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What are the 5 best mobile puzzle games?

Feature By Himanshu Cheeta, 2 days, 12 hours ago
What are the 5 best mobile puzzle games?

Updated 25th November 2021. Original post by Emily Sowden, updated by Himanshu Cheeta Sometimes you don't want to shoot people in the face. Or punch people in the face. Or do anything mean to anyone's face. And at times like that you need a puzzle games. But with so many on the App Store it's sometimes hard to figure out which one is best for you. But don't you worry little one, because that's where this list comes in. We've picked the five very best iPhone and iPad puzzlers that you can download now. We've given you links, we've given you videos, we've given you everything you need to make an informed decision. After all, when it comes to games that tax your brain power, making an inform…

The best mobile multiplayer games to play with your friends

Feature By Himanshu Cheeta, 2 days, 13 hours ago
The best mobile multiplayer games to play with your friends

Updated 25th November 2021. Original post by Harry Slater, updated by Himanshu Cheeta Games have started becoming an integral part of people's lives as they provide a perfect platform for friends to bond. There are a lot of multiplayer games from various genres that can be enjoyed on your phone, including co-op and PvP games. So here's a list of the 5 best multiplayer games that you can enjoy with friends and family. 1. Among Us Most of you probably already know about Among Us, which was one of the best and most exciting multiplayer mobile games in 2020, but players still love it quite a bit today. What happens in the game is that many players are present in a lobby waiting to be assigned…

5 best free-to-play cooking games for mobile

Feature By Himanshu Cheeta, 1 month, 1 week ago
5 best free-to-play cooking games for mobile

Updated 20th October 2021. Original post by Emily Sowden, updated by Himanshu Cheeta Games from the cooking genre are a great way to pass the time, but only a few really allow you to cook. Instead, most have aspects of arcade, simulation, puzzle, and strategy. Most of the successful games in this category focus on managing restaurants, preparing meals, and serving guests. You strive to strike a balance between the quality of the meal, customer happiness, and profit margins. They may be rather peaceful, and the majority of cooking games can be played for quite some time. In any case, we believe this list has a good variety. Here are our top 5 of the greatest cooking games on mobile that you…

These are the top 5 mobile games like Diablo for iOS

Feature By Himanshu Cheeta, 1 month, 1 week ago
These are the top 5 mobile games like Diablo for iOS

Updated 15th October 2021. Original post by Emily Sowden, updated by Himanshu Cheeta Diablo is one of the most successful, popular, and beloved gaming franchises in the world. It made its debut in 1996, and its two successors defined the huge hack-and-slash action RPG genre that exists today. Diablo is known for its story-driven campaign, fast-paced combat, several class options, and deep skill trees. Unfortunately, we are still waiting for its official entry with 'Diablo Immortal' on mobile. So, we decided to make a list of the best games already available to play on mobile. So, in the meantime, enjoy our list of best Diablo-like games available on iOS. 1. ETERNIUM Similar to Diablo III…

Iron Order 1919 - Altered History Strategy Game review

Feature By Himanshu Cheeta, 3 months, 1 week ago
Iron Order 1919 - Altered History Strategy Game review

In a world of brewing conspiracies and strategies, Bytro Labs have once again come up with something that simulates all of that into a mobile simulation platform through Iron Order 1919. It is a realistic augmentation of the world war with deadly new generation technologies. As the great war continues, nations are getting trapped in fierce fights of dominance. This game simulates the realistic possibilities of mechanical warfare and its potential of turning into a real nightmare. Gameplay Iron Order 1919 - Altered History Strategy Game is a mix of several genres like Strategy, War, RPG, and Competitive Multiplayer. For now, the game is in early access. It has a massive multiplayer base tha…

Clash Royale - The best decks you can play right now

Feature By AppSpy Staff, 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Clash Royale - The best decks you can play right now

Updated: Post by Sergio Velasquez It’s almost the end of the season, and you know what that means; it’s time to use your best deck to try to reach a new personal best on ladder. Of course, that’s easier said than done. In games such as Clash Royale, which has over 100 cards for you to choose from, choosing the best deck for you can be tough. The great news is, you don’t have to create your deck or anything. Whether they’re professional Clash Royale players or really good at the game, the best in the world have built the best decks in the current balance changes. If you want to be the best in the world, try using these decks and reach a new league before Super…

Apple Arcade updates: EarthNight, Lifeslide, Super Mega Mini Party, Super Impossible Road, and more

Feature By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 4 months ago
Apple Arcade updates: EarthNight, Lifeslide, Super Mega Mini Party, Super Impossible Road, and more

The surprise release of Necrobarista might have been the headline-grabbing announcement for Apple Arcade this week, but did you know that several of the service's older games also received updates? If you didn't, here's a handy rundown of everything else new to Apple Arcade. EarthNight The super-stylish EarthNight, which you should know is set in a hand-painted dragon apocalypse, was updated with a costume shelf featuring 45 unlockable outfits. Now you can easily customise your character, making them look cooler than ever as they run and jump through the game's striking world. Lifeslide Lifeslide now boasts a zen mode for those looking to fly paper planes without having to fret over ti…

Apple Arcade's Sneaky Sasquatch, Legend of the Skyfish 2, Manifold Garden, and more get fresh updates

Feature By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 4 months ago
Apple Arcade's Sneaky Sasquatch, Legend of the Skyfish 2, Manifold Garden, and more get fresh updates

