Posted by Jessica Fisher on July 10th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Ubisoft was proud to announce today that Assassin’s Creed Pirates is being featured as the Free App of the Week in the App Store. This news comes alongside the fourth update being released.
The update includes new missions that take players to La Isla de la Juventud for slave liberation. The mission unlocks exclusive rewards as part of the new daily reward system. Players will receive increasingly valuable rewards every day just for playing.
The update also has ship customization so you can sail the seas in style. Lastly, new players will be happy to hear that they will receive a Starter Pack in the store and have several tutorials to reference as they begin their ruthless life of piracy.
Check out Assassin’s Creed Pirates for free on the App Store while you can.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on July 3rd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Square Enix has released the Airport Box Update for Hitman Go today. It’s the first content update for the game since it’s release and it includes 15 new levels, new game-play mechanics (civilian mode, moving walkways, skipping turns), and new enemies. You can access the Airport levels either by unlocking them through regular play or by paying $0.99 to unlock them early.
Hitman Go is available in the App Store for $4.99.
Posted by Ellis Spice on July 1st, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Readdle has announced that their Scanner Pro by Readdle app, which allows users to scan documents with their iOS device’s camera, has been downloaded six million times since its launch. To celebrate this milestone, the app is currently available for 50% off, making it $2.99 for the time being.
Scanner Pro by Readdle is available now as an universal app for $2.99, down from the usual price of $5.99.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on June 13th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Ubisoft has announced that Trials Frontier is receiving a huge update. You will be able to crash in style with the ability to earn outfits in-game. Also, you can customize your bike to match your snazzy new duds with the new paint jobs feature!
As if that wasn’t enough, Ubisoft has added the Home Shack, which functions as your home base and changing room, and 11 new tracks to ride, jump, fall, tumble, and explode on.
Trials Frontier is free in the App Store.
– THE HOME SHACK: A place to finally call your own in the village. Also doubles as a changing room to manage all the amazing new threads you’ll be winning!
– BANANA TIME! Butch, Leroy, or Cassidy getting the best of you? Sabotage them with a slippery banana peel and you’ll be sure to win!
– NEW PAINT JOBS: The Flaming Tango was a huge hit, so we’ve added WAY MORE paintjobs for all the bikes!
– LOOT WHEEL LEVEL UP: Win massive amounts of coins, new tracks, outfits, bike skins, and OTHER THINGS on the loot wheel now when you complete a race!
– PUSH NOTIFICATIONS: Love defeating your friends? Want to rub it in even more? Well now you can with push notifications alerting your friends when you pass them on the leaderboard.
– MORE TRACKS BABY! 11 new tracks from our track building experts, they just keep getting better!
Posted by Ellis Spice on May 28th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
It’s time for Mika Mobile‘s Battleheart to rise again. A re-imagined 3D version entitled Battleheart Legacy can now be found on the App Store, allowing players to customize their unique hero and forge their legacy once more.
This version of the game features a refined real-time combat system, with movement and attacking controlled simply with taps on the screen. The game also features over 150 unique skills between 12 classes and over 200 pieces of equipment to collect along the way, allowing players to further tailor their character to their playing style.
Battleheart Legacy is available now as an Universal app for $4.99. The developer recommends playing the game with iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5th gen, iPad 2, iPad mini, or above.
Posted by Carter Dotson on May 16th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Bonsai Slice has just started swinging a bigger sword. The game where players use their iPhone or iPod touch with a gyroscope to hack and slash at objects being tossed from all around them, is now universal for the iPod. Plus, the game now has a variety of new objects to cut into little pieces.
You can download Bonsai Slice off the App Store for free.
Dojo Arcade, an indie studio set up by three former Masters students from the University of Glamorgan, have announced Creature Battle Lab – a creature battling game for iOS. As an intern at the famous ‘Creature Battle Lab’, it’ll be your job to experiment with DNA and create a team of battling creatures. These teams can be unleashed in the lab arena, with the ultimate goal being to work your way through the leagues and to prove that you’re truly a “Pro”-fessor.
Creature Battle Lab will be free-to-play when it mutates into a full game and is released to the world sometime later this year.
The app has been rebuilt from the ground up to include a Universal search – one of the most asked-for features for the app. Universal search allows users to search across all the music services available on the app, making it easier to find all the places where an artist’s work exists, including little known covers and remixes. Also included in this update are easier ways to explore music services and the ability to play full stereo sound from rear channel speakers in a home theatre set-up.
The Sonos Controller app is available now and is free.
Posted by Ellis Spice on May 9th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A new entry in the Soulcalibur series can now be found on the App Store. Soulcalibur Unbreakable Soul, unlike the original Soulcalibur, is a card-based game that features a one-finger control system, with players selecting what moves they wish to perform from the bottom of the screen. Using this system, players automatically guard when not performing any moves, with well-timed moves creating openings that allow for a barrage of attacks on their opponent. The game also features an all-new story following Cassandra and the Edge Master on their search for fragments of the Soul Edge.
Soulcalibur Unbreakable Soul is available now, is free-to-play and requires an Internet connection.