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Out Now: League of Angels – Fire Raiders

League of Angels – Fire Raiders is a hyper-colorful RPG that began life as a Facebook title. Now you can take all the dragon-slaying, monster-clubbing, free-to-play goodness on the road thanks to a mobile release. The game is available for iOS as well as Android.

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Out Now: The Robot Factory

The Robot Factory from Tinybop: Digital Toys is an app that lets you assemble your very own Rosie Jetson (or any other robot) out of myriad parts. The only limit is your imagination, and maybe your crippling fear of a possible robot uprising. There’s tons to do with this fun little app, so don’t miss out. It’s on sale for $2.99 through Friday!

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How-Tos via Pocket Gamer:

Hints and Tips for Conquering Blackrock Mountain

Need a hand exploring the highly dangerous, highly volatile Blackrock Mountain? Pocket Gamer has some good tips for newcomers to the neighborhood.

Via Pocket Gamer

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Out Now: Finger Derpy

Finger Derpy is a crazy horse-racing game from Mommy’s Best Games. Players control horses by tapping their fingers on the screen like hooves. The point is to stay ahead of the finish line, which is inexplicably chasing you. Oh, and the game arguably has the most amusingly terrifying App Store icon ever made.

Updates

CastleStorm Gets PvP in New Update

Zen Studios’ physics game / tower defense mash-up CastleStorm has a vital new addition: PvP. Get out there and show your rivals who’s the king of the hill. Try and do it before they turn the tables and own you. 

The PvP update is available on the Android version of the game as well.

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Reviews via Touch Arcade:

Mortal Kombat X Review: Injustice Revisited

Touch Arcade recently published a review for the mobile version of Mortal Kombat X. Unsurprisingly, the game plays similarly to Injustice: Gods Among Us. The review notes that even though Mortal Kombat X for mobile looks great, there are some free-to-play / monetization trappings that drag the experience down.

I’m sure I’ll still be playing this for a long time to come, but I can’t help but feel the developer put too little focus on making it a better game than Injustice as opposed to making it a more profitable one.

Via Touch Arcade

Reviews via Pocket Gamer:

Mortal Kombat X Review: Pretty but Boring

Pocket Gamer has taken Mortal Kombat X for a spin and has found it to be a decent fighter that lacks a certain je ne sais quoi. You can read the full 6 out of 10 review here.

Mortal Kombat X is a little too brainless for its own good. There isn’t even the slightest hint of strategy, and while the energy system isn’t too egregious, the whole thing is a slog of the grandest proportions.

Via Pocket Gamer

Out Now via Touch Arcade:

Mortal Kombat X is Out Now on iOS (More or Less)

The folks at Touch Arcade have discovered that the mobile version of Mortal Kombat X is out now on iOS, a week ahead of its console counterpart. You can grab it right here for free, but you may have trouble downloading it.

Via Touch Arcade

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Mortal Kombat X Mobile Reveal Trailer Released

Warner Brothers Interactive today released the first trailer for the upcoming card battler / fighting hybrid Mortal Kombat X. The game is coming to iOS and Android in April, 2015.

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Out Now: Zombie Panic in Wonderland DX

Zombie Panic in Wonderland DX is completely renewed!

Zombie Panic in Wonderland DX has not just many in common with its last version PLUS but also a lot of improvements and new features:
Its visuals have been completely overhauled. Characters, scenarios and visual effects now have a more brilliant and updated look.

There’s also a greater amount and diversity successful predecessor of enemies. They’re more intelligent, and they even interact with their surroundings: They now destroy the scenario as well, and they don’t hesitate to use its elements to attack you.

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Out Now: Naught Reawakening

Play with gravity to guide Naught through a mysterious underground world where darkness is a relentless enemy that takes many forms. Naught Reawakening is an adventure and platform game that challenges your skills giving you full control of Naught and his environment.

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Out Now: Tiltagon from Noodlecake Studios

Tilt.Fall.Repeat.

Tiltagon is a hard arcade game where you tilt and fall.
Many times.
Sometimes you also explode.

