Posts Tagged iPad

Narborion Saga Review

Narborion Saga Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This choose-your-own adventure style gamebook has some plot holes, but is still enjoyable as a free game.

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Sneaky Sneaky Review

Sneaky Sneaky Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This stealth game combines real-time and turn-based action into a winning formula.

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Seconds to Live Review

Seconds to Live Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Play to win real money in this bizarre take on a snake game.

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Boulder Jack Review

Boulder Jack Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This good looking endless runner takes a few cues from Crash Bandicoot, but is otherwise yet another runner.

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Space Age: A Cosmic Adventure Review

Space Age: A Cosmic Adventure Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This beautiful game captures the wonder and mystery of discovering a new planet, but doesn't stick to its strengths throughout.

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Good news, comrades! Word has been getting around that the dystopian paper-shuffling simulator Papers, Please is bound for iPad. Actually this news has been circulating for what feels like forever. But the wait is finally over. It’s been announced that Lucas Pope’s game about the mundane activity of checking paperwork at a border checkpoint (which is anything but mundane, really) is officially coming to iPad. Tomorrow.

If you haven’t played Papers, Please for yourself yet, you’ll have the opportunity in only a few hours. In the meantime, know that it’s a surprisingly dark and somewhat disturbing story about an oppressive government, dangerous extremists, a rebellion, and a hapless paper pusher who gets caught in the middle. That, and lots and lots of cross-checking passports.

Papers, Please will be $5.99 once it releases tomorrow (12/12), and will go up to $7.99 after the weekend.

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source: Lucas Pope via Twitter
Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut Review

Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Shadowrun: Dragonfall is one of the best turn-based RPGs to come to iOS in years.

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Trouble With Robots Review

Trouble With Robots Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Use peasants, dwarves, and other fantasy characters to fend off the robots in this card-based strategy game.

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Roller Polar Review

Roller Polar Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Jump over all kinds of wintery hazards in this endless casual game reminiscent of Flappy Bird.

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Lucha Amigos Review

Lucha Amigos Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Slingshot turtles and use special powers to defeat evil cacti in this Angry Birds-like game.

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ROTO Review

ROTO Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Players that enjoy simplistic one-touch puzzle platformers may get some mileage out of ROTO, but how much mileage is hard to say.

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Monster Strike Review

Monster Strike Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Collect monsters and battle by flinging them across the battlefield in this strangely compelling strategy game.

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Sunburn! Review

Sunburn! Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Platform through the depths of space to make sure your entire crew dies together in this satisfying and intriguing puzzle platformer.

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It’s almost turkey time! Which means lots and lots of food but also lots and lots of sales. Some sales have even started a few days early, which is why we’ve put together a list of iOS games that are currently discounted (sometimes by a lot).

Chances are this list is only going to get bigger as we approach the weekend, so check back in with us from time to time to see what else you can nab for a reduced price.

[Updated 11/26]: Even more games have been discounted and it’s still not even Thursday yet! A lot of fairly well known titles have joined the list this time, including games like Surgeon Simulator, Republique, and Thomas Was Alone.

[Updated 11/27]: Goodness but there are a lot more sales happening right now! Just under 40 games have been added to the list this time, with big names like Banner Saga, Table Tennis Touch, King Oddball, a whole bunch of Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks, and a whole lot more.

[Updated 11/28]: If you thought all the sales were done, you were mistaken. Even more price drops have gone into effect since yesterday, for big titles like Joe Denver’s Lone Wolf, Knightmare Tower, Talisman, and Kingdom Rush. But that’s not all. We’ve also updated the list to include apps! You can click the link below to jump to the Apps page.

[Updated 11/30]: Yep, we’re still going. The list is still growing, and will most likely continue through Monday. Currently we’re looking at a number of board game additions like Eclipse and Kahuna, as well as plenty of non-board games like Warhammer Quest and The Firm.

[Updated 12/1]: Happy Cyber Monday! A few titles have returned to regular price over the weekend, but several are still discounted and we’ve got plenty more to add to the list. And Little Inferno and Infinity Blade II are just the beginning.
 

Games (click here for Apps)

Little Inferno - price returned to $2.99, was on sale for $0.99

Little Inferno HD - price returned to $4.99, was on sale for $2.99

Infinity Blade II - price returned to $6.99, was on sale for $0.99

Pocket Land - price returned to $0.99, was on sale for FREE!

Dr. Seuss Camera - Who Me? - price returned to $1.99, was on sale for $0.99


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FRAMED Review

FRAMED Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Rearrange comic book-like panels to change the outcome of a story in this noir-ish, thrilling puzzle game.

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Golfinity Review

Golfinity Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This endless golfer presents infinite courses suspended in 3D space that incorporate ramps, stairs, holes, and more to infinitely challenge players.

