Youtuber TouchGameplay has posted a video showing the in-car / driver view in the NASCAR update for Real Racing 3. This makes Real Racing 3 look like easily the best NASCAR game for mobile. It looks amazing!
Fansided has published some great tips and tricks on getting the most out of Pokemon Shuffle. Like this:
When choosing your support Pokémon, the game will give you clues as to which of your Pokémon will do more or less damage against the enemy you are about to fight. If that still doesn’t help, you can always hit the “optimize” button, giving you the best lineup you can have based on your current collection, and most likely taking any Pokémon who do reduced damage against that particular opponent out of the battle.
Zoombinis is a port from days of old and it’s ticking all kinds of memories for some. Touch Arcade notes:
In terms of its visual style, Zoombinis holds up rather well on paper, as the characters are all full of life and of course, timelessly cute. However, much like the gameplay, the animations are severely dated, and not even this mobile re-release can make them shine. Even all of the screenshots I’ve taken, despite their high resolution, look washed out and like a relic of the past.
If you have a child or an open mind for a edutainment, Zoombinis is worth checking out — just know that time doesn’t heal all wounds.
Sage Solitaire gets a very solid 4.5/5 from Gamezebo. And I couldn’t agree more. It’s the new release that has taken most of my free time this past weekend.
Solitaire and its many variations have been entertaining players for more than 200 years. Sage Solitaire is just the latest twist in the genre, and, like Pair Solitaire, it’s not hard to see how much fun it could be with a real deck of cards. I suppose that’s the hallmark of a real solitaire game: despite its digital debut, Sage Solitaire has the potential to grow well beyond the borders of a touch screen.
TA takes a look at the new Pocket God vs. Desert Ashes turn based RPG and gives it a solid 3.5 noting:
It’s all fun enough to play, and you can certainly sink a lot of time into it if you get into the swing. The maps are well-designed, and if you can find someone to play multiplayer with, you’ll get plenty of thrills. Taken as a single-player experience, I’m not sure if it’s going to be for everyone. There’s only one difficulty setting, and I suspect it’s too easy for most experienced strategy fans, while perhaps being a little too hard for newcomers lured in by the Pocket God name.
The latest in the long line of match-3 RPGs is here with Pokemon Shuffle.
Pokémon Shuffle Mobile is a puzzle game where you line up three or more Pokémon vertically or horizontally to battle against wild Pokémon.
You can play it casually—but battling, collecting, and leveling up Pokémon can also provide hours of fun.
Could the App Store for Apple TV finally be here? Seems like the noise surrounding it has risen to a fever pitch just before the Apple event next week. 9to5Mac seems to think it’s a sure thing. They have outlined the plans for an App Store, games, and support for bluetooth controllers (like those already supported on iOS).
We hope it’s true, finally, that this is happening. I’ve seen how good Android gaming can be on a NVIDIA Shield Android TV (it’s my main console now). With the support of the App Store developers, non-consoles or unconsoles like the Apple TV may really take off. 9to5Mac is expecting the updated Apple TV to be $149-199. We’ll see next week.
Real Racing 3 is adding NASCAR cars and races to it’s ever expanding arcade racing game today. With the update players will be able to take a 700 hp NASCAR racing care around the Richmond International Raceway. The update includes the ability to:
· Drafting: when a car sits behind another car which creates less drag and hence increases their speed
· Slingshot passing: when you use drafting to gain momentum to overtake another car
· Navigating around a pack: with so many cars on the track, players will need to learn the best time to pass, cut in front of, or draft their opponents to win
Back at E3, EA teased a collectible card game set in the Star Wars galaxy, but showed just a couple title and character stills. Touch Arcade brings us the first trailer and it shows that it’s more than just a CCG, though we know no further details — the action sequences could be just canned fight scenes. Hopefully we’ll know more soon. Take a look.
Clicker Heroes is a ridiculous game that no one should play, because the moment you begin, you’re sucked into an endless and hyper-addictive wormhole of colorful madness. OK, I can admit that I’m a Clicker Hero zombie, and perhaps you are, too. If so, these smart tips will help you maximize your clicks.
Each week Touch Arcade does a rundown of all the past week’s biggest iOS game updates. Highlights this time around include Sonic the Hedgehog coming to Angry Birds Epic, Gideon from Advanced Warfare coming to Call of Duty: Heroes, and more.
Have a buddy around and are looking for a good local multiplayer game to play on your phones? Pocket Gamer has you covered with a list of Android games, many of which are also on iPhone. Check it out here.
Bullet hell shooters are tough to get right, in that you want them to be challenging but not too challengin. This unusually punctuated one threads the needle nicely. From the 4.5 star review from 148Apps:
That’s the beauty behind .Decluster Zero: Bullet Nocturne. There’s so much going on when it comes to learning when to use your homing laser, when to activate charge mode, and so forth. A written tutorial makes things sound a little confusing but practice makes perfect here, with .Decluster Zero: Bullet Nocturne offering a varied selection of difficulty modes that really do make a difference. It’s a real delight.
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