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A Steel Media round-up for the week of January 29th

By , on February 2, 2018
Last modified 11 months, 3 weeks ago

AppSpy is only one facet of the larger network that makes up Steel Media, and all manner of interesting and informative articles made their way to pages of our sister sites. This weekly features highlights some of those stories.

Over on our YouTube page, you can find a helpful tips video for the recently released card game-roguelike hybrid Meteorfall; keep that advice in mind and you’ll be a monster-slayer master in no time at all.

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Emily Snowden on Pocket Gamer shined a light on the isometric puzzler Valleys Between, a game about carefullly molding and managing life in an gradually expanding world.

Meanwhile on Android Rundown, the adventure game Broken Sword received a retrospective look, revisting its twisting conspiracy thriller narrative and the game’s personal connection for writer Tre Lawrence.

And finally, Harry Slater re-posted 148Apps’ ever-growing compilation of iPhone’s best games. From Gorogoa‘s gorgeous panels to the hectic alien blasting of The Bug Butcher, it’s a varied subsection of genre and style.

Bug Butcher

For those stories and many more, be sure to visit our fellow sites, and keep any eye for more weekly round-ups on upcoming Fridays.