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RPG Soul of Deva is On Sale for $0.99

Down from $3.99, this is a Kemco role-playing game that doesn’t seem much like your average cookie-cut Kemco RPG. From Shaun Musgrave’s Touch Arcade review:

I’m just going to say that Soul Of Deva demonstrates a surprising amount of effort and change for a publisher that has been nearly synonymous with the opposite. If you’re in these things for the stories, you won’t be all that impressed. If you’re just looking for a good time with a JRPG that mixes things up a little without venturing too far off the beaten path, you might want to give this one a try, especially at an introductory or sale price.

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Lonnie Plays Halo: Spartan Strike

If you’re thinking of picking up Halo: Spartan Strike to bring some futuristic military action to your iOS device, you might want to take a look at it in action before you do so. Here, Lonnie takes the game for a spin and dubs it “pretty Halo-y.” Good enough for me.

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Frontline Commando: WW2 Review – A Veteran Shooter

Shooter fans won’t want to miss out on Frontline Commando: WW2, a game that has you fighting your way through Europe, killing Nazi scumbags every step of the way. It doesn’t reinvent the genre, but it offers plenty of action and a nice bit of variety when it comes to shooting baddies. From the Gamezebo review:

Graphical quibbles aside, Frontline Commando: WW2 is a solid third-person shooter that fans of the genre will not want to skip out on. Much to my surprise (and delight), it looks like you can make an over-the-shoulder shooter work on mobile.

Via Gamezebo

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BANG! The Official Video Game is Currently Free

If you’re into board games, you’ll want to hop over to the App Store and grab BANG! The Official Video Game right now. Billed as as the world’s best-selling Spaghetti Western board game, it’s free for what appears to be the first time in its history. It also looks pretty fun.

Via AppShopper

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FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Gets Watch Support

Admit it: You’ve always wanted to interact with a soccer game on your wrist. Apple Watch soccer support is now a reality, thanks to the latest update to FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. According to Touch Arcade:

Watch-specific features include tracking the transfer statuses of your five most coveted players, including instant notifications. In other words: in less than a week, you’ll be able to strap a small computer to your wrist and use it to buy and sell virtual athletes like chattel. The future is here, and the future is weird if you think about it too long.

Via Touch Arcade

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– Battle monsters by linking matching colored tiles with simple touch-and-drag controls.
– Unleash a Perfect Attack by using the entire board!

– Use the elements to take advantage of the flow of battle!
– Wisely use each hero’s special attack to gain the upper hand!

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Lost Within Video Review: Suitably Dank and Grimy

AppSpy has a video review of Amazon Game Studios’ horror title, Lost Within, so you can get a good look at the title in motion. Scared? AppSpy wasn’t necessarily frightened, but apparently there’s still a decent horror / adventure game here.

Via AppSpy


Dawn of Warriors – Chaos Wars On Sale for $4.99

It’s healthy to play a sprite-based roguelike RPG every so often, so consider grabbing Dawn of Warriors – Chaos Wars to get your fix. It’s on sale for $4.99 USD, down from $5.99 USD.

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Mattel Making Magic 8 Ball App for Apple Watch

Will the Apple Watch be a huge success when it launches in April 24? You can ask Mattel’s Magic 8 Ball app for your own watch when it launches alongside Apple’s timepiece. Like the toy of old, you ask the Magic 8 Ball app a question, then shake your wrist for the answer. Fun stuff, but best not depend on the app for major decisions about your mortgage or relationships.

Via 148Apps

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Marvel Future Fight Hits the App Store on April 30

Marvel Future Fight by Netmarble is a Marvel-themed action RPG that’s launching juuuust ahead of Avengers: Age of Ultron (April 30 for the former, May 1 for the latter). The game has seen a lot of traffic during its Australian soft-launch, so the final product should be a biggie.

Via Touch Arcade

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I’m a sucker for an old school shooter. This takes me back to Galaga, but really has some odd design choices. But, it’s only a buck and it’s an endorphin shot of nostalgia.

