The Sky Gamblers series is great for anyone even remotely interested in airplanes shooting at each other in the sky. The World War II installment Storm Raiders has just dropped from $4.99 to $0.99, which makes it a very good deal.
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The Clash of Clans-like game Star Wars Commander has just gotten a sizable update that brings with it a bunch of new stuff, including new worlds like Hoth. Here’s the rundown on what’s new:
Star Wars: Commander – Worlds in Conflict Update
* Base Relocation – Build and upgrade a Planetary Command building to scout out new worlds and move your base across the galaxy!
* Galaxy Map – Explore the galaxy, gather intel on your allies and rivals, as well as the status of worlds in conflict.
* World Conflicts – Fight for your faction in ongoing tournament-style conflicts on each world and earn Loot Bonuses that pay out when you battle rivals.
* Additional worlds include Dandoran, Er’Kit, Yavin 4, and Hoth!
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Mucho Party is a local multiplayer party game that now includes 40 mini games. Bud don’t fret if it’s a party of one — Mucho Party includes three different AI levels for single play. The mini games includes in each round can be chosen in 6 different ways ensuring lots of variety or allowing the players to pick their favorite mini games.
This latest update also takes the game to free to download allowing players to try before they buy. Five of the 40 games are included for free with the other 35 easily unlocked via one single in-app purchase.
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Good news, space strategy game fans. Spacecom is now two bucks instead of its usual four. From the App Store description:
– Single player campaign that will test your wit in diverse tactical puzzles
– Tense multiplayer – dominate up to 5 players per map
– No coincidence, no luck. What matters is good planning and successful execution
– Sound designed specifically to trigger strategic thinking
– Minimalistic visual design inspired by military technology
– Created to exalt smart thinking over fast clicking
Don’t play This War of Mine if you want to get warm and fuzzy feelings inside. It’s a realistic war game from the perspective of innocent civilians. But it’s an incredible achievement as a game, says 148Apps in their 4.5 out of 5 star review.
If you’ve already played This War of Mine on PC there isn’t much reason for you to do so again on the iPad, but the portability is nice. If you haven’t played it at all, you should really consider doing so. I won’t promise that you’ll enjoy yourself, but it will definitely stick with you long after you turn it off.
Like it or not, we live in an age when companies make announcements of announcements. The latest of these magnificent things comes from Rovio, the Finnish makers of the Angry Birds juggernaut. Apparently, they’re gearing up to unveil a full, actual sequel. Buckle up.
Via Touch Arcade
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Gameloft has added a bunch of new content to the gorgeous free racing game Asphalt 8: Airborne. What’s New? From the app description:
• CAR MASTERY: Take on a series of over 1,500 special challenges to win exclusive & iconic cars!
• 8 NEW CARS: Spark a fire in your soul with the McLaren P1 GTR, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, McLaren 675LT, and more.
• NEW DECALS: Because you can never have too many customization options!
Just a heads up: From now until July 16, if you play the free game Marvel Contest of Champions, you’ll be able to watch an exclusive clip of the upcoming movie Ant-Man, which opens Friday, July 17. The clip is viewable in the game. By the way, the game just got an Ant-Man update. Coincidence? I think not.
The digital version of the board game Galaxy Trucker has gotten a multiplayer mode as well as a price cut (for the iPad version, anyway). From Touch Arcade:
These missions can be accessed from the online lobby, with a new mission popping up every two days. These are in both iPhone and iPad versions of the game. Plus, if you want to check out the iPad version, it’s gotten a price cut to $4.99, same price as the iPhone version. So hey, while a universal version would be great, at least you don’t have to pay more for one platform compared to the other now, I suppose! The updates are available right now for both versions.
Via Touch Arcade
If you don’t mind your RPGs to be heavy on the grinding, you might not mind Super Awesome Quest, a game 148Apps awarded 4 out of 5 stars. From the review:
Of course, Super Awesome Quest ends up a little heavy handed with in-app purchases as is often the way with such games, but it’s kind of forgivable. You can still get somewhere by chipping away at the game yourself, and you’ll easily lose some free time to this title. Eventually that urge to see around the next corner will fade, but while it lasts you’ll be itching for more time spent flipping tiles.
All the kids are playing Agar.io these days, but the game doesn’t exactly come out and explain itself all that well. Gamezebo is here to help, with some tips and strategies to gobbling up other circles.
All in all, Agar.io is a very simple game. With that said, there are a number of Agar.io tips, cheats, and strategies that players can take into the game that are sure to help their overall survivability, and decrease their odds of being absorbed by other players.
Heroki is the kind of game that has you fly through a beautiful world to defeat a nefarious doctor. 148Apps gives the game high praise in their review, with a score of 4 out of 5 stars. Here’s an excerpt:
Heroki soon ends up being worth the asking price, given its plentiful amount of content. At first it seems more like a family friendly title, but it soon ramps up the difficulty and leaves you challenged yet satisfied. It very nearly harkens back to the days of the golden era of Sega games always being high quality. It’s only when you grudgingly accept that no control method is perfect and that sometimes the camera zooms too close that the promise of Heroki is held slightly back. Despite that, you’ll still enjoy what’s here.
Looks like the classic isometric RPG series is getting a new expansion. The news comes from developer Beamdog, the company that ported the two games to modern platforms. The new game will be an expansion of Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition, and is set to release later this year. Check out the expansion’s website for details.
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