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Marvel Contest of Champions adds Fantastic 4's Silver Surfer

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 1 month ago
Marvel Contest of Champions adds Fantastic 4's Silver Surfer

Marvel Contest of Champions now boasts one of the largest rosters of Marvel heroes and villains in any game to date. The latest character set to join the collectable brawler is the Silver Surfer. Developer Kabam recently put out an extended cinematic trailer to celebrate the game's 5th anniversary. Turns out the game has done really rather well over this last year, which also happens to have been the year of the Fantastic 4. And so I suppose it was only a matter of time before one of the 4's greatest villains showed up. Silver Surfer's lack of patience will be justified. pic.twitter.com/mlpSGFoJiZ — MarvelChampions (@MarvelChampions) December 12, 2019 In order to save his home…

Marvel Contest of Champions celebrates its 5th anniversary in style with a cinematic trailer that hints at the game's future

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 1 month ago
Marvel Contest of Champions celebrates its 5th anniversary in style with a cinematic trailer that hints at the game's future

Marvel Contest of Champions is celebrating its 5th anniversary in style with a neat cinematic trailer that hints at the future of the game's world and extensive roster of Marvel characters. Contest of Champions launched all the way back in 2014, and since then it's gone from strength to strength. It's now totalled over 2.8 billion hours of play time from over 215 million summoners, with a whopping 70 billion completed fights in total. What's especially impressive is that around 0.8 billion hours of that play time and 31 billion completed fights come from this last year alone. 25 new champions have been added in 2019, bringing the game's total up to an impressive 160 characters. Contest…

Metacritic's top 50 games of the decade is disappointingly light on mobile games

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 1 month ago
Metacritic's top 50 games of the decade is disappointingly light on mobile games

Metacritic, everyone's favourite film, games, and music aggregator, has now released its top 50 highest-rated games of the decade. Truth be told, there are very few surprises here, though what stands out to me is the complete lack of mobile games. Sure, Journey (number 40) and Inside (number 28) eventually got ported over, but there's not a single entry here that originated from iOS or Android.  Even indie darlings like Monument Valley (Metascore of 89), Florence (Metascore of 82), and The Room (Metascore of 89) don't come particularly close to hitting the 91+ Metascore required to feature here. The thing is that there are mobile games from the past decade with a score that's more than…

Run the Beat is a musical platformer that'll test your rhythm and reflexes that's available for iOS and Android

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 year, 1 month ago
Run the Beat is a musical platformer that'll test your rhythm and reflexes that's available for iOS and Android

Run the Beat is a rhythm-based action platformer that aims to test your timing and reflexes in a music-focused fashion. It's available now for both iOS and Android. The developer Mousetrap Games has already seen some success for Run the Beat, having won the Big Indie Pitch at White Berlin Nights this year. It was praised for both its hand-drawn art style and rhythm-based mechanics. The gameplay itself will see the main character Noty jumping, rolling and swiping his way through very obstacles in time to music on his journey to reclaim his stolen headphones that a wizard took. Various indicators of different colours appear on the screen and you'll have to tap the corresponding action at t…

Intense FPS Red Dot soft-launches for Android on Google Play

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 2 months ago
Intense FPS Red Dot soft-launches for Android on Google Play

Developer OnFace's Red Dot looks like a fairly standard FPS, with a collection of familiar modes from other games in the genre. There's your usual no-thrills Team Death Match, but Red Dot also offers a single-player sniper mode, which reminds me of something like Hitman: Sniper. Maps here range from cities to shipyards to warehouses. Again, very typical military FPS fare. At launch, there are over 50 weapons to collect, which seems like an awful lot. There are assault rifles, snipers, SMGs, heavy MGs, shotguns, pistols, and knives in the mix. You'll be able to customise your arsenal with upgrades and unlockable skins. There are also 5 characters to select from, all boasting their own uni…

The latest update for Brown Dust features some devilish additions

Preferred By Luke Frater, 1 year, 2 months ago
The latest update for Brown Dust features some devilish additions

Last month was already a bumper time for new content in Brown Dust, the popular strategy RPG and gacha game. Two new Mercenaries and their Companions were introduced, a Halloween make-over was added, and there was a collaboration which saw the characters from a popular anime join the fray. Still, the devil makes work for idle thumbs. Publisher Neowiz is currently staging a new event – one which every Brown Dust player will want to take part in. With the latest update, Brown Dust’s ‘Run Seir Run’ event has now ended and ‘Jump-start Quest’ will take its place. Every day for seven days, new missions will be unlocked. Complete all the missions for the day t…

Multiplayer beta test for Mario Kart Tour is exclusive to Gold Pass subscribers

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 2 months ago
Multiplayer beta test for Mario Kart Tour is exclusive to Gold Pass subscribers

Since launch, the absence of multiplayer in Mario Kart Tour has been more than a little perplexing. We kinda always knew it was coming, but for an MK game to launch with such an integral feature missing was still enough to draw the ire of certain fans. Now, however, Nintendo has announced over on Twitter that the game will be getting a multiplayer beta in December. The only problem? It's exclusive to Gold Pass subscribers… A real-time multiplayer beta test is planned for December and will be available to #MarioKartTour Gold Pass subscribers.Stay tuned here for more details coming soon. pic.twitter.com/xNIdJE44cI — Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) November 1, 2019 Yeah,…

Fans of Sierra 7 can now play it on their mobiles

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 year, 2 months ago
Fans of Sierra 7 can now play it on their mobiles

