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Dead Trigger 2, by Madfinger Games, is having a new ITHACA Tournament Tour. The tournament will visit London, Paris, Berlin, Prague, and Moscow, and offers real prizes for the winners in the form of in-game currency. The tour will feature the new ITHACA shotgun and M1 Garand. Players will have 3 attempts and only their best score counts. Can you reach the top and win the first place prize of $500,000 of in-game cash?

The Dead Trigger 2 ITHACA Tour has already kicked-off today, and ends on Sunday, October 5, at 11:59pm PDT. You can pick up a copy of Dead Trigger 2 for free on the App Store now.

via: Our Review

Dead Trigger 2 Slaughter Master Tournament Set to Reward for Masterful Murdering

Posted by on August 1st, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

A tournament has begun for Dead Trigger 2, challenging players to slaughter better than the rest of the world. Dubbed the ‘Slaughter Master Tournament’, the winner will receive an iPad Mini, with positions up to 10,000th set to receive varying amounts of in-game Gold.

In order to take part, players will need to be Tech-Level 5 and pay up 20 Gold. In the challenge itself, boosters and second chances aren’t allowed, but players can pick any weapon and equipment they like. Players get three attempts, with their best being the only one that will count.

Dead Trigger 2 is available now and is free to download. The tournament should be available to play in-game now, and ends at 11:59 PM PDT on Monday, August 4.

Dead Trigger 2 Tournament

via: Our Review

Dead Trigger 2 Now Offers Weekly Tournaments, New Weapons, and Plenty More

Posted by on July 16th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

There’s a huge new update for popular zombie shooter, Dead Trigger 2, and it’s bound to excite fans.

It brings with it substantial content additions including tournaments, a continuation to the story based campaign, new weapons, and new environments to explore.

The tournaments side of things allows you to participate in a different challenge each week to show just who the best fighter out there is. Starting with the Purgatory Arena, you can expect new environments as well as new traps such as the Impaling Spikes and Gallows Ropes.

With a plethora of new regions, environments, and weapons to check out, it’s the ideal time to try Dead Trigger 2.

The game is free to download from the App Store now.

via: Our Review

After four years and six highly acclaimed games, MADFINGER Games celebrates their fourth anniversary by releasing an Enhanced Edition update for SHADOWGUN.

Not only have the already impressive graphics have been retooled for better optimization on older devices, but MADFINGER Games has also improved the handling, added cloud backup for your games, and created four more levels to continue the story of John Slade and his hunt for Dr. Edgar Simon. The game now supports iOS 7 and iPhone 5c/iPhone 5s. With all these upgrades, you won’t want to pass it up.

SHADOWGUN is available in the App Store for $4.99

via: Our Review

Samurai II: Vengeance Receives Update to Anniversary Edition, Goes on Sale for a Short Time

Posted by on June 6th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Madfinger Games is celebrating the 4th anniversary of Samurai II: Vengeance with a sizable update. This 4th Anniversary Edition adds in iOS 7 support, gamepad compatibility, and more. Additionally, the game is on sale for a limited time.

We had an opportunity to review this app a while back; it is available for $0.99 on the App Store.

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* Improved handling
* Optimized performance on low-end device
* More intense gameplay experience
* Deeper immersion due graphical optimization
* Cloud backup for progress safety, for storing gameplay data and achievements
* Cross device support – enjoy game on both iPhone and iPad
* New Apple gamepads support for off-screen handling experience
* Supports iOS 7 and latest devices (iPhone 5c/iPhone 5s)

via: Our Review

A new update brings many new features to Dead Trigger 2, including the ability to share videos from your in-game adventures. Right now, only users with the iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 5s can use the recording feature.

The update also brings three new weapons – FN200, Spagin, and a Minigun – and allows users to make a list of friends in the game so they can compare stats and more. There are also nine new environments for players to fight through and an auto-heal gadget to keep players in top shape at all times.

via: Our Review

Pocket Gamer reports that Dead Trigger 2 has received a massive update. It adds a new Chinese environment, which features a single-player story and warfare missions. The update also celebrates Christmas time with new special limited-time Christmas presents for players to earn.

via: Our Review source: Pocket Gamer
Dead Trigger 2 Review

Dead Trigger 2 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Surviving the sophomore slump, Dead Trigger 2 aims at being the mobile equivalent of games we've seen on consoles.

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Madfinger Games has recently announced the official release date for their zombie-blasting sequel, Dead Trigger 2, and it’s just a little more than a month away.

