148 Apps on Facebook 148 Apps on Twitter

Latest iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad App Reviews:

Warbits Plus review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 24th, 2024
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: MORE WAR
This remade tactics game has a lot to offer, but its charm can wear thin before you’re done with it.

Strange Horticulture review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 9th, 2024
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: PAGE TURNER
This game pulls out all the stops to make a game that is essentially about research and plant identification a compelling adventure.


Loop Hero review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 2nd, 2024
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: TARNISHED BY TIME
In the loops of time since release, this novel dungeon-crawler has lost some shine.

Wildfrost review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on April 24th, 2024
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: RIMELAND ROGUELITE
This roguelite deckbuilder isn’t perfect on mobile but it has enough charm and novelty to make it worth playing.


Ghost Trick review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on April 18th, 2024
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: RETURN FROM THE DEAD
This aging cult classic gets a shiny new remaster on iOS.

Slice & Dice review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on March 28th, 2024
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: PARTY PARLAY
This dice-based dungeon crawler has no shortage of design ingenuity and distinct identity, making it a standout roguelike experience.


Methods: Detective Competition review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on March 19th, 2024
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: SILLY START
This quirky detective visual novel is the charming start to a lengthy adventure.

Ex Astris review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on March 12th, 2024
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: PACE OVER PLOT
This rpg is so exceptionally paced and designed that its poor storytelling doesn’t play a factor.


Top Mobile Game Discounts

Posted by Campbell Bird on May 29th, 2024

Every day, we pick out a curated list of the best mobile discounts on the App Store and post them here. This list won't be comprehensive, but it every game on it is recommended. Feel free to check out the coverage we did on them in the links below to further vet these discounted games before you decide to buy:

Games marked with an asterisk(*) denote that the entire developer/publisher’s catalog is discounted, despite the fact that all of their games may not be listed here.

Osseous has a bone to pick with you as the latest Rex Matriarch lands in Runescape

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 29th, 2024



We recently quelled the immense threat brought about by Zemouregal and the giant dragon Vorkath in Runescape, and you might think that earnt adventurers a little break, but no. Instead, Jagex has decided it is time to face off against an equally big and deadly Dinosaur in their latest update to the classic RPG.

You might remember adventuring to Anachronia and then stumbling into a certain lair, and if you do, you were probably immediately eaten by the trio of Rex Matriarchs; Orikalka, Rathis, and Pthentraken. Well, soon you will be meeting a forth, Osseous, but with a simple twist, it is already dead.

Seven Deadly Sins: Idle Adventure opens for pre-registration with a multitude of rewards

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 28th, 2024



Netmarble has announced the opening of pre-registration for the upcoming idle RPG; The Seven Deadly Sins: IDLE Adventure. Expanding their suite or games for this IP after turn-based RPG Grand Cross, you can soon enjoy the adventures of Meliodas and his crew in chibi form.

They may have shrunk a bit, but your favourite characters are by no means weaker as they undertake an adventure faithful to the hit anime series. When you are away they will continue to get themselves stronger, or you can give them a quick hand with the easy One-Tap Draw.

Tower of God: New World goes all Agatha Christie with a good murder mystery

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 27th, 2024



I love me a good mystery, stick Poirot or Colombo on the TV and I am a happy man, and yes I know Colombo is not your traditional sleuth setup, but I adore it. Tower of God: New World is taking a leaf from the whodunits in its latest campaign; The Murder on the Express Train.

Until June 5th you get to enjoy several suspicious events, kicking it off with the the story event. Ha Jinsung and Ha Yura team up to uncover the truth behind the titular Murder on the Express Train. If you detect well enough you will rack up story points and earn special titles such as the Express Train Fixer.

Monster Hunter Now introduces Driftsmelting to take your armour to the next level

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 24th, 2024

One of the most fun parts of the Monster Hunter franchise, to me at least, is designing that perfect armour set to give you that optimal skill set you’ve been dreaming of. Unfortunately, you sometimes had to sacrifice fashion, but that won’t be a problem in Monster Hunter Now, thanks to the latest free update introducing Driftsmelting.

Driftsmelting brings with it a new menu to power up your armour. By collecting and using Drifstones, you are able to imbue your gear with massive new skills, up to a total of ten per piece. It is an incredibly exciting new system that offers everyone the opportunity to overload their gear with a host of incredibly powerful buffs.

A sorely overdue feature finally gets added in Uncharted Waters Origin May update

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 23rd, 2024


It’s a yo ho ho and the pirate's life and what have you, as Uncharted Waters Origin unveils its May update. This month we have the customary new mates including the historic Gentleman Pirate, a new entry to the Relationship Chronicle, and the arrival of a long overdue feature to boost your power to new heights.

It is time for Maria Margarethe Kirch to step into the limelight, as this S Grade mate is the subject in the latest Relationship Chronicle instalment. You will follow the astrologer on a journey to discover constellations, incredibly vital for navigating the seas. Of course, to enjoy this content, you need to have hired Maria.

Brawl Stars veteran-backed Octopo Studio shows off shooting action RPG Bounty Pang

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 22nd, 2024

The 2024 PlayX4 B2B is kicking off tomorrow in Ilsan, lasting until the 26th in KINTEX Hall 1, and Octopo Studio has announced that they will be making an appearance. Shooting RPG Bounty Pang will be on show as the developers seek publishing partners following a successful tech launch in February.