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Cato and Macro Review

Cato and Macro Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Although it looks like a mobile version of real-time strategy game, Cato and Macro is actually a bizarre form of a tower defense featuring characters from Simon Scarrow's book series.

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Chain Breaker Review

Chain Breaker Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Control a knight's fate by cutting chains, dropping weights, and defeating enemies in this novel twist on the runner genre.

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Adventure Age Review

Adventure Age Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
There's a lot of customization and party building fun to make this puzzler pretty engrossing, provided players can fight through the bugs.

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This Week at 148Apps: November 3-7, 2014

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So little time and so very many apps. What’s a poor iPhone lover to do? Fortunately, 148Apps is here to give you the rundown on the latest and greatest releases. And we even have a tremendous back catalog of reviews; just check out the Reviews Archive for every single review we’ve ever written.

Winterforts: Exiled Kingdom

 
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Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. In WinterForts players split their time between managing a growing home base and using their resources to fund strategic skirmishes against the computer or other players online. If it’s not broke don’t fix it, and considering the massive success of Clash of Clans, WinterForts decided that formula definitely did not need fixing. Players send workers off to gather raw materials outside the city’s walls, train soldiers and erect defenses to stave off barbarian hordes, and patiently wait as freemium restrictions throttle everything from upgrading buildings to digging up “tightly packed” snow floors. –Jordan Minor

Smash Champs

 
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When I first caught wind of Smash Champs, an animal-based fighting game from Kiloo, I was excited. I’m from the old school: I remember when fighting game developers pit all sorts of fauna against each other in mortal combat, including dinosaurs (Primal Rage) and were-beasts (Bloody Roar). How disappointing to learn Smash Champs has almost nothing to do with fighting. Instead, it’s a Fruit Ninja-style game that lets players “train” their champions, but forces them to sit on the sidelines while battles are carried out automatically. –Nadia Oxford

Twisty Hollow

 
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The town of Twisty Hollow has been contorted by odd ordinances passed down by the burg’s self-appointed mayor. Simple tasks are suddenly herculean thanks to these mix-ups. How is a firewoman supposed to slaughter a pig? More importantly, how is she supposed to slaughter a pig using a fishing pole? It’s the player’s job to restore order from nonsense. Each level of Twisty Hollow takes place on a multi-tiered wheel, and on each layer there’s a person, a tool, and an object. Matching up the butcher with a knife and a pig makes bacon, which can then be given to a demanding customer. Matching up a fisherwoman with a fishing pole and a worm makes a fish, which can likewise be given to a customer. –Nadia Oxford

Dino On Fire

 
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War is hell. The most grave sin against living things is to commit violence against a nation when there is no just cause, and – wait, Dino on Fire is a war game featuring dinosaur soldiers? And armed dragons? Lecture over. Get in line and grab a rifle. Dino on Fire is a Clash of Clans clone with a scaly difference: Instead of commanding barbarians and the like, the player gets to push dinosaurs around. That’s pretty cool. There’s an additional, albeit small difference: Battle tactics depend more on commanding dinosaur heroes than directing smaller, faceless soldiers on where to attack. –Nadia Oxford

Hygiene Essentials

 
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I have always been a fan of Duckie Deck apps, as the use of bright colors, upbeat music and fun sound effects are always present within their applications. The presumably watercolor stains seen on the teeth within With Teeth as well as the textures within the mouth really make this app stand out for its level of polish. I equally appreciate all the different hands that one grooms within Hungry Clipper as both my son and I have spend time clipping in order to see who may be next. Gotta Go includes details that make this a kids’ app honest about what may happen when using the toilet to poop. Although some families may not appreciate most vivid sights and sounds included within, parents are doing their children no service to pretend these bodily functions don’t exist as seen within other potty training apps, making Hygiene Essentials an interesting bundle to possibly download, keeping in mind that each of these apps can be downloaded individually as well. –Amy Solomon

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If you are looking for the best reviews of Android apps, just head right over to AndroidRundown. Here are just some of the reviews served up this week:

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The Wolf Among Us

 
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After a stupid exclusive deal with Amazon, The Wolf Among Us is finally out on Android. Was it worth the wait? The Wolf Among Us is a game by Telltale Games, a developer we all know and love thanks to the awesome series The Walking Dead. The Wolf Among Us is also a episodic game. Now it is out on Android, you can get the first part for free and buy the rest of the parts via in-app purchase. In the game, we follow Bigby Wolf, none other than the Big Bad Wolf, in his quest to uncover the truth behind a gruesome murder. We won’t go in to too much details here, because of spoilers. –Wesley Akkerman

