Breakeroids is a game that mashes together (as you may have already guessed) Breakout and Asteroids. It’s a fun retro-style game that offers bite-sized blasts of gameplay. Grab it while it’s free.
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Who wants to pay $15 for an iOS game? Not me if I can avoid it, and probably not you either. We’re in luck, because Capcom’s game of slaying enormous beasts is currently on sale for $7 instead of the usual $15. Buy it up before it goes back to normal price.
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An action role-playing game set in Ancient Greece and Egypt, Titan Quest is PC game that received pretty decent reviews when it launched in 2006. Now it’s heading to iOS, thanks to developer DotEmu. Says Pocket Gamer:
Titan Quest charges players with taking the role of a hero to fight monsters in classical settings like Ancient Greece and Egypt.
The mobile version retains the same 3D graphics of its PC cousin, with players moving the hero around using a virtual stick and virtual buttons.
DotEmu would not confirm a release date, but told Pocket Gamer at E3 2015 that we can expect it some time in late 2015.
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Everyone who knows a thing or two about awesome video games is waiting with bated breath for Fallout 4, a game that is sure to tear a hole through the known universe with its unfiltered awesomeness when it launches in November. In the meantime we have Fallout Shelter. Watch Lonnie give it a go above.
Touch Arcade has a great roundup of the iOS controllers and peripherals they found on the show floor at E3 2015. Check it out, and then read more (or watch more above) about a bonkers-insane one that costs $300.
There’s always an odd assortment of crazy controllers and peripherals at a show like E3, and even on our first day we’ve run across several on the show floor. We’ve been taking short videos on Vine (follow us if you haven’t already!) of some of them, so here’s a quick roundup of the ones we’ve seen so far. I’m sure there’s more stuff like this lurking in the shadows of the expo, so catch them on our Vine or on our Twitter and if there’s enough demand we may even do another roundup like this later this week.
Reveal shocking secrets from the past and save the future in this thrilling hidden object adventure! Jack, a researcher at the isolated Twin Moons Institute, has no memory following a car accident. But a few fuzzy flashbacks suggest he participated in some kind of dangerous experiment. Help Jack find answers to his numerous questions and decide whether his friends, colleagues and even his fiancée are worthy of his trust. Explore eerie locations and piece together the truth about a mysterious portal that could change the world as we know it.
Sonic he isn’t. Crazy Hedgy is a hedgehog with a gun. That’s about all you need to know to download this game for free, right?
CYBERTIME presents the world’s first Beat ’em up 3D Platformer. Check out the trailer: www.crazyhedgy.com
Take yourself on a wild journey and experience the world of Crazy Hedgy! Use your bubble gum to cross yawning abysses, solve riddles, find buried treasures, collect diamonds and learn fantastic new abilities…but don’t let the Spankos get you down!
Tengami, a gorgeous adventure game, is currently on sale for $2.99, down from $4.99. Here’s the official description:
Tengami is an atmospheric adventure game set inside a Japanese pop-up book. Fold and slide the beautifully crafted paper world to solve puzzles and discover secrets. Award Nominations: SXSW, IndieCade, SOWN, Develop
Tengami is a complete game with no In-App Purchases and no in-game advertisements.
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Good news, dungeon crawlers. Warhammer Quest, a very good game about slaying orcs, is currently free, down from $4.99. If you don’t have this game in your collection yet, now’s the time to add it.
Lead your group of brave adventurers through the perilous dungeons of the Warhammer World in the search for wealth and glory!
Based on the classic tabletop game, Warhammer Quest is an addictive mix of role-playing and strategy.
Level up your party of heroes. Loot weapons, armor and mysterious artifacts from fallen enemies. Crush Orcs, Goblins, Trolls and more ferocious enemies!
Card Crawl, a “solitaire style Dungeon Crawler played with a modified deck
of standard cards,” is on sale for a dollar, down from $1.99. Read the description below, watch the trailer above, and grab it if it appeals to you.