There are a few video game titles that even if you haven’t played them, you know the name, and in the mobile gaming sphere especially, one of those is Brawl Stars. Octopo Studios’ COO, Woohyun Kim, was one of the minds behind this hit for Supercell and is backed by 32 other talented workers as the studio is knee-deep in their first development project.

The Astral Express sets off to bring Honkai: Star Rail to real locations across the world

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 21st, 2024

After vanquishing yet another threat and adding a fine hat to their wardrobe, you’d think the crew of the Astral Express would be able to kick back after their adventures in Penacony. Clearly not though, as HoYo has announced the next leg of the Honkai: Star Rail World Tour 2024, and they are going far.

Kicking off at Anime Expo in Los Angeles from July 4th to 7th, the show will then move to the Japan Expo in Paris from the 11th to the 14th. After that, it's Gamers Con in Taipei from July 25th to the 29th, before Comic Market 104 in Japan from August 11th to 12th. From there is Koelnmesse Gamescom from the 21st to 25th, and finally Thailand Game Show 2024 from September 10th till the 20th.

Dragons rein supreme in Pokemon Unite as the Dragon Carnival kicks off

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 20th, 2024

If you were looking for the strongest type in Pokemon and asked the fanbase, I would wager most people's thoughts would turn to Dragon. They hit hard, are often powerful, and get used by some of the toughest trainers. Pokemon Unite is honouring these characters with the Dragon Carnival event.

Lasting until June 11th, so plenty of time to get involved, the Dragon Carnival is packed full of content to enjoy. There is a new quick battle to get involved with, a challenge centred over Raihan, the Hammerlocke Gym Leader, and the opportunity to grab yourself a license for one of six Dragons.

Players can take a peek into the design of Diablo Immortal's new class ahead of its release this month

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 17th, 2024

It doesn’t matter how much effort developers put into their classes, or how many special little mechanics there are; if there is one that wields two blades, I’m ignoring everything else. Diablo Immortal recently announced such a class in the shape of the Tempest, and now, we have been treated to a making-of-documentary.

Scheduled to arrive on May 23rd, The Tempest is a warrior-priest who has mastered the winds and the waters, much like its namesake. It is a highly mobile class that deals quick strikes with its two weapons, ranged attacks with knife-tipped whips, and the frankly awesome-sounding Zephyr summons.

Android users have a new option in the controller market as GameSir release the X4 Aileron

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 16th, 2024

When you are in the thick of a firefight or trying to pull off a mid-combat parkour flip through a squad of foes, sometimes touchscreen control just won’t do it for you. For those intense sessions, you could benefit from a good mobile controller, and so the rather fancy developers at GameSir have unveiled the X4 Aileron.

Despite sounding like something you would expect a fighter pilot to be zipping around in, the X4 Aileron is a rather nifty-sounding Bluetooth controller that promises an ultra-responsive connection. Whilst you can get a plug-in controller for that guaranteed speed, GameSir says that their controller features low-latency play.

Jagex releases the first of three original stories set within the world of Runescape

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 15th, 2024

At this point, I am sure everyone has heard of Runescape, and or Runescape Classic. It has been going strong for 23 years, with constant content and story coming out. Luckily for fans of the game, or fantasy in general, Jagex has announced an expansion to Gielinor’s lore, in the form of a new fantasy novel; Runescape: The Gift of Guthix.

The first of a planned trilogy, The Gift of Guthix is a tale of civil war, the origin of magic, and the less-than-successful Fremennik Great Invasion. Lord Raddallin is gathering an army of tribes to his cause, helped by his advisors comprised of Black and White knights, all cautious of one another.

Watcher of Realms unveils new story and new heroes for a bumper month of May

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 14th, 2024

Watcher of Realms players are in for quite the feast this month, as Moonton release two powerful new heroes, including one that will burst down even the most mighty of foes. Recruit your new friends, and then burn through the Main Quest expansion and debut game mode.

On May 21st, the New Odyssey update is coming to the main questline, provided you have completed Chapter 17 of Path of Destiny. Conquer this new wave of stages and you will be swimming in some special rewards. You will get a new skin, and maybe even a super special secret legendary hero.

Reverse: 1999 continues its trip down under with Phase 2 of Revival: The Uluru Games

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 13th, 2024

The field trip to Australia continues in Reverse: 1999 as Phase 2 of Revival! The Uluru Games kicks off. You will be able to collect new characters, engage with new events, get hordes of free gifts, and follow the story of a mushroom-based researcher from the land of Melbourne.

In your continued journey you will run into Ezra, the aforementioned fungus fanatic, and be able to learn about him through his story event; As The Driven Snow Falls. He works hard in his lab at the Laplace headquarters and is always willing to help out anyone in needs, despite his aversion to battle.

Ride into the zombie apocalypse in style with Earn to Die Rogue

Posted by Shaun Walton on May 10th, 2024

Back in the good old days of Flash games, there were a few staples; Happy Wheels, Stick RPG, and of course the apocalyptic driver Earn to Die. Fans of the running over zombies simulator can rejoice, as the sequel to the legendary game, Earn to Die Rogue, has launched on mobile with some nice upgrades.

Sticking true to its roots, Rogue brings back the zombie hit-and-run fun for the first time since 2015, having rocketed to the number one spot on the iOS paid games charts in 135 countries. It also notched up over 160 million downloads on Google Play as a free-to-play title, and I am sure we can expect similar numbers again.