As we reported last week, Kairosoft, the makers of some of the most deviously addictive simulation games on iOS, have released their latest epic. It's called Mega Mall Story and we can't wait to get our hands on it.
The unique new tower defense title, Zombie Gunship, has reportedly gone universal in a new update that hits today. Now you can get an even better look at the action as you splatter zombie guts from on high.
The makers of the insanely addictive Game Dev Story and the equally solid Hot Springs Story are back with another release. This time the theme will revolve around creating an enormous mall for consumers to roam.
Forget red state or blue state, a new digital Mason-Dixon line is forming. A just released map breaks down smartphone preference by state, and the "new data establishes an evolving narrative of a North vs. South divide in the ongoing battle of the two top mobile operating systems."
Attention Gleeks! Today you'll have the opportunity to take your Glee fandom to an all-new level. The makers of the ultra-popular iOS series Tap Tap Revenge have announced they've released a new installment: Tap Tap Glee.
After a long journey, the iOS port of the classic PlayStation strategy RPG Final Fantasy Tactics is finally ready for public consumption. The only problem is that you might wince when you see its price tag.
Steve Uy established himself well in the comic book industry over the last decade, illustrating covers for Marvel's Uncanny X-Men and Iceman, along with DC's JSA Classified and other books, as well as providing full artwork for several issues of Marvel's Avengers: The Initiative. He also put out two of his own self-created mini-series: Feather, released in 2003 by Image Comics, and Jova's Harvest, which followed in 2005 from Arcana Studios.
Normally we would probably vigorously ignore a game called Spy Mouse on the App Store, but when it comes from a development studio like Firemint that sort of changes everything. Their two previous series have been some of the most successful in the App Store's history.
Plenty of games come and go that quench the desire to be a deep space pilot who blows up aliens by the dozens. However, very few have ever tried to simulate the day-to-day operations of the ship. So if you're tired of merely blowing up aliens, and want to experience some Picard-esque politics and intrigue you need to check out Star Command.