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Lonnie Plays Games on Twitch, Too

It turns out that our favorite iOS game playing YouTuber Lonnie is not just a YouTuber. He also has a Twitch channel, where he plays all kinds of iOS (and Apple Watch) games live. Watch the video above and check out his Twitch channel right here.

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Hands-On Preview of Armadillo Gold Rush

If you put in any time with feature phone games back in ye olden days, you might remember a puzzle / action title called Armadillo Gold Rush. It’s getting an HD re-release soon. App Spy spent some quality time with the title, and it looks like the little puzzler holds up.

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Snake Rewind Arrives on May 14

Your monochrome Nokia dreams will be coming true on May 14, when Snake’s original creator, Taneli Armando, releases an updated version of the classic time-waster called Snake Rewind. The revamp retains Snake’s retro feel while adding in a whole whack of new features and challenges.

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Lonnie Plays Bouncy Bits

Thanks to Crossy Road (or possibly Minecraft, come to think of it), blocky games are all the rage now. This one is about bouncing through a colorful world, and Lonnie takes it for a spin. Watch to see how it plays (hint: it’s really hard).

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Hands-On Preview of Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighters

AppSpy goes hands-on with Capcom’s latest mobile game, a match-three puzzler based on the Ghostbusters franchise. Though it’s too early to pass any major judgement, between dull gameplay and excessive IAP peddling, it’s looking like you shouldn’t call this one. Not even if there’s something strange in your neighborhood.

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First Look at Star Trek: Timelines

Upcoming adventure game Star Trek: Timelines is still early in development, but going by this 10-minute demonstration video from PAX East, it’s already the stuff geek dreams are made of. No release date is set yet, but the game appears to be coming along nicely.

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Lonnie Plays R.B.I. Baseball 15

While he might not be the world’s biggest sportsball fan, that didn’t stop YouTuber Lonnie from stepping up to the plate and trying out R.B.I. Baseball 15, the latest from the good old MLB. The results are not, shall we say, pretty. Check it out.

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Hands-On Preview of Swing Racers

Gentlemen, start your teeny-tiny engines. AppSpy has a hands-on video preview of Swing Racers, a Micro Machines-style top-down racing game with a unique “pulley” control system. Look for it on the App Store soon.

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Lonnie Plays Halo: Spartan Assault

The talkative YouTuber Lonnie has already taken Halo: Spartan Strike for a test drive, but this time he’s taking the other half of Microsoft’s mobile bombardment for a spin. Does he like it? Check out the video above to find out.

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Does Not Commute Video Review: A Rough Journey, but Worth It

AppSpy’s video review of strageic driving game Does Not Commute points out the title’s flaws, but praises its originality, its sense of humor, and, interestingly, a joke about a boat.

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Lonnie Plays Does Not Commute

Does Not Commute is a strategic driving game about taking a stressful drive through a neighborhood in the 1970s. Lonnie is on it, with his trademark stream-of-consciousness monologue carrying us through to the end. In any case, the game looks totally bonkers and like a bunch of fun.

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Lonnie Plays Minions Paradise

The Minions are coming back to theaters on July 10 after a very successful appearance in the 2010 movie Despicable Me. To gear up for the film, EA is coming out with an iOS game called Minions Paradise, which puts the lovable yellow critters in a Clash of Clans type game. Weird. The game is out as a soft launch in New Zealand and is expected to hit the U.S. soon. In the meantime Lonnie has taken the game for a spin, so check out the video above.

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Hands-On Impressions of EA Sports UFC

EA Sports UFC is a “wrestly, fighty, man-punchy game” (to use AppSpy’s own magnificent words) that recently received a worldwide launch on iOS. If you’re still uncertain about whether or not you want to give the game a download, take a look at AppSpy’s hands-on video.

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Forsaken World Coming to Mobile Soon

Free-to-play PC MMORPG Forsaken World is getting a mobile version sometime in the future. Aside from a teaser trailer, there’s little information on this adaptation. The game’s site does promise great-looking 3D graphics, PvP, and exotic mounts (every MMORPG needs them), so we can count on that much. We’ll have more information as it becomes available.

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Lonnie Plays Halo: Spartan Strike

If you’re thinking of picking up Halo: Spartan Strike to bring some futuristic military action to your iOS device, you might want to take a look at it in action before you do so. Here, Lonnie takes the game for a spin and dubs it “pretty Halo-y.” Good enough for me.

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Lost Within Video Review: Suitably Dank and Grimy

AppSpy has a video review of Amazon Game Studios’ horror title, Lost Within, so you can get a good look at the title in motion. Scared? AppSpy wasn’t necessarily frightened, but apparently there’s still a decent horror / adventure game here.

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Lonnie Plays WWE 2K

Wrestling is one of America’s favorite pastimes, so it only makes sense that a (very good) iOS version of the sport has hit the App Store. Thankfully for all of us, Lonnie has a Let’s Play video of it. It’s called WWE 2K, and it’s quite fun by all accounts. Check it out above.

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Hands-On Preview of Knights of Pen & Paper 2

Knights of Pen & Paper 2 is a self-aware game that combines traditional role-playing (think Dungeons & Dragons) with computerized role-playing. The end result features a lot of fourth wall-breaking, cheerleader dwarves, and troglodyte bubble parties. Take a look at AppSpy’s hands-on of the game, and download the finished product on May 14.

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King Soft-Launches Alpha Betty Saga

We can say this for King: The studio keeps itself busy. The makers of Candy Crush Saga recently soft-launched a word-building game called Alpha Betty on the Spanish Google Play store. You can also give it a try (worldwide) on Facebook.

After playing the first few levels of Alpha Betty Saga on Facebook, it’s not hard to see what King are going for here. Alpha Betty Saga is a merging of two worlds: the falling-block, power-up heavy world of Candy Crush Saga and the spelltastic world of games like Scrabble, Boggle and Bookworm Adventures. And from what little we’ve seen, it’s a combination that works really well.

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Hands-On Preview of Smash Land

Smash Land is Supercell’s next game – theoretically. Even though the title is in soft-launch, Supercell ultimately pulled the plug on another title it soft-launched some time ago, Spooky Pop. Whether Smash Land materializes or not, this hands-on preview from AppSpy makes the physics / RPG game seem pretty fun.

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Lonnie Plays Storage: Auction Legends

You know those Storage Wars shows? Where hustlers bid on abandoned storage units in hopes of finding loot of incredible value? That’s a game now, and YouTuber Lonnie has posted a video about it. Check it.

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