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Threes developer Sirvo Studios reveals their next game Guildings in new trailer

News By Christian Valentin, 1 month ago
Threes developer Sirvo Studios reveals their next game Guildings in new trailer

Threes was one of mobile's surprise hits, a puzzle game that wringed addictive challenge from simple mechanics; Sirvo's next game, Guildings, looks to be more complex amd larger in scope, but retain the polish and charm that defined Threes. Described as a "mobile fantasy adventure", Guildings is an episodic single player game, inspired by JRPG mechanics, that blends magic with the mundane. As Coda, you're thrust into a sprawling journey after a cursed smartphone reveals a hidden magical culture and a quest to save the world. The short teaser trailer showcases the various elements of Guildings' gameplay: exploring low-poly environments and interacting with odd characters, learning the stor…

Pre-register now for MMORPG Dragon Nest’s much anticipated mobile debut

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 month, 1 week ago
Pre-register now for MMORPG Dragon Nest’s much anticipated mobile debut

Those who have already played the PC iteration of Dragon Nest have plenty to look forward to when the mobile version launches as Dragon Nest M at the end of this month. And if you can’t wait to start enjoying the classic 3D adventuring the series is known for, pre-register for the game to gain exclusive gifts and rewards at launch. Maintaining the same high bar for story, fantasy setting, and characters, Dragon Nest M will feature similar scenes and play style present in the PC version, but there are some new additions to await eagerly. Mobile players will be able to choose between six classes, for instance, each one having up to 70 skills available. Warrior, Archer, Mage, Tinkerer,…

What you can expect from MeoGame's upcoming football management sim, Champion Eleven

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 month, 1 week ago
What you can expect from MeoGame's upcoming football management sim, Champion Eleven

In case you prefer your football with a little more fantasy than reality (and if you're a Manchester United fan you most likely have this season) then you should take note of MeoGame's upcoming release, Champion Eleven. The FIFPro endorsed game features over 100 licensed teams from across the World, over 60,000 active players, and comes endorsed by arguably the best coach in football right now, Pep Guardiola. So it's hard to argue that the game has credentials - but what can you expect from it? Well, we're here to tell you. First off, expect the expected. That is to say that the game is called Champion Eleven for a reason. You'll take on the role of manager, director and chairman of y…

Make your bid for the crown in Iron Throne, Netmarble's new MMO strategy game out now

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 month, 1 week ago
Make your bid for the crown in Iron Throne, Netmarble's new MMO strategy game out now

Immersing yourself within a world of swords and sorcery is all well and good. But the real magic when playing Netmarble’s new MMO Strategy title Iron Throne is the ability to do so amongst high quality full-3D visuals. Over one million players have already pre-registered for the game, which is now fully available on mobile devices from today. When loading up Iron Throne, you’ll be greeted with a vast open world cloaked in a world of descending darkness. Only by willingly participating in real-time 3D battles, embarking on NPC quests, and building up an army of your own will you stand a chance of winning. Thankfully, your journey to the throne isn’t a burden you’ll…

Q-Games' Eden Obscura is swinging onto iOS on May 18th

News By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 1 week ago
Q-Games' Eden Obscura is swinging onto iOS on May 18th

The artistically abstract and arcade-y agile Eden Obscura is releasing soon on mobile, bringing Q-Games' unique Pixeljunk style and satisfying swinging to iOS later this week, according to the developers on Twitter. Eden Obscura is an enhanced and updated successor Q-Games' Pixeljunk Eden, designed with mobile in mind; the floral landscapes and graceful swinging remains, now with a useful double jump and a unique feaure that uses your phone's camera to create dynamic and atmosphere backgrounds to navigate through. With each gossamer grapple and planted seed, your agile movement through the world brings it to life with growing structures to swing even higher in your quest to collect specia…

Scalak is an unorthodox cubic puzzler from the developer of Zenge and Art of Gravity, releasing this month on iOS and Android

News By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 1 week ago
Scalak is an unorthodox cubic puzzler from the developer of Zenge and Art of Gravity, releasing this month on iOS and Android

Developer Michal Pawlowski's roster of puzzle games all share the traits of being visually unique and relaxingly paced, and the upcoming Scalak looks like a welcome addition among past titles like Zenge and Push. At its most basic, Scalak look reminiscent of a 3D jigsaw puzzle, challenging you to fit oddly-shaped pieces onto cubic structures. In the trailer, a wide variety of puzzle types are shown, each one building upon that concept in different ways: filling in gaps on surfaces with shaped tiles, rotating sections of cubic levels so special tiles will fit with the correct orientation, and even placing girder-like construction across a structure's vertices. And like his past games, Scal…

Flash game remake Sierra 7 is a tactical on-rails shooter in development for iOS and Android

News By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 1 week ago
Flash game remake Sierra 7 is a tactical on-rails shooter in development for iOS and Android

Originally released as a flash game in 2011, Sierra 7 is being developed as an expanded remake for mobile, bringing an updated art style, more weapons, levels, and other additions and improvements to iOS and Android. The concept is a tactical rails shooter, putting you in the shoes of special operative engaging in classified missions around the globe. Each mission takes you through its levels on rails, letting you focus on aiming, weapon choice, and reloading. While the original game had a stick figure-themed art style, the new version has you fighting fully-illustrated mercenaries with a much wider arsenal of guns and a contextual cover system reminiscent of the classic Time Crisis arcad…

Iron Throne marches onto Android and iOS this month, pre-register for exclusive rewards

