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One to watch - Frag: Pro Shooter is coming to iPhone and iPad this week

Feature By Harry Slater, 1 month, 2 weeks ago
One to watch - Frag: Pro Shooter is coming to iPhone and iPad this week

Whether you like it or not, the midcore revolution is gaining pace, finding new genres and styles of play to make more accessible for players who might not have the grounding in the mechanics of gaming that more seasoned button bashers might. And Frag definitely fits into that category. The game is shaping up to be a midcore take on Overwatch. You've got a team of characters, three objectives to shoot up, and a team of foes that are trying to stop you. There are plenty of twists thrown in though, and they make sure that things stay interesting. For one thing you don't have any team mates. The other characters are controlled by the AI until you die, at which point you can choose which of th…

The top 5 videos about mobile gaming you might have missed last week

Feature By Harry Slater, 1 month, 2 weeks ago
The top 5 videos about mobile gaming you might have missed last week

AppSpy's video arm regularly delivers the best content about mobile gaming. That's just a fact, we're not bragging or anything. Well, we are a bit. If you've not already subscribed, you can do that by clicking here. Or, just make sure you come back here every Monday, when we'll be rounding up the best videos that we've made for your viewing pleasure over the last seven days. Today is no different, by the way. Underneath this paragraph you're going to find five awesome videos that cover a whole bunch of really awesome games, or less awesome games that we think you should be avoiding. Anyway, enough talking, let's get on with the moving images. Jaws.io hands-on We're not entirely sure how…

Immortal Rogue is AppSpy's best iPhone and iPad game of February 2019

Feature By Harry Slater, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Immortal Rogue is AppSpy's best iPhone and iPad game of February 2019

February is over and done with. Be honest, who saw that one coming? But just because the month has ended, doesn't mean we can't take a look back at one of the games that made the past 28 days a little more bearable. And this month there could really only be one game worth a peek - Immortal Rogue. It's a game that sees you playing as a Vampire, swooshing around a series of top-down levels killing everything that moves, grabbing loot, and then retreating to your vampiric sanctuary for about a hundred years. A hundred years of game time, obviously, not real time. The game's a roguelike, so dying in a run will setback most of your progress. There are things that roll over though, thanks to the…

Our pick of the top iPhone and iPad game of the week - Rolling Sky 2: Rolling Dream

Feature By Harry Slater, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Our pick of the top iPhone and iPad game of the week - Rolling Sky 2: Rolling Dream

We always like to make sure you're playing the best games - really, that's the point of our jobs. We're here to tell you about all the awesome mobile games that come out every week - and this week we're proper jazzed about Rolling Sky 2: Rolling Dream. Want to find out why? You'll have to keep reading then. The game is an auto-runner, but it's got so many twists up its various sleeves that it'd be diminishing it to think of it in the same terms as some other games that might fit into the same genre. For one thing, this is one of the slickest runners we've seen in a long time. The graphics are gorgeous, and the overall style is one that's both unique and dripping with quality. There's plent…

Hone your biking skills in Downhill Masters available now on Android

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Hone your biking skills in Downhill Masters available now on Android

Ever wonder what happens when you mix delightful characters and mini-games with urban downhill bike racing? You get Downhill Masters for Android, of course, the latest from THEM Corporation, a team composed partly of Civilization, Aion, and Icarus Online talent. The game sees you joining one of three riders on their day-to-day journey from being passionate amateurs to world-class sports stars. Riding is fast and skill-based, with the option to create your own routes around the increasingly challenging tracks. There are also plenty of skills up for grabs, and new equipment comes thick and fast. Beyond the core racing, you’ll be tackling a variety of oddball mini-games. These, more o…

Medieval Dynasty offers multiple-choice fun for the mobile

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Medieval Dynasty offers multiple-choice fun for the mobile

Developer Robobot Studio has mainly focused on creating personal assistant apps, or ‘bots’, but Medieval Dynasty is something a little different — an RPG that’s all about choice. And it’s just been released on iOS, Android and Windows. Set between 476 and 1492 AD, the game puts you in charge of a fictional kingdom with the aesthetic of Medieval Europe. From the throne, it’s your job to make the vital decisions which will keep everything running as it should. However, every problem confronting you has more than one solution, and there isn’t always a clear-cut correct option. It’s up to you to weigh up the pros and cons; will this improve your…

One to watch - 3eality is coming to iPhone and iPad this week

Feature By Harry Slater, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
One to watch - 3eality is coming to iPhone and iPad this week

It's not often that an endless runner comes out that we're actually interested in. It's not because we don't like the genre - it's because it's so rare that a runner comes out that does things differently. Luckily though this week is going to buck that trend, because 3eality is set to land on the App Store. What's so special about this one? Well for one thing, you're not controlling one character, you're controlling three - and they're all running on slightly different tracks. You need to keep an eye on all three and react accordingly when an obstacle pops up in one of them. We reckon it's gonna be much easier said than done though. There are some other clever ideas here too, like a charge…

Computer programming becomes fun with Switch puzzler Trybit Logic

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Computer programming becomes fun with Switch puzzler Trybit Logic

