The creators of Angry Birds present Sky Punks! Assemble a daring team of Punks as you race your GlideWing across the treacherous landscape of Neo Terra. Harness the power of magic Crystals to defeat rival GlideWing riders and fly even faster!
Sky Punks is an unlimited adventure starring a motley cast of characters. Reveal their stories as you collect them all. Use the coins and Crystals you find to unlock new GlideWings and abilities as you explore the exotic world of Neo Terra!
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Celebrate Major League Baseball’s new season and throw your first pitch with MLB Perfect Inning 15! Warm up in the spring season with enhanced gameplay, improved graphics, and all new game modes. Play with all the players of MLB! It’s a whole new ball game. Bring the heat!
Worth downloading if for no other reason than Madison Bumgarner of the World Champion San Francisco Giants is on the icon. Way better than that weirdo that was on there for MLB Perfect Inning 14.
Garfield, the world’s most famous cat, and his intense passion for food are coming to mobile and tablets in a fun new simulation game! As a last desperate hope, Jon takes Garfield camping in order to force him to diet. But for Garfield, Diet is ‘die’ with the ‘t’! Help Garfield get back his favorite dishes while camping in the wild. It is the Survival of the Fattest!!!
• Authentic WWE Action, Superstar Entrances, wrestling moves, your favorite match types, and more.
• Create a Superstar: Create the Superstar you always wanted to be. Available for use in all game modes.
• Career Mode: Choose a Custom or WWE Superstar and take him through his WWE journey. Earn Respect, upgrade your skills, earn titles, and achieve goals to earn your way to the WWE Hall of Fame.
• Training – Learn how to play WWE 2K, from beginner to pro, learning the nuances of the deep gameplay in the game’s tutorial mode.
• Real-Time Multiplayer Matches- Take your created Superstar or your favorite WWE Superstar online and play against friends or the WWE Universe .
• Tons of Unlockables: Play and unlock tons of new items to further customize your created Superstar.
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Yesterday Touch Arcade posted a standard beginners guide for Hearthstone, a fantastic Magic: The Gathering-like card game that has just come to the iPhone thanks to a universal update to its iPad app. Today TA has posted a beginner’s guide to deck-building, which is an essential part of the Hearthstone experience. Read it here.
Even if you are willing to splurge and get all kinds of fancy Legendaries, if you don’t know how to use them in the correct deck, you’ll simply have expensive, but losing, decks.The main take from this guide is a relatively simple one: to use Ken Nagle’s, aMagic the Gathering designer, axiom, “Play good decks, not good cards.” When you are putting cards together, you should be thinking about the deck as one unit consisting of smaller parts rather than a collection of cards put together just because individually the cards look strong. Deck-building is about deciding on a strategy and making a deck that adheres to that. Don’t be afraid to leave out a new, fancy card you just got if you can’t find a good reason to fit it in the deck.
My Om Nom, the pet simulator starring iOS gamer’s favorite candy addict, is currently on sale “for a few days.” It’s down to $0.99 from $4.99, so if you’ve been wondering what it would be like to take care of an Om Nom of your own, now would be a great time to take the plunge.
If you like your puzzle games to be cryptic and mysterious, you’ve come to the right place: Heartbeats is just that. It’s not a long game, but it’s free to download, with a $0.99 IAP to unlock the full game. Jennifer Allen over at 148Apps found it worthwhile, giving it 3.5 out of 5 stars in her review.
For free, you’re given three levels. These provide a good basis to what to expect for the rest. While I’ll dodge obvious spoilers, they work well in getting you to think laterally and a little outside of the box to decipher. A mixture of riddles and visual clues, it’s fun to try to figure out what’s next. Whether you’re piecing together a key from letters or figuring out what a riddle is asking you to do, it’s interesting stuff. In each case, the game controls well, enticing you into exploring what can be accomplished through experimentation. Remember that when you’re playing – it really is important!
