Gameloft has dropped the veil on their upcoming game Brothers in Arms 3. They haven’t spilled much about the game yet besides its early 2014 release window and that it will “base its tactical shooter gameplay in a variety of levels, both indoor and outdoor and subject to varying weather conditions.” If it’s like the previous two editions, it’ll be an enjoyable World War II shooter. Check out the four environment screenshots below. Read More
It’s Cyber Monday, which means a whole giant boatload of games are on sale on the App Store. We’ve updated our list of weekend sales and hand-picked the biggest and best of the bunch. If you’re looking for a deal on iOS great games, look no further. Read More
Castle of Illusion isn’t Mickey Mouse’s first appearance on iOS, but fans will be glad to know that it’s a game worthy of his stature. A souped-up remake of the Sega Genesis classic, Castle of Illusion is a 2D/3D platformer that has you exploring varied environments, finding scattered collectibles, and pelting bad guys with apples. The overall experience is like playing through a Disney fairytale. Read More
Are you familiar with the works of a man named Saul Bass? During the ’70s and ’80s he was one of the most iconic graphic-designers/artists the nation had ever seen. His surreal and spacey style graced movie posters, corporate logos, and even movies themselves which included the title sequence for Hitchcock’s Psycho. He has been imitated, revered, and homaged endlessly over the years (check out the title sequence for the Spielberg movie Catch me if You Can for an idea) and it’s not hyperbole to say that he’s one of the most influential artists of the modern era. Read More
In Stealth Inc, you play as a robot trying to escape an extremely oppressive building. The rooms are alive with the sound of lasers, and it’s your job to avoid having your circuits fried while you solve environmental puzzles to make your way from room to room. Read More
You wanna get nuts? Let’s get nuts. Icycle is a stunning new platformer that’s so straight-up bonkers you never have any clue what you’re going to find when you make your way from one screen to the next. We took the game for a spin so you can see the first few levels to get an idea of what we’re talking about. Read More
The week of Black Friday is a week of deals, and the App Store is no exception. Chair Entertainment is currently offering the original Infinity Blade free of charge (down from $5.99). So if you don’t have it yet, read our review and hop over to the App Store to grab it up while the getting’s good. Read More
The ‘90s was when the fighting game craze was at its peak. You had Capcom’s Street Fighter II and Midway’s Mortal Kombat leading the charge, not only at arcades across the country, but these franchises also had remarkable ports created for the home consoles as well. SNK was another company that threw its hat into the fighting game arena, and had some respectable franchises as well. Read More
With Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag available now on consoles, iOS gamers might be feeling a little left out. Fortunately, Ubisoft is releasing a mobile-specific pirate game set in the world of Assassin’s Creed on December 5, so you’ll be able to set sail with a crew of salty dogs from just about anywhere. We had a chance to go hands-on with an early build, so read on for our impressions.
With so many iOS games available for download, developers are doing everything they can to lower the barrier of entry for people to try their games. That includes putting free games on the web using Flash, like Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, but we think there’s an even better way. App.io, a company that provides HTML 5 web demos of iOS apps, wants to give you a chance to play Nameless: The Hackers, without using Flash or having to download an app.
Have you played Kingdom Rush: Frontiers yet? If not, you should because it’s great–just check out our Must Have review. But if you’re still not sold and want to try it before you buy it, you can do so now for free. Armor Games and Ironhide Studios have just released a Flash version of the game you can play in a browser here. Read More