Every now and again, a game comes along that makes learning fun, and that’s certainly true of Trybit Logic on Nintendo Switch. This logic-based puzzler has been a firm favourite among computer engineering students since it debuted on iOS and Android devices, and has also established itself as a tool to teach computing to youngsters. Developed by Himacs, the game tasks players with helping a friendly ‘Bitrobo’ defeat an army of bugs by combining logic operations panels to expose their weaknesses. Changing a bug’s switch from 0000 or 1111 is the way to kill them. Trybit Logic features two modes of play. In Puzzle Mode, players must use the on-screen logical operati…

The top 4 videos about mobile gaming you might have missed last week

Feature By Harry Slater, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
The top 4 videos about mobile gaming you might have missed last week

Every week here at AppSpy we like to ensure that you're up to date with the awesome mobile gaming videos that we've made over the last seven days. And this week is no different. In fact, you're currently reading an article designed to get you caught up with all the visual treats we've been creating. Did you know Appspy had a video arm? We're pretty sure that you did, since you're a smart and well-educated sort. If you didn't, well make sure you check it out by clicking this link. You can even subscribe to the channel if you'd like, that'd make us super duper happy. Noa Noa hands-on Our first video is all about Noa Noa, which is an attempt to reinvent the virtual pet for a more modern au…

Our pick of the top iPhone and iPad game of the week - Stay

Feature By Harry Slater, 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Our pick of the top iPhone and iPad game of the week - Stay

Sometimes games come along that have such interesting core ideas, it's impossible for us not to write about them. That's definitely the case with Stay, which has just landed on the App Store. In fact, it's got us so excited that we've decided to make it this week's game of the week. And now we're going to write a whole bunch of words about why we're stoked the game is finally out for mobile. It's a game about communication and connection. A stranger wakes up in a room with only an internet connected computer in it. That computer is open to a chat room, and you're in that chat room. You'll be asked questions, talk to Quinn (the man in the room), and try to figure out what's going on. The tw…

Monument Valley dev usTwo is working on two new games for iPhone and iPad

Feature By Harry Slater, 2 months ago
Monument Valley dev usTwo is working on two new games for iPhone and iPad

Let's be real here, we're all on AppSpy because we love mobile gaming. And if you love mobile gaming there's a very good chance that you love the Monument Valley series of games - after all, it's a wonderful showcase for just how entertaining and powerful mobile play can be. That's why we're happy to let you know that usTwo is working on some more pocket-sized experiences. How do we know? Well it's all thanks to Red Bull Gaming, which recently released the video that we've embedded below. It's a look inside usTwo, that also reveals that the studio is working on two, as-yet unannounced mobile games. You'll even catch a glimpse of them, although don't expect that to tell you much more than th…

One to watch - Immortal Rogue is coming out for iPhone and iPad this week

Feature By Harry Slater, 2 months ago
One to watch - Immortal Rogue is coming out for iPhone and iPad this week

Finding a roguelike that does things even slightly differently these days is a nice surprise. Especially if you find one that works brilliantly on mobile, and just wouldn't have the same snap and pop if it was on any other platform. Which is why we're super excited that Immortal Rogue is coming out this week for iPhone and iPad. The game is controlled with swipes and presses, and sees you controlling a vampire. While you can die, you'll resurrect eventually, hence where the roguelike concepts come in. You'll lose some of the upgrades you've unlocked, but any you pay for in blood (ooooh spooky), you'll keep. This is definitely an action-oriented experience. The violence is slick and crisp,…

The top 3 videos about mobile gaming you might have missed last week

Feature By Harry Slater, 2 months ago
The top 3 videos about mobile gaming you might have missed last week

At the start of every week here at AppSpy we like to make sure that you're caught up with all of the amazing videos we've been making over the past seven days. Wait, you didn't know we have a video arm? Well we do, and it makes the best videos about mobile gaming every week. Seriously, they're great, and we're not just saying that because we're contractually obliged to. You can click here to go to the channel and subscribe - we know you want to. Like we say, we do this every week, so if you keep checking back every Monday you're going to find some of the finest mobile gaming videos that the internet has to offer. And more paragraphs like this one, which are essentially just padding because…

Why you should be playing Jaws.io for iOS and Android

Feature By Harry Slater, 2 months ago
Why you should be playing Jaws.io for iOS and Android

Jaws.io really has no right to be as good as it is. It's a movie tie-in game for a series that hasn't actually been any good for about forty years. And it's a .io game, most of which are just shovelware clones of other, more successful games. And yet, it manages to be one of the most compulsive and entertaining multiplayer mobile games we've played in a while. The first thing you'll notice when you play the game are the two distinct roles. If you're a boat you're trying to save people, and using your cannons to try and kill the titular devil shark. But when you earn enough points, or manage to kill the toothy monster, you'll become the sea-faring flesh eater. From there you need to eat as…

Our pick of the top iPhone and iPad game of the week - Linn: Path of Orchards

Feature By Harry Slater, 2 months ago
Our pick of the top iPhone and iPad game of the week - Linn: Path of Orchards

It was pretty tough to pick just one game to recommend to you this week, but since that's what we do every Thursday here at AppSpy, it seemed like it was a good idea to give it a go. We managed it too, just about - we reckon this week you should definitely give Linn: Path of Orchards a go. Why? Well for one thing it's one of the most interesting platformers we've seen on the App Store in a good long while. It takes ideas from the likes of Monument Valley, but rather than riding on those coattails, it tries something new with them. Like being in 2D, for example. You don't have any control over the world here either - it moves and changes as you dart around the tight little levels, and you n…