Touch Arcade’s Carter Dotson has rung in with his take on the future of mobile gaming. His position: The state of mobile gaming is strong. From his editorial:
Just because you don’t like what free-to-play is right now doesn’t mean you will in a year or two or five from now. Many people who say they hate free-to-play often have that one or two games that they like anyway, like Hearthstone [Free]. I think that more “buts” like that are coming. Remember that free-to-play is still relatively new as a mainstream way of making money off of games.
Via Touch Arcade
In lots of games these days you basically play as a homicidal mania, pumping bullets into every living thing you see. Yeah, but not all games are like that, you might reply. That’s true. Pocket Gamer has a list of 10 positive games that let you do good in this world.
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From Insomniac Games, the makers of Ratchet & Clank and Sunset Overdrive comes Digit & Dash, a mobile game that’s quite fun, according to Gamezebo’s review.
Overall, Digit & Dash is a solid, challenging, reflex-based game that is sure to challenge players of all experience levels. It’s just difficult enough to keep me from blazing through it, but it provides some nice safety nets that catch you not too far from your fall when you fail. And you will fail.