Framed On Sale for $0.99

Loveshack’s uniquely brilliant puzzle mystery game Framed is on sale for $0.99 USD. If you haven’t played it, now’s the time. It usually costs $4.99 USD.


Bean Dreams On Sale for $1.99

The excellent and very filling mobile platformer Bean Dreams is currently on sale for $1.99 USD. It usually goes for $2.99 USD, so now’s a good time to get some fiber in your diet.

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Previews via AppSpy:

Hands-On Preview of Cartel Kings

Remember chunky-looking shooting games like Time Crisis? Eight Pixels Squared remembers, and it aims to recapture that fun with its upcoming shooting / strategy title, Cartel Kings. Look for it soon on iOS and Android.

Via AppSpy

News via Pocket Gamer:

The Witcher 3 Map Companion Helps You Navigate the Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a big game, and Prima’s official map companion app may be what you need to survive. It contains interactive maps, chest locations, quest locations, and much more.

Via Pocket Gamer


World of Tanks Blitz Update Adds More German Tanks

The tigers have broken free in World of Tanks Blitz, which recently updated with a new branch of medium German tanks. The 1.9 update also includes other small fixes and tweaks.

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Alto’s Adventure on sale for $0.99

It’s a new low price for Alto’s Adventure — one of the best games so far this year. Grab it now if you haven’t already tried it.

News via Siliconera:

First Trailer for Silicon Studio’s JRPG Grand Sphere

Fans of mobile JRPGs will definitely want to check out the debut trailer for Grand Sphere: The Queen of Destiny and the Dragon Knight, a game by the same studio that brought us Bravely Default (and will be bringing us Bravely Second). The trailer’s in Japanese and there’s no word on an English-language release, but that might change at some point.

Via Siliconera

How-Tos via Touch Tap Play!:

Hints and Tips for Oddwings Escape

Life’s not easy when you’re a Frankenduck. That’s why Touch Tap Play! put together a small strategy guide for anyone looking to do their very best in this good-looking endless flying game.

Via Touch Tap Play!

Interesting via Touch Arcade:

Best of Five Nights at Freddy’s Reaction Videos

Scott Cawthon’s horror indie game Five Nights at Freddy’s has remained one of the App Store’s consistently most popular apps since its introduction. People sure enjoy being scared by run-down animatronics, as Touch Arcade’s compilation of player reactions demonstrates.

Via Touch Arcade

Deals via New York Times:

Get a Free NYT Crossword Puzzle Pack via the Starbucks App

Coffee wakes up the body, and crosswords wake up the mind. It’s the perfect combination. If you download the Starbucks app this week, you can use it to grab a free New York Times crossword puzzle pack. The puzzle pack normally costs $2.99 USD.

Via New York Times

Reviews via 148Apps:

KANO Review: Volcanic Fun

Do you enjoy bouncing on the tops of active volcanos? If so, you’ll love KANO, a game that lets you do just that. From 148Apps’s 4 out of 5 star review:

KANO is, quite simply, an extremely well-made game. The colors are vibrant, the style is impressive, and the sound effects have real impact. I mean actual impact. The noise you’ll hear when you manage to land a bounce dead-center quickly becomes a short-term goal for every single spin. It’s practically Pavlovian.

Via 148Apps

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Interesting via Touch Arcade:

Exciting Things Ahead for Mobile Gaming

Touch Arcade’s Eli Hodapp has rung in on how the games press is finally facing the fact that big game publishers are treating mobile like a first-class platform. Of course, many publishers have been doing that for years now, but many of them are just now announcing it in earnings calls, which makes it “official.” Read the full article here, after enjoying this excerpt.

Expect to see far more names you recognize from the console world appearing on the App Store throughout 2015, or at least, some significant peacocking of future plans to take over mobile in more meaningful ways than dumb, often half broken companion apps and second screen experiences. With E3 less than a month away, we’ve been getting some very curious contact from huge studios and giant publishers you normally wouldn’t think would bother talking to us, which historically means one of two things: 1. Confused PR people (Never count this out). 2. A mobile project waiting in the wings.

