In this last chapter of the Five Nights at Freddy’s original story, you must once again defend yourself against Freddy Fazbear, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, and even worse things that lurk in the shadows. Playing as a child whose role is yet unknown, you must safeguard yourself until 6am by watching the doors, as well as warding off unwanted creatures that may venture into your closet or onto the bed behind you.
I can’t believe it, Lonnie actually starts this video without his signature squeaky sign-on “Hi, YouTube!” Once you get past the novelty of that, you can check out him checking out Prune, the gorgeous game about trimming trees so they grow into the light.
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.
This content is sponsored via Syndicate Ads.
If you’re a fan of spheres, gravity, and side-scrolling platformers, you’ll be pleased to know that a great-looking one is heading your way sometime next month. Watch the trailer above for a look at Astrå.
We all love a good endless runner now and again, and Race the Sun is exactly that — except with flying. It may start off kind of bare-bones and slow, but once you start unlocking stuff it picks up big time. From 148Apps’s 4-star review:
I honestly wasn’t having much fun with Race the Sun at first, but I’m glad I stuck with it. Things really open up once you start to unlock features that, honestly, should’ve probably been enabled from the start. Still, once you get going it’s difficult to stop.
Everyone’s had a chance to dig into the sequel to the most famous mobile game of all time by this point, and the reviews are overwhelmingly positive… you know, despite the usual nags of the free-to-play formula. From Gamezebo’s 3.5 star review:
Angry Birds 2 is a free download, so there’s nothing to be lost by giving it a try. But given how little its gameplay varies from classic Angry Birds, you might be better off paying a bit of money to grab the first game. It might seem a little bare-bones in this day and age, but “bare bones” means no lives or level timers. It’s just you, pigs, and physics. Just the way the Mighty Eagle always intended for things to be.
Touch Arcade has strong words of praise for the latest game in the Angry Birds franchise.
Exclusively looking at the gameplay of Angry Birds 2, this is the best Angry Birds yet. Throwing in additional randomization spices things up a bit, the “boss fights” are really neat, and all the other little additions here and there (Like fans, flowers that spit blocks for some reason, and other strange things) make playing the game a ton of fun.
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The quite excellent and quite weird RPG Fearless Fantasy is currently free — but through August 3 only. Grab it!
Fearless Fantasy is probably the weirdest RPG you’ll play this year. It’s a gesture-based adventure that’s constantly keeping you on your toes. You use swipes, taps and pauses to both score critical hits and block enemy attacks, resulting in an involved and rewarding experience on every turn.
– Use gestures to land critical hits
– Character design that’s both extraordinary and creepy in equal measure
– Full story store with animated cutscenes and voice-overs
– Upgrades and progression systems to bump up your heroes
– Epic boss fights
There sure are a lot of Warhammer games on mobile. Good thing Pocket Gamer has a summary of each one.
I probably know too much about Warhammer. Which makes me the perfect person to help explain everything you need to know about all the Games Workshop games that are out now or are coming soon.
Gotta catch ’em all. Then use their energy to feed the psychic beacon produced by your carrion ruler. Yay!
Via Pocket Gamer
As this excellent video from AppSpy points out, Angry Birds 2 provides a perfect example of how game design has changed to influence the purchase of in-app purchases, and vice-versa.
Marvel’s free-to-play fighting game Contest of Champions is a hit in more ways than one. The title has reportedly garnered over $100 million in in-app purchases since its launch.
Now, it remains to be seen how much of that $100M has gone in to stoking the freemium fires through user acquisition, advertising campaigns, and similar. Knowing how most of these games work, I’m guessing quite a bit.
Are you torn between wanting to play some football and wanting to beat up some orcs? Why not do both? You can with Blood Bowl, which is currently free. It usually goes for $0.99 USD.
Get training for Blood Bowl 2!
Blood Bowl for iOS Tablets FREE until August 23
Blood Bowl is the adaptation of the famous Warhammer Fantasy football board game created by Games Workshop.
Assemble your team from among eight fantastic races* in the Warhammer universe (Humans, Orcs, Dwarfs, Skaven, Wood Elves, Chaos, Lizardmen and Dark Elves). Each race has its own strengths, weaknesses and numerous opportunities to develop which will lend an immense tactical depth to the game.
Ready to go a little crazy with a tower defence game? Then it might be a good time to check out Crazy Kings, which recently updated with new content.
What’s New in Version 1.7.1
EXPLOSIVE NEW LEVELS – Explore all-new locations such as the Lava Lakes and Boreal Isles. Can you handle the fearsome Fungal Forests of Brym?
CRAZY NEW CREEPS – Step up your skills with over 20 brand-new enemy types, including massive Yeti, slimy Snakes and the evil host of the Broodmother!
HERO HOUR – 5 brave heroes are ready to join your fight, including a healer, a sharpshooter, A snake hunter, and even an epic high-tech bomb-bot. Which is your favourite?
BIGGER BATTLEDECKS – We’ve added 4 awesome new cards, including the raging power of the Totem of Might and the devastating Salamander’s Ring.
GOT SWAG? – You asked, we delivered! Epic cards are now winnable in tournament play. Are you ready for a LOOTSPLOSION!!??
TAKE IT EASY – Thanks a bunch for your feedback! We’ve made a load of tweaks, including an easier bird world and an even spoooooookier Well of Souls. Keep those reviews coming.
STAT ATTACK – We added a bunch of new stats to the card viewer for all you passionate number crunchers out there.
NOW IN CHINESE AND KOREAN – Awesome new Chinese and Korean translations. Just select your language in the menus.
Who has time for long, slow safety checks when there’s profit to be made? The latest update for SimCity BuildIt lets you speed things along a bit in the building department.
What’s New in Version 1.5.5
Craft and build your city faster than ever in our latest update! Once you reach level 13, invest Simoleons to permanently upgrade your Commercial Buildings and speed up production time. Quickly craft items like nails, tools, donuts, and more. As you progress, you can upgrade your buildings up to 3 times each for maximum production speed and grow your city like never before!
We’ve also made some behind-the-scenes fixes to improve overall performance. Thanks for playing, and happy building.
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