Monkey Racing

 
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Remember Monkey Boxing? Wanna see those action junkie primates battle in vehicles Mario Karts-style? Here comes Monkey Racing. Graphically, it looks good, is effective with color without being overdone. Sound is cheery, animations are smooth, and the different locations are designed well. Per gameplay, it flows pretty well; the karts work well as the main racing attraction of the game. It feels a little bit like more entrenched racers, but feels sufficiently different that it doesn’t feel like a clone. It comes in two modes, single and multiplayer, and there are also three different levels to play: easy, normal and hard. –Tre Lawrence

Edifier Prisma Encore Bluetooth Sound System

 
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Speakers are big business, and Edifier has a good reputation in that specific sector. It has a host of offerings, portable and not much so, but for the most part, the name invokes quality. As such, we can’t really pretend to be unexcited by the opportunity to take a look at its Prisma Encore Sound System. The review package Edifier sent us was sizable, and hinted at the goodness inside. The review box came with several pieces: three main pieces in black finish with silver accents, and several smaller accessories. The main unit is the subwoofer, and there are two satellite speakers; there is also a power cord, adapter, 3.5mm male-to-male audio cable, a remote with battery and documentation. –Tre Lawrence

And finally, a few words from our friends at AppSpy: You look nice, is that a new outfit? It really suits you! Anyway beautiful, you should get on over to AppSpy because this week we’ve been finding out how to make all sorts of Minecraft-themed cakes, gawping at real life fighting robots controlled by your mobile, and seeing all the stupid stuff you can do in Strung Along. It’s all in our weekly round-up.

And from Pocket Gamer: This week Pocket Gamer picked 18 mobile games to get excited about in November, offered a contentious take on Simogo’s new game, told you all about Seabeard, and hinted at a juicy big game coming next week…

Lost Viking Review

Lost Viking Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This puzzle game mixes the gameplay of games like Threes! with roguelike elements.

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Human Crasher Review

Human Crasher Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Abduct Earthlings in this casual, but unfortunately grind-heavy, arcade game.

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Battle Academy 2: Eastern Front Review

Battle Academy 2: Eastern Front Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Test your skills on the Eastern Front in this complicated, but fascinatingly deep strategy game.

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Splot Review

Splot Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Splot is a tight platformer with controls that work surprisingly well for a touch screen device.

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Swap Heroes Review

Swap Heroes Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Rotate a cast of heroes to fend of waves of monsters in this difficult, puzzle rpg.

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Puzzle to the Center of the Earth Review

Puzzle to the Center of the Earth Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Do some puzzles to make some platforms in this smart and fun free-to-play cave mining adventure.

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Find the Line Review

Find the Line Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Tease out beautiful line drawings in this unique, free-to-play puzzle game.

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Hay Ewe Review

Hay Ewe Review

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Pave the way for your flock in this line drawing puzzle game from the creators of Worms.

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Loot Raiders Review

Loot Raiders Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This menu-based loot game is suitable to compel those with pretty extreme loot lust.

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Photo Oct 16, 1 44 23 PMIn a move that surprised nobody, mostly because we all saw it coming, Apple has unveiled their latest iPad: the iPad Air 2. It’s the new thing you need to buy, naturally.

The iPad Air 2 is, of course, even thinner than the original Air – 6.1mm, to be exact. It also uses a special anti-reflective coating to reduce reflections, which Apple claims has never been done in a tablet before. Touch ID will also be available on the new iPad, and it’ll ship with iOS 8.1, but you’re probably more interested in performance and such.

Photo Oct 16, 1 44 33 PMThe tablet will use an all-new A8X processor, which (at the moment) will only be available in the iPad Air 2. The result is 40% faster CPU performance, and apps that can run over twice as fast – up to 180X faster than the original iPad. It’s also got a 10-hour battery life, which is decent I suppose.

The iSight Camera has been updated as well, with 8 MP, 1080p HD video, and the ability to take all sort of fancy shots – slow-mo videos, 43 MP panoramas, burst photos, timelapse, and dual microphones. There’s also an improved Facetime camera for the front that allows for improved facial detection and burst selfies (hurray?).

Photo Oct 16, 1 49 00 PMThe online features have been improved as well, with faster wifi (up to 866MBps) and faster LTE (20 LTE bands).

The iPad Air 2 starts at $499 for 16GB, $599 for 64GB, and $699 for 128GB for the wifi models. There’s also going to be a new iPad Mini 3, with a 7.9″ Retina display, a 5MP iSight camera, 1080p HD video recording, the improved FaceTime camera, Touch ID, and the improved wifi (802.11n with MIMO). Both new iPads will be available for preorder starting tomorrow and they’ll ship by the end of next week.

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