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My Country 3D is an upcoming city builder from Game Insight that looks pretty decent - although the name seems a tad out of whack for a city builder. Ah well, it is what it is.
Craneballs, the studio responsible for the Overkill series, is taking a little break from all that violence (a little break) to bring us Cube Worm - a 3D take on one of the most classic PC/calculator games in existence.
Have you been playing BADLAND so much that you've run out content? Well that won't be a problem for much longer because Frogmind is giving us a level editor in an upcoming (and free) update.
It looks like we can add Magic: The Gatehring to the list of "stuff that has a Puzzle Quest spin-off." D3 Go! and Wizards of the Coast have officially announced that the popular collectible card game will be getting it's own match-3 puzzler later this year.
Ski Safari has been quite the entertaining endless runner (skiier?), but now we've got an official sequel to look forward to.
There's no shortage of Warhammer 40K games on the App Store, but not many of them deviate from the strategy genre. Pixel Toys seems to want to address this with Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade, where you play as an Imperial Knight (i.e. a giant chainsaw-armed mech). Works for me!
I imagine everyone knows George Takei from either Star Trek, his infinite puns on social media, or a combination of both. I also imagine his interest in fitness isn't a surprise to some, but it's certainly a bit of a surprise to me - as is the news that Fit Entertainment is planning on putting him in their apps.
Breakneck has just been announced, and it looks like a pretty neat (if a tad familiar) endless racer. Also, bless my stars and garters is that Mila Kunis?
Next Games (the folks behind Compass Point: West) has announced their next upcoming game - The Walking Dead: No Man's Land. That's right, the people who made a Western town builder are working on a Walking Dead game.
Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey is a promising-looking JRPG that's headed to the App Store thanks to kobojo - and if the involvement of Final Fantasy VII writerKazushige Nojima and Final Fantasy Tactics composerHitoshi Sakimoto weren't enough to get you interested, how does a shift from free-to-play to a premium release sound?
Things didn't go so well in the world of Order & Chaos. Apparently the heroes in the first MMO were duped into destroying the world (you know who you are), but now they - well, technically their ancestors - have a chance to set things right in Order & Chaos 2: Redemption.
Stronghold Kingdoms has been carving out its own little F2P strategy niche on the Mac and PC for a little while now, but today Firefly Studios announced that they'll be bringing the game to iOS as well.
Blade: Redemption is a hack-n-slash RPG that's apparently been doing quite well for itself over in Korea, and today 4:33 Creative Lab has announced that it's coming to the rest of the world.