“We want you to feel like a kid going to a magical theme park,” says ThatGameCompany’s Jenova Chen in IGN’s new gameplay video of his latest game, Sky. Coming first to iOS, the “global social adventure experience” is giving off serious Journey vibes.
Steph and Ayesha Curry are starring in their own cooking game for mobile. It’s not much fun to play, but oh boy do I love listening to Steph Curry’s not-very-good voice work.
Updating your iDevice to the latest version of iOS gets you the newest features and the best security protection, but it can also bring with it a slew of bugs and issues. Since its release, iOS 11 has caused myriad problems, so here’s an easy reference guide to some of the issues you might be seeing and what you can…
In May, Nicci Kay and her wife moved 25 miles south to the port city of Tacoma, Washington where, in time, they planned to overtake the Resistance’s hold on the area. Kay is an Ingress player, an agent in a great and invisible cyberwar over territory that spans the globe, involving two factions: the Resistance and the…
In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp you can just be brown. The first time you could select your skintone was in the spin off, Happy Home Designer, and it’s coming back for the upcoming mobile game. No Mii Masks, no tanning—you can just be brown. Thank god.
One wouldn’t imagine the frantic slicing action of Halfbrick Studios’ breakout mobile hit Fruit Ninja would translate well in the tabletop gaming space. Well surprise: In just under four hours, Lucky Duck Games has successfully raised $10,500 to create not one but three different physical Fruit Ninja games.
Game developers have been trying to figure out how to paddle their way through pirate-infested waters for decades. DRM, “glitches” designed to thwart pirates, and more DRM have done little to stem the tide. Seeing this, a handful of developers took less combative approaches, putting their games on sites like the…
“Nothing lasts forever,” my mother told me when I was a child. “Not even 2K’s library of games—a few of which are pretty solid—on the App Store.
If ever there was an entertainment property ripe to be transformed into a Game of War-style mobile multiplayer strategy game, it’s Game of Thrones. It looks like Warner Bros. and Turbine have finally gathered enough clip art to make Game of Thrones: Conquest happen.
Dress up games, while a fun diversion, are ubiquitous on mobile devices. Love Nikki is one of those games, but it’s much weirder and much denser than you’d probably expect.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a gift from the heavens to the game of football, has a new video game out. And there’s not a blade of green grass in sight.
When black markets develop on the sidelines of most massively multiplayer online role-playing games, most developers would panic. But with today’s rise of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, a growing group of game-makers are embracing some gamers’ tendency to turn in-game currency into real-world money.
After scrapping card-based strategy game Titanfall: Frontline and starting from scratch, Respawn and Vince Zampella’s mobile studio Particle City finally have a mobile mech combat game on their hands in the form of Titanfall: Assault, available today on iOS and Android.
Darkest Dungeon is coming to iPad August 24th. If you own the game on PC, Mac, or Linux, the developers say you’ll be able to use Dropbox to transfer your save, which is awesome news.
Neo Scavenger doesn’t look like much. In a world of visually beautiful, sprawling survival sims like The Long Dark and Ark, it hardly stands out. But it’s one of the best survival game out there, and now you can play it on mobile.
Giphy, the popular GIF-making and sharing platform, launched a new web tool today that allows you to make GIFs right from your phone’s camera—no app download required.
Legendaries are typically the most powerful monsters in the compendium, so getting one this weekend is likely going to be tough. Fortunately, players are already figuring out the most efficient counters to all the possibilities.
8Bitdo’s small, portable control pads are perfect for those times when...look, let’s be real, for when you’re playing emulated Nintendo games on a mobile device.
PlayStation series Hot Shots Golf now has a mobile phone game called Mingoru: Everybody’s Golf. So far, it’s only out in Japan, and there’s no word if it’ll see an international release.
Oh, you thought Threes was just an endless little time-waster for subway rides and long lines? Turns out you can actually beat the game, a feat accomplished for the first time a mere three years and four months after Threes was first released.