Freddy and his pals have been scaring the pants off of people for almost a full year. Now, weeks away from the one year annivarsary of the original Five Nights at Freddy's (seriously, the series has gotten four games in one year), we stand on the brink of Five Nights at Freddy's 4. And let me just say, it looks like the NOPE-iest bunch of NOPE that ever NOPED.
Produced by Yoshinori Kitase, director of Final Fantasy VI and Chrono Trigger (among others),Final Fantasy Mobius is the next mobile game from the epic Final Fantasy series set to release on iOS. There is no word from Square Enix if there will be a US release, but we're crossing our fingers because the graphics look like they rival most console Final Fantasysand the fight scenes look pretty slick.
You can take a look at Final Fantasy Mobius in the video below.
There's nothing like the thrill of watching a horse race, especially when the horses are drunk.
Mommy's Best Gameshas revealedFinger Derpy- a game where you try to control the left and right hooves of a horse who is in the middle of a race. If you can tap your fingers with the proper timing your horse will run straight. Tap out of sequence and your horse will run around as if trying to perform an interpretave dance of derpyness. There's a party mode for four players, or a single playerinfinite horse race mode where your horse istrying to "escape" the finish line.
You can check out the trailer below beforeFinger Derpy is released later this month.
Last year we reported that Sebastian Gosztyla's new game, Dual, was theorized to be released sometime during the summer of 2014. Sadly that did not become a reality, but the good news it there is now an official release date.
Dual will be coming out on April 2, which is right around the corner. Dual will let you play a pong-like game between two people in real space. That means that your phone and your friend's phone will each make up 1/2 of the screen. As you shoot towards your opponent, they will have to defend by physically moving their phone.
This is an innovative and exciting-looking new app. Dual will be available for free with a single in-app purchase to unlock all features. You can check out Dualfor yourself this Thursday.
Turbo Tape Games has announced that they're joining forces with Games Workshop to bring the turn-based strategy board game, Warhammer: Arcane Magic, to life on the iOS.
The game lets you play as wizards such asTeclis, Balthasar Gelt, and Wurrzag, pitted against monsters and opponents from the Warhammer universe during the magical storms of the Old World and the Chaos Wastelands. If you prefer to play by yourself, Warhammer: Arcane Magic features a single-player campaign with a deep storyline and a ton to explore.
We don't have an official release date for Warhammer: Arcane Magicyet, butTurbo Tape Games says it's coming soon.
Norsfell, makers of WinterForts and FromPulse, are working on a newstrategy builder calledRagna Cycle. The game aims to do away with palying fatigue that comes with neverending building games by using timedsocial events.
In each event, players have just 14 days to survive the end of the world. You'll be racing against the clock in these apocalypic scenarios to see if you can build a rocket in time to escape your fate. The art looks bright and cartoonish, but that doesn't mean it will be a walk in the park. You'll have to survive attacks and natural disasters as you frantically build your salvation.
Ragna Cycleis set to be released sometime in spring of 2016
Foursaken Media has released a new trailer for their upcoming game, Heroes & Castles 2.
It's an action, strategy, castle defense game somewhat similar in play style to the classic Dynasty Warriors, and Heroes & Castles 2 will have you wading into the thick of it as you fight waves of enemies. The graphics look like they have gotten a signifigant upgrade since the first game, and we can't wait to see what else has changed.
While there is no official release date as of yet, you can sate your Heroes & Castles 2 lust momentarily with the trailer.
Rodeo Games has announced a new upcoming title from the Warhammer 40,000 Universe - Deathwatch: Tyranid Invasion. You'll be the commander of a squad of Space Marines as they battle against the Tyranids in 40 campaign missions. The game will utilize Unreal Engine 4, along RPG gameplay to let you customize your Space Marines like crazy. You can also go up against your friends in online multiplayer battles.
"We were thrilled when Rodeo chose Unreal Engine 4 for Deathwatch," said Mike Gamble, European Territory Manager for Epic Games, in a press release. "These guys have amply illustrated our belief that UE4 is an excellent choice for building high-quality mobile games that really stand apart from the crowd."
Deathwatch: Tyranid Invasion will be out this summer.
HeroCraft is developiong a new roguelike RPG called World of Dungeons - where you'll explore a dark fantasy world by sending your heroes into dungeons to find treasure and fight fierce foes. World of Dungeons uses turn-based tactical squad battles and players can choose between three different single-player modes: Exploration, Boss Rush, and Arena.
Your heroes will not go unprepared, though. You'll be able to collect hundreds of weapons and skills. There are also a bunch of classes to choose from including Warrior, Paladin, Colossus, and Soldier. By mixing your class, gear, and skills you can create complex combinations to base your tactics off of.
World of Dungeons looks like it will be a fun challenge. It is scheduled to be released towards the summer of 2015.
Next door a party rages on through the night, and you just can't take it anymore.
Party Hard, by tinyBuild, is a pixelated murderfest. You play as a psycho neighbor that only wants some peace and quiet. You enter the party and start picking everybody off one by one while trying to blend in and not get caught. The game is set to release this year, but tinybuild has not announced a firm date as of yet.
Until then you can wet your sadistic appetite with Party Hard's trailer.
NaturalMotion has released a preview of their upcoming title, Dawn of Titans. Dawn of Titans immerses you in a world of fantasy as you build your kingdom, raise an army, and capture territories. The focus on this epic action strategy game was the graphics. The game uses proprietary engines called Echo and the Morpheme animation engine to render thousands of units smoothly, with dynamic movement on mobile devices.
NaturalMotion expects to launch Dawn of Titans later this year.
MADFINGER Games has announced their newest zombie shooter Unkilled is coming in June 2015! New York City is facing a plague of zombies and it is up to you to kill the unkilled. The game promises hundreds of missions, quick access to tons of weapon, and a complex storyline.
“Unkilled continues in the tradition of the best from MADFINGER Games, who has employed visual quality, entertainment and diverse gameplay to capture the imaginations of over 80 million gamers,” clarifies game design and project leader, Tomáš Štěpánek, with regard to the development of the game. “Unkilled will offer each player the possibility to experience what it is like to get caught up in the chaos arising from the outbreak of the zombie apocalypse in the stylized backdrop of New York City.”
Legions of Steel, by Slitherine, promises to be a turn based strategy game based off of the Legions of Steel board game. The League of Aliens and the U.N.E. (United Nations of Earth) must work together against the evil Empire of Machines before it can destroy the universe. Your job is to guide an assault against the Empire's production facilities and disrupt their endless supply of reinforcements. You'll get to choose from 2 playable factions and units with their own set of weapons and abilities. Who you choose will greatly impact your strategy for each of the 15 scenarios.
"In trying to faithfully recreate the thrilling experience of the Legions of Steel board game, we wanted to draw inspiration from successful classics such as Space Hulk and Doom: The Boardgame", said Romain Soulie, CEO of Nyx Studios. "The addition of a very engaging multiplayer system, involving head to head, multiplatform challenges and the tournament system, really makes Legions of Steel stand out on its own".
Surprise Attack Games has announced a Cat-astrophic new physics puzzler called Fort Meow! In the game, a young girl named Nia finds her grandfather's journal which triggers an all mighty feline attack! Why do the cats want the journal? Who knows, but you'll have to protect it with pillow forts and over twenty items to discover. As you read the journals, you'll discover the secret behind how the cats invaded the attic. You'll guide Nia as she explores the manor in order to find household items to protect herself with. Each item will have its own physics and special attributes, and you'll have to bend your brain to solve each level.