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True Axis releases a teaser trailer for True Skate

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
True Axis releases a teaser trailer for True Skate

True Axis, the developer behind the award winning Jet Car Stunts, has released a new trailer showing off some gameplay from their upcoming skating flick-a-thon, True Skate. The game lets you control a digital skateboard with your fingers, swiping and tapping out tricks in a pretty similar way to how you'd perform them with your feet in real life. While it does bear some similarities to Touchgrind, a change in camera angle means you can see a lot more of the park spread out around you, and plan better routes through the various obstacles. True Skate should be hitting the App Store pretty soon, but in the meantime, check out the trailer we've embedded below to get a flavour of the skate boa…


Glu Mobile releases trailer for Deathdome

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
Glu Mobile releases trailer for Deathdome

Glu Mobile has released the first trailer for its upcoming Infinity Blade style hack, slash, and blocker, Deathdome, and it's looking pretty impressive indeed. The trailer shows off a gritty, post apocalyptic wasteland that owes more than a little to 2K's Borderlands, and a little bit more than that to Mad Max 2. It looks like you're job is going to be pulverising mutant gladiators in the titular Deathdome, using touch screen swipes and taps to attack and dodge. The game is set to release for iOS and Android devices in the not too distant future, and you can check out the entertainingly violent trailer embedded below. Via Phandroid…


Hack and smash with Wraithborne from Alpha Dog Games

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
Hack and smash with Wraithborne from Alpha Dog Games

There's nothing wrong with hankering after a bit of Unreal Engine powered iOS dungeon crawling, but with Infinity Blade Dungeons still a little way off, where does one turn to sate their violent, looty lust? Alpha Dog Games and Crescent Moon are hoping that you'll choose Wraithborne, a touch controlled fantasy that's dripping with the sort of violence and magic that true adventurers crave. The game looks set to include some intuitive touch screen features, such as tracing Runes with a finger to unleash your magical spells, and the environments you're going to be stomping around in look absolutely gorgeous. We've included a trailer below to give you a taste of what the game has in store fo…


Crescent Moon Games releases a trailer for Ravensword: Shadowlands

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
Crescent Moon Games releases a trailer for Ravensword: Shadowlands

If you like your fantasy high and your games epic, then Crescent Moond Games's new iOS RPG Ravensword: Shadowlands is set to tick your boxes in ways you might not have thought possible. You might remember we reviewed the original Ravensword game, The Fallen King, many moons ago. It got a perfect score. And it looks like this sequel has improved on pretty much everything its predecessor had to offer. There's more than an air of Skyrim in the first trailer for the game, which you can check out below, and it will apparently sport more than 40 hours of play time for anyone who wants to see everything it has to offer. The game is slated for a release sometime before the end of the ye…


The Devil is in the Details

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 1 month ago
The Devil is in the Details

Devil's Attorney is hard to pin down. It pulls art influences from the 80s, the premise suggests Phoenix Wright, but in execution it's more RPG than adventure game. Have a look at the trailer and see what we mean. The game is out on October 11th and will cost you $3 USD. More info can be found on the homepage.[Devil's Attorney]…


Mistwalker releases Blade Guardian

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
Mistwalker releases Blade Guardian

Mistwalker, the studio set up by legendary Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, has released its second iOS game, a tower defence title caled Blade Guardian. The game certainly looks impressive, with blobby cartoon monsters, and plenty of levels for you to sink your defensive real time strategy teeth into. It's certainly a more conventional game than Mistwalker's first attempt at an App Store title, Party Wave, which drew on Sakaguchi's love of surfing to create a strange mix of dolphin poking and big wave catching. Blade Guardian should be available from the App Store right now, and it'll cost you $0.69 to find out if Mistwalker's magic touch with the JRPG can transfer to the some…


Ikaruga meets Canabalt

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 1 month ago
Ikaruga meets Canabalt

Slated for an October 11th release, Polara is looking like a solid entry into the free-running genre, adding Ikaruga style colour switching, but also breaking the running into stages with boss battles as punctuation. We're looking forward to this release and will keep you posted.…


Madfinger teases Shadowgun: Deadzone

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
Madfinger teases Shadowgun: Deadzone

Madfinger Games, the developer behind Shadowgun and Dead Trigger, has revealed a new teaser image for their upcoming third person multiplayer shooter, Shadowgun: Deadzone. The image shows a group of grizzled looking mercaneries, presumably all characters you can play in the blaster, standing around looking grizzled. You can check it out for yourself below. We gave the original Shadowgun a 4 in our review, and anyone who's seen it in action knows just how impressive the game looks. Hopefully Deadzone will be able to capture some of the frantic multiplayer action that mobile games have been lacking for a while. There's no firm release date for the game yet, which was first announced at th…


Crazy Cars Returns!

