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Hands-on with Rival Kingdoms: Age of Ruin, the strategy management game for people who hate to wait

Feature By Peter Willington, 1 week, 6 days ago
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Well obviously you need to watch Screen Team's new Game of War rap battle

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Flick Nations Rugby gets Six Nations update

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Hands-on with Okay?, the minimal puzzler that may make you fall in love with the concept of free-to-play

Feature By Peter Willington, 2 weeks ago
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Hands-on with DomiNations!, a new strategy management game from one of the minds behind Rise of Nations and Civilization II

Feature By Peter Willington, 2 weeks ago
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World of Tanks Generals is Wargaming's new card game for iOS, Android, and browsers

News By Peter Willington, 2 weeks ago
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Last chance to nominate your favourite iOS and Android Apps in the Best App Ever Awards

News By Danny Russell, 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Last chance to nominate your favourite iOS and Android Apps in the Best App Ever Awards

There are mere hours left to vote for your preferred iOS and Android apps in the 7th Best App Ever Awards! Nominating shows developers just how much you love their apps, and can help the apps you choose stand out in the ever-crowded marketplace. It's easy enough cast a nomination, just head over to Best App Ever, pick your platform, category, then search for the app you want to nominate, and hit the "Nominate this app" button. We know you love games, after all, that's why you're here. However, everyone has a shortlist of go-to apps too - we just want you to nominate yours! You don't have to vote for each and every category, but we recommend you at least vote for the ones you're most pass…

Kim Kardashian, QTEs, and the Tigrex - AppSpy's Sunday Service

Feature By Peter Willington, 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Kim Kardashian, QTEs, and the Tigrex - AppSpy's Sunday Service

AppSpy's Sunday Service catches you up on all the biggest stories and happenings from around AppSpy. Jump in, won't you? The Big Stories 1. GEOFF tackles Kim Kardashian and the complex subject of what makes a game a game. 2. Angel Stone's cinematic trailer is out, and it looks PRETTY. 3. QTE-a-thon Tempo is the latest from the developer of Brink. 4. Survivor Squad just might be the next game from the Cut the Rope team. 5. We tweaked the site a bit so that you can view all our videos directly from the front page. Do you like it? AppSpy Recommends Another 3DS game here on AppSpy? You best believe it! Continuing our big team up with Pocket Gamer we went ahead and created a video revie…

5 iOS sequels that stand above their predecessors in every way

Feature By Ananth Shastri, 2 weeks, 3 days ago
5 iOS sequels that stand above their predecessors in every way

Sometimes even excellent games can leave you unfulfilled. Perhaps the amount of content was on the lower side, or a minor niggle diminished your overall enjoyment of the package, or you just wanted a bit more; but whatever the reason, you wished the developers had expanded on their ideas to create a superior experience. The following games are the perfect sequels - capitalizing on the strengths of their predecessors and eliminating their few weaknesses. 1. Jet Car Stunts 2 - this sequel is one that chooses to refine rather than overhaul the original - which is totally fine by me, given how awesome the original Jet Car Stunts is. You speed along a set of levitating tracks, using jet fuel to…

Tempo™ iPad Review

Review WARCHEST LIMITED By Harry Slater, 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Tempo™ iPad Review

Tempo is a shooter with a twist. The twist is that it's not really a shooter. I mean, shooting happens. There's definitely shooting involved, but rather than pulling the trigger you're tapping along to various quick time events in order to get rid of the bad guys. Does it actually work? Yes, yes it does, and in the video above Pocket Gamer's Harry Slater will explain why.…

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Love is in the air but it still smells like zombies in Dead Trigger 2's new 'Heart Attack' update

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No guns on the App Store! Apple clamps down on violent imagery

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Hands-on with Imps in Tokyo, the #wonderfully #weird latest effort from We Are Vigilantes

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See GEOFF tackle Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, GTA V, and gaming prejudices

Feature By James Gilmour, 2 weeks, 4 days ago
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