Mattel's Magic 8 Ballis a classic mystical, magical plasticfortune-telling device that delighted teenagers with its' Yes/No answers since the 1950s. Modern teens can now enjoy its vague foresight on the Apple Watch with theMagic 8 Ball app.
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Oh Monster High. You and your absolutely awful horror-themed puns. It's enough to make the Crypt Keeper roll what's left of his eyes. Still, it's a popular enough series (even with the terrible puns) for Mattel and BluBox Games to have released Monster High Ghouls and Jewels: a match-3 puzzle game.
Ghouls and Jewels tosses you into the creepy high school as its newest student. You'll have to enlist the help of series favorites like Draculaura and Frankie as you take on the game's 100+ puzzles. You'll also be able to customize the look of your own Ghoul by unlocking and purchasing new outfits along the way.
Monster High Ghouls and Jewels is available now for free.
Originally released by Gameloft in 2010, Blokus disappeared from the App Store last year. Turns out Gameloft no longer holds the license for the game by Mattel, but a company by the name of Magmic now does. This new version supports single player and online multiplayer. Available now in a $1.99 paid Universal version and a free version supported by ads.
He-Man: The Most Powerful Game In The Universe was updated today, adding many-an-adolescent-male's fantasy woman, She-Ra, to the roster of playable characters. She's got her own moves and her own "feminine take" on things, whatever that means. Enjoy the video below, but ignore the "paint the hoverbots pink" part. That's just pandering nonsense.
· New moves and power attacks
· Two new areas of Fright Zone
· New Storyline—for the first time ever play as She-Ra
· Swiftwind attack
· New control scheme with added buttons
· Performance fixes and new playability enhancements