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Here’s Why Mobile Gaming Will Kill Game Consoles

Want to know why mobile games will overtake console gaming as the platform of choice in the future? Because research shows kids don’t like TVs, and consoles depend on TVs. It’s that simple, says Touch Arcade:

And if you’re a company that relies on a passive display like a television, well, I feel bad for you. A new generation is getting their entertainment from screens they can interact with and have with them. And that’s why mobile gaming has such a promising future. It’s the norm, and console gaming is the weird outsidery thing that’s odd and inconvenient.

So if you wonder why all these companies are going mobile, it’s because that’s where an entire generation is going to be.

Via Touch Arcade

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Lonnie Plays ‘GI Joe Strike’

In GI Joe Strike, you bring a hurting to the Cobra soldiers who fling themselves at you with reckless abandon. To see how the game is, check out Lonnie’s video above.

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Crescent Moon Apologizes for Replacing Premium Titles with Free Versions

Some Android gamers are not happy that developer Crescent Moon has swapped out the paid versions some games with ad-supported free versions. From Pocket Gamer:

“After the recent fiasco of going free with premium titles Neon Shadow and Mines of Mars – we have decided that it would be better to just launch separate free versions that are ad supported on Android from now on,” Crescent Moon told us.

“Even after adding precautions so that previous buyers wouldn’t be affected by the ‘going free’ we still offended a lot of people and would like to apologize for that.”

Via Pocket Gamer

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‘Just Cause’ Developers Release ‘Rumble City’ Trailer

The makers of the insane action game series Just Cause are working on a free-to-play “tactical puzzle brawler” for iOS. From Pocket Gamer:

“While the game may be far removed from our trademark open world madness, it captures some of the same oddball humor our fans have come to expect and demand from us,” said Avalanche’s CEO Pim Holfve.

Rumble City is available a free to play game on Android right now. You can download it on Google Play and the Amazon App Store.

It’ll also be available for iOS on July 9th. You can find out more about it on its website.

Via Pocket Gamer

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These Are the Best iPhone and iPad Games from June 2015

Pocket Gamer has released its list of the best games of last month. Check it out below, and read the full article for details.

  • Her Story
  • Panzerkampf 3
  • LEGO Minifigures Online
  • Dragon Quest VI
  • Tales from Deep Space
  • Piloteer
  • SBK 15
  • SpikeDislike3
  • FireWhip
  • Transistor

Via Pocket Gamer

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Don’t Starve: Pocket Edition Coming Out July 9

Don’t starve. No, seriously, don’t. Think your gradual, horrible death from hunger is inevitable? Well, give Don’t Starve: Pocket Edition a try anyway. It’s coming to iPad on July 9.


Battle Riders – Car Combat Racing On Sale for $0.99

Rock, wreck, and rule. Battle Riders – Car Combat Racing is currently on sale for $0.99 USD. It usually goes for $1.99 USD.


MechWarrior: Tactical Command On Sale for $3.99

Think you have what it takes to pilot a mech? If you’re unsure, try it at a discount. MechWarrior: Tactical Command is currently on sale for $3.99 USD, down from $7.99 USD.


Preview Trailer for Star Wars: Uprising Now Available

We’re on the verge of an uprising. Take a look at this trailer for Star Wars: Uprising, an upcoming RPG from Kabam. It should hit mobile in September.

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How to Unlock the Beach in SimCity BuildIt

How’s the hot weather treating you? More importantly, how is it treating your Sims? Now’s a good time to learn how to unlock the Beach property in SimCity BuildIt.

Nothing says summer like piers and boardwalks on the beach, and SimCity BuildIt’s latest update gives you the chance to build your very own. However, you’ll have a lot of work ahead of you to give your Sims a chance to ride carousels and visit marinas. This guide will give you the tips you need to soak up the sun in SimCity BuildIt’s beach expansion.

Via Gamezebo

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The Executive Review: A Roaring Good Time

What’s a top-tier businessman to do against the forces of the wild? Fight. Fight. Then fight some more. Touch Arcade’s review of The Executive assures us it’s the right thing to do.

The Executive is one of the best mobile games of 2015, and is something that you need to play. It’s so amusing and so much fun, that you’re doing yourself a disservice by not playing it.

Via Touch Arcade

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Every Character’s Signature Ability in Marvel Contest of Champions

Each hero in Marvel Contest of Champions has a stat-boosting “signature ability.” Pocket Gamer has a list that outlines each ability.

