PikPok’s latest Flick Kick game offers the most complete and varied experience in the series so far, with the whole gamut of basic on-field soccer situations backed by team building, a curious tale of revenge, and a multi-division league structure. But you’ll have to battle through a barrage of ads or pony up some cash to make the most of Flick Kick Football Legends’ solid gameplay.
We’ve got a great variety of standout options this week, ranging from Disney’s updated platform classic Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse to Flick Kick Football Legends and an endless runner based on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. And if you’re looking for a point-and-click adventure game starring a New York City rabbi, then The Shivah: Kosher Edition is certainly for you. But if not, we’ve got other options in the mix.
Each week, we highlight a selection of the most interesting, exciting, and unique new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch titles released on the App Store. It’s a heavy week for sequels on the App Store, with GT Racing 2, Tilt to Live 2: Redonkulous, Stellar Wars, and Epoch 2 heading up that list, but we’ve also got some intriguing newcomers on the list, such as puzzling platformer Stealth Inc. and the Legend of Zelda-like Oceanhorn.
FIFA 14 continues the fine form set by last year’s edition of the popular soccer simulation, mixing in a compelling free-to-play Ultimate Team mode and an all-new gesture-based control scheme that dramatically alters the feel of the game. It goes much further towards defining the mobile series as distinct from its console brethren, with both the new controls and the lightweight design providing more of a streamlined experience that’s sure to please casual players. There’s still plenty on offer for the hardcore, too – even without paying a cent.
Each week, we highlight a selection of the most interesting, exciting, and unique new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch titles released on the App Store. Compared to last week's new release barrage alongside iOS 7, this week will no doubt seem subdued, though EA's FIFA 14 soccer simulation is a major debut, and Pocket Trains will surely captivate those who loved Pocket Planes and Tiny Tower. Other standout titles this week include Shadowrun Returns, Buddy & Me, and Boson X.
The bad news just keeps piling up for The Company Formerly Known as Research in Motion. Today's recap includes a look at how nearly a third of the BlackBerry maker's app store is clogged up with titles from a single developer -- and as you can imagine, it's more about quantity and quality. Read on to find out more...
Last year's FIFA 13 from EA Sports delivered an excellent simulation of the world's most popular sport, albeit one that essentially translated the home console versions to a touch screen using virtual buttons. Still, considering the warm reception and strong sales, you might expect more of the same from this fall's FIFA 14 on iPhone and iPad. Surprisingly, that's not the case. Sure, FIFA 14 is notably bulked up, offering more leagues, teams, players, and features than ever before, but the biggest change comes from its significantly overhauled gameplay approach.
Even if you haven’t quite figured out the difference between a shinguard and a square pass, it’s hard not to get caught up in all the World Cup hype that descended upon the Internet over the past few weeks. As best we can tell, there’s a soccer tournament taking place in South Africa to determine the supreme leader of the human race. (That, and a really small trophy.)
But with a few dozen games in the first round alone, even the most diehard of fans won’t be able to stay glued to their TV set for every minute of action. But who needs TV when you’ve got a MacBook and an iPhone?