Asher Vollmer has been tweeting about the performance of Threes [ $2.99 / Free ] and its recently-released free version. It comes over a year after the initial paid release, and while the paid game did really well for him and his team by most accounts, there was some question as to whether the free version would be worthwhile so long after the paid version released. Well, the data that Vollmer has released indicates that the free Threes is making as much money right now as the paid version is, just off of incentivized video ads to get more game sessions.
Heroki [ $7.99 ] is a game I desperately wanted to love. It hits a lot of my buttons: it’s a stunningly gorgeous game. It’s a platformer-type game that’s centered around premium experience, and charging a fair price.
‘Heroki’ Review – Not Flying So High
Ant-Man Updates Come to ‘Marvel Contest of Champions’, ‘Marvel Puzzle Quest’, and ‘Marvel Future Fight’
With Ant-Man coming out next week, we’re seeing the array of Marvel games on the App Store start to add content containing the pint-sized superhero. So many Ant-Mans, so little time. There’s an Ant-Man pinball table by Zen Studios coming next week alongside the launch of the new movie in theaters to keep in mind, but here are the latest games here are the games whose Ant-Man updates have already gone live ahead of the film’s release
This week’s episode of the podcast was dominated by game discussion of two awesome titles that were released this week. We get down and dirty with Adventures of Pip [ $4.99 ] which seems like a really clever platformer that manages to blend pixel art both as an art style and as a game premise
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The TouchArcade Show – 212 – An Ode to Tiny Virtual Buttons
Finally back to regular podcast episodes, it feels like it’s been too long.
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The TouchArcade Show – 211 – Confederate Flag Apple Drama Bomb
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E3 2015: Bethesda VP Pete Hines on ‘Fallout Shelter’, ‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’, The Pipboy App, and More
Among our first appointments of the day was sitting down to chat with Bethesda VP Pete Hines. Unsurprisingly, he didn’t have anything new to talk about, as they put all their cards on the table during the E3 event…
Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload , the weekly feature where the best way to make friends is to beat the stuffing out of them first. Each week, we take a look at an RPG from the mists of time forgotten to see how it holds up in our shocking world of the future. It’s a chance to revisit old favorites, reflect on their place in the platform’s history, or just to take a deeper dive than our usual reviews allow for.
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RPG Reload File 041 – ‘Guardian Saga’
Fresh off the Memorial Day holiday, this week has been flooded with insanely awesome game releases. We touch on a bunch of them, but Jared and I definitely will need to spend this weekend playing catch up.
This week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show is loaded with discussions of the various games of the week and Mike’s odd depth of knowledge when it comes to anything to do with Growing Pains. It’s really creepy, in a way that’s actually creepy and not just in one of those “Oh I’m just joking around” kind of ways
The TouchArcade Show – 206 – Growing Pains Fan Club