Clear the Dungeon of 54 cards by using item-cards, slaying monsters and managing your limited inventory. Each run you can use 5 ability-cards (mini deck building) which will give you unique skills. By collecting gold you can unlock 25 ability-cards which enable new tactics and even better high scores.
Pocket Gamer’s Mike Brown has gone hands-on with the current developer build of iOS 9 for iPad. Read the full article to see what his 14 favorite new features are.
Being the idiot moron doofus that I am, I installed this slightly dodgy and somewhat broken build to my iPad. That I do all my work on. But it’s totally worth it.
From multi-tasking to better battery life to smarter Siri results, iOS 9 has introduced loads of great features that makes it easier than ever to throw your laptop in the god damn bin and just use an iPad for everything.
Here are the coolest features I’ve been using this week, and a few that we’ll have to wait for…
Telltale’s next installment of the Tales from the Borderlands game is coming later this month. From Touch Arcade:
Telltale has just announced that Episode 3 of its Tales from the Borderlands [$4.99] series, titled “Catch a Ride,” will be available for download the week of June 23rd. This is good news for all those who enjoy the funnier side of Telltale’s episodic games. According to Telltale (spoilers ahead), Rhys and Fiona find themselves looking for another piece of the puzzle in their attempt to enjoy the untold riches of Vault key ownership. Fiona gets help from an unexpected mentor while Rhys continues to share brain-space with a dead dictator. Yes, a pretty crazy game this one, isn’t it?
The taxi-killing service Uber has jumped the shark and released a video game that promises to “test-drive your city knowledge.” As long as your city is San Francisco, anyway.
Think you know your way around town? Test your navigating skills with UberDRIVE, the city knowledge game that puts you in the driver’s seat. Help your riders get from A to B and earn high scores for figuring out the fastest routes—don’t get caught going the wrong way!
Tap on intersections to draw your routes; watch out for traffic and other hazards! Complete fun challenges to unlock more cars and new areas of the city. Pick up riders in hot zones with the highest multipliers to maximize your score. Get the scoop on famous landmarks and improve your city knowledge.
Download UberDRIVE today and see what it’s like to make money for giving rides, just like Uber driver partners do in real life.
One new feature mentioned in Apple’s WWDC keynote on Monday was something called “app thinning.” According to Touch Arcade:
If you have a 16 GB iPhone or iPad, you quickly come to regret it, as app sizes have gotten bigger and bigger over time. This is thinks in large part to apps needing Retina-sized assets, and apps that require separate 32-bit and 64-bit code. The new asset sizes start to add up. But a new iOS 9 feature, app thinning, could help out a lot with that, as argued by Ars Technica. Now an app can download just the set of code it needs, just the size of images it needs, and just the GPU code, whether it be OpenGL or Metal, that is required.
Gamezebo has rung in on the quality of Hitman: Sniper. Turns out they love it. From their five-star review:
Advancement comes via a truly startling number of weapons to unlock in a variety of ways: simple leveling, leaderboard placement and blueprints that need to be completed via drops from assassinated villains. In-game currency is used to power the guns up with both passive and active abilities, all of which come in helpful. The only mechanic I wasn’t truly sold on was the simple score multiplier that comes with using maxed out weapons, simply because it seemed to make some of the contracts based on score a little too easy.
In Dead Among Us, you play as a survivor of the zombie apocalypse who uses a bow and arrow to take down the undead. From Pocket Gamer’s 6 out of 10 review:
It all works reasonably well, and while it never gets frantic, the zombie versus shaft action is usually sharp enough that you’ll jump back in for another bite.
There’s the usual free to play gubbins as you’d expect, but if you’re not sick of re-mudering the undead, then Dead Among Us has enough going for it to keep you entertained.
Starbucks stores have cards with promo codes for free apps. This week’s free in-store app, according to Touch Arcade, is Monument Valley, one of the best iOS games around. If you happen to be near a Starbucks, pop on in, buy a latte, and pick up a card to download the game.
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