It's not very clear how to get new abilities when you first start playingMarvel: Avengers Alliance 2, so we at148Appshave gone and broken it all down for you so you can get focusing on the actual meat of the experience - the combat.
Bubble Jungle is a brand new 3D platformer available right now on iOS and Android which provides a massive 15 hours worth of leapy fun inspired by Super Mario.
Inspiration has also been drawn from Bubble Bobble though. You play as the chameleon Chuck who has to battle his way to the end of a bunch of levels in a variety of zany worlds, trapping enemies in bubbles and popping them to eat fruit along the way.
The best part is that the game is completely multiplayer, and playable by up to four people at once in cross-platform. That's quite the achievement on mobile.
To learn more about the ambitious Bubble Jungle, we reached out to Alessandro Maniscalco, Co Founder at developer Cranky MonkeyStudio, to learn more about how the multitude of influences have affected development, the challenges faced during development, and the plans for its future.
Haven't played Game of Dice in a while? Well, right now is the best time to return to it as a sizeable new update has just been released on iOS and Android.
There's a brand new map that shakes up the gameplay with a few changes to the mechanics. The Mysterious Mansion's 'Jail' and 'Crimson Aura' tiles will create a Toll increase and the location of 'Fortune's Road' has changed.
You can also now buff yourself up before a challenging game by heading on over to the new 'Goods' menu and purchasing one of over 20 equippable buffs.
Players will also be happy to discover the return of Winning Streak Mode, a former temporary event that rewards you for consecutive wins.
So you've read our guide on becoming a plucky upstart in massively multiplayer snake simulator Slither.io. You've taken on the big boys, and you've grown fat and complacent.
Well snap out of it - you're going to need to work your sodding scales off to keep your lead and stop yourself from losing your top position. (Coincidentally, congrats on reading this while keeping one eye on your iPad).
So that's why we've got some advanced tips for staying alive while you're massive. Read on, heed our advice, and soon you'll be so big your body will take up the entire play-space and the server will crash and you'll be crowned King of Slither.io.
You've taken down a bunch of goons, knocked the teeth out of some mini-bosses, but now you're coming to the real meat of the Marvel Avengers Alliance 2 experience - the superbads.
They're tougher, they've got some sneaky moves, and if you're not careful they're going to wipe out your carefully crafted superhero team in no time flat.
And, quite frankly, that would be an embarrassment. That's why we've put together this guide to, er, guide you through the various hurdles you're going to come across in some of Marvel Avengers Alliance 2's tougher fights.
So you've taken your first steps into the world of Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2, but now you're staring at the screen without a clue how to continue.
Don't you worry, we all know that with great power comes great responsibility. And we also know that every hero needs a mentor. Someone to guide them through the trickier aspects of hero-hood. Someone like148Apps.
And that's where this guide comes in. We'll show you how to get to grips with the basics of the game, and give you some hints as to how to polish up your team-ups and get the most out of your iso-8 reserves.