Dedicated gaming machines got the most attention at last week’s E3 show in Los Angeles, but there was still plenty of promising content shown for iOS and Mac. Here are the top 20 games we encountered that are on their way to Apple devices. (And if you need your gaming fix now, check out our lists of the best Mac games, best iPad games, and best iPhone games.)
Well, have we all cooled down since WWDC? Good. Sure, little bits of info keep on trickling in of this discovery inside the code of iOS 8's beta or in Yosemite's plist files, but for now we're firmly focused on new hardware - - until some new beta is released with lots of new goodies to dig into. For now, we've got some good news, some weird news, and some improvements all around, so let's get newsing.
It can be difficult to pick out the cream of the crop amidst the barrage of new iPhone and iPad games, but we’ve got you covered with our weekly look at the most notable new releases. Celebrated adventure Broken Age and mesmerizing word game LEX are highlights this week, plus there’s an odd new Angry Birds in the mix. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
It can be difficult to pick out the cream of the crop amidst the barrage of new iPhone and iPad games, but we’ve got you covered with our weekly look at the most notable new releases. Jousting simulation Rival Knights and slick space shooter Sky Force 2014 are big standouts this week, along with notable updates to a couple of old favorites. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
We’ve got a great variety of intriguing-looking releases in the mix this week, including an iPad port of acclaimed indie platformer Thomas Was Alone, the colorful tower defense affair Demons vs Fairyland, and the very attractive Table Tennis Touch. Give these new releases a good look, and then check back next Thursday for an all-new list of notable games to consider.
May the Fourth has already come and gone, but if you're a fellow Star Wars fan, is there ever really a bad time to indulge in games paying homage to that galaxy far, far away? That's right: the correct answer is no! The good news is there are offerings aplenty to satiate your Star Wars game cravings right at your fingertips. Whether you're into pinball and pew-pew or epic quests and resource management, we promise you'll find something to suit your needs in this rundown of the best Star Wars games the App Store has to offer.
With the exception of a puny patent battle award, the news is all good for Apple this week. So if you missed any of the goodness, check out these stories from this week's harvest of Apple stories. While you're at it, you can check out Mother's Day gallery of apps to help make sure you give mom a treat this weekend.
Some great-looking games are on tap this week, notably Record Run from Rock Band creator Harmonix and the offbeat action-puzzler Kiwanuka, plus we’re curious to see how freemium licensed titles MLB Perfect Inning and SoulCalibur Unbreakable Soul stack up. Give these new releases a good look, and then check back next Thursday for an all-new list of notable games to consider.
There are plenty of cute platform games available for iOS, but Leo’s Fortune is a lot more than a typical platformer. For starters, the game looks absolutely gorgeous; despite being developed by a small team, the game boasts some of the most impressive 2D visuals we’ve ever seen. The environments look so lush, vibrant, and detailed they could arguably be called photorealistic, but reality rarely ever looks this good. Better yet, Leo’s Fortune offers top-notch gameplay to back up its impressive appearance.
An interactive take on Star Wars, dubstep-drenched shooter Intake, quirky adventure Botanicula, and classic board game port Talisman are the heavier hitters in a busy week for new iOS game debuts — and if you’ve been waiting for the second episode of Republique, it’s available for sale now within the app. Give these new releases a good look and then check back next Thursday for an all-new list of notable games to consider.