A frightful week - AppSpy's Sunday Service

By , on November 2, 2014
Last modified 7 years, 9 months ago

AppSpy's Sunday Service is your super quick catch up on everything from here on AppSpy that we think is totally amazing, wonderfully silly, and completely unmissable.

The Big Stories

1. These are the 5 spookiest mobile games we could think of to make your Halloween week more ghastly...

2. … and these are the 5 best new game updates for Halloween. Terrifying!

3. I've collected up 11 videos of gamers almost soiling themselves playing Eyes - The Horror Game.

4. Drift'N'Drive is a whipsmart, super fast top-down racer, with some brilliant multiplayer stuff thrown in for good measure.

5. Cooking Fever's new Breakfast Cafe update includes the English Breakfast. Hooray for British cuisine!

AppSpy Recommends

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After the amount we've been talking about it, I don't think any other game from this week could possibly have been chosen for our AppSpy Recommends section, do you?

Though we're yet to deliver our final verdict on Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf in a review, from everything we've played and seen so far, and we've played and seen a whole bunch, we're really enjoying this accessible yet deep turn-based strategy set in the legendary Games Workshop universe.

More on Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf: AppSpy stream / A gruesome GIF / Android Rundown news

How we're spending our weekends

Peter: Dia de los Muertos party Friday, fancypants restaurant Saturday, comic books Sunday, Lumo Deliveries throughout.

James: Recovering.

Danny: Oui, récupération.

We are Steel

This week at Pocket Gamer you'll find out why Plague Inc got a download boost and how a game about drugs got around Apple's censors. Plus: the best features in Android Lollipop, the scariest games on mobile, and this week's essential iOS and Android games.

148Apps this week explored the mysteries of Toca Boo for kids, retried Retry about 10,000 times, and took Agents of Storm out for a spin.