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Latest iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad App Reviews:

High Rise review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 27th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: MERGING MANHATTAN
High Rise is a surprisingly novel puzzler that rises above the competition

If Found... review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 22nd, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: BURN WHILE READING
If Found... is a gorgeous narrative experience about human connection.


Juicy Realm review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 13th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: FRUIT EM UP
Juicy Realm is a small and sweet shooter loaded with charm.

Hello Human review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 12th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: OUTWIT THE OS
Hello Human is a fun little puzzle game about outwitting a rogue AI.


Democratic Socialism Simulator review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 8th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: SWIPE FOR SOLIDARITY
Democratic Socialism Simulator imagines a world where the US government actually works for the people.

Kingdom Two Crowns review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on May 4th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: KINKDOM
There’s a lot of mystery in Kingdom Two Crowns, for better or for worse.


Levelhead review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on April 30th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: LEVEL UP
It’s no Mario Maker, but that’s kind of the point.

Rebel Cops review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on April 27th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: SCUMMY SHERIFFS
Rebel Cops is a focused spin-off of This is the Police that encourages trial-and-error tactics.


KartRider Rush+ might be good, actually?

Posted by Campbell Bird on May 15th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

It's hard to find good racing games on mobile. Most of them are free-to-play, and free-to-play racers generally suck. Even Nintendo couldn't put together a competent Mario Kart game, opting instead for a weird score chaser that resembles--but feels nothing like--actual Mario Kart.

So, when Nexon released KartRider Rush+ earlier this week, I had low expectations, but I decided to boot it up and try it out anyway. I played a few races, and then I played some more. Then I joined a racing club, found myself friending people, and racing even more. Before I knew it, my week was consumed with playing KartRider Rush+ because--somehow--it has managed to create a free-to-play racing experience that actually feels good.

LifeAfter, NetEase's popular survival game, is set to receive a new map with an erupting volcano later this month

Posted by Stephen Gregson on May 15th, 2020

A new map will be making its way into NetEase's popular survival game LifeAfter. The map is set to arrive on May 28th and will introduce a volcano that's teetering on the verge of eruption, bringing a host of added challenges to the game.

It has lead to extremely high temperatures and elsewhere there are reduced crop yields, unexplained animal deaths and a mysterious fog that's spreading over the landscape. These various anomalies have led many to believe a crisis is just around the corner.

Super Mecha Champions is having its first crossover event with the anime Granbelm

Posted by Stephen Gregson on May 14th, 2020

Super Mecha Champions is having its first crossover event, teaming up with the popular anime Granbelm. The event will last four weeks and see the arrival of a new game mode, mechas, pilots and more.

Granbelm is a relatively new anime, having first released in July last year and follows the story of Mangetsu Kohinata. Despite being quite a young series, it's proven to be fairly popular since it first aired and it has mechs in, which naturally makes it a perfect fit for this game.

Clash Royale: The Road to Legendary Arena: Bone Pit

Posted by Campbell Bird on May 14th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: ROYALLY FUN :: Read Review »

Clash Royale recently kicked off its 11th season and the game is as good as it's ever been. Even for lapsed players, returning to the game is as easy as can be.

If you want to join us in picking the game back up, we've put together this guide series to help guide you through each arena with a top deck recommendation and some tips for how to do it. Check it out below, as well as all of our other Clash Royale guides.

Arena 2: Bone Pit

Top 4 reasons to download Draw a Stickman: EPIC 3, Hitcents' creative puzzler

Posted by 148Apps Staff on May 13th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Draw a Stickman: EPIC 3 is a new and delightful adventure-puzzler from developer Hitcents. It delivers all the fun of its popular predecessors while adding to and improving upon the experience in a number of key areas.

It only recently launched on iOS and Android, and for those of you yet to give it a go, we figured we'd share why exactly this one's worth your time. And so here are the top 4 reasons to play Draw a Stickman: EPIC 3.

Chaos Road is an adrenaline-pumping combat racer for iOS and Android

Posted by Cameron Bald on May 12th, 2020

Chaos Road is a fast, frankly ludicrous combat racer that recently launched globally for iOS and Android. You'll get behind the wheel of a gun-toting, heavily-armoured supercar to take down, among other targets, helicopters, drones, tanks, and lorries transporting toxic waste.

All of the destruction brought about by your advanced arsenal is seemingly in aid of a good cause, however: ridding the city of crime. You'll work to take down gangs and crime lords one at a time, mostly by resorting to acts of extreme laser-blasting violence.

The reality, shockingly, is that the story here is not of much consequence, with the game's focus being placed on delivering nonstop thrills. You'll seemingly know who's who thanks to the fact that the crime bosses all have their own unique vehicles. This should add some variety to the action, keeping things fresh for longer and allowing the game to ramp up the challenge.

Romancing SaGa Re;Universe, Square Enix's upcoming mobile RPG, looks set to release for iOS and Android in June

Posted by Stephen Gregson on May 8th, 2020

Square Enix's upcoming mobile spin-off. Romancing SaGa Re;Universe, now appears to have a release date, as first spotted by TouchArcade. It looks like the RPG will be heading for iOS and Android devices on 23rd June, so just over a month away.

