iPad Games

Night Trap mobile release still a possibility

Night Trap PS4

No one in their right mind should be excited for the re-release of Night Trap, but some of us can't help ourselves. Night Trap was originally released in 1992 for the SEGA CD, and it is best known for its confusing story and lackluster gameplay. Later ports of the game have also been criticized since it didn't really age very well. So why would anyone be excited for the Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition coming to the PlayStation 4 and PC?

Because Night Trap is a glorious B-movie starring Dana Plato. It also played an important part in video game history being one of the titles along with Mortal Kombat that was scrutinized during the United States congressional hearings on violence in video games.

DC Unchained is a new fighting MMO starring Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and more

Released by Korean games publisher 4:33 Creative Lab DC Unchained is headed to the US App Store. In the game players can create groups of iconic DC superheroes such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash, Harley Quinn and more. It includes 3-on-3 battles with Darkseid's Parademons and other DC baddies. Players can also play as famous DC villains, like the Joker and Lex Luther.

Telltale releases first trailer for Batman: The Enemy Within

Telltale today released the first trailer to the sequel of its Batman series. The Enemy Within was officially announced at San Diego Comic Con in July along with The Walking Dead: The Final Season and a second season of The Wolf Among Us.

In the game the cape crusader takes on the Riddler who has returned to wreck havoc on Gotham City. The trailer features a lot of familiar faces, such as Commissioner Gordon, Amanda Waller and the Joker.

Siege: Titan Wars now available for the iPad

Siege: Titan Wars

Simutronics and Tilting Point have launched Siege: Titan Wars to the Apple App Store and Google Play. Titan Wars is a online multiplayer with card collecting and army building. Players can summon massive armies and imposing Titans with different skills to crush other players in real-time combat. The game has been compared to Clash Royale in the Touch Arcade forums.

Rome: Total War – Alexander announced for the iPad

Rome: Total War – Alexander

After bringing the popular Hitman series to macOS, Feral Interactive has announced it is porting yet another Rome: Total War title to iOS. The second expansion, Alexander will launch for the iPad this summer. The game is set a century before the original Total War title, which was released to the App Store in 2016. The game puts players in the role of Alexander the Great, and kicks off with his ascension to the Macedonian throne in 336 BC. Players must unify the Greek city states then march across Central Asia to conquer the Persian Empire in 100 turns.

Build your own prison–industrial complex with Prison Architect for the iPad

Prison Architect

Prison Architect: Mobile is a new simulation title for the iPad where you can build and manage your own maximum security prison from the ground up. You can design your own prision with cell blocks, inmate facilities and different amenities such as workout areas. The game even features the ability to build solitary confinement cells and an execution chamber. After you have designed your prison you will need to manage its day-to-day activities like paying your staff and keeping prisoner morale high.

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow launches on June 29th

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow

TinyCo has released a second trailer for Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow. The video features Stephen Hawking, George Takei, Bill Nye, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson announcing the release date for the new mobile game.

In Worlds of Tomorrow players can design their own version of "New New York and explore unfamiliar planets in a mission to save the universe," according to the official Google Play description. The game features RPG-like 16-bit combat, choose your own adventure elements and the ability to customize characters in different outfits.

The Sims Mobile soft launches for iOS

Electronic Arts today announced that a new mobile version of The Sims has been soft launched in Brazil for iOS. Called The Sims Mobile, the iOS version includes all of the features from the the original 2000 PC version. Players can create their own Sims with "distinct appearances, hairstyles, outfits, and accessories," and build their own homes. The mobile version also includes a multiplayer option so players can host and attend parties with other Sims to :"socialize, earn rewards, and develop new relationships," according to the official website. While this is exciting news for Sim lovers who want to play the original game on their iPhone and iPad, the downside is that the game is being launched as a free-to-play title by EA.

Voltron joins match-3 RPG Puzzle & Dragons

Voltron: Legendary Defender

Dreamworks has teamed up with GungHo Online Entertainment America to bring Voltron to the popular RPG Puzzle & Dragons. Beginning now and ending on May 7, the game will include an all-new Voltron Legendary Defender dungeon where players can take on the Galra fleet, as well as the dungeon boss, Emperor Zarkon. The new dungeon also includes three exclusive skill up materials to use for ranking up characters, including Shiro's Helmet, Balmeran Crystal, and Voltron's Sword.


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