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Out Now: Burn the Boards

Taking a page out of the very depressing book that is Papers, Please, Burn the Boards is a puzzle / simulation game that follows the dangerous exploits of an e-waste worker.

– Unique puzzle and simulation mechanics
– Insights into the toxic realities of e-Waste
– An abundance of levels
– Awesome pixels and gamedesign by Jamo Games


Think Like Churchill On Sale for $0.99

Ever wanted to relive history? Why not try filling the very big shoes of wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill? Make important decisions and try not to let too many people die. Think Like Churchill is a unique historical game / app, and you can grab it for $0.99 USD (down from $3.99 USD).

Each scenario will immerse you in a different pivotal moment in Churchill’s life. Some dilemmas are personal, some are controversial and some helped shape the fate of the world. You will decide:
• Should Britain fight or negotiate with Germany?
• Should you press ahead with the Dardanelles campaign at Gallipoli?
• Should you order the sinking of the French naval fleet?
• Should you risk death and recapture to escape from prison?
• Should you learn to fly?


[Sponsored] Mucho Party Update Adds 3 New Games, Goes Free To Try

Many thanks to Mucho Party for sponsoring Slide To Play this week.

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.

Mucho Update is available now on iOS App Store. The game is also available on Google Play and Amazon App Store.

This content is sponsored via Syndicate Ads.

News via Touch Arcade:

Vote for Hearthstone’s Grand Tournament Spoilers

Partaking in spoilers is like eating a lot of cake: It’s a lot of fun in the moment, but you regret it later on. Still, though — cake. This is a roundabout way of saying that if you’re excited about Hearthstone’s upcoming Grand Tournament expansion, you can vote on the next spoiler reveal. Touch Arcade has more information.

I know many of you are curious to find out about the upcoming cards, and Blizzard is now giving you the opportunity to vote for the next cards to be revealed. If you go to, you’ll have the option of voting which card should be spoiled next.

Via Touch Arcade

News via Touch Arcade:

Hearthstone Getting Grand Tournament Expansion

Blizzard promised big Hearthstone news and here it is: The Grand Tournament expansion is coming next month.

The theme of the set follows all the different factions of Warcraft lore who were invited to a tournament which, of course, is a silly tournament and not anything near as serious as the Argent Tournament.

Via Touch Arcade


Down the Mountain Updates With New Levels, Characters

Down the Mountain’s long, long descent continues with an update that adds a whack of new stuff. Fall! Fall!!

What’s New in Version 1.1.0
– 50 new missions
– 17 new characters
– get extra prizewheel spins for watching videos
– more mountain sections
– fixed a bug with the level looping
– fixed a bug related to the opening boxes with stars


Tesla Wars is Currently Free

If you’re in the mood to fire electricity at your pals (digitally, of course), give Tesla Wars a try. It’s currently free, down from $0.99 USD.


– Unique world and the amazing game atmosphere. Hilarious sound effects and flashy graphics are here to hypnotize you

– Breathtaking gameplay with an unbelievable number of levels. New challenges will keep you excited with the Tesla Wars

– Spice up the action with new flavors. Each level you meet new enemies, new weapons and new tactics

– Reverse the fight with the aces up your sleeve. Use the Special Weapons if zapping is just not enough

– Boost your progress if you’re stuck. Use extra resources for energy refill, perimeter repairing and weapons upgrading

– Challenge your friends. Get all the achievements and climb up to the top of OpenFeint and Game Center Leaderboards

– Feel free to choose your way. Use different game profiles to try out various strategies

Interesting via Touch Arcade:

Hearthstone Makes More Money on Mobile Than Desktop

Blizzard’s hyper-popular card battling game Hearthstone is, shall we say, super-hyper-popular on mobile in particular.

According to a report from SuperData, *Hearthstone recently surpassed the desktop version of the game in revenue, and it’s been a huge plummet for the desktop version in exchange for revenue for the mobile version.

Via Touch Arcade

Previews via Touch Arcade:

First Impressions of Five Nights at Freddy’s 4

Five Nights at Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon has distributed the demo for the upcoming Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 to a couple of lucky YouTubers, who posted their initial reactions to the game on YouTube.

Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 is the scariest yet, both in quantity and variety of jump scares. There’s new gameplay elements with it taking place inside of your house, and it’s said to be more difficult than previous games with these guys taking quite a while to even get through the first night. Listening to the sound of the game is more important than ever, which again, really just sets you up for prime positioning for an animatronic to jump out at you.

Via Touch Arcade

How-Tos via Gamezebo:

Tips and Hints for Mountain Goat Mountain

Gamezebo has some hints and tips for Mountain Goat Mountain, Zynga’s endless climbing game. Be the baa-adest goat you can possibly be.