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 1 month ago
Crazy Cars Returns!

The original Crazy Cars was released in 1987 for the Amiga that received average reviews. To remind you of what we're dealing with, here's some gameplay footage. Now Anuman Interactive is recharging the franchise with the release of Crazy Cars: Hit the Road (not to be confused with the Sam and Max game with the similar title). Here's a trailer. Slated for release on October 15th, this looks like a nice update and could be worth a look, but there is already a large arcade racer market on the iOS so we'll have to wait and see how it holds up.…


Rovio launches Bad Piggies at the App Store

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
Rovio launches Bad Piggies at the App Store

If you've ever worried that maybe the green, egg stealing pigs in Angry Birds never get a chance to tell their side of the story, then fret no more, because Bad Piggies finally lets you set the record straight. The latest game set in the Angry Birds universe, Bad Piggies lets you build contraptions in order to save the poor defenceless piggies from the attentions of the annoyed avians. The game is still all about physics, but this time you're building rather than destroying, attempting to ferry your worried looking pigs to safety on a ramshackle vehicle of your own creation. You can pick up Bad Piggies from the App Store for just $0.99, and while it might not be the most original of tit…


Relaxing Lanterns

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 1 month ago
Relaxing Lanterns

Haven't you ever just wanted to lounge back and relax by connecting floating lanterns together? If so, the soon to be released game Lanterns by Sydney-based developer Big Time is ready to release as soon as possible (they're just waiting for Apple's final confirmation). Have a look at the trailer and see what you think. There's definitely a zen-like vibe going on - equal parts of Bejewelled and Fruit Ninja definitely shine through and we'll be covering it once the game is available.…


Shear Madness

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 1 month ago
Shear Madness

Oh!Sheep is a mixture of Spy Mouse line drawing and the Commandos strategy gameplay of co-ordinating mutiple characters to accomplish an objective (or at least that's the idea). Have a look at the trailer! Its release is planned for the first half of October.…


God of Blades hitting the App Store today

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
God of Blades hitting the App Store today

If you long for a time when rock albums were adorned with blade wielding heroes and video games were much simpler fare, then God of Blades is going to be perfect for you. The game hits the App Store today, bringing with it plenty of hacking and slashing action, and a unique look that sets it apart from the rest of the side scrolling genre. There are new swords to collect and plenty of enemies to slay in an immersive single player campaign that's all about reclaiming your memories and saving your world from oblivion. God of Blades should be turning up in the App Store anytime now, and its blend of storytelling adventure and violent sword play make it well worth checking out.…


You owe me a new Acorn

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 1 month ago
You owe me a new Acorn

Squeak squeaker squeak squeaken. Yeah sorry, when i see a game that features a squirrel called Squeaky, that quote instantly springs to mind. Squeaky at the Fair has to use the rotation of giant wheels to escape a giant wheel himself. It looks like the gameplay of Knights of the Round Cable, with a focus on side scrolling progression rather than score quotas. Have a look at the trailer. The game releases this Thursday…


The Last Express arriving on the App Store on the 27th

News By Harry Slater, 2 years, 1 month ago
The Last Express arriving on the App Store on the 27th

If you're a fan of point and click adventures, then Thursday is a day to mark in your diary, because it sees the release of The Last Express, a forgotten classic of the genre created by Prince of Persia's Jordan Mechner. Set on the Orient Express in 1914, the game is a mix of mystery, suspense, action, and romance, all presented in a unique and gorgeous cartoon style. Heavily praised on its original release, the game didn't quite grab the mainstream's attention, but many die hard point and clickers consider it the finest example of the genre ever created. This iOS version is a faithful port by the team at DotEmu, whose previous smartphone and tablet credits include R-Type and Another Worl…