And it's definitely been a busy week. It was hard trimming the shortlist down to just five, but we reckon we just about managed it in the end. And it's left us with some really awesome selections for you to argue over.
Having enjoyed immense success globally with hardcore RPG titles like the MU series, mobile developer and publsher Webzen is set to branch its subsidiary, Webzen Cherryhill, out to the casual crowd thanks to its new sub-brand Appimigos; a studio dedicated to making games that are light-hearted, friendly, and fun - don’t be surprised if you see their name popping up more often.
Appimigos has already hit the ground running this year, having released games likeFire Gun and Dungeon Simulator, and now two more titles have just hit the appstores withSpace Girl Across the Universe and Jigsaw Puzzle Amigos.
Defend the Cake is a new spin on tower defense games that sees you protecting a sugary paradise from pesky ants and other pests. You’ll be building towers and using special abilities to save the cakes Eggperor Shellemane and his helpful Eggbirds have carefully created.
A sugary indie delicacy from former Blizzard and Riot alums, Defend the Cake is getting its biggest update yet in version 2.0, so now’s the perfect time to dive back into the game, or start fresh. Here are some helpful tips to beat every level in Defend the Cake.
Place your cake strategically
In Defend the Cake, you can choose where you put your cake on the battlefield, ultimately determining the path the bugs will take through your defenses. Put some thought into how you can best protect your cake from the buggy masses. If you have second thoughts, no problem - you can always move your cake elsewhere before the battle begins.
The perfect combination of succulence and strategy, Defend the cake is a tower defence game released earlier this year that saw players question whether their eyes were bigger than their bellies. Set in an enticing kingdom of tasty treats, defending it is about to get more delicious from today thanks to the addition of new environments, levels, and a completely new cake to protect.
Developed with both seasoned tower defence veterans and genre newcomers in mind, Defend the cake tasks players to keep tasty treats away from crowds of pesky bugs. Doing so means strategically placing toast walls around the map as well as other delicious defences. With 19 distinct enemy types and 21 unique levels to battle them in, players had plenty to sink their teeth into.
Now the latest content update introduces even more plates to the Defend the cake table. There are three entirely new bonus levels to beat, and new language localisation for French, Italian, German and Spanish players. The main course, however, is the freshly baked Red Velvet cake to defend. Why not do so in the game’s all-new cocoa-based environment?
Think yourself tough enough to protect the treats in time and show those bugs who’s chef? Try Defend the cake’s content 2.0 update today by downloading the game from either Google Play or the App store.
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MazEpic, the latest arcade hit from GoldWave Inc. flings you into an infinite rotating maze where you’ll navigate your way through endless twists and turns across a wide array of gameplay modes. The game offers an exciting new spin on maze and arcade games that’s sure to please mobile games fans of all stripes.
Players choose the way they want to play, with four unique gameplay modes. In Epic Infinite Maze, you’ll need to survive for as long as you possibly can, navigating a rotating maze. There will be bombs and other helpful tools for you to discover, which should help you hit that high score you’ve been reaching for.
If you’re looking for some multiplayer fun, don’t miss out on MazEpic’s Race mode, which has you racing against up to eight of your friends (or the computer) in friendly competition. Be the first one to make it out of the maze to win the match. You’ll have spells on hand that can slow down your opponents and grant you an advantage should you need an extra boost.
If you’ve ever craved to be the hero of your own story within a colourful, yet endangered land in need of saving, Final Destiny could be the journey you’ve been waiting for. A new fantasy 3D MMORPG that sees you team up or fight against others, the game is free to download for both iOS and Android devices.
Taking heavy inspiration from Norse mythology, Final Destiny takes place in a world where the kingdoms were only just saved against the monster hordes that threatened it. Jumping into the game, you’ll play a crucial role in keeping them back for good as a member of the Grand Alliance. As either a warrior, mage, or assassin, it’s up to you to use your skills in epic turn-based battles.
Those looking to become a little more immersed in their city-building games will absolutely want to check out Clash & GO. Releasing today for both iOS and Android devices, the new title fuses building management with real-time battles that can play out anywhere thanks to augmented reality integration.
Developed by the same team behind colourful creature capturing game Draconius Go, Elyland is now hoping their latest game brings this same high level of engrossment to the base-building genre. Fusing it with geolocation features and real-time strategy, Clash & GO’s AR nature means that building, battles, and resource grinding never need stay in the boundaries of your phone screen.
Your basic objective is to create and defend the best space city in the galaxy, training up troops and gaining rewards so you can defend it successfully against other online. Join a clan, complete objectives, and expand your modules and skillset. In Clash & GO, everything you do contributes to the complex virtual world you will create!
Elyland founder Andriy Semenyuk ensures that much time has be spent making Clash & GO the smoothest experience possible. “We stroke a perfect balance between two vastly different mobile game genres,” he expressed. “In Clash & GO city-building strategy and AR geolocation enrich each other, opening previously unimaginable gameplay possibilities.”
Looking for a city-builder with a difference? The AR world of Clash & GO is available today from both the Google Play and App Store.
This article issponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.'
Match-3 puzzler REACH classic proved a smash hit during its Canadian soft launch, and now developer B2tGame has brought it to mobile devices worldwide so you can see what all the fuss is about.
After topping the App Store charts for the puzzle, strategy and paid games categories in its home territory, the tile-matching title has brought its brand of accessible colour-combining gameplay to iOS and Android users across the globe.
REACH classic will put your brain through its paces with its strategically-rich gameplay. Players must astutely arrange a never-ending supply of tiles by colour, to prevent them from building up at the top of the screen. If they reach the bottom, you’re done for.
Tinned food is underrated. When the warning siren goes, and your suburban home is nuked into a radioactive pancake, what else are you going to depend on for sustenance down in the bunker? But if you’ve only got 60 seconds to gather supplies, you’ll have to pocket a lot of canned tomato soup. And everything else you and your family will need to stay alive. Then comes the tough part – spending countless days holed up in your fallout shelter, with only your family and mutant cockroaches for company. At least the cockroaches don’t nag.
So begins developer Robot Gentleman’s apocalyptic simulator 60 Seconds!. The game’s nightmare scenario is given a strong dose of dark humour throughout, helped by the 1950s, white-picket-fence backdrop. You take control of Ted, hell-bent on keeping his family alive, even when all around him has turned to ash. First released on PC, Nintendo Switch and iOS, 60 Seconds! received its debut on Android in December last year. It’s managed over a million sales across all platforms since then, and the latest DLC is sure to draw more players.
Era of Celestials has already taken China by storm, and judging by the 300,000 players that have already pre-registered for its global release, it’s set to do the same across the world after its launch later this year. Now it’s your chance to get in on the action, gain access to exclusive in-game rewards, and get a head start in this already-thriving fantasy MMOARPG.
Set in a world where Celestials and their enemies are battling for the preservation of humanity, Era of Celestials places you in the role of an appointed champion with a class of your choosing. After becoming either a warrior, mage, or archer, the Celestials call upon you to help push back the onslaught of an invading force with the fate of the whole world at stake. Celestial City is under siege and only you can help.
Mobile gamers can’t get enough of Battle Royale contests these days, so the launch of Creative Destruction’s open beta test has come at the perfect time.
Titan Studio’s new addition to the genre is as much about building bases as it is blowing them up. The game takes place against a fully-destructible environment where virtually anything can be reduced to rubble and recycled as a customisable stronghold.