iPhone/iPad

iPhone, iPad and iPod touch game reviews, news and discussion.

gumi Inc. has launched pre-registration for their upcoming strategy RPG: The Alchemist Code. Even better, they've come up with a way to keep you entertained until the game releases....

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fernz gate

JRPG Fernz Gate now freemium on iOS

September 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Fernz Gate was initially released for $4.99 (down from the full price of $7.99) on September 7th. If you didn't give it a try then even at the sale price, how does $0.00 sound?...

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Actually, with apologies to Gorilla Monsoon, that's not true. There will be a WWE Mayhem, and it won't happen right here. It'll happen sometime in the near future on iOS courtesy Reliance Games and WWE....

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Galaxy of Pen and Paper

Review: Galaxy of Pen & Paper for Mac and iOS

September 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Galaxy of Pen and Paper doesn’t give you a whole galaxy to explore—and it doesn’t really need a pen or paper—but it’s not all bad. You get to battle aliens and robot horses, team up with interstellar law enforcement, fly around in a spaceship, and be the heroes who save the day....

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Truth be told, I'd be interested in this game if it was 100% exploration with no combat. Maybe even more so. Consider that the urban explorer in me, even though I've never actually done any urban exploring. In Atypical Games' Radiation City, however, there's plenty of combat to be had....

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Full Throttle Remastered

Review: Full Throttle Remastered for iOS

August 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Full Throttle came out in 1995. LucasArts no longer exists as a game company, and a long-rumored sequel to the game was shelved long before it was sold as a forgotten asset to Disney. And yet, here we are, playing it in the twenty-first century on our phones. Why this game?...

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As a former semi-professional journalist now hobbyist, I've seen plenty of game trailers in my day. I usually watch them before reading a press release these days, as trailers give me a better feel for what the game is about. That's not the case with Soul of Heroes: Empire Wars....

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As with its counterparts in the "Tales" series, Tales of the Rays aims to provide an "intense console-quality 3-D" JRPG experience through an all-new Linear Motion Battles system with simple controls optimized for mobile devices; the familiar deadly Mirrage Artes are now unleashed through simple taps and swipes instead of button combos....

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Because gaming goodness happens on Thursday's, here's our roundup of today's biggest iOS game announcements (that we know of). Today's games include The Revenge of Shinobi hitting SEGA Forever, a new Adventure Time runner, a crossover and a summer festival....

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Moshi, of course, knows a thing or two about stylish protection. They've been releasing iPhone accessories for years, and they have their designs down to a science that's as fashionable as science can be. A prime example of this is the latest in their Armour series, updated for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus....

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