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The debate on freemium gaming just got even more fast and furious
The debate on freemium gaming just got even more fast and furious.
This new iPhone arcade game offers electricifying entertainment
This new iPhone arcade game offers electricifying entertainment.
Traverse a world filled with sound in this trippy adventure for iPhone and iPad
Traverse a world filled with sound in this trippy adventure for iPhone and iPad.
Mercenaires in a freemium game feels rather apt, and you won’t mind shelling out in RAD Soldiers on iOS
The turn-based strategy game takes on a new lease of life with Rad Soldiers, a game that has you assembling a group of fearless mercenaries and sending them to do battle with alien rockets falling from the sky.
One of the more unusual games on iOS, welcome to the world of Hundreds
It seems like a pointless idea.
The sequel to the mobile gaming mega-hit Temple Run is finally here; grab your iOS or Android device
When you look at the unprecedented success of Temple Run, it’s easy to see why Imangi Studios decided to go back and make another endless runner.
A second dose of tower defence turned on its head as Anomaly Korea hits iOS and Android
The rise of mobile gaming has served as the perfect platform for a new breed of tower defence games.
Good enough to give anything on iOS a run for it’s money, Hamilton’s Adventure is an Android puzzler powerhouse
Weighing in at just under 800MB, it’s no wonder it takes an age to install.
Get in the zone with this multi-player shooter
You might remember the name Shadowgun.
Zenonia is back for a fifth installment on iOS and Android
This is one of the best Android games on the market.
Take to the skies on your iPhone or iPad and fly the major air battles of World War II with Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders
Flight combat titles have all but disappeared in recent years.
Rockstar and GTA brings the Eighties to your iOS and Android device thanks to this anniversary edition of Vice City
Arguably the most memorable game within the GTA franchise for the brilliant soundtrack, cool central characters and intricate cityscape, the launch of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on to mobile devices was always going to come with some fanfare.
Is the Force strong enough to survive a collaboration between Star Wars and Angry Birds on iOS and Android?
Angry Birds is most definitely part of the mobile gaming canon these days, so every time a new version appears there is much fanfare.
Can Storm The Train offer a genuine challenge to the endless running heavyweights on iPhone and iPad?
Run to the right, shoot vampires, zombies, robots, werewolves, bigger robots and a few other enemies, jump between trains, have boss fights, pick up other guns.
The crazy console classic is reborn on iOS
Crazy Taxi was released on the Dreamcast back in 2000, and the beauty of smartphones and tablets is that games like this are getting a second wind on the App Store, with retro fans and newcomers alike eager to see how the gameplay stands up on new platforms.
The EA Sports franchise is back again on iOS
There is one element it’s difficult to get beyond with the FIFA games ported onto iOS devices, and that’s the controls.
you won’t stop playing – ever
Terry Cavanagh clearly knows how the human mind works.
The lighter, softer side of RPG
When a game has taken advantage of Unreal Engine technology, there is likely to be a certain amount of expectation around it.
The iOS answer to Call of Duty is back
There are plenty of first-person shooters out there that want to be regarded as the number one on the mobile platform, and arguably the Modern Combat franchise has the strongest case to hold that crown.
The 80s have never looked and felt so good on iOS
Arguably the most memorable game within the GTA franchise for the brilliant soundtrack, cool central characters and diverse landscape, the launch of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City onto mobile devices was always going to come with some fanfare.