Previews via Pocket Gamer:

Warhammer: Arcane Magic Coming to iOS

Turn-based strategy game Warhammer: Arcane Magic is coming to iOS at a yet-undisclosed date. That means some good old-fashioned medieval monster beat-downs.

Arcane Magic is said to have a lengthy single-player campaign that has you searching for Arcane Power. Along the way, you’ll face classic Warhammer monsters, including Harpies, Cygors, and Ghorgons, as well as Exalted Bloodthirsters, Lords of Change, and Keepers of Secrets.

Via Pocket Gamer

Previews via Touch Arcade:

‘10000000’ Followup ‘You Must Build a Boat’ Hands-On Preview

Touch Arcade has gone hands-on with the next game from the makers of the terrific puzzle gameĀ 10000000. It’s a game of a similar stripe, but with many enhancements built into the gameplay. You can read all about it here.

Overall, the curve that the game throws new things at you has been flattened out significantly. It feels pretty cool, especially considering most iOS games these days lay all their cards on the table inside of your first 30 second session. You Must Build a Boatintentionally doesn’t do this, and while this preview is based off about the first 30-45 minutes of gameplay, there’s a ton of room on my ship for more craziness which has yet to come.

Via Touch Arcade

Previews via AppSpy:

Hands-On Preview of Silly Sausage in Meat Land

Silly Sausage in Meat Land is the latest game from Nitrome. This awesomely-named action game apparently plays like a mix between Retry and the old Nokia game Snake. Take a look at AppSpy’s video footage of the game, and keep an eye out for Silly Sausage’s release this week.

Via AppSpy

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Impressions: Early, but Positive

Final Fantasy Record Keeper is a free-to-play mobile RPGĀ that stars heroes from across years of Final Fantasy games. It’s currently in soft launch on the Canadian Google Play store, and according to Pocket Gamer’s early (and ongoing) impressions, Square-Enix may have a keeper on its hands (get it?).

At first glance, Final Fantasy Record Keeper looks like the ill-fated, IAP-ridden Final Fantasy All The Bravest – baddies on the left, heroes on the right, sprites all over the place. Fret not though, this is a completely different beast. What we have here is a more traditional Final Fantasy battle mechanic – an Active Time Battle (ATB) system, abilities and magic to junction, and limit breaks of sorts.

Via Pocket Gamer