The zombie-laden shooter sequel will have a “real time” story that is affected by the interaction and performance of all its players. Each update will shuffle locations around and otherwise change up events based around how everybody performs. Neat!

source: Madfinger Games

deadtrigger2Madfinger Games announced its plans to bring forth a world on the verge of a global zombie apocalypse. Dead Trigger 2 is on its way, offering an experience with much higher ambitions than the previous title. Players will dive into a parallel world where humanity continues to battle a zombie plague that has been going on for the past two years.

“The first time you play Dead Trigger 2, you become part of a global conflict. You are not alone and you are not playing only for yourself. You are one of many survivors across continents and from different parts of the world,” said the co-founder of Madfinger Games, Marek Rabas, in a press release.“While there are individual objectives within the context of the game, you must align your efforts together with other players to fulfill a joint global objective.”

via: Madfinger Games
Shadowgun: Deadzone Review

Shadowgun: Deadzone Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Shadowgun: Deadzone boasts impressive cross-platform play and beautiful graphics, but poor controls and technical flaws hold it back.

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Dead Trigger Review

Dead Trigger Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Zombies! Shooting! Shooting zombies! Well, at least it's fun.

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Shadowgun Review

Shadowgun Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Shadowgun is a console-style third-person shooter that puts players in cover-based combat against a variety of foes, with some of the best graphics ever seen on mobile platforms.

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Samurai II: Vengeance Review

Samurai II: Vengeance Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Samurai II: Vengeance is a hack 'n slash action game that improves on its predecessor, but leaves many of the core issues of the original game intact.

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Reckless Racing:
Missing the old days of top-down racing games, or just need a reason to play the Dukes of Hazzard theme song? EA’s Reckless Racing is all you need to get your fix of dirt track racing. The best part? You can test your driving skills in a truck painted with the obligatory flame paint job. Complete with five tracks, local Wi-Fi, online multiplayer, and leaderboards, this game will give you plenty to do while donning your bib overalls.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-10-21 :: Category: Games

$4.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-10-21 :: Category: Games

Samurai II: Vengeance:
MADFINGER Games takes your hack and slash skills into a gorgeous anime inspired world. The goal, help Daisuke get the revenge he longs to serve to his archenemy. Crazy awesome visuals are just the starting point here. Tense battles, improved gameplay from the original, environmental puzzles, and Game Center support all add to a fun and engaging slashing experience. Throw in a new survival mode and you have hours of fun at a low price.

$2.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2010-10-21 :: Category: Games

Star Battalion:
Did you find that the space fight in Halo: Reach was just to darn short? Do you miss the days of Descent: Freespace? Gameloft has your fix with Star Battalion. This space combat game does not just stop with a simple single player experience though. Four ships, online co-op (thanks to local Wi-Fi and Bluetooth), and Game Center support all bring on the hours of fun and replayability of this title. It even looks fantastic to boot!

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-10-17 :: Category: Games

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-10-19 :: Category: Books

Ace Flashcards:
There was once a day where studying was done with index cards and long arduous hours under a desk lamp. Agile Partners is here to bring back those index cards for your iPhone. A built in dictionary will help you with word meanings. You can even create your own flash cards for just about any subject you can muster up. An easy to use interface keeps things simple so you can get to what is most important, studying!

$2.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-10-01 :: Category: Education

Black Friday Survival Guide:
Halloween is just about to pass by, which means we will all soon be stuffing our faces with turkey, cranberries, and pies in preparation for one heck of a day. You know, Black Friday! Sazze has taken it upon themselves to assist you with all those early flyer leaks, deals, and shopping tasks during this maddening time. If your Friday after Thanksgiving plans include punching and kicking your way into stores at 4AM, this app just might help you in your attack plans.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-10-16 :: Category: Lifestyle

MADFINGER Games are bringing their iPhone and iPod touch hack ‘n slash game Samurai: Way of the Warrior to the iPad as the creatively titled Samurai: Way of the Warrior HD. Featuring detailed cel-shaded graphics and a smooth gameplay engine to match, this game has you playing as a samurai who is out to cut his enemies into tiny bits using his sword. There are no puzzles to solve, all you’re doing is just finding and killing your enemies, just trying to survive and advance.

The controls of Samurai: way of the Warrior HD are the most questionable aspect of the game so far. Movement takes some time to get used to, but it’s easiest to just tap to where you need to go. The combat controls have upwards and sideways motions that you can chain together for combos. Early on in the game, you can just wildly swipe about the screen and have success destroying enemies, but soon you’ll unlock combos and they will be necessary to defeat the more challenging enemies you run into. The slash inputs are often inaccurate, especially when slashing from side to side, so sometimes, just kind of swiping like mad and hoping you pull off a combo works better than actual controlled attempts at executing specific combos.

