New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Terra Monsters 3 and more

Guild of Dungeoneering

It's no Pokémon Go, but if you want to collect monsters from your couch instead of going outside, Terra Monsters 3 is now available on the App Store. Terra Monsters includes over a hundred 3D monsters to collect, 3v3 3D battles and over 24 hours of gameplay. Terra Monsters 3 is $1.99 and it supports all devices running iOS 9.1 or later.

The new dungeon crawler that we highlighted last week is now available for all iOS devices. Guild of Dungeoneering was originally thought to be an iPad-only title, but it turned out to be a universal app. In Guild of Dungeoneering you become the ultimate Dungeon Master by building a dungeon around your hero and coaxing him or her through quests to restore your guild to its ultimate glory. The game is a turn-based RPG where players utilize cards to construct a dungeon full of monsters, traps and treasure. Guild of Dungeoneering is available on the App Store for $3.99.

Rule with an Iron Fish updated with universal iPad support

Rule with an Iron Fish

The well reviewed "pirate fishing RPG," Rule with an Iron Fish has been updated today with iPad support and other small bug fixes. Iron Fish is simple fishing game that has been earning rave reviews from Touch Arcade forum members. The game is part clicker and part RPG where players can earn rewards by fishing after being shipwrecked on an island with other characters. In their official review, Touch Arcade praised the game for offering hours of entertainment without any annoying IAPs.

Pixelmator updated with Quick and Magnetic Selection tools

Quick and Magnetic Selection

The popular photo editing tool Pixelmator has been updated to version 2.3. The update adds two new selection tools and a variety of other improvements.

The Quick Selection tool allows users to "make incredibly accurate selections," according to the release notes. This is helpful on touchscreen devices since it is harder to pinpoint an object to edit on smaller screens. The Magnetic Selection tool uses edge detection algorithms to "snap" precisely to the objects you trace.

iOS 9.3.3 is now available for the iPad and iPhone

iOS 9.3.3 Security Notes

If you haven't already installed the iOS 10 beta, then you may want to upgrade to iOS 9.3.3. The new update doesn't include any major features, but it does offer a variety of bug fixes and improvements for both the iPad and iPhone. This will most likely be the final iOS 9 update before Apple releases iOS 10.0 later this year.

iPad, iPhone and iPod touch owners can download and install iOS 9.3.3 OTA by navigating to Settings > General > Software Update. You can read the iOS 9.3.3 security notes here.

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New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Ghostbusters: Slime City and more

Card Wars Kingdom

In anticipation of the release of Ghostbusters, in theaters today, Activision, in collaboration with Sony Pictures has launched two new ghost busting games. Ghostbusters is a new console title that picks up after the ending of the reboot. Players can command a squad of rookie ghostbusters as they rid the city of rogue spirits. The game features hidden collectibles and the ability to upgrade characters with new gear and abilities. Ghostbusters is available now for $50 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows.

Pre-register now for Mobius Final Fantasy

Mobius Final Fantasy

Square Enix has opened pre-registration for its upcoming mobile Final Fantasy title, Mobius. RPG fans in the US and Europe can now pre-register and earn early rewards at square-enix.com. In-game bonuses will be decided by how many users register for the game. For example, 50,000 registrations will unlock an exclusive Yuna card. In-game rewards will be sent to registered players once the game is finally released. All you need to register is a valid email address.

Camera+ for iPad updated to version 2.0 with new editing tools and Apple Pencil support

Camera+ 2 for iPad

It has been a long time since the Camera+ app for the iPad has received any updates, but today developer Tap tap tap has officially launched Camera+ 2 for iPad. The photo taking app has finally been updated with a new UI that matches the changes the iPad has seen since iOS 6. The app also now includes the professional photo editing tool, The Lab, which was introduced on the iPhone a few versions ago. Other new features include Apple Pencil and multitasking support.

Guild of Dungeoneering is a dungeon crawler for the iPad where you create the adventure

Guild of Dungeoneering

Guild of Dungeoneering has been announced for iOS on July 21st. The mobile version of the game was first previewed at PAX South in March. The game is a turn-based dungeon crawler where instead of controlling the hero, you build a dungeon for the hero to explore.

How to install the iOS 10 beta on your iPad

iOS 10 Beta

As we have discussed before, there isn't a lot of iPad specific features included in iOS 10, but Apple did release the fist public beta last week. This means any iOS users with a compatible device and who is enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program can now download an early version of the new operating system. The public beta not only allows Apple fans to test out new features before September, but users can also send Apple feedback to help engineers work out any bugs before the final public release. If you would like to give iOS 10 a test run, here's how:

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Pokémon GO not optimized for tablets

Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO has been spotted on Google Play and the New Zealand App Store. Several sources are reporting that the long awaited augmented reality game from Niantic is set to land on the US App Store sometime today. However, iPad owners may want to check the official New Zealand App Store description, as the game is not optimized for tablets. This does not mean Pokémon GO does not support the iPad. It actually supports all devices running iOS 8.0 or later, but the game is better played on your iPhone. This is because the idea of Pokémon GO is to be able to capture Pokémon in the real world. The app sends a vibration to your device when a Pokémon is nearby and you must use a Poké Ball to catch it. You already run the risk of looking silly walking around your neighborhood catching Pokémon, but it will be even worse if you're doing it on a 9.7-inch tablet.

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