iPad Games

Fez makes its way to the Apple App Store

Fez Pocket Edition

Fez, and its designer Phil Fish, have an interesting place in video game and social media history, but politics aside, the puzzle-platformer is considered one the best indie titles for almost every current platform. It has been released to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and 4, Linux, OS X, Android and now it is finally available on the App Store.

Animal Crossing arrives early on the App Store

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

The long wait for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is over. The mobile version of the popular simulation game from Nintendo has landed on the App Store one day before its announced released date.

Pocket Camp is a building title where players interact with various animal characters to design their own campsite. In the game players must help their animal neighbors to earn materials for crafting furniture and other attractions for their camps.

Capcom's Puzzle Fighter launching worldwide this week

Puzzle Fighter

Capcom today announced that Puzzle Fighter will be available worldwide for both iOS and Android later this week. Puzzle Fighter mobile is a sequel to the popular Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo. The new installment in the Puzzle Fighter series was built from the ground up for mobile devices. It features a new look, leaderboard support, guest account support, a Color Blind Mode option and more.

Rome: Total War Collection now available for iPad

Rome: Total War

All three Rome: Total War titles have been released individually to the App Store, but today Feral Interactive has added the Rome: Total War Collection as an option. The Collection allows you to get all three Total War titles for one price. It also cheaper to buy the collection than buying all three titles individually.

For $16.99 Rome: Total War Collection includes Total War, Barbarian Invasion, and Alexander. While it's only $3 in savings, $17 is a good price for three decent strategy games for the iPad.

Stranger Things gets an update on the App Store

Stranger Things iOS

Originally slated for October 31st, the second season of the Netflix original series Stranger Things launched a few days early, pitting it against the previous king of Halloween weekend, Jigsaw. The 8th film in the Saw series came in just a bit behind expectations at the box office, but it still managed to nab the number one spot of the weekend dethroning Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween. It is unclear if the early launch of Stranger Things affected Jigsaw's return to theaters, or if the series just doesn't pack the same box office punch as it did in the past. While Saw and Stranger Things battled for eyeballs this weekend, the Strangers Things iOS game also received an update.

Post-apocalyptic management game 'Sheltered' comes to the App Store


The post-apocalyptic management game Sheltered is now available on the Apple App store for all compatible iOS devices. Developed by Sonny Meek and Dean Foster and published by Worms developer Team17, Sheltered is a deep survival game released to Steam in March 2016. In the game players must look after a family who have discovered an underground fallout shelter after the end of the world. In order to survive, players need to search for supplies in the vast unforgiving wasteland full of feral beasts.

Critically acclaimed Subsurface Circular comes to the iPad

Subsurface Circular

The text-based adventure game Subsurface Circular is now availble on the iPad. Originally released for Steam earlier this year, the game has earned "Very Positive" reviews.

In Subsurface Circular players take on the role of a robot detective in a futuristic world. The detective must solve the mysterious disappearance of other robots by talking to worker robots on subway cars. The game is played by collecting words and phrases to solve dialogue puzzles.

More than 50 new characters coming to Pocket Mortys

Pocket Mortys

Love or hate it, Rick and Morty isn't going anywhere anytime soon, and either is its popular mobile game, Pocket Mortys. On the heels of a record breaking third season, the developers of the hit Pokémon-spoof announced that they plan to add over 50 new characters to Pocket Mortys. The new characters will be introduced over the course of this year and into 2018. They will include a combination of original in-game versions of Rick and Morty, and other characters from season 3 of the television series. New characters will include Teacher Rick, Working Class Rick, Street Loco Morty and more.


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