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Out Now: Devious Dungeons 2 from Ravenous Games

Devious Dungeon 2 is a medieval action platforming game by the creators of Random Heroes and League of Evil!

It is said that great adventures await behind the walls of this dark castle. The castles ever shifting halls are filled with deadly monsters! Treacherous traps have claimed the lives of many adventurers! It is rumoured the castle contains treasures beyond imagination. However, it is also the domain of the summoner and he does not look kindly upon uninvited guests!

Can you defeat the summoner and claim the lost treasures of the castle?

Interesting via Touch Arcade:

People are Doing Crazy Things in Hearthstone

French streamer and Hearthstone player Mamytwink claims to be breaking all kinds of Hearthstone records lately. First he apparently set the record for the longest single turn, and now he claims to have set the record for most cards drawn and most fatigue damage in a turn. From Touch Arcade:

For the uninitiated, here’s a simple breakdown: Hearthstone decks have 30 cards in them, and you take 1 point of damage each time you overdraw (this is called “fatigue”). The effect is a cumulative penalty for running out of cards. You take one point of damage the first time you overdraw, two points the second time, and so on.

The losing player in Henn’s experiment overdrew 14,745 times, and some quick, back-of-the-napkin summation reveals that he took a total of 108,714,885 points of fatigue damage. The turn took 24 hours to complete and finished up earlier this morning.

Via Touch Arcade

Previews via YouTube:

Lonnie Plays Wrassling

If you’re into the whole Atari 2600 aesthetic and enjoy silly things, you’ll definitely want to keep Wrassling on your radar. The game doesn’t come out until next week (April 16 to be exact), but you can watch Lonnie play it right now.

Via YouTube

News via Gamezebo:

Sorcery! 3 Launching April 23

If you’re a fan of good games, you’ll want to mark your calendar for April 23, because that’s when the next installment of the beloved game/book Sorcery! series hits iOS. It had previously been planned to release the week before, but sometimes delays happen. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Via Gamezebo

Reviews via 148Apps:

DomiNations Review: Compellingly Strategic

DomiNations is a city-building game that combines ideas from a number of other city-building and world-domination games to create something that’s totally decent. It’s a free game, and you can read 148Apps’ 4 out of 5 star review here.

It’s not perfect as it still requires you to keep an eye on those premium currencies and slows you down a bit with timers, but DomiNations is easily one of the best examples of the genre. You’ll find yourself itching to progress, enjoying forming alliances with others, and seeing your civilization flourish.

Via 148Apps

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Out Now: Implosion – Never Lose Hope

Hotly anticipated action game Implosion from Rayark is out on the App Store.

Implosion offers up bite-sized missions with interesting combat mechanics. Although it supports MFi controllers, the touch controls sound like they work really well for such a complex game.

Via Touch Arcade

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Reviews via Touch Arcade:

CivCrafter Review: A King Amongst Clickers

CivCrafter is a unique clicker game. Using one finger, you can make an empire rise. It’s a pretty ambitious title for the simple genre, as Touch Arcade’s positive review of the game points out.

It’s a stupid and clever idea, but perhaps this is where we should end the ride for the genre. This game is impressive in scope, but, what else can you do with the clicker genre after this?

Via Touch Arcade

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Out Now: Narborian Saga Book II: God of Orcs

The original Narborian Saga is an adventure gamebook that sets you on a sword-swinging adventure. Book II, subtitled “God of Orcs, pits you against more riddles, fights, and puzzles – not to mention the titular God of the Orcs. If you haven’t played the first chapter of Narborian Saga, Liber Primus game promises you can jump right in with Book II without being confused by previous events.

 

Reviews via Gamezebo:

Digit Smash Review: Fun with Numbers

Gamezebo’s Jim Squires is spending quality time with Digit Smash, a number-based Memory game that, despite its simplicity, compels you to keep on playing. And playing.

The catch, though, is that you only have one second to make each match. The clock resets with every match you make, making the game a flurry of taps as you race to beat the clock. Hesitate for even a moment and the game comes to an end.

Via Gamezebo

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