iOS gamers finally get to share in the MMO fun from Wargaming.net with World of Tanks Blitz released today for iOS.
Blitz is a beautifully designed free to play tank-based MMO and a ton of fun to play. The innovative control scheme offers good control, but takes a bit of getting used to. Gameplay is in the form of 7 vs. 7 team matches and is remarkably free of timers or energy systems.
Available now on the App Store.
Supernauts has just hit the App Store, and it looks like a lot of fun. Described as a social building game, Supernauts has you control a cartoonish character in a super colorful world, building whatever kinds of constructions you want, Minecraft-style. It’s also free, which is nice. (more…)
A number of excellent games have received content updates over the past few days, so we thought we’d highlight the most notable ones all in a single place. Check out what’s new in Canabalt, Assassin’s Creed Pirates, and Wayward Souls below. (more…)
2K Games has just announced a sequel to one of our favorite strategy games on iOS, Civilization Revolution. The game will hit the App Store on July 2, but as yet there’s no word on how much, if anything, it will cost. Check out the screenshots below. (more…)
Phosphor, the makers of Dark Meadow and Horn, have just announced their next game. It’s called WARP, which stands for Warriors of the Red Planet. The game, which takes place on Mars, is billed as “the ultimate 3 on 3 Team Battle Platformer.” You can watch a gameplay trailer below. (more…)
An update to the Hatch game released today brings a new way to play with a virtual pet and a new way for games to work together.
In this Hatch update, players can take their virtual pet and play with it in the game Ooga Jump from Bolt Creative (the Pocket God folks). And this isn’t just a little mini-game inside Hatch, it’s taking a virtual pet and moving it the full Ooga Jump game and playing with it there. (more…)
It’s Wednesday, and that means most of the week’s biggest games will launch tonight at 11pm Eastern. We’ve scanned the upcoming titles and picked the five most promising titles to get you ready for this week’s big releases. Read on for the goods.
Wikipad has announced a MFi version of their controller for the iPad mini called the Gamevice. The full spec controller has dual analog sticks, a d-pad, and eight buttons spread between two pieces that surround the ends of the iPad mini. On the pre-release model I saw the halves were connected together by a thick elastic band that allowed the controller halves to easily hold on to the iPad mini.
Price or release details haven’t been announced yet, but Wikipad is targeting a release before the holiday shopping season. It looks like an interesting addition to the ever expanding range of MFi controllers. Now, if more developers would just add support for them! You can sign up at the Gamevice site to get more info on the controller.
If your game collection on iOS is looking a little thin and willowy, now is a great time to bulk it up for free. That’s because Halfbrick is offering a slew of great games for no charge at all. If you haven’t grabbed up these classics yet, now’s the time to do so. (more…)
It was inevitable, wasn’t it — a joining of forces between the maturing mobile sensation of Angry Birds and the relentless blockbuster franchise Transformers? Rovio has just made the marriage official, with the announcement of Angry Birds Transformers, a mobile game that’s “coming soon.” (more…)
Once again, for no apparent reason, a bunch of very fine games are either on sale or free. So check out our list below and pick up whatever you’ll need to tide yourself over this weekend. (more…)
Do you like a challenge? VVVVVV (that’s six Vs for those counting at home) is a super-tough, super fun platformer that’s been out for several years on other platforms, but has just made its way to iOS. And the App Store is all the better for it. (more…)