Via Gamezebo

Updates via Pocket Gamer:

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Updates With Final Fantasy XIV Characters (in Japan)

Pixelated Final Fantasy XIV characters have come to Final Fantasy Record Keeper, but only in Japan — so far.

Both of these are available in the Japanese version today thanks to a crossover event that ends on August 4th. We’ll keep you posted about a possible western release.

Via Pocket Gamer

How-Tos via Pocket Gamer:

The Five Best Hearthstone Decks for Ranked Play

Need a leg up on the savage Hearthstone competition? Pocket Gamer has some great deck suggestions for beginners and veterans alike.

Whether you’re just starting out in the game or are making that ambitious climb to Legend, you’ll find five of the best decks in Hearthstone – and the all you need to know to find success with them.

Via Pocket Gamer

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Interesting via Touch Arcade:

Nintendo’s Amiibo Cards Might Hint at its Future IAP Practices

Touch Arcade breaks down how Nintendo’s Amiibo cards may reflect its IAP-related practices with its upcoming free-to-play mobile games.

It’s reading tea leaves for sure, but, it this whole mystery card pack thing definitely casts a shadow of a doubt over the assumptions many were making regarding how friendly Nintendo was likely going to be with the IAP in their mobile offerings. I’d love to be wrong, but…

Via Touch Arcade

How-Tos via Gamezebo:

Hints and Tips for Card King: Dragon Wars

Orchestrating a war is hard enough, but being put in charge of a dragon war is really something special. Luckily Gamezebo has some strategies for helping you surmount the challenges offered in Card King: Dragon Wars.

Card King: Dragon Wars is a new card game that blends in elements of monster capturing, and while card games are nothing new on mobile devices, this one plays out a little bit differently.

Via Gamezebo

Interesting via Touch Arcade:

Threes! Free is Doing As Well as the Paid Version

The new free version of Threes! is doing very well, despite the paid version being out for more than a year.

This is really interesting to see, if only out of curiousity. But also, it’s fascinating to see the results of just how a game that existed for so long as a paid experience, and had drama with a free clone in 2048, is doing as a free game.

Via Touch Arcade

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Out Now: Cally’s Caves 3

The tradition of girls with blonde pigtails, mad doctors, and intense underground platforming continues with Cally’s Caves 3, which is out now.

– 120 levels across 8 zones
– intense boss fights against giant monsters
– New playable character Bera
– battle against 20 types of enemies
– New Game + mode which unlocks higher weapon tiers and a second ending
– Wave-based Survival mode: Can you beat 150 waves of deadly enemies and gain the ultimate prize?
– Level your weapons up by using them, and evolve them into different forms with different effects
– 12 weapons classes with 89 unique weapon effects
– buy consumables from the store to use them later for an extra boost
– tons of character abilities to unlock
– new weapon mod system, allowing you to customize your favorite weapon and make it extra powerful!

Reviews via AppSpy:

Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch – Tyranid Invasion Review – Long Title, Lots of Content

According to AppSpy’s review of Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch – Tyranid Invasion, this turn-based strategy game has lots of content to back up its meaty name.

Via AppSpy


Hyperlight On Sale for $0.99

If you’re in the mood for some space shooter action — and why wouldn’t you be — Hyperlight is currently on sale for $0.99 USD, down from $1.99 USD.

Reviews via Gamezebo:

Card King: Dragon Wars Review – Pokemon Hearthstone

Gamezebo describes Card King: Dragon Wars as a cross between Pokemon and Hearthstone, which, as you might imagine, isn’t a bad combination at all.

Initially I was thrown off by the fact that my critters were not cards themselves, and that the only way to get more cards is to attack critters, but it didn’t take long to get a firm grasp on the gameplay mechanics and really fall into the flow of things.

Via Gamezebo

Interesting via Touch Arcade:

Weekly Hearthstone Update: Defining Cards, Devious Decks, and More

Touch Arcade’s weekly Hearthstone roundup features, among other things, a deck that prevents a player from taking their turn. Don’t forget: A big Hearthstone announcement is coming on July 22!

Via Touch Arcade

Interesting via Touch Arcade:

A Nintendo Mobile Experiment: The Smart Boy

The Smart Boy, a Nintendo smartphone mock-up from Pierre Cerveau, illustrates a pretty cool way Nintendo could combine a smartphone with tactile controls. Short answer: A plug-in d-pad console.

Via Touch Arcade

Reviews via PC Magazine:

FireWhip Video Review: Get Cracking

According to PC Magazine, FireWhip is a satisfying action / arcade experience. You might say it’s so hot, it’s cool (boo).

Via PC Magazine

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We'll bring you the latest apps, games, gear, tips and tricks for the Apple Watch daily. Scouring the interenet for the best info, without the clickbait and the fluff. It's the same concise curation of content like Slide to Play but focused on the Apple Watch.

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