Hearthstone is a universal app now, available on iPhones and iPads alike. How does the new iPhone version stack up against its larger older sibling? Take a look at the AppSpy video above to find out. Spoilers: Minus some small tweaks and UI changes, it’s pretty much the same deal.
via Touch Arcade:
iPhone-toting board game geeks will want to keep an eye out this week for an update to the iPad app Pandemic: The Board Game. That’s because the update will bring universal support, which means you’ll be able to play it on iPhone as well. Also, says Touch Arcade:
To celebrate, there’ll be a weeklong sale: Pandemic: The Board Game will be a breezy $4.99 [down from $6.99] from the 17th to the 24th.
Hironobu Sakaguchi’s puzzle RPG Terra Battle is getting a crossover with another Hironobu Sakaguchi game: The Last Story, which appeared on the Wii in 2011. There’s no word yet on how the properties will mix – an update for Terra Battle seems likelier than a whole new game – but we’ll find out more after a Japanese livestream presentation scheduled for April 23.
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Now that the twisted puzzle game Twisty Hollow has gone free-to-play, maybe you’ve downloaded it for the first time and could use some tips on how to get the most out of your spin. Touch Tap Play! has a guide that should help you out.
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Nitrome’s delightful line-drawing game Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire received an update today in honor of 3 million downloads. There are new spells to cast, new enemies to defend against, and new backgrounds to gaze at. Enjoy, magic-user.
Earlier this month, Candy Crush stewards King soft-launched another match-three game. Titled Splish Splash Saga (which is fun to say), this puzzle game features fun soap shapes, bubbles, seashells, and a new octopus mascot.
Getting ready to download Hearthstone onto your Android-based phone? Back up. The Amazon App Store is running a promotion by giving away Amazon Coins with certain in-app purchases. In fact, Amazon has a page dedicated to Hearthstone deals.
You get 30 percent of your expenditure back in Amazon Coins so that you can put them towards more in-game purchases, basically.
What this means is that, if you’re spending money in the game anyway, doing it through the Amazon App Store gets you more Card Packs.
The example we were given by Amazon is this: if you spend $90 then you get 106 packs on the Amazon App Store, whereas you’d only get 70 packs for the same price on Google Play.
Via Pocket Gamer
Ys is a long-lived action RPG series, but Western audiences never embraced it as readily as Eastern audiences. We’re getting another chance to show Ys some love with Ys Chronicles 1, a mobile remake of the series’ first episode. If you’re not familiar with Ys, it’ll be a perfect place to start. No word yet on when the game will hit iOS and Android, but we do have a lovely-looking story trailer.
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Ravenous Games make tons of side-scrolling action platformers. It’s kind of their thing. But Devious Dungeon 2 is special, thanks in part to its three characters you can choose to play as. From Pocket Gamer’s 9 out of 10 review:
The levels are tight and cleverly paced, and boss battles punctuate the chunks of the castle you’re trying to invade. There’s a decent level of challenge here, as you’d expect from Ravenous, and earning cash to buy new equipment quickly becomes habit-forming.
Via Pocket Gamer
Temple Run borrows shamelessly from Indiana Jones, and the upcoming game Lara Croft: Relic Run borrows shamelessly from Temple Run. The game is out now in the Netherlands, but you can expect a U.S. release before too long.
The game seems to hit a lot of the notes of other endless runners, and the Temple Run [Free] comparisons are inevitable, because that game is the granddaddy of all vaguely Indiana-Jones-inspired endless runners at this point. This one might be fun in its own right, some endless runners are still fun despite being derivative. But we’ll be curious to see if this one turns out to be fun and original, somehow. Until then, it sounds like you should consult our one-size-fits-all review. At least this one has a T-Rex?
NBA Jam is a classic basketball game with a long history of being a ridiculously enjoyable entry in the genre, dating back to the Super Nintendo. It continues in this fine tradition on iOS, and YouTouber Lonnie takes it for a spin. Enjoy the results.