It’s never a dull week on the AppStore as there are always a handful of games that give everyone something to like. HeavenStrike Rivals, for example, is a mobile RPG fan’s dream and features an impressive battle system and lovable characters, whereas Overkill 3 is a visually impressive, fast-paced shooter. Likewise, Okay? and Rotate — Zen Journey are brain-stimulating puzzlers with plenty of charm. And for the musically-inclined, BeatDefense and Eat Beat: Dead Spike-san will have you jamming. Enjoy!
It definitely looks like Monday’s holiday didn’t deter the AppStore from delivering another colorful and diverse batch of games this week. Take part of a zombie invasion spanning the globe in World Zombination or go on a relaxing ski run in Altos’ Adventure. If puzzles are more your style, iO and Switch & Drop are right up your alley. Or you could always just make some new furry friends in Happy Pet Story too. Take a look!
Each week the AppStore keeps surprising us with a bigger selection of new games than before, and this week is no exception. Fight fires and rescue civilians in Mighty Switch Force! Hose it Down! or liberate London from a psychopath in Tempo. If scoring is more your game, have some fun with Dig2China! and Run Bird Run. And if love is on your mind this Valentine’s Day, Staying Together will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Last week gave us a plethora of awesome games, and things aren’t letting up yet with titles like Game of Thrones: Episode 2, Transformers: Battle Tactics, and Evoland hitting the AppStore. Challenge yourself with the deceptively simple charms of The Hardest Flight and Sinking Feeling or relax with the interactive comic book appeal of The Detail. Want to save some piggies? Ammo Pigs is for you. Have a look.
Many of us saw lots of snow this past week, and it appears the weather also triggered an avalanche from the AppStore. This week’s batch of games features the iOS version of Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy as well as the first chapter in the episodic Sons of Anarchy: The Prospect. And you’ll definitely keep warm with puzzlers like Destructamundo and Yet it Moves. Just don’t forget to shovel the walkway in between gaming sessions.
It's quarterly report day at Apple, which means it's time once again for us to drop our jaws at the record amounts of cash Apple is raking in. (And while they were at it, they dropped some info on the Apple Watch's release date!) If you're still bummed out about some lingering bugs in iOS, never fear — there's a patch for that.
The games of 2015 continue to quickly roll in, and this week we’ve brought together another selection of great titles worth checking out. Familiar favorites like Dragon Quest V and The Lego Movie Video Game bring their fun to the App Store, while new titles like Hook and Skyward will keep your brain engaged. Oh, and if you like making money, Moneygrabber! is definitely for you.
Super Bowl XLIX (featuring the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots) is just under two weeks away, and you can watch the whole thing for free if you have an iPad or an iPod touch. On the development front, Apple just won a new patent that should fix a common problem associated with screen navigation based on eye movement.
Apple may be planning to enhance the capabilities of Touch ID for additional security, according to a patent recently published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The patent itself was created by Dale R. Setlak, co-founder of AuthenTec, the company Apple acquired for $356 million back in 2012 to help create Touch ID itself.