It was initially announced back in February when Square Enix started taking pre-registers on Google Play ahead of a closed beta test that was held in March. It's been a little quiet since then but this App Store listing suggests fans of the series won't have to wait too much longer.

Whack-A-Tile is a modern spin on whack-a-mole for iOS and Android

Posted by Cameron Bald on May 8th, 2020

Developer Crazy Oyster Games' Whack-A-Tile is a simple, refreshing spin on the age-old game of whack-a-mole. It aims to offer a reflex-testing good time, and it's out right now for iOS, with an Android version set to follow on May 13th.

If you've ever played whack-a-mole, then it won't take long for you to get the hang of Whack-A-Tile. You'll be told to hit a specific type of tile as fast as you can. Succeeding will net you points, while failing to do so will chop your remaining time in half.

Collecting a certain number of points will give you some extra time, so it's really an intense battle against the clock. The longer you stay playing, the higher your score will grow. And before you know it, you'll have earned yourself an impressive ranking on the leaderboards.

Clash Royale: The Road to Legendary Arena: Goblin Stadium

Posted by Campbell Bird on May 7th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: ROYALLY FUN :: Read Review »

Clash Royale just kicked off its 11th season and the game is as good as it's ever been. Even for lapsed players, returning to the game is as easy as can be.

If you want to join us in picking the game back up, we've put together this guide series to help guide you through each arena with a top deck recommendation and some tips for how to do it. Check it out below, as well as all of our other Clash Royale guides.

PUBG Mobile's latest update introduces a revamped Miramar map ahead of the new Battle Pass' arrival on May 13th

Posted by Stephen Gregson on May 7th, 2020

PUBG Mobile's latest update introduces a revamped version of the Miramar desert map, following several hints across the game's various social media accounts. There has also been an announcement for the next Battle Pass, Guncraft Finishes and more.

The altered version of Miramar will have new housing areas and roads to explore alongside an oasis and urban ruins. Players will also find a racing track there now, complete with a vehicle called the Golden Mirado, only one of which will spawn on the map. There will also be vending machines which will dispense energy drinks and painkillers.

Draw a Stickman: Epic 3 brings creativity and fun to families on lockdown

Posted by 148Apps Staff on May 7th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Draw a Stickman: Epic 3 is the latest instalment in the popular puzzle-adventure series, and it’s just arrived on iOS and Android devices to help families through these long days and nights of social distancing.

Developed by Hitcents, Epic 3 aims to encourage kids to get creative by appealing to their inner artist, but it’s an all-ages experience that parents can enjoy with them.

MU Origin’s latest update includes new PvP events, guild contests and more

Posted by 148Apps Staff on May 7th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

MU Origin’s 13.0 content update has just dropped on iOS and Android, and it’s packed to the rafters with new features, including PvP events, guild contests and new power-ups.

Among the headline inclusions is The Genesis War, a solo Reverse PvP event that takes place in real-time. This game mode sees 220 players go head-to-head anonymously across five floors with the aim of racking up the highest kill count.

Marvel Future Fight celebrates its 5th anniversary with in-game events and giveaways

Posted by Cameron Bald on May 6th, 2020

Marvel Future Fight, Netmarble's hit action-RPG, is celebrating its 5th anniversary this month with a host of special events and in-game giveaways.

Since launching back in April 2015, the game has amassed 120+ million downloads across 148 countries, featured over 200 of Marvel's biggest characters, and delivered over 250 costumes for players to collect.

The Ebony Maw world boss raid has been completed 190+ million times, and 15 million Titan's Records have been used to upgrade 1.5 million characters to the highest current tier. That's a lot of big, impressive-sounding numbers, but what about the celebratory in-game events?

How to get back into Clash Royale

Posted by Campbell Bird on May 5th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: ROYALLY FUN :: Read Review »

You may have seen a our new Clash Royale guide kicking around on the site lately, and that's because I decided to check back in on the game after years away from it. Turns out, it's still a pretty incredible game, and Supercell has done quite a bit to try and tone down the more frustrating aspects of the game in my time away from it.

As a result, I'm all the way back in on the game and having a blast. If you've been curious about getting back into Clash Royale, or never found the time to get into in the first place, here are some tips to help you get into the game while avoiding some of its more frustrating aspects.

Encourage your kid’s drawing skills with Draw a Stickman: Epic 3, arriving on iOS and Android next week

Posted by 148Apps Staff on May 4th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Hitcent's popular puzzler meets colouring book series Draw a Stickman will be returning to iOS, Android and PC on 7th May. The latest entry is called Draw a Stickman: Epic 3 and could provide a great distraction and learning tool for children at this time.

Not only does it provide an opportunity to be creative, before you even begin playing the game you'll have to draw your own hero, but it also features several logical puzzles that parents and children can have fun solving together.