New iPad Games of the Week

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Stranger Things and more

Batman: The Enemy Within

Stranger Things: The Game was released to the App Store ahead of the second season's October 27th release. It's a 8-bit recreation of the fictional town Hawkins, Indiana where players can explore, solve puzzles, find Eggos and gnomes, and unlock hidden locations. The game is available for free on the App Store. You can watch the trailer here.

DigimonLinks has made its way to the US. The new monster collecting title allows players to train their own army of Digimon and compete in 3-on-3 battles. Players can also build their own digital farms to train their Digimon. The game is available for free on the App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: NBA 2K18 and more

Daisy Super Mario Run

Apple this week released iOS 11 putting an end to 32-bit apps on the App Store. While many games and apps were rendered useless with the release of Apple's new OS, a lot of developers stepped up by making their titles 64-bit compatible. Two of those games are XCOM: Enemy Within and the zombie shooter Aftermath. You can check what apps will not work on your device by following these instructions.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Iron Marines and more

Iron Marines

The creators of the popular Kingdom Rush trilogy have released Iron Marines to the Apple App Store. Iron Marines is a real-time strategy game with tower defense-like elements. In the game, you control 3 squads of Iron Marines in an attempt to complete different objectives in 14 missions and 10 special operations across two different worlds. Each squad has 3 different class of troops with their own special abilities led by one of nine heroes (3 free, 6 available as IAPs). You also can command 8 special weapons and different Refineries with 3 different turrets and abilities. Other features include 40 plus upgrades, 50 plus achievements and 4 modes of difficulty including Impossible Mode.

Iron Marines is available now for $4.99 on the App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Destiny Companion and more

Don't Eat Us

The popular tactical RPG Warhammer Quest is getting a sequel on October 19th. The game's developer has been posting information and answering questions about End Times on the Touch Arcade forums. For example, the sequel is all in 3D, party size is now roster based, and you can now have multiple Warriors from the same class.

You can sign up to be notified about the upcoming beta and learn more about the game at

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: 32-bit apocalypse and more

Game of Thrones Conquest

Now that Apple has officially announced its iPhone 8 keynote for Sept. 12 the 32-bit apocalypse is right around the corner. In case you missed the memo, iOS 11 will no longer support 32-bit apps. This means any apps on your device not upgraded with 64-bit support will no longer work once iOS 11 is released. Apple is expected to launch the new firmware alongside the iPhone 8 on September 12th.

As we've discussed before, some apps are already being pulled from the App Store, while others, like Duke Dashington, are being remastered. Touch Arcade has been keeping an eye on what apps will not be making the transition to 64-bit, and you can also check your own devices to see what apps won't be supported.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Radiation City and more

Reigns: Her Majesty

The follow-up to Radiation Island is now available on the Apple App Store. Radiation City is a crafting/survival game that takes place forty years after an unfortunate accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. The game is played from a first-person perspective where you must scavenge and craft to survive. The controls are bit clunky and there is a lot to learn, but it's a decent enough title once you get the hang of it.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: The Girl Who Sold the World and more

Tunnels & Trolls Adventures

The Girl Who Sold the World is a full audio adventure for the iPad and iPhone. An audio adventure is like a choose your own adventure with no fancy graphics. The game uses sound instead of animations or images to help players paint an image of the story in their head. The Girl Who Sold the World follows Frances, who is on an adventure of self discovery. The story is told in chapters and includes challenging puzzles for players to solve.

The Girl Who Sold the World is available on the App Store for $2.99.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Cat Quest and more

Cat Quest is a new real-time, open world RPG with cats. It is already getting rave reviews on the Touch Arcade forums, from critics and it has earned a 5-star rating on the Apple App Store. The official App Store description promises "over 15 hours of furry content," over 60 side quests and dungeons, and an "engrossing story about loss, betrayal, adventure, victory and...cats."

Cat Quest is available for all devices running iOS 7.0 or later.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! and more

Batman: The Enemy Within

Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! is a new simulation game released as two apps separately for the iPad and iPhone. You can download the iPad version here and the iPhone version here. In the game you're a potato who owns a weapons shop. The goal is to use your potato smiths to forge weapons to sell to heroes so you can expand your business across the potato world.

In Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! you can research and forge hundreds of weapons to sell, manage up to 30 potato smiths, explore the potato world for materials, relics and enchantments, and more. The game is available for $4.99 on the Apple App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Total War - Alexander and more

Sigma Theory

As promised, Rome: Total War -- Alexander has been launched to the App Store for the iPad. This is the third and final entry into the Total War series. Alexander takes place as the famous emperor "ascends the Macedonian throne and embarks upon an audacious campaign to conquer the all-powerful Persian Empire," according to the official App Store description. You do not need to first two Total War titles to enjoy Alexander, but its probably a lot more fun if you played at least the original.


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