Clash Royale, the 2016 multiplayer battle arena game, developed by Supercell, was a huge success and continues to hold the attention of millions worldwide.
Supercell has confirmed that it is releasing a new summer update, and fans cannot stay calm. The update has several new features, as promised in the latest TV royale, hosted by Max and Drew.
RPGs with puzzle mechanics feel like the perfect fit for mobile. There’s something about a game that moves at a gentile pace while having a somewhat predictable-yet-challenging set of mechanics that can morph as you progress through some kind of grand adventure that feels right at home in your pocket.
With the recent release of Hero Emblems II, I thought it’d be good to revisit some of the absolute best puzzle RPGs that iOS has to offer, just in case you missed out on some of these incredible titles.
Call of Duty Mobile’s season 5 is nearing its conclusion, and developer Activision has just dropped a teaser for the next season. The upcoming season is titled, To The Skies.
And just like the name suggests, it has a lot of aerial activities. Each season of CoD Mobile brings a new battle pass, action-packed events, operators, and maps.
On June 3rd, Blizzard’s Diablo Immortal, a mobile title set in the Diablo universe, was released worldwide. To launch the game in China, Blizzard had shaken hands with NetEase, who also co-developed the game.
For players in China, Diablo Immortal was supposed to roll out on June 23rd. However, NetEase has now delayed the release. This comes after the company’s official handle on Weibo was banned for posting content that violated the platform’s guidelines.
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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.
Massively multiplayer online role-playing games have been popular for ages. The battles, characters, heroes, and even foes make MMORPGs addictive. There are story-driven campaigns, powerful heroes, bad bosses, and lots of dungeons to crawl.
MMORPGs on phones haven’t been all that impressive. It is rather difficult to replicate the rich console and PC experience of MMORPGs on a small screen. Furthermore, the multitude of controls has to be toned down for handheld devices.
In any case, developers haven’t shied away from experimenting with MMORPGs and some have entered the mobile space. However, mobile gamers are yet to get a fully-fledged MMORPG experience.
Summer has finally arrived in different regions of the world, and the gaming community hasn't been left out of its grasp. Supercell has revealed that the upcoming July Gold Pass will include some enhanced premium summer-themed goodies, which might be featured in Clash of Clans.
Clash of Clans receives new updates every season, and this season is no exception. Along with some balancing changes, players get to grab new skins for their favourite heroes.
In May, Supercell had revealed that a summer-themed skin for Warden and a few other characters would be included in the June gold pass. With the latest update, players can finally get their hands on the latest in-game items. But that's not the end of it; the July pass will feature a Summer Queen skin that players can unlock next month.
ONEMT has announced an exhilarating round of social events for fans of its empire-building RPG as King's Choice nears its first anniversary. As a special thanks to players for their support since the game launched last year, King’s Choice is bringing its fans an even more grandiose royal court experience with the addition of a new Pets system, a new Home system, and limited-time celebration events.
Diablo Immortal has now been out in the wild for some time now, and it’s basically more impressive as a game than I initially expected and more disappointing on the monetization front than anticipated. You can read a full review here, but the upshot is the game is a perfectly fine and highly polished way to do some Diablo-style grinding and the store—though shitty—can mostly be ignored.
If you don’t want to support or engage with free-to-play design and/or Activision Blizzard generally, first: I totally understand as there is no shortage of reasons for having these sentiments! And secondly: I have good news! There is a veritable bounty of games on the App Store that can deliver a very Diablo-like experience without a gross store or company attached to them. Check out our top picks below.
Battlegrounds Mobile India, the Indian version of PUBG Mobile, is undoubtedly the most popular Esports title in the region. Star Sports and NODWIN, one of the leading eSports companies in South Asia have joined hands to bring and publicize Esports in India.
Esports has been influential on digital platforms because of their streaming services. However, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Masters Series tournament will be broadcasted on Star Sports exclusively from 24th June to 17th July 2022 in English, Hindi, and Tamil.
Ready to take to the stage with the stars from Yumenosaki Academy? Ensemble Stars!! Music is finally out worldwide on mobile today, letting players dive into the 3D LIVE idol rhythm game with special launch rewards. Milestone goodies have also been released thanks to the 200,000 pre-registrations achieved via the game's official website, including: Diamond×3850, Scout×10 and Original card goodies are available as log-in rewards.
In-game rewards abound
Upon starting for the first time, players can receive daily rewards by logging in for 7 days and, by logging in for 14 consecutive days, you can receive special login bonuses such as Diamonds, EXP Tickets, and Gems. There's also a 5-star guaranteed gacha pool, as well as new songs added every day into the song list throughout the launch celebrations.
Apex Legends Mobile was released just over a month ago, with its inaugural season, Prime Time. And now, Respawn is ready for the next season.
With every new update, Genshin Impact presents new characters. Hoyoverse seems to be adding a new character every time, with Kamisato Ayato being the latest addition. Updates frequently introduce new monsters, which can be just as thrilling as new additions to the playable lineup. The long-awaited Raiden Shogun boss domain has arrived in Genshin Impact update 2.6.
Now that I've spent more than enough time in Diablo Immortal to find a purpose in it and also render an opinion on it, I wanted to share some thoughts on how others can join in on a similar journey and get to the fun stuff in the game a little faster.
When I started playing the game, I was flying completely blind and found myself getting bored mostly because I wasn't advancing as quickly as I wanted to and was unclear on how to even figure out what I was supposed to do or what I was even chasing. With that in mind, I've laid out a progression guide here that is focused on helping other hapless players find their way a little easier.
Turning your iOS device into a gaming powerhouse has never been easier. With the hardware running in today's phones and tablets, plus software that takes full advantage of it or otherwise can stream powerful games straight to your mobile screen, you can basically play anything you want anywhere you want with something you carry around with you in your pocket no matter where you're going.
The only problem with this has always been how you control these games that you have such easy access to. More complex and demanding games can struggle on touch screens, and--although they're something you can get used to--they can have a hard time replicating the satisfying feel of plopping down in front of a PC or console with a dedicated controller in hand. For years, Gamevice has been at the forefront of trying to solve this problem for folks who want to turn their iOS devices into dedicated gaming devices, and their latest controller (with companion app) is one of the best ways to do exactly that.