They’re not easy to get: you need to combine multiple versions of the same hero to unlock, and then upgrade, these one-of-a-kind specials. So, let’s go through every ability for every character in Contest of Champions so you know which moves to go for.

Via Pocket Gamer


Ubisoft Reveals Rayman Adventures for Mobile

Rayman is about to hit mobile platforms again. However, his latest romp, Rayman Adventures, appears to be a full-blown platformer instead of an auto-runner like Rayman Jungle Run (which is excellent) and Rayman Fiesta Run (also excellent). We’ll know more when the game comes out this autumn.

Reviews via Touch Arcade:

‘Furdemption’ Review: Almost Purrfect

This puzzle platformer may be soaked in feline blood, but that doesn’t make it any less fantastic. From Touch Arcade’s 5 out of 5 star review:

The game has plenty of content, with 100 progressively-harder levels and more coming according to the developers. The beta version included a level designer, but the developers pulled it to focus on the game and plan on adding it in a future update. A level designer with shareable levels would give this game immense replayability because of all the different components already in the game. Even without the level designer, the game more than justifies its $2.99 price, especially since the game has no IAP. Initially, the developers pondered going F2P with IAPs but eventually went with a premium price that might rise as they add more content (which means get the game now if you like it).Furdemption is a trully great puzzle platformer with a whimsical protagonist and a colorful-yet-gory art style that stands out among the competition. Add to that a fun soundtrack and the promise of more features to come, and this game’s a winner.

Via Touch Arcade

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Lonnie Plays ‘Clash of Clans’ Follow-Up ‘Smash Land’

Perhaps you’ve heard of Supercell, the makers of a little game called Clash of Clans. (Right, the game with a Super Bowl commercial starring Liam Neeson.) Their latest is Smash Land, a game that’s currently soft-launched in Canada. To see what to expect when it comes here, check out Lonnie’s got the rundown.

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‘Fort Meow’ Review: Cat Physics

This physics puzzler is about creating forts to fend off the cats trying to get your attention. From 148Apps’s 3.5 out of 5 star review:

A lot of Fort Meow’s charm keeps you in a forgiving mood, not least because of the cats becoming hardier and you also learn more about your Grandfather through his journal. It is a little on the short side though, and such issues stop Fort Meow from becoming one of the greats.

Via 148Apps

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‘Samurai Blitz’ Review: Fresh but Familiar

Pocket Gamer has rung in on the quality of the endless runner Samurai Blitz and found it to be pretty freaking good. From the 8 out of 10 review:

Combined with a double jump ability, you’ll find yourself capable of chaining elaborate slice-hops to rack up the combos. It’s deliciously moreish.

There are a number of scenery changes, boss characters, and unlockable scrolls and swords, but in truth you’re just doing the same thing repeatedly – and in this case, that’s just fine.

Via Pocket Gamer

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New Screenshots for ‘The Room Three’

Developer Fireproof Games has released two new screenshots for the upcoming sequel The Room Three. If you dig environmental puzzles and you haven’t played the first two games, you had better fix that before the three-quel launches. From Touch Arcade:

Fireproof Games has stated that for the third game in the series, it aims to take the mysterious story and puzzle solving to higher and weirder places, which, as you’ll know if you’ve played either of the two earlier games, is quite the promise. The Room and its sequel drip with dread and foreboding and deliver a great puzzle experience set within a gorgeous world. Judging from the new screenshots, then, The Room Three will likely surpass the earlier entries just as the developers have promised. We’ll update you with information on a possible release date when we hear more, but personally, I’ll take a great, polished game over a rushed release any day of the week.

Via Touch Arcade


Joe Danger Infinity On Sale for $0.99

If you’ve gulped down all the danger Joe Danger has to offer in his first game, prepare for a second helping. Beware: This serving of danger is infinite. It’s also on sale for $0.99 USD, down from $2.99 USD.


Joe Danger On Sale for $0.99

Joe Danger laughs in the face of danger. That’s his thing. This awesome racing / stunt game is currently $0.99 USD, down from $2.99 USD.


Tower of Fortune is Currently Free

Let slip the 8-bit hounds of war: Tower of Fortune is currently free. This RPG looks simple, but it puts up a heck of a fight. It usually costs $0.99 USD.

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