Apple Arcade's latest batch of updates has now arrived, introducing plenty of fresh content to several of its pre-existing games. While there was no new release this week, it's always nice to see some of the service's better titles being updated regularly with new, often high-quality content. So here's a full rundown of the latest additions. Sneaky Sasquatch I never could have guessed that the delightfully silly Sneaky Sasquatch would turn out to be one of Apple Arcade's most popular games, but thanks to regular updates from developer RAC7, that's exactly what's happened. Its most recent update opens up the town hall and allows you to gain a taxi license to start driving unsuspecting NPCs…

Apple Arcade is starting to kick into gear after a slow start to 2020

Feature By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 7 months ago
Apple Arcade is starting to kick into gear after a slow start to 2020

Apple Arcade, the tech giant's mobile game subscription service, has been a weird one so far. It had an incredibly strong run for the first couple months of its release, with many of 2019's best games arriving as part of the service, but then the rate of new games slowed down and those that did launch weren't especially strong. To be clear, this was always going to happen – there was never any way that Apple could keep that first-month momentum going forever. It's been pointed out before by our sister site PocketGamer.biz that Apple's surprise approach to launching its games can exacerbate the issue of its sporadic release schedule. I feel the same way and would far prefer more tra…

Ten great games you might have missed in 2019 (part 2)

Feature By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 11 months ago
Ten great games you might have missed in 2019 (part 2)

This here is part 2 of our "ten great games you might have missed in 2019" feature. Here's part 1 in case you missed it. Astrologaster Astrologaster is among the most unique and surprisingly funny games of 2019. It tells the tale of real-life occultist Simon Foreman, who attempted to diagnose and cure old-timey London residents of their various ailments using astrology. Its choice-based gameplay is simple and fun, but it's the writing and voice acting that makes Astrologaster an easy recommendation. Knights and Slimes Knight and Slimes is a smart roguelike platformer which takes the humble slime and turns it into one of the best video game enemies of the year. Hitting a slime with your…

Ten great games you might have missed in 2019 (part 1)

Feature By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 11 months ago
Ten great games you might have missed in 2019 (part 1)

With everyone and their gran now putting out GOTY lists, I think it's a great time to shine a spotlight on some titles that many might have missed during what was a terrific year for mobile gaming. This here is the first of two parts.  Ordia Ordia, the "one-finger flinger", is pretty much the best platformer I've played on mobile all year. It's accessible, challenging when it needs to be, incredibly moreish, and polished to a shine. Here's a brief description I wrote earlier in the year: "As a one-eyed ball of goo, you’ll start out by launching yourself from the bubbling primordial ooze to the endless caverns above. The goal is to continue working your way forever upwards, hop…

Developers we’d love to see on Playdate: Part 8

Feature By Cameron Bald, 2 years, 4 months ago
Developers we’d love to see on Playdate: Part 8

On now to the 8th and final part of our list of developers we’d love to see on Panic’s upcoming Playdate console. For this entry, we’ve gone for an indie studio that only recently rose to popularity and a renowned solo developer known for his fleshy designs and hardcore gameplay. Askiisoft Although Katana ZERO wasn’t Askiisoft’s first game, that would be 2009’s Tower of Heaven, it’s fair to say the assassin-starring action platformer was the one that put the team on the map. It’s a hyper-violent, 80s enthused mystery that draws plenty of inspiration from the Hotline Miami games. Though, despite wearing its influences on its sleeve, Katana gr…

Developers we’d love to see on Playdate: Part 7

Feature By Cameron Bald, 2 years, 4 months ago
Developers we’d love to see on Playdate: Part 7

Here we are now on the 7th part of our ever-expanding list of developers we’d love to see on Panic’s Playdate. Along the way, we’ve suggested the likes of SWERY65, Twinbeard Studios, thatgamecompany, and Scott Cawthon. We’re back on the indie devs again, though these two and their work almost couldn’t be more different. Hello Games It’s well known by now that Hello Games has spent years turning No Man’s Sky around and working hard to regain the trust of those who felt burnt by its state at launch. But I’d ask you to cast your mind back further to when Hello Games was known simply as the up-and-coming indie studio behind the delightful Joe Dan…

App Store picks what I play: Calculator 2: The Game

Feature By Cameron Bald, 2 years, 4 months ago
App Store picks what I play: Calculator 2: The Game

This week, I’ve decided to let the App Store and Google Play recommendation algorithms decide what I’ll be playing. As with any recommendation algorithm, the logic behind every one of these picks is entirely flawless. Calculator 2: The Game, the sequel to Calculator: The Game, a game I’d never played or ever really heard of prior to now, was my first recommendation. Already the algorithm is killing it, suggesting for me –a man without a proper maths qualification – a game all about messing with numbers and stuff. I load it up and am put into a tutorial with a very smiley-faced rectangle. They go through the basics, offering me two responses to every hint &nd…

Developers we’d love to see on Playdate: Part 6

Feature By Cameron Bald, 2 years, 5 months ago
Developers we’d love to see on Playdate: Part 6

For the 6th entry in our list of developers we’d love to see on Panic’s Playdate, we’ve veered sharply into horror territory with two very different developers. So far, we’ve listed the likes of Swery 65, thatgamecompany, Platinum Games, and Asymmetric. Playdead Best known for its striking environmental designs, unparalleled attention to detail, and grim worlds, the Danish Playdead is one of the most renowned indie developers of all time, despite having only put out 2 games. It certainly helps that those games are Limbo and Inside, two extremely confident, authored puzzlers. Both games’ allegorical underpinnings continue to draw the ire of those who would tak…