Sierra 7 is a tactical on-rails shooter that has its roots in Flash games of years gone by. The original was released in 2011 where it has since been played over 40 million times. Now it's been overhauled for both iOS and Android where it is available to play for free. It's not just its previous life as a browser-game where Sierra 7 has received a few plaudits either. In May of this year, it was the winner of the Big Indie Pitch at Pocket Gamer Connects Seattle. Its distinctive, minimalist art direction and intense gunplay have earned it a lot of praise. You play as a military operator and will handle the aiming, shooting and tactically ducking into cover, whilst moving between areas is…

Forgotten Memories, the classic Silent Hill-inspired horror game, has finally arrived on Android

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 2 months ago
Forgotten Memories, the classic Silent Hill-inspired horror game, has finally arrived on Android

Psychose Interactive's Silent Hill-inspired horror game Forgotten Memories has finally made its way to Android over four years after launching for iOS. It harkens back to classics of the genre with its mix of tricky puzzling, brutal combat, and psychological scares. The game sees you assume the role of a young woman investigating the disappearance of a child. Rose, the lead, wakes up in a weird place filled with mannequins and a definite air of something being amiss. As she continues to explore, she finds herself embroiled in a 'never-ending tragedy'. This latest version apparently boasts some improvements over the iOS original, though I'm still not sure what they are or how extensive th…

SIMULACRA 2 is an unsettling 'found phone' horror game for iOS and Android

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 2 months ago
SIMULACRA 2 is an unsettling 'found phone' horror game for iOS and Android

SIMULACRA 2, Kaigan Games' immersive narrative thriller, is an inventive and discomforting game all about investigating the mysterious death of a young influencer. It uses a phone interface to tell its grisly take, putting you directly into the experience as an investigative journalist. The victim's death has been ruled an accident, but that isn't fooling Detective Murilo. As part of his investigation, he enlists your help to solve the case, and you'll do so by exploring the victim's phone, navigating familiar apps and Maya's messages, videos, and social media to find clues. When it comes time to do so, you can conduct interviews with suspects and witnesses in order to check stories and ca…

Build your own fairy-tale tower in new card game Theme Solitaire

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 year, 3 months ago
Build your own fairy-tale tower in new card game Theme Solitaire

Modern mobile gaming isn’t all about huge multiplayer competitions and dazzling pyrotechnics. There’s plenty of room for family-friendly, casual solo gaming – which is where games like Theme Solitaire shine.This new release from indie developer Buff Studio Co. is a fun twist on tri-peaks solitaire. As you play cards, you’ll gather resources – from furnishings to folkloric characters – everything you need to build, customise and populate your fantasy tower. Beyond the countless collectibles, there are mini games, bonus rounds and more to keep things lively. Throughout Theme Solitaire, you’ll encounter familiar figures from children’s stories,…

Collect new heroes in the Hello Hero All Stars October update

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 1 year, 3 months ago
Collect new heroes in the Hello Hero All Stars October update

Hello Hero All Stars is the latest in the successful Hello Hero series of games from Fincon. Released in June 2019, this hero-collecting RPG is an idle game designed to let you sit back and enjoy the show, or let your characters progress whilst you’re busy elsewhere. This October, Hello Hero All Stars’ developers have released a fresh update with plenty of extra content. First on the cards is a new planet to explore: Cucubita. The world unlocks once you’ve crossed the 50,000-kilometre milestone on Armon, and is home to plenty of baddies for your squad to take on — including some brand new bosses. Also trapped on Cucubita are a host of new heroes to rescue (collect)…

Gorgeous dungeon crawler MONOLISK launches October 15th

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 3 months ago
Gorgeous dungeon crawler MONOLISK launches October 15th

Developer Trickster Arts’ MONOLISK is perhaps best described as a ‘fantasy mobile ARPG, CCG and dungeon builder in a single package’. It’s also really darn nice to look at, boasting a striking art style that I can’t say reminds me of much else out there. The game’s headed for a global release on October 15 on both iOS and Android, and you can pre-register now ahead of launch. At its core, MONOLISK sounds like the dungeon crawlers of yore, mixing hack ‘n’ slash combat with some basic exploration. You’ll collect various equipment, ability, and creature cards in order to work your way through the many tricky dungeons. There are 5 heroe…

Google Play Pass launches this week with 350+ games and apps

News By Cameron Bald, 1 year, 3 months ago
Google Play Pass launches this week with 350+ games and apps

Google Play Pass, the tech giant's crack at an Apple Arcade-style subscription service, is set to launch this week in the US with 350+ games and apps. Just like Apple Arcade, it’ll be priced at $4.99 a month, but early adopters can get a year’s worth of the service for $1.99 a month. Disappointingly, it's looking like Google has no real exclusives to kickstart the service, unlike Apple Arcade which released last week with one of the best launch line-ups in video game history. Some of the highlights include Stardew Valley, Terraria, Limbo, KOTOR, Old Man’s Journey, and Bridge Constructor Portal. As you’d expect, the games and apps featured on Play Pass won’t…

Saint Seiya Awakening: Knights of the Zodiac is now available worldwide on Android and iOS

Preferred By Luke Frater, 1 year, 4 months ago
Saint Seiya Awakening: Knights of the Zodiac is now available worldwide on Android and iOS

Saint Seiya Awakening: Knights of the Zodiac has already topped several top-grossing charts across Asia – and it’s no surprise why. This mobile RPG is inspired by the wildly popular manga from the 1980s, Saint Seiya, which has developed into a franchise of television programmes, films, video games, merchandise and more. Now, with this new mobile game’s wider release, everybody can join the fun.  Saint Seiya Awakening: Knights of the Zodiac stays true to the most popular elements of the manga, and features many of the series’ most popular characters. You play as one of Athena’s Saints, the warriors in charge of keeping the goddess safe. Easier said than d…