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From EA (emphasis ours):
Real Racing™ 3 and NASCAR Team Properties (NTP) today announced the DAYTONA Experience, featuring 700-horsepower NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™ cars going head-to-head in the DAYTONA 500 at the all-new motorsports stadium at Daytona International Speedway®. Real Racing 3 is also launching “Party Play,” the split-screen mode enabling you to challenge friends to multi-player sessions, on Android TV and Apple TV, so you can put your friends’ skills to the test. The Real Racing 3 DAYTONA Experience with “Party Play” will be available February 15 in Real Racing 3, which is available now as a free* download on the App Store and Google Play™.
_PRISM - amazing first published game from Stugan Indie Academy
_PRISM is an impossible world that delivers itself with a series of amazingly beautiful geometric puzzles. Each puzzle introduces new mechanics and styles that must be adapted to in order to solve the puzzle.
While some of the puzzles can be a bit repetitive, they are all beautiful and a joy to complete.
Posted February 11, 2016 by Jeff Scott
Crashlands "Holy Wompits, This is Amazing" - 5/5 from Touch Arcade
Crashlands is simply an excellent game that is a lot of fun to play. Every time I open the game to check something really quickly for this review, I end up playing it for another hour. It’s the most enjoyment I’ve had with any crafting game, and is honestly one of the best games I’ve played on iOS. It’s exceptionally rare for a game that has both open world emergent gameplay and a linear main quest to not drop the ball on one of those things or the other, but Crashlands nails it on all counts. Consider this one an absolute essential.
Posted January 21, 2016 via Touch Arcade
BattleHand is "a cut above the rest" - 3.5/5 from Gamezebo
… BattleHand certainly packing in plenty of content. However, it feels artificially extended by that cumbersome way of dealing with energy. It’s deep enough to make you want to play for a long time, but instead it’s casual gamers that will glean the most benefit, being able to dip in and out for a fight or two. Still, at least it’s a cut above the rest in many of the ways that count.
Posted January 20, 2016 via Gamezebo