New games are great, but let’s get real for a moment: there’s only one thing you really care about downloading on your iPhone or iPad this week, and it’s iOS 9. If you already have it, there’s a good chance you’re hating the font change. (I know I do, and I’m not alone!)
Do yourself a favor; find a distraction from how weird your clock now looks by playing something fantastic.
Order & Chaos 2: Redemption
The sequel to the (in our opinion) best mobile MMORPG of all time is here, and even better, it’s free. Expect our full review soon.
MOBAs have had a hard time on mobile. With the exception of Vainglory, none have really had much staying power. Spacetime Studio is hoping to change that with Call of Champions, a new MOBA that focus on quick bursts of gameplay.
Looking for a 21st century shmup in an 80’s wrapper? Starseed: Origin should easily scratch that itch. We were fortunate enough to have an early hands-on this past spring, and even though we’re not the biggest shmup fans, we couldn’t help but enjoy what this little shooter had to offer.
Get ready to hack and slash your way through dungeons (and other players in PvP mode). Blade: Sword of Elysion has performed admirably in the East, netting more than 6 million downloads. Now that it’s in the West, it’s time to see what all the hubbub is about.
Fans of the original Gravity Duck (or even just the platforming ways of Ravenous Games) will want to pick up the sequel, as your heroic duck uses four different gravity-twisting gameplay mechanics to traverse 80 levels.
If you were getting worried that match-3 gamemakers had completely run out of big franchises to adapt, relax. Today’s release of Star Trek: Wrath of Gems is a pleasant reminder that there are always more things we love that can boiled down to matching three or more like-colored gems.