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Adult Swim Games is known for making good games on a consistent basis. When I saw it released Delivery Outlaw for free on iOS today, I had to try it out. Delivery Outlaw reminds me of the very popular Trials series of games, but it still retains the cartoonish style and humor that we see more »
Today is a pretty big deal for mobile gaming. Asphalt 8: Airborne has officially become the first mobile game to feature built-in Twitch streaming. Gameloft used the recently released Twitch mobile SDK to enable this functionality. Gameloft also promoted this feature earlier this week by hosting a 24-hour live stream for Asphalt 8. The game more »
Over the course of the last several days, I’ve been checking out a new iOS game from Kixeye called Backyard Monsters Unleashed. Backyard Monsters Unleashed is strategy-based game that puts you in control of a monster army. The overall goal is to protect your personal backyard from other monsters controlled by rival players. When more »
Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign was released less than 24 hours ago for Android and iOS. It’s a match-3 game at its core, but D3 Publisher made sure to make this particular game more action packed. Marvel Puzzle Quest also has mechanics reminiscent of digital trading card games. You start off with starter characters, but more »
Rockstar released a couple apps yesterday to prepare for today’s launch of Grand Theft Auto V. The iFruit application is directly connected to the game by allowing your to customize cars and train Chop the dog. GTA V: The Manual stands alone, but it serves as a digital instruction booklet and interactive map for the more »
Companion apps are really popular these days. They can really expand a game’s functionality while making sure you never completely leave the game’s world. Grand Theft Auto V is the latest game to get a companion app. It’s called Grand Theft Auto: iFruit, and it lets you customize your in-game car and train your in-game more »
How much nostalgia can you handle this week? If you said not enough, than get of out of the way because we are going to the extreme baby. The Duke, The Gordon, and uh, Tekken are here to take things up a notch.
It must be trading card game week because we have two on this week’s gaming update. Whether it’s superheroes or fantasy characters, there seems to be a TGC game for you. For those not interested in TGCs, there is a pretty amazing platformer on this week’s update as well.
I hope you’re in the mood for adventure this week because there’s plenty to be had. Whether it’s sploding things, saving crystals that can save the world, or just partying while stopping monsters, there’s an adventure for everyone in this week’s iPhone and iPod Touch gaming update.
If you thought there wasn’t going to be an iPad gaming update this week well, APRIL FOOLS! This week is a little light on the action but is bringing the magic, the puzzles, and the spying. It’s been awhile so we’ll just let you jump right in and find something to do while you fool more »
This week’s iPad gaming update features a “sports” game, a game to help kids learn, and a free-to-play action RPG. So maybe you’re looking for something to help pass the time at work and maybe you’re looking for something to help keep the peace at home. Either way, we’ve got you covered this week.
How would you like to build and manage your own castle all while invading and defending from the countless armies looking to take you down? Well, lucky for you the iPhone and iPod Touch gaming update has got you covered.