Free-to-play match-three game Pokemon Shuffle is coming to mobile soon. The game is already available for free via the Nintendo 3DS eShop, but having it on your phone will make it that much easier to match up Fennekins and Froakies.
Sega’s surreal but gorgeous-looking platformer Heroki has been in the works for years, but we should be seeing it “soon.”
The game sees you playing as Heroki, a boy with a propeller on his head, as he flies around trying to save the village of Levantia. You’ll traverse four worlds, fighting off enemies and completing mini-games, with the promise of around ten hours of gameplay to sink your teeth into.
The premise for Shooting Stars is right there in the title: You shoot stars. This shoot-em-up pits you against pixelated effigies of people like Justin Bieber while you roll around on a skateboard and eat pizza for power-ups. Radical.
Even the biggest, scariest animals have little protection against a hunter’s gun, but as the upcoming physics game Crashing Season demonstrates, that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t try to stay alive. Look for Crashing Season later this summer.
Players will control the fleeing animal in a number of different chase scenarios. Outrun the antagonists and collect coins and stars to unlock more characters and progress further into Crashing Season.
Know how cats walk across your newspaper while you’re trying to read? Well in Fort Meow, things get a lot worse.
You’ll be stacking up chairs, TVs, mattresses, pillows, and other household objects, in order to keep all the cats out. Each item has a time cost to build, and can be destroyed by being hit by too many cats.
Mobius Final Fantasy is out in Japan, and Touch Arcade has a hands-on preview of this much-hyped mobile RPG. Ultimately, it’s a little less Final Fantasy and a little more Puzzles & Dragons.
Outside of the battles, this is Puzzle & Dragons [Free] all over again. The cards in this case correlate with magic spells you can use in battle, somewhat similar to Agito. Other than that, it’s the same old, same old.
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood is huge. Slot games on mobile are huge. It’s unsurprising that Glu put the two together for the upcoming Kim Kardashian: Slots (which is currently in soft-launch on the Canadian App Store), though it’s still a weird nuts and gum-style combo.
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