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Out Now: EA Sports UFC

Step into the Octagon® with EA SPORTS™ UFC® for mobile! Collect your favorite UFC fighters, throw down in competitive combat, and earn in-game rewards by playing live events tied to the real world of the UFC.

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Space Bounties Inc Review: Bountiful

If you’re a space-based bounty hunter, it’s usually a good thing to go into the fray with a plan. Space Bounties Inc is all about planning your strategy as you close in on your target and clap the irons on them. 148Apps reviewer Campbell Bird enjoyed the game and awarded it four stars out of five.

Space Bounties Inc. is an interesting little game that unfolds more of its complexity as players earn more money. It has a great sense of challenge and a compelling meta-game that makes it feel somewhat more than the sum of its parts. Because of its sheer number of options and limited resources, Space Bounties a game that many players could sink a lot of time into.

Via 148Apps

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Final Fantasy Characters Coming to Puzzle & Dragons in Japan

Squall, Rinoa, Tidus, Chaos, and other Final Fantasy heroes and villains are coming to GungHo’s hugely popular puzzle game Puzzle & Dragons. It’s extremely common for the title to cross-over with other popular game series, and now it’s Final Fantasy’s turn. No word on whether this collaboration is coming to the English version of the game, but no doubt it’d be received well.

Via Siliconera

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Hints and Tips for War Dragons

What’s cooler than war machines? War dragons. Pocket Gems’ battle strategy game War Dragons lets you pummel other players with your very own creatures of myth. Touch Tap Play! has some tips to bring out the very best in your dragon.

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Does Not Commute Gets New Trailer, Release Date

You know how it goes: Everybody on the road drives like an idiot except you. It’s a phenomenon that’s illustrated in Does Not Commute, a “modern driving game” that’s all about distracted driving. Look for it on the App Store this Thursday. In the meantime, here’s a sparkling new trailer.

Via Touch Arcade


Baldur’s Gate II iPad Review

Like I alluded to in my preview of the game, playing Baldur’s Gate II was one of the defining moments for me as a gamer. It holds a special place in my gaming heart, and you’d be hard pressed to find an “all-time best of” list that doesn’t include this amazing game. Unfortunately, times they have a changed. RPGs have evolved and the way we play games has changed, so a straight port of this computer classic just doesn’t work for the iPad. (more…)

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Lonnie Plays WWE 2K

Wrestling is one of America’s favorite pastimes, so it only makes sense that a (very good) iOS version of the sport has hit the App Store. Thankfully for all of us, Lonnie has a Let’s Play video of it. It’s called WWE 2K, and it’s quite fun by all accounts. Check it out above.

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Build-a-Lot 4: Power Source is Currently Free

If you’re into building sims, today’s your lucky day. That’s because both the iPhone and iPad versions of G5’s Build-a-Lot 4: Power Source are totally free to download. We enjoyed the original game quite a bit when it launched several years ago. And apparently the games have maintained their quality. So go ahead and give it a download.

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Chainsaw Warrior: Lords of the Night Review – Brutally Wonderful

If you like your card games to beat the crap out of you, then we have the game for you. This installment of Chainsaw Warrior pits you against apocalyptical beasties and asks you to clear them out. 148Apps enjoyed the game, saying in their 4.5 out of 5 star review:

The ever-present Darkness is at it again, and it’s up to the gruff but loveably tenacious Chainsaw Warrior to stop the apocalypse for a second time. What’s different in Lords of the Night is that… well, actually, there’s a lot that’s different. You still get to agonize over there being too many cards in each deck and running out of time, though.

Via 148Apps

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Halo: Spartan Strike Review – Near Perfection

Pocket Gamer has reviewed Halo: Spartan Strike on iOS and found it to be a high caliber game worthy of a spot on just about anyone’s device. According to their 9 out of 10 review:

Halo: Spartan Strike is a slick twin-stick shooter that manages to feel like Halo in the palm of your hand. If you like your action deep-spacey, then it’s well worth a look.

Via Pocket Gamer

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