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Does PewDiePie have what it takes to be a master pianist in Piano Tiles 2?

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 10 months, 3 weeks ago
Does PewDiePie have what it takes to be a master pianist in Piano Tiles 2?

Piano Tiles 2 is the sequel to the hugely popular Piano Tiles, an iOS and Android title in which you had to attempt to play songs on a piano without touching the white tiles. It's harder than it sounds. You had to be incredibly focused and fast with your fingers to beat your friends to the top of the Facebook and Twitter leaderboards. There was a wide variety of game modes, a fully customisable playlist, and several different themes and colour options. It really was the ultimate piano game on mobile. Not anymore though. Piano Tiles 2 has arrived and with it a ton of new features that shake up the formula to create an even bigger and better music adventure. You can now compete with play…

Hands-on with Mind Fork

Feature By Peter Willington, 10 months, 3 weeks ago
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Hands-on with The Duckforce Rises

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Hands-on with Nibblers

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PG Podcast 329: Unkilled, XCOM, I Am Bread, Worms 4, and more

Feature By Peter Willington, 10 months, 3 weeks ago
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11 radical replays that highlight Terraria’s variety

Feature By Ananth Shastri, 10 months, 3 weeks ago
11 radical replays that highlight Terraria’s variety

Though it’s often hailed as a two-dimensional Minecraft, it would be unjust to call Terraria a clone. Among other factors, its focus on combat differentiates this game from its voxel-based cousin. And despite the presence of a few rough edges - namely, the frequently floaty controls - Terraria’s spin on the survival sandbox genre is thoroughly enjoyable. Terraria’s generally high entertainment value can be attributed to the variety in its gameplay, a feature easily demonstrated by the following clips. And as always, whether you’re a pixel artist or a slime-slaughterer, feel free to post your own feats in the comments. The stars certainly weren’t aligned for th…

There's still time to get those special SoulCalibur character cards in Outcast Odyssey

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 10 months, 3 weeks ago
There's still time to get those special SoulCalibur character cards in Outcast Odyssey

Hurry! There's still time to grab those special SoulCalibur character cards in Outcast Odyssey but you'll have to be quick as the promotion ends on September 7th. That's right - Ivy, Mitsurugi, Voldo, Maxi, Kilik, Siegfried, Nightmare, and Astaroth have all been turned into beautiful hand drawn cards in Outcast Odyssey along with twin swords Soul Edge and SoulCalibur. If you want them (and of course you do) all you have to do is download the game and take part in events to get a chance to receive them as rewards. Outcast Odyssey itself is an innovative combination of collectible card game and RPG in which you battle enemies and collect cards while journeying across a massive game world ma…

Hands-on with Avion Flight Simulator

Feature By Glen Fox, 10 months, 3 weeks ago
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Hands-on with Spirit Hunter

Feature By Peter Willington, 10 months, 4 weeks ago
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Hands-on with Seashine

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Hands-on with PixWing

Feature By Peter Willington, 11 months ago
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PG Podcast 328: Lara Croft GO, Metal Gear, Calvino Noir, Mazecraft, and punk rock tunes

Feature By Peter Willington, 11 months ago
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8 gorgeous goals from Tiki Taka Soccer

Feature By Ananth Shastri, 11 months ago
8 gorgeous goals from Tiki Taka Soccer

There are a whole bunch of soccer games on the App Store, but not all of them are as well-suited to touchscreen devices as Tiki Taka Soccer is. This surprisingly deep title dodges the clunkiness of a virtual joypad by incorporating a swipe-and-tap control scheme, which works pretty well. And though micro-transactions can get bothersome, recent balancing patches have done a lot to make them less necessary. Ultimately Tiki Taka Soccer’s a game of moments: curve shots, headers, and long-distance goals all feel brilliant to execute, and are just as enjoyable to watch. I’ve found ample proof of that last statement; if you're inclined to add more, do so in the comments. If that happe…

What is 8-bit, anyway?

Feature By Mark Brown, 11 months ago
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