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Video: Hearthstone on iPad vs. Hearthstone on iPhone

Hearthstone is a universal app now, available on iPhones and iPads alike. How does the new iPhone version stack up against its larger older sibling? Take a look at the AppSpy video above to find out. Spoilers: Minus some small tweaks and UI changes, it’s pretty much the same deal.

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Hands-On Preview of Dawn of Titans

Dawn of Titans, Zynga’s next game, is a big deal for the beleaguered studio. Pretty fitting for a game about armies and titans. AppSpy has a hands-on preview of the strategy game, including an appearance from a titular titan.

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Ys Chronicles 1 Coming to iOS and Android

Ys is a long-lived action RPG series, but Western audiences never embraced it as readily as Eastern audiences. We’re getting another chance to show Ys some love with Ys Chronicles 1, a mobile remake of the series’ first episode. If you’re not familiar with Ys, it’ll be a perfect place to start. No word yet on when the game will hit iOS and Android, but we do have a lovely-looking story trailer.

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Lonnie Plays NBA Jam

NBA Jam is a classic basketball game with a long history of being a ridiculously enjoyable entry in the genre, dating back to the Super Nintendo. It continues in this fine tradition on iOS, and YouTouber Lonnie takes it for a spin. Enjoy the results.

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Mevius Final Fantasy Gets New Trailer, New Name

Square-Enix’s upcoming mobile RPG Mevius Final Fantasy has undergone a slight name change. Say hello to Mobius Final Fantasy. While you’re at it, say hello to this new trailer, which shows off some new jobs. It’s in Japanese, but since Mobius Final Fantasy is coming to the West at an undisclosed date, it’s still worth watching.

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Guitar Hero Live Will Be Playable on Mobile Platforms

The Guitar Hero franchise is resurrecting alongside the Rock Band franchise, and everything old is new again. The upcoming Guitar Hero game, called Guitar Hero Live, is particularly intriguing because the audience reacts directly to your performance – and the “full game,” which comes with its own guitar controller (the one in your closet is still obsolete – sorry), is reportedly coming to mobile, too.

Guitar Hero Live is coming this fall, and we’ll surely be hearing more information about the game and its mobile iterations as the summer rocks on.

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Lonnie Plays Mortal Kombat X… Twice

Want to watch the stream-of-consciousness YouTuber Lonnie play the hyper-gory fighting game Mortal Kombat X? Of course you do. Here it is in all its hilariously violent glory. There was so much kombat that Lonnie couldn’t stuff it all into a single video. You can watch part 2 here.

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Skullduggery! Getting Level Update on April 15

Skullduggery! is a physics / platforming game for mobile that stars a tax-collecting skull. Appropriately, ClutchPlay Games is updating the title on April 15 – just in time for the United States’ tax deadline (you filed yours, right?). The update includes a new set of levels, Village of the Scammed.

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New Bike Rider Trailer Stars Stop-Motion, Vine Stars

Amutus’ simplified BMX racer, Bike Rider, has seen massive success on mobile in Japan, as well as on the Nintendo 3DS. However, it hasn’t made much of an impact outside Japan. Amutus hopes to change that with its new trailer for the game, which stars Vine personalities Marcus and Cody Johns, and also features stop motion from Jethro Ames.

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PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist Coming to Mobile This Summer

Love him or hate him, internet personality / YouTuber PewDiePie is certainly popular to warrant the creation of his own game. PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist is being worked on by Outerminds, and features pugs, sharks, barrels, and cameos from other popular Youtube reviewers. Look for it on mobile sometime in summer.

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Footage of Final Fantasy XIII Streamed to Mobile

Over in Japan, Square-Enix fans can get their hands on a super-ambitious project from the company: A full version of Final Fantasy XIII streamed directly to their iOS or Android device. As this hands-on footage from AppSpy demonstrates, the transition is not exactly beautiful – though having the game beamed from servers in Japan to a device in the UK undoubtedly plays a part in the game’s chronic slowdown.

