We’ve put together a quick video roundup of some of our favorite games from GDC, complete with commentary! This is also available via STP’s video podcast, which you should really subscribe to, if you haven’t already.
MadFinger’s model-building app Monzo recently updated for iOS and Android with a new project: The MIR space station. If you like building glorious things out of tiny, fiddly pieces, your time has come.
You can now build the Russian MIR space station, if you’ve got £5.99 / $7.99 in your pocket. And Airfix veterans can play in ‘Expert Mode’ which removes the step-by-step instructions, and rewards you with special colours and stickers.
The Quest Keeper appears to be a blend of Crossy Road and a roguelike RPG. That admittedly sounds like an appealing combination, and according to AppSpy’s hands-on video preview of the game, it actually is.
In the US we know them best as the company that took over ngmoco:) just a few years ago. They are also the company that released Godus on mobile. But they are much more than that. Dale North takes a look at DeNA, Nintendo’s mobile partner to get an idea of the culture and why the big N chose them.
TouchTone, one of the best games of the week, was originally created in a 48-hour game jam. Developers Mikengreg talk to Carter Dotson at Touch Arcade about how the game originated and the two years between creation and release.