Via Touch Arcade

Videos via YouTube:

Lonnie Plays Cooped Up

Cooped Up is a bird-flinging game that has you boost your birdie ever upwards on slingshot-like wires. The goal is to eat worms and things and avoid enemies and obstacles. Lonnie takes it for a spin above.

Via YouTube

Reviews via Gamezebo:

SpongeBob’s Game Frenzy Review: Micro-Game Madness

The latest in a loooooooong line of SpongeBob games to hit the App Store, SpongeBob’s Game Frenzy is a WarioWare-like title that’s full of micro-games. From Gamezebo’s 4 out of 5 star review:

This is exactly the sort of game I could see myself playing with my friends, back when I was nine; sitting around the living room, watching everyone try to get the farthest without messing up. I would have had a blast with SpongeBob Game Frenzy, and as it stands, grown-up me had a bit of fun with the game too.

Just don’t expect me to start watching the show. I had the game muted in a matter of minutes. There’s no way I could make it through a full episode listening to these characters speak.

Via Gamezebo

Reviews via 148Apps:

Tofu Hunter Review: Shallow Fun

Now 148Apps has rung in with its opinion on the game that has you hunt tofu instead of wildlife. Turns out they like it pretty well. From their 3.5 out of 5 star review:

There’s a fairly aggressive energy system in place that slows your progress, but really, Tofu Hunter isn’t a game to play for a long time anyhow. It’s a form of brief entertainment and stress relief, rather than anything to think too deeply about. For that reason it’s fine, if eventually forgettable.

Via 148Apps

Reviews via Pocket Gamer:

Nitro Nation Online Review: Fast Lane to Addiction

If you like racing games and don’t mind a grind — albeit an addictive one — this is a game you’ll want to check out. From Pocket Gamer’s 7 out of 10 review:

Nitro Nation is designed to make you into a slobbering addict, and it does it very well. It’s almost dangerously simple to pick up and play, and that desire to shave seconds off your time becomes habit-forming in a few plays.

It’s not a racing game. It’s barely even a game at all, if you’re going to be really critical. But it still manages to bite-sized slices of fun and thrills, and sometimes that’s all you want.

Via Pocket Gamer

News via Touch Arcade:

Game of Thrones Episode 4 is Coming Soon

Telltale’s Game of Thrones series continues with the fourth of six episodes coming soon. From Touch Arcade:

Telltale continues to deliver on all fronts (maybe, some would say, on too many fronts) and has just announced that it’s continuing its saga of the Forrester family with the Game of Thrones [$4.99] fourth episode, Sons of Winter, coming to mobile soon. I don’t want to give away what disasters will befall the characters in the fourth episode, but you can go here if you don’t mind spoilers. What I can tell you, and it’s not a spoiler since you can see it in the images below, there will be dragons!

Via Touch Arcade

News via 148Apps:

Ice Age Avalanche Coming Soon

Gameloft’s Ice Age Avalanche is puzzle game that combines fruit and ice, which sounds like just the thing we need for the hot summer days. Look for it on the App Store later this month.

Via 148Apps

News via Pocket Gamer:

Adventure Time Puzzle Quest Coming to iOS and Android This Summer

Adventure Time Puzzle Quest blends puzzles and fighting (think Marvel Puzzle Quest), which is totally math. Look for the game later this summer.

Via Pocket Gamer


Boshi is Now Free

Boshi is a game about being a man and cutting wood (like a man). It’s also a game about survival, since hungry wolves are patrolling the frozen lands of the north. Give it a try yourself; it’s currently free, down from its usual price of $0.99 USD.


Prune Teaser Trailer Released

Prune is one of the prettiest games I’ve seen in a while. It’s a very zen puzzle game where trees must be pruned to allow them to grow into the sunlight where they can bloom. If you liked Zen Bound or Monument Valley, keep an eye out for this one, it’s coming soon.

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