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Britney Spears is Getting a Mobile Game

Pop star Britney Spears is the latest starlet to keep up with the Kardashians through her own mobile / social game. It’s being put together by Glu, and we can likely expect lots of (digital) parties and socializing as we flit from place to place with Britney and whichever tiny dog she happens to be toting in-game. More details are forthcoming.

Via Touch Arcade

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Star Wars Games On Sale for May the 4th

May the 4th be with you. You know the joke, and apparently so does whomever’s in charge of setting Star Wars’ game prices on the App Store. Several Star Wars titles are currently on sale, and even free-to-download titles have dropped the price of their IAP’s.

Titles on sale include (USD prices listed):

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ($2.99, down from $9.99)
Star Wars Pinball 3 ($0.99, down from $1.99)
Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions (Free, IAP on sale)
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga ($6.99 to download full game, down from $9.99)

Via Touch Arcade

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Hints and Tips for Bears vs Art

Is Halfbrick’s Bears vs Art being a bit of a bear for you? Gamezebo has a walkthrough / guide that should help you wage war on whatever canvases get in your way.

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News via Pocket Gamer:

Capcom Changing Sexualized Female Character Designs in Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter

Capcom recently received some flack for certain augmentations performed on female Ghostbusters in its puzzle / battle game, Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter. Not to say the enhancements are exclusive to the Ghostbusters; even androgynous characters like Gozer received an upgrade. Capcom will be scaling things down a bit in response to the criticism.

A representative from Capcom told Pocket Gamer, “we will be revising the character art with more modest Ghostbusting appropriate attire.”

Via Pocket Gamer


Shardlands On Sale for $0.99

Got any major plans for the weekend? Why not hang out in an alien dimension? Shardlands is an action puzzle game with beautiful visuals that’s currently on sale for $0.99 USD. That’s down $2 from its usual price of $2.99 USD.

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Broken Age Act Two Walkthrough

Need some help winding your way through the second half of Tim Schafer’s magical adventure game? Gamezebo has a full walkthrough that takes you through each puzzle step-by-step (part one of the walkthrough is available, too).

Reviews via Gamezebo:

Broken Age Act Two Review: Two Halves Make a Whole

Tim Schafer’s Broken Age is done, and adventure fans are having a good time in its surreal world. Gamezebo reviewer Jillian Werner gives the game high praise, saying the game’s colorful and whimsical setting carries it through its few flaws.

[W]hile we sometimes felt Act 2 was just a lightly modified Act 1, if you enjoyed the first half, there’s only more to love here. Unlike Shay, we don’t want to get off this ship. But, like Vella, we wouldn’t mind a few more explosions.

Via Gamezebo


Symphony of Eternity On Sale for $3.99

In the mood for swords, dragons, and bright-haired heroes? Kemco’s RPG Symphony of Eternity is temporarily on sale for $3.99 USD. That’s down $3 from its original price of $6.99.


Grinsia On Sale for $3.99

If you need more Japanese RPGs in your life (which is wholly recommended), Kemco recently put Grinsia on sale. This 16-bit style JRPG is as traditional as they come. It’s currently $3.99 USD, down from $6.99 USD.

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Forgotten Memories Gets An Easy Mode

Having a bit of trouble with the survival horror game Forgotten Memories? Well, who said survival in a hostile environment was supposed to be easy? Nevertheless, if you’re feeling overwhelmed, a new update lets you try out an “easy mode.” Said mode gives you unlimited flashlight power, unlimited saves, more ammo, more stamina, and easier enemies.

Via Pocket Gamer


Hands-On Preview of Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighters

AppSpy goes hands-on with Capcom’s latest mobile game, a match-three puzzler based on the Ghostbusters franchise. Though it’s too early to pass any major judgement, between dull gameplay and excessive IAP peddling, it’s looking like you shouldn’t call this one. Not even if there’s something strange in your neighborhood.

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Swordigo is Currently Free, So Grab It Now

Swordigo is an excellent side-scrolling hack and slash game. It’s colorful, it’s fun, and it has a fantastic feeling of progression. Just read our review if you’re not convinced. It’s currently free, so be sure to download it if you haven’t yet.

