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RPG Reload File 083

RPG Reload File 083

Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload, the weekly feature where we regularly engage in medieval dumpster diving. Each week, we take a look at an RPG from the murky mists of the App Store’s past to see how it stands in the judgmental light of the modern day. It’s equal parts reflection, reminiscing, and diving deeper than[Read More…]

by June 17, 2016 0 comments IOS

‘Disco Dave’ is a Groovy Bouncing High Score Chaser That You Can Beta Test

Amused Sloth, who made the solid Asgard Run [Free] circular endless runner, are about to deliver an interesting little voxel-graphics high-score chaser called Disco Dave. The gameplay will have you bouncing up in the air as a bell-bottoms-wearing, afro-sporting, dudde named Dave. You swipe to move while in the air, and you need to not touch the same color that[Read More…]

by June 17, 2016 0 comments IOS
Apple seems to be testing dark mode in iOS 10

Apple seems to be testing dark mode in iOS 10

(Screenshots: ZDNet) Developer Andrew Wiik tweeted screen grabs of what appears to be a Dark Mode within the first beta of iOS 10. The complete Dark Mode wasn’t running on a mobile device, but rather an iOS 10 instance within Xcode. We found it on by default within the alarm app. Dark mode was previously rumored for iOS 10, but[Read More…]

by June 17, 2016 0 comments IOS
‘Warbits’ 1.1 Update Adds New Multiplayer Tags and Maps, Player Timeouts, and More

‘Warbits’ 1.1 Update Adds New Multiplayer Tags and Maps, Player Timeouts, and More

You know Warbits [$3.99] is good when our very own Carter breaks his allegiance with 3.5 stars and gives it 4.5. The Advance War “inspired” wargame continues to be fun both in single player and multiplayer, and the latest update should make it even more fun. Update 1.1 will do wonders for your multiplayer gaming as it adds new official[Read More…]

by June 16, 2016 0 comments IOS

E3 2016: ‘Dragon Raja’ is an Impressive-Looking Hack ‘n Slash RPG that’s Popular in Asian and Heading West

Locojoy Games is one of the top mobile game developers in China, and they’re partnering up with US-based Narvalous to bring one of their more popular games, the action RPG Dragon Raja, to the North American market. During E3 we were able to play a brief demo of Dragon Raja, and while it certainly treads familiar territory in the action[Read More…]

by June 16, 2016 0 comments IOS

E3 2016: Hands-On with Frantic Space Shooter ‘Galak-Z: Variant Mobile’

Galak-Z: Variant Mobile, the mobile-centric version of the popular space shooter Galak-Z: The Dimensional on PlayStation 4 and desktop, was announced nearly a year ago in August of 2015, and it finally looks like it’s just about ready for release. I absolutely fell in love with the trailers for the console version when it launched, and was excited that the[Read More…]

by June 16, 2016 0 comments IOS

E3 2016: We Just Played ‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ on an iPad

We’ve been closely following Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls: Legends for quite a while now, as more than a few of us at TouchArcade Towers are massive fans of collectable card games. We got to spend a little bit of time today with the game running on an iPad, and while we weren’t able to record any video, you really don’t[Read More…]

by June 16, 2016 0 comments IOS

E3 2016: Grumpyface’s ‘Teeny Titans’ Is Looking Rad as Hell

If you’re reading TouchArcade and haven’t played at least one of the games from Grumpyface Studios, we should probably send some scientists to study you because that’s just crazy. They consistently make games that are not only fun to play, but the animations are amazing. My personal favorite of theirs is Bring Me Sandwiches [Free], but you can’t go wrong[Read More…]

by June 16, 2016 0 comments IOS

New Games on Our Forums: ‘Adventure Company’, ‘Dawnbringer’, ‘Paranormal Minis’ and Much More

While everyone is hopefully having a great National Lobster Day, Jared and I are wandering around E3 where anything to do with VR definitely seems to be the flavor of the week. Since massive E3 announcements are dominating the news cycle this week, it doesn’t seem like that many iOS games have hit the App Store, but there’s still more[Read More…]

by June 15, 2016 0 comments IOS
‘NinjAwesome’ by GameResort Sneaks onto the App Store on June 22nd

‘NinjAwesome’ by GameResort Sneaks onto the App Store on June 22nd

As such App Store classics as Fruit Ninja [$1.99] and 1-Bit Ninja [$2.99] have proven, having any sort of reference to ninjas in a game is almost always awesome. GameResort, the makers of App Store Best of 2014 nominee Adventure Beaks [Free] – which we loved in our review – are well aware of this trope in NinjAwesome, their upcoming[Read More…]

by June 15, 2016 0 comments IOS