There’s the standard campaign mode with three playable difficulties, along with a selection of Dojos to fight in, that let you fight endless numbers of enemies in an arena until you die, along with online leaderboards via AGON Online for all game modes. Samurai: Way of the Warrior HD will be available on Friday, July 1st for the iPad.

Monday Morning App HQ

Random musings of the app store

GTA: Chinatown Wars coming to the iPhone

Last week, as most of you know, Rockstar Games announced that it was porting its critically acclaimed GTA: Chinatown Wars to the iPhone. Not only is this great news for fans of the game, though we do already have the superb Gangstar, but it also shows how seriously the iPhone is taken as a gaming platform. Rockstar is not a company to make gratuitous ports for every platform available (I don’t think the Wii will be getting GTA anytime soon), so this upcoming port shows that Rockstar believes in the power of the iPhone. If Rockstar will port GTA for the iPhone, what other big-name developers will follow? The days of the iPhone being a phone that you could play some gimmicky accelerometer games on are over. Sony, I would be afraid.

New ngmoco FPS trailer, now called Eliminate, reveals the use of micro-transactions

Ngmoco has released a new trailer for their upcoming Eliminate, and while the game is looking awesome, most people are fixating on another detail: you will only be able to play so many matches online for credits in one day, and if you want to play for credits again without waiting a day, you have to buy an “energy pack” using real money. So what’s the big deal? Well if you ask me, as long as ngmoco doesn’t abuse this, nothing. Here’s the kicker: if you run out of energy, you can still play online, you just won’t win credits. So the only people who will buy extra energy are the perfectionists who have to show how good they are. For people like me, who just want to play a game to have fun (isn’t that what a game is for), you can play however much you want and still have fun. So really, this is a great idea as long as two things hold true: the game is not originally priced above $6.99 and the amount of energy you get per day is reasonable. What do you guys think? Sound off in our comments below.

C64 Emulator finally approved by Apple

After months of back room deals, Apple rejections, and Apple non-communication, Manomio has finally gotten their superb C64 emulator has been approved! Obviously this won’t appeal to everyone, but if you’re one for nostalgia, at $4.99, it’s worth picking up because of the high level of polish and solid controls. The emulator comes with five fully licensed games, but no BASIC emulator as was originally included, though it’s apparently suspiciously easy to enable the BASIC if you’re SSH savvy. Future games will be available via DLC at prices to be determined by the original IP holders. Next up, Manomio, a legal Atari emulator (I wish)!

$4.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-05 :: Category: Games

This week’s sign of the apocalypse

Smule’s “I Am T-Pain” is the number one paid app in the entire app store. Enough said.

$2.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-09-04 :: Category: Music

Contest!
This, week, as a first for MMAHQ, we’re holding a contest where you can be the lucky winner of a $15 iTunes gift card! To enter, simply comment on this article with your prediction for what will happen at the 9.9.09 Apple event on Wednesday. What will the new iPod Touch look like? Will any huge games come out (like Madden)? Will Steve Jobs be there? The winner will be the person who has the most accurate or funniest prediction will be deemed the winner (that’s right, this is completely arbitrary)! Hopefully we can get some good participation, and if all goes well, we might have some more contests later on.

Apps of the Week

Modern Combat: Sandstorm

Modern Combat is the most visually impressive title on the iPhone to date, bar none. Models are good, textures are sharp, and everything is fully and accurately 3D. Not only this, but Gameloft actually nailed the controls, a first for an FPS on the iPhone. The gameplay, specifically the AI and level structure leave something to be desired, but Sandstorm remains a great accomplishment nonetheless, and it comes with a solid recommendation at the low price of $6.99.

$4.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-02 :: Category: Games

Samurai: Way of the Warrior

Samurai is one of the coolest games I’ve played on the iPhone. It’s a hack-and-slasher with great graphics, perfect controls, and gratuitous blood! Controls involve different combinations of swipes, and the gameplay is actually somewhat strategic – you have to balance small attacks with huge combos, because if you miss a huge combo, you leave yourself very prone to an attack. Execute moves correctly, and you might be lucky enough to see the body of the opponent samurai stop, then fall on the ground in two pieces, with blood squirting across the screen. Samurai comes with both a story mode and an endless or “dojo” mode. My only complaints about this game are that once you figure out the controls, it’s too easy – there’s an uneven difficulty curve, and that it does get repetitive at times. Still, I found myself playing this $2.99 gem much more than Sandstorm. Expect a full review soon, but until then, you really have to see a video to appreciate the awesomeness of this game.


$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-01 :: Category: Games

That’s it for this week, tune back in next week for the winner of the contest and some more MMAHQ. Have a great week!

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