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Mr Jump Gets 12 New Ultra-Tough Levels

If your reflexes are finely tuned enough to have gotten you through all of the levels in Mr Jump, you’re in luck: 12 new excruciating, exacting levels have been added to the game for free. From Gamezebo:

Players can experience the new set of levels by selecting “World B” from the start menu. The first new stage introduces a jetpack that controls just like Jetpack Joyride. What you’ll find in the other 11, I couldn’t begin to guess. After 50 attempts at World B Stage 1, I’m still at 39% completion.

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Jurassic World Review: A Worthwhile Experience

Jurassic World mixes park building with dino-on-dino combat. If that’s the kind of thing you’re after you’ll definitely want to give it a look. From 148Apps’s 4 out of 5 star review:

Much has been streamlined this time around. You still have to hatch dinosaurs and clear away the overgrown portions of Isla Nublar, but you won’t also have to spend time and resources removing rocks and other debris after you’ve already cleared an area. You also don’t have to worry about juggling two separate types of food for your critters – this time there’s just one food source that covers both herbivores and carnivores (this is a lot more awesome than it sounds).

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Arcane Tower Review: Pleasantly, Challengingly Roguish

The third part of a trilogy of roguelikes, Arcane Tower sports retro appeal and challenge, but not too much else. Depending on what you’re looking for in a roguelike, that might be enough. From Pocket Gamer’s 7 out of 10 review:

As a result, Arcane Tower is the best game in this punishing trilogy. It still lacks the fizz, pop, and impeccably condensed tactical scope of something like Hoplite or Lamp and Vamp, but it’s a tight and challenging addition to the roguelike genre nonetheless.

Via Pocket Gamer

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Out Now: Bears vs Art

Think The Scream is overrated? Want to whack Mona Lisa in her smug face? Then you have a lot in common with Rory, the bear starring in Halfbrick’s Bears vs Art. It’s probably the only puzzle game in existence that lets you destroy abstract art as a bear.

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First Look at Star Trek: Timelines

Upcoming adventure game Star Trek: Timelines is still early in development, but going by this 10-minute demonstration video from PAX East, it’s already the stuff geek dreams are made of. No release date is set yet, but the game appears to be coming along nicely.

Via Gamezebo

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Out Now: Marvel Future Fight

No matter how dire the threat, it’s always a good day when heroes team up to save the day. Marvel Future Fight has finally been released worldwide, and it’s a solid action RPG starring Marvel’s best. Hooray for dream match-ups.

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Out Now – Jurassic World: The Game

Though we all harbor the secret desire to genetically engineer dinosaurs in real life, it’s not happening. You’ll have to sate yourself with Jurassic World: The Game, which lets you build your very own dinosaur theme park, and even allows you to make your creations fight each other. It’s free to download.

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[Sponsored] Stella’s Journey Out This Week on iOS and Android

Many thanks to our sponsor this week, Gravity Software, Ltd. and their game Stella’s Journey.

Stella’s Journey is an adventure / platform / puzzle game out this week set in a world where Stella wakes up transformed in a mysterious fairy tale style world after reading the first page of a book.

The spell that Stella reads on the first page of a mysterious book has turned her into a paper box. Only with the help of the wind can Stella find her way back home. Guiding the box through 12 puzzle filled chapters, the player controls the movement of the box with the wind through a series of platform puzzler challenges.


Guiding Stella is done by touching on the screen to the sides of the box to blast a bit of wind and speed it in the direction away from the touch. Blowing wind in front the direction of motion will slow it down.


Along Stella’s journey there will be falling rocks, crushing boulder walls, and even guardian enemies. A variety of deadly traps and enemies in a multitude of physics-based puzzles in handcrafted environments with professional narration and sound effects.

Take a look at the video below to get a feel for the gameplay in Stella’s Journey.

Stella’s Journey comes to us from Gravity Software, Ltd., the same folks who recently brought us Religion Simulator.

Stella’s Journey is out this week on iOS and Android.

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Whoa Dave! Updates With New Characters, New Levels, and a UFO

Whoa Dave! is a simple-looking but top-notch combination of Super Mario Bros and Joust, and it very recently received an update. There’s tons of new content for your consideration, including tons of new characters, new enemy types, new levels, a ridable UFO, and a “classic” mode in case you like your Daves simple.

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