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Iron Throne marches onto Android and iOS this month, pre-register for exclusive rewards

If you’re a firm believer that the best things in life are free, Netmarble have got you covered with regards to their latest MMO strategy title Iron Throne which is now open for pre-registration. Doing so will give players access to exclusive rewards upon launch on May 16th, giving them a slight leg up when the time comes to do battle. Becoming king is the name of the game in Iron Throne, building yourself up from lowly adventurer to respected royalty. Your journey which is realised using full 3D graphics will included classic RPG quests, building up your own castle empire, and even unique hero and crafting mechanics. Adventurers seeking a more competitive route to glory have a cho…

Kontrast turns minimalist drawings into short intriguing puzzles

News By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Kontrast turns minimalist drawings into short intriguing puzzles

Kontrast is a short and unusual puzzle game available now on iOS and Android, eschewing traditional design to present you with stylish illustrations and simple challenges focused on playful experimentation. Each of Kontrast's seven stages is a monochrome abstract illustration, moving in a subtle rhythm; a light fixture swings to and fro, cloaking areas in shadow, a geometric constructure rotates and tumbles, among other elements. Your goal is to guide a ball through these odd drawings, but the challenge is figuring out how to actually accomplish that goal; tapping and dragging on parts of each drawing reveals parts that can be moved and manipulated to create a path. Discovering the secret…

Valve announces official Steam Link app for iOS and Android

News By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Valve announces official Steam Link app for iOS and Android

Valve - game developer, publisher, and company behind the huge PC gaming site Steam - introduced Steam Link in 2015 as a means to stream games played on a PC to televisions. Now, the company has announced  a Steam Link app headed to iOS and Android, allowing you to play games from Steam library on your preferred mobile device. In the announcement, Valve stated tha devices will be able to stream through a 5Ghz network connection or Ethernet cable from their PC or Mac, with support for Steam Controller, MFI controllers, and other similiar devices for playing on an iOS and Android device. Along with the Steam Link app, Valve is also releasing a Steam Video app for iOS and Andr…

Zero/Sum combines b-movie storytelling with math puzzles when it releases on May 16th

News By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Zero/Sum combines b-movie storytelling with math puzzles when it releases on May 16th

"Sudoku meets Die Hard" is how developer Squeezebox sums up Zero/Sum, a new puzzler releasing later this month that blends FMV cutscenes and b-action movie narrative with math-based challenges. The good news is that Professor Claire Liddy finds the cure for cancer. The bad news is that she was killed by terrorists. The comedic framing for Zero/Sum's puzzles puts you in the shoes of one of Liddy's grad student, placing erased plus and minuses to complete equations and make them all equal zero. These puzzles start simply, with singular equations and simple math where each change to the equation dynamically adjusting the answer. But later challenges expand outward, creating a Sudoku-esque gr…

A Steel Media round-up for the week of April 23rd

Feature By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
A Steel Media round-up for the week of April 23rd

Here’s another weekly round-up of news, previews, and features from Pocket Gamer, 148Apps, and the rest of our sister sites. On our Youtube page, James Gilmour provides his impression of the beer empire business sim Brew Town, highlighting in particular the repetitive nature of the genre present in the game, the creative side of Brew Town in designing bottle icons and beer types, and the well-thought design of the sim gameplay. Over on Pocket Gamer, Harry Slater offers an satricial argument for the strength of the idle game subgenre, especially the wonderful fact that the endless ever-increasing nature of idle gaming means you'll have a legacy to leave behind. Finally, o…

Still Here is a charming adventure through a robotic world, available on iOS and Android

News By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Still Here is a charming adventure through a robotic world, available on iOS and Android

Still Here promises a jetapck-driven exploration-heavy adventure through its colorful mechanical kingdom, in a relaxed sci-fi platformer about uncovering what happened to mankind and discovering the robotic world left behind. With simple taps, you can hover and float through Still Here's various environments and stages, collecting collectibles and meeting robot inhabitants along the way. As a "pip", it's your goal to talk with these friendly automatons to learn about the secrets of humanity's fate, all while unlocking new outfits and items throughout your calm exploration.  Simple yet resposnive controls lets you boost through the air with precision, using environmental element…

Galaxy.io Space Arena blasts its way onto mobile

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Galaxy.io Space Arena blasts its way onto mobile

Cosmic shooter Galaxy.io Space Arena has blasted off into orbit and iOS, and Android users can surrender themselves to its gravitational pull. GameSpire’s free-to-play title is an area shooter which thrusts players into heavily armed vessels and pits them against scores of other pilots from around the galaxy over an internet connection. PvP battles take place in deep space, set against arena backdrops littered with asteroids and cosmic debris. Players will earn points each time they blast a rival into space dust and these can be invested in ship customisation and new space crafts. Users will also earn Diamonds as they play, an in-game currency which can be exchanged for power-ups a…

Hidden Gem of the Week: Blown Away

Feature By Christian Valentin, 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Hidden Gem of the Week: Blown Away

Blown Away: Secret of the Wind is a unique auto-running puzzle platformer from Black Pants Studio, that stabds out due to its vibrant art style and clever mechanics. Mother Nature has swept away Hendrik's home and hair;  now he must travel a land of deadly gaps, monsters, and traps to retrieve them, using his pair of teleporting boots to leap past hazards  Those boots provide the backbone for Blown Away's smartly-designed stages; your boots recharge their teleport with each step, and tapping on the screen teleports you to that location, even as you're falling to certain doom. The charging element is what turns a relatively simple mechanic into a puzzler. Your boots only charge w…