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So you’ve mastered the basics of Spellspire. By which I mean you’ve realised it’s all about spelling things in a spire. What next?
Well you’re going to need to figure out how to toughen up your character. It’s all well and good being able to spell really, really long words, but it’s not going to mean a thing if your gear isn’t up to scratch.
Don’t worry though, we’ve got plenty of hints and tips to guide you through ensuring your little wizard is as strong as he can possibly be.
If there's one thing that slither.io has proved, it's that the addictive gameplay of Agar.io can be transplanted onto basically anything and it will still be good fun.
It wouldn't be surprising if we saw other developers jumping on the bandwagon, and we've come up with five major games that we think could benefit from taking a leaf out of slither.io's book.
Sky Charms is a whimsical match-'em up adventure that uses creative level design to really ramp up the difficulty.
You'll really have to give your brain a decent workout in order to solve many of these puzzles, but ultimately, overcoming these tricky challenges can be incredibly rewarding.
One of the best ways to do this is to really think about the way the game uses its terrain to trip up players. We’ve come up with some of the best ways to navigate Sky Charms’ tests of mental might.
Sky Charms is an adorable match three puzzler that provides a decent challenge thanks to its creative level design. It regularly presents something new, forcing you to think on your feet.
This might throw you for a loop, but we’ve got you covered with these tips to help you get three stars and sky-high scores every time.
Words have power. At least they do in Spellspire,a game about blasting out magical attacks by making words out of a jumble of letters.
And it's a lot of fun. But if you want to be the best, you're going to have to think tactically when you start chucking letters around.
Don't worry though, we're here to help. With these clever strategies you'll soon be slaughtering demons with seven letter words in no time flat.
Everyone's favourite weekly dosage of medieval depression, Game of Thrones, is back for its sixth season. An excellent time for the bloodthirsty!
But we know what you're thinking: what iOS and Android games should I use to fill the time between episodes?
Firstly, that's an oddly specific request. But as you're clearly insistent, we'll indulge you - here are the five best ways to get your Game of Thrones-flavoured kicks on mobile.
Sitting at over 1.5 million words, Fallen London is filled to the brim with intriguing tales and mysterious characters. From the start, you’ll find a slew of quests ripe for the taking.
Even the most basic missions can branch in unexpected ways, so we’ve gathered a few tips to help you get the most out of Fallen London’s exceptional storytelling.
LOUD on Planet X is a hybrid of a tower defense and rhythm game that pits famous indie acts against invading aliens.
You need timing and strategy in this game in order to succeed, things can get pretty overwhelming pretty quickly. Here are some tips to keep yourself from being overrun:
The tower defence / rhythm hybrid LOUD on Planet X can be pretty overwhelming at first, as it demands that you play strategically and to a beat.
If a high score is what you're looking for, we've got a few tips and tricks to help you get there.
Fallen Londonis a steampunk adventure that's both a visual novel and RPG, and takes you down an expertly written, whimsical, yet cynical, path.
While you’ll spend most of your time reading, Fallen London does require you to make important decisions about your character’s build that will have lasting impact as you progress towards the end of the game.
Luckily for you, we have a few tips on fleshing out your character in preparation for the future so sit back, grab a cup of tea, and read on.
Ace of Arenas is a mobile MOBA that's been built from the ground up with its chosen platform in mind.
For a start, the touchscreen controls don't try and simulate mouse play. So, instead of tapping the screen to move your character and use your skills, you use your thumb and perform a series of swipes.
It's also much faster in pace thanks to the new Fast and Furious Mode, which grants you super buffs and increased movement speed to ensure matches last under 10 minutes.
We reached out to Gaea Mobile's Jason Dahlberg to learn more about the development of Ace of Arenas, and how the developer managed to so successfully port the MOBA experience onto mobile.
SailorMoon Drops is your typical match three puzzler but with sparkly Sailor Moon flair, and it hides some deep mechanics that don’t reveal themselves right away.
It gifts you with a number of power-up items called Boosters that, when used at the opportune moment, can save the round or net you an even higher score.
Check out the tips below to make the most of the best of these Boosters and fight for justice.
With a number of different gameplay modes and mission types, SailorMoon Drops is surprisingly deep, requiring quite a bit of strategy if you want to succeed.
Each stage has a limited set of moves, usually capping at 50 or under. If you hit zero before you clear a stage, you can either buy a few more turns or give up and lose a life.
While you’ll need a bit of luck on your side, we also have a few tips to help you make the most of your limited turns.
The iOS and Android MOBA sensation Ace of Arenas launched back in September 2015, and has had a startling amount of new content added to it since.
In total, five major updates have been released since then, and the game has expanded to North America, Europe, and Asia, with four new languages added to reach a vaster audience.
To help you understand exactly what's changed since launch, we've broken it all down into the top three new features you can find in your favourite mobile MOBA. Enjoy!