TinyCo announces new Futurama game coming to mobile

Futurama:Worlds of Tomorrow

TinyCo has created a Twitter account for a new Futurama game coming to mobile devices. The first tweet from the newly created account notes that Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is "coming soon," and it directs fans to the website youwillplayfuturama.com. The website allows fans to sign up for email notifications about the game or pre-register on Google Play.

Second report claims red iPhone 7 and 128GB iPhone SE coming in March

Red iPhone

Apple plans to release a red iPhone 7 and add a new storage tier to its iPhone SE lineup, according to
Macotakara. The Japanese blog cites a Barclays analyst, who may have received their tip from the same supply-chain source who previously (via 9to5Mac) leaked information about a possible red iPhone being released in 2017.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Johto Pokémon and more

Splash! Magikarp

As promised, Pokémon GO has been updated with over 80 new Pokémon from the Johto region. After a quick update, Pokémon trainers can now catch second generation Pokémon, and take advantage of new evolutions. The update also includes new Pinap and Nanab Berries, and new evolution items in PokeStops to evolve Seadra, Scyther, Porygon2, Onix, Slowpoke, and Poliwhirl.

The new version of Pokémon GO is available for free on the Apple App Store.

Pokémon GO is being updated with 80 new Pokémon and new features

Niantic announced today that its App Store hit, Pokémon GO will receive a major update "later this week." The update will add 80 new Johto region Pokémon from the Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver video games. The new Pokémon will feature gender-specific variations, more ways to evolve, and feature more reactions while being caught.

How to stream the 2017 Oscars: Watch the 89th Academy Awards live

Oscars 2017

ABC always live streams the Academy Awards at ABC.com and on the WATCH ABC app. Unfortunately the official live stream is normally limited to a handful of major cities and requires a cable/satellite subscription. Last year the live stream through both the official website and app was only available in Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, and San Francisco.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: The Godfather Game and more

Hitcents.com has released The Godfather Game based on the classic 1972 gangster film starring Marlon Brando. The Godfather is a freemium title where you play as a devoted Underboss in the Corleone family. The goal of the game is to help "carry out the Corleones’ dirty deeds and fight for the honor and respect of the most powerful Family in New York City." You do this by enlisting Capos and Soldiers to settle any misunderstandings, and by making the right allies while developing your estate. The Godfather Game is basically another free building title cashing in on another popular franchise. It's available on the App Store for free.

iPad Pro supply dwindles ahead of rumored refresh

iPad Pro Best Buy

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is in short supply ahead of the rumored next-generation iPad refresh in March, according to MacRumors. The Apple blog did a spot check of Apple's online store and third-party retailers, such as Best Buy, AT&T, and Verizon. MacRumors discovered that Apple store shipping times in the US have slipped from 1-2 weeks to 2-3 weeks, and in-store pick ups are currently listed as arriving around March 3rd. While this isn't proof that a new iPad model is right around the corner, the largely backordered status of the 12.9-inch model at third-party retailers does make one wonder.

Pokémon GO Valentine's Day event starts today

Pokemon Go Valentine's Day

Today kicks off Niantic's Pokémon GO Valentine's Day event. During the 7-day event, Pokémon trainers will earn double the amount of Candy every time they hatch or transfer a Pokémon. Other Valetnine's Day perks include six hour Lure Modules, more pink Pokémon, like Chansey and Clefable, in the wild, and Cleffa, Igglybuff, and Smoochum will most likely hatch from eggs.

Second expansion announced for Guild of Dungeoneering on iOS

Ice Cream Headaches

Developer Gambrinous announced on the Touch Arcade forums that the adventure pack. "Ice Cream Headaches" is coming to the iOS version of Guild of Dungeoneering on February 9th. The DLC is available for free for those who already own the game, but the download price will jump from $4.99 to $5.99 for new users. New users who download the game after the 9th will get both available adventure packs, including "Pirate's Cove."

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