No word on whether or not we’ll see a release for English-speaking territories.

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FOX TV Affiliate Plays Finger Derpy

It’s always fun to watch dignified news anchors gradually become dishevelled, and if there’s one thing that’ll make you loosen your tie and start to sweat, it’s trying to steer a racehorse afflicted by QWOP-style physics.

Move over PewDiePie. It’s all over, Twitch. When you want to see the hottest video games played live, there’s only one place you need to go: Fox 41 News in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Lonnie Plays Skatelander

Crossy Road meets skateboarding in this upcoming endless skater. It’s a boxy game of lanes and obstacles as you skate down the road, performing tricks along the way. There’s no denying the Crossy Road resemblance, but there’s a lot more going on here onscreen. Lonnie gives it a test run in the video above.

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People are Doing Crazy Things in Hearthstone

French streamer and Hearthstone player Mamytwink claims to be breaking all kinds of Hearthstone records lately. First he apparently set the record for the longest single turn, and now he claims to have set the record for most cards drawn and most fatigue damage in a turn. From Touch Arcade:

For the uninitiated, here’s a simple breakdown: Hearthstone decks have 30 cards in them, and you take 1 point of damage each time you overdraw (this is called “fatigue”). The effect is a cumulative penalty for running out of cards. You take one point of damage the first time you overdraw, two points the second time, and so on.

The losing player in Henn’s experiment overdrew 14,745 times, and some quick, back-of-the-napkin summation reveals that he took a total of 108,714,885 points of fatigue damage. The turn took 24 hours to complete and finished up earlier this morning.

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Hands-On Preview of Wrassling

What a maneuver! Wrassling, which is coming to iOS on April 16, is an incredibly silly physics-based wrestling game that has graphics straight out of an Atari 2600 cart. And as this hands-on preview of the game demonstrates, it’s hilarious.

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Lonnie Plays Countryballs: The Quest for Clay

If you like your auto-runners to look like they were made in MS Paint, have I got a game for you. The prolific iOS gamer Lonnie has taken Countryballs: The Quest for Clay for a spin alongside his trademark running commentary. (He’s only really playing it because the developer put his head in it). But it’s still fun to watch, so check it out.

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Lonnie Plays Kid Tripp

Kid Tripp is a fun li’l auto-runner that’s super challenging and kind of like Adventure Island (which only people over the age of 30 will probably remember). YouTuber Lonnie takes it through its paces and ends up liking it. Watch the video here.

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Hands-On Impressions of Divide by Sheep

Intimidated by math? Maybe you’ll like Divide by Sheep. It’s a game that combines math problems with adorable little sheepies. It also has a twisted sense of humor, as AppSpy’s preview video demonstrates. Look for Divide by Sheep for iOS and Android later this year.

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Lonnie Plays Cube Koala

The YouTuber Lonnie has posted a video of Cube Koala, a fun little puzzle game about tilting a world so a cube-shaped koala can make it safely to the exit. The game is tough and bizarre but weirdly adorable (it stars a koala after all). Watch the video to see if it’s your type of weirdness.

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Finger Derpy Coming Later This Month

Thoroughbred racehorses. Such beautiful animals. Until you remove their legs and replace them with fingers. Finger Derpy is a tapping game that challenges you to keep your steed on a straight path by tapping your device’s screen with the proper rhythm. Needless to say, it’s harder than it sounds. Look for the game later this month.

If you can tap your fingers with the proper timing your horse will run straight. Tap out of sequence and your horse will run around as if trying to perform an interpretive dance of derpyness. There’s a party mode for four players, or a single player infinite horse race mode where your horse is trying to “escape” the finish line.

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Lonnie Plays Fast & Furious: Legacy

Are you prepared for the mega action movie Furious 7, releasing on April 2? Of course you’re not. You can’t possibly be. But Fast & Furious 7 has launched on iOS and YouTuber Lonnie is on the case. Watch him get a load of this game and talk about it (without taking a breath).

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