iPad Games

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.

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."

Nintendo to release only 3 mobile games this year

Animal Crossing iOS

With the Switch gaming console right around the corner, things are getting busy for Nintendo, and it looks like the company's mobile release schedule will remain at only 2-3 titles a year. Nintendo plans to follow the December release of Super Mario Run with an Android version in March, and its next title Fire Emblem Heroes will arrive for both Android and iOS tomorrow. The third title on Nintendo's upcoming slate is Animal Crossing, which was originally scheduled for March, but it has been pushed back until later this year.

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth now available on Apple App Store

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth iOS

The popular action RPG shooter, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, is now available for iOS devices after a series of delays. The iOS version was announced on Tuesday by the founder of Nicalis, the game's publisher.

The Binding of Isaac is a dual-stick 2D dungeon crawler with randomly generated dungeons. Players begin the game as Isaac, who must escape his mother after she decides that he must be saved, just like the biblical tale with the same name. In order to escape his crazy mother, Isaac flees to the basement where he must battle monsters and collect power-ups to survive.

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location finally lands on the Apple App Store

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location

Developer Scott Cawthon has finally released Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location to the Apple App Store. Sister Location is the fifth installment in the popular franchise about killer animatronics and the unlucky night employees who get stuck attending to them. The game was originally scheduled for a multi-platform release in October, but Cawthon decided to delay the mobile version due to the story being too "dark." Cawthon originally released Sister Location to Steam in October, followed by an Android launch in December. The game was finally ported to the App Store for iOS on January 3, 2017.

Atari releases classic RollerCoaster Tycoon to iOS without tons of microtransactions

RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic

Atari has decided to ditch the microtransaction filled freemium model that has recently plagued its RollerCoaster Tycoon franchise by launching RollerCoaster TycoonClassic as a premium app. The new title, that promises to combine the best of RCT 1 & 2, is available now for only $5.99 on the Apple App Store. The game isn't totally IAP free, but it features a lot less additional purchases than recent titles, such as the heavily maligned RollerCoaster Tycoon 4.

Nintendo adds Friendly Run mode to Super Mario Run after rocky App Store launch

Super Mario Downloads

Super Mario Run has had a rocky and successful App Store Launch. According to the app analyst Sensor Tower, Super Mario Run is the fastest game to reach 25 million downloads on the Apple App Store. The Nintendo game beat out Pokémon Go, which took 11 days to hit 25 million, compared to the 4 days that it took Super Mario Run to reach the same number. It is estimated that 2.1 million users have paid for the full version of the game, but the high premium of price of $9.99 has hindered the success of Mario's first iOS title.

Fruit Ninja Tournament Edition looking for beta testers

Amazon's Champions of Fire

Fruit Ninja Tournament Edition is set to be revealed at Amazon's Champions of Fire eSports tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada on December 2. Little is known about the game, but it is supposed to be Halfbrick's "first step into the casual PVP / e-sport scene," according to Touch Arcade. Fruit Ninja Tournament Edition also "promises to deliver the fastest, juiciest PVP experience on mobile."

Nintendo announces Super Mario Run release date and price

Super Mario Run

One of the most anticipated mobile games in the history of the Apple App Store has just received an official release date and price. Nintendo's Super Mario Run was originally announced during Apple's iPhone 7 event in September, but no official release date was given at the time. Today Nintendo sent out a press release announcing that the game will land on the App Store on December 15th.

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