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Tom Baker added to Doctor Who: Legacy

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Doctor Who: Legacy isn’t a new game, not by a long shot. But at just about a year on the App Store now, Doctor Who: Legacy has seen regular updates. This latest update adds Tom Baker to complete the full compliment of all 12 Doctors to the game.

Doctor Who: Legacy has quickly become one of my go to games — even though I am just a cursory Doctor Who fan. It’s mix of RPG / Match-3 without any sort of energy system that actually lets a player play the game. Have I mentioned how I think energy systems are a weak fallback for game designers who don’t have any originality, but perhaps another time.

Pick up Doctor Who: Legacy (on the App Store) – it’s an actual GOOD free to play game.

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Entries Open for the 11th International Mobile Gaming Awards

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The 11th annual IMGA is now accepting entries. If you are a game developer, head on over to the entry form and get your game entered. Entries are accepted through December 31st and there is no entry fee.

The IMGAs are the most prestigious awards for mobile game developers. With hundreds of entries every year, the best of the best are awarded in multiple categories that change based on the market and the entries received. I can’t overstate how much I appreciate the IMGA for what it does, bringing attention and accolades to developers in what was once a fledgling industry but has grown over the lifetime of the IMGA to become a major sector of gaming.

Full disclosure: I have been a judge for the last three IMGA and look forward to being part of this one too.

‘Hearthstone’ is Coming to iPhone in Early 2015

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In Blizzard’s latest Hearthstone blog post, the company has a few pieces of news to share, plus a fancy infographic about how popular Hearthstone has become (it’s very popular). The key item mentioned for iOS gamers is that the iPhone and Android phone versions of the game are coming along swimmingly, but some work remains before they can call them complete. They won’t be released until “early next year.” (more…)