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Hitman Go Review

In a way, all stealth-based games are made up of puzzles. The levels in series like Metal Gear Solid, Hitman, and Tenchu usually give you an area to infiltrate, with well-placed guards who act in a predictable manner, whom you have to sneak past (or kill) without alerting anyone. The makers of Hitman Go have turned the long-running series into a digital board game for iPad, with excellent results.  Read More →

Play Top-Downloaded Puzzle Game Sinkers In Your Browser Right Here for Free


We’re in favor of any new technology that erodes the distinctions between platforms, which is why we’re excited about’s revolutionary ability to run apps through your browser without having to download anything from iTunes. We previously shared their port of Nameless: The Hackers, and now we have a new app-in-browser game from Bitzerland, called Sinkers.  Read More →

New Screenshots and Trailer For Gameloft’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2


There have been several high-quality Spider-Man games released on the App Store over the years, from the 3D beat ‘em up Spider-Man: Total Mayhem to the arcade fighting port Marvel vs Capcom 2. So far, the most technically impressive was 2012′s The Amazing Spider-Man, an open-world crime-fighting game where you could scale huge buildings and freely take missions. With the movie sequel about to hit, an accompanying game is headed to the App Store as well.  Read More →

R.B.I. Baseball 14 Review

The original RBI Baseball is a classic. It was simple, quick, and used real Major League Baseball players from eight different teams. Despite not having official backing from the MLB to use official team names and logos, teams were listed by city. However, if you knew anything about baseball, you knew what team you chose even without the logos and team names, and that was just fine.  Read More →

Glu Announces Freemium James Bond Mobile Game for Summer 2015


Glu Mobile, the developers of dozens of successful freemium series like Gun Bros, Frontline Commando, and Deer Hunter, recently announced that they’re working on a new game starring super spy James Bond, available in 2015. According to a press release, “the game is inspired by the franchise’s rich history, themes, characters, and narratives,” which indicates to us that it’s not based on just one film or actor.   Read More →

Exclusive Interviews: The Cast of Family Guy Talks About The Quest For Stuff


We told you that last week’s Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff launch party was about as Hollywood as they get. Developer TinyCo and Fox Digital Entertainment rolled out the red carpet for several big-name voice actors from the show, including Patrick Warburton (Joe Swanson), Alex Borstein (Lois Griffin), Phil LaMarr (Ollie Williams), and Gary Cole (Principal Shepherd). We had a chance to interview each of them about their favorite mobile games, Family Guy moments, and other characters they made famous.   Read More →