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  1. Yes it's one of those. F2P. Level and energy based. Feed Donald to Mickey to level him up etc. This one seems slightly more involved. Moving around the maps is real time and combat is turn based. Also it's currently having a 2.0 relaunch and you get shed loads of free stuff to get you started (Including thousands in IAP currency). https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.square_enix.android_googleplay.khuxww&hl=en_GB https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kingdom-hearts-union-χ-cross/id1086859120?mt=8 I'm quite enjoying it so far. https://www.blee
  2. Might as well go for the hat trick. FIREMBLEMEROES is one of those phone games that you play with your greasy digits, thumbing your troops around on 8x6 grids and tenderly caressing Tharja as she bounces all over the screen, wondering how you ever got to the point of caring more about a digital moe witch than your own flesh and blood family. This is all fine. It has some sort of payment system where you can summon warriors from previous Fire Emblem games by using up orbs, but you don't know which one you're going to get so don't be disappointed when you're feeling all excited about having Cami
  3. Is anyone else playing this? It's pretty awesome! After loving the original on the PSP, the Xbox Live Arcade Lumines Live! version and Lumines Electronic Symphony on the Vita, I was sceptical how this would work, but it turns out really well! It looks and sounds beautiful and the controls click easily. A nice review from touch arcade here: http://toucharcade.com/2016/09/01/lumines-puzzle-music-review-shinin-as-bright-as-it-can/
  4. I've got high hopes for this it's their first game since 360 Hydro Thunder built for the latest consoles and we aren't exactly drowning in a sea of decent water racers. Out now on PS4 and next week on XB1 with Android, iOS and Win10 versions coming too. I really enjoyed the console port of the last one which started out on phone. http://www.vectorunit.com/riptide-gp-renegade
  5. mdn2

    Lady Layton

    Level 5 have announced a new game in the Layton series - Lady Layton: The Millionaire Queen Ariadne's Plot. Featuring the same puzzle gameplay as the previous Layton games, you play Professor Layton's daughter. The Japanese release is in Spring next year.
  6. I'm only a few levels in but it does feel like the best AW style game yet for mobiles. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id1008496061
  7. Quite an old one this but I just got back into it. Classic match 3 gameplay in the style of Puzzles and Dragons. Freely movable gems within a time limit and characters to collect and level up. No timers. You don't have to spend energy to play and can play as much as you like. It plays a video ad after every level but a small IAP purchase disables all that (See the fan area in the game for more details). Rather good fun if you like that sort of thing and the lack of timers is a bonus. Also if you put in this code 5872-4692-5276-7993 you'll get three free char
  8. The return of Shadowrun, a sequel to the tabletop and then MegaDrive and SNES cyberpunk hacker RPG from the 90's. The license has been bought back by it's owner (Jordan Weisman - he of Mechwarrior and original maker of Shadowrun among others fame) and off the back of Schafer's successes, a Kickstarter project has been started for it; http://www.kickstart...urns?ref=search If you've not played the original, go and get zsnes or something and play it now. Played it now? Good, innit? Anyway, it's looking quite interesting, going to be isometric (as the original was) and have turn based co
  9. I've been waiting for this game for a long time. I loved Samorost 1, 2, Botanicula, and absolutely adored Machinarium. Samorost 3 has finally been dated for PC and Mac - March 24th, with the mobile versions following shortly after. Just look at it! If anyone missed out on Samorost 2, I think I have two Steam keys to give away. If you want one just send me a PM.
  10. I hope Mr. Gerbik's family are ready to provide comfort and support for him during this difficult time.
  11. Pocket Mortys is far more extensive than i'd anticipated. I've only played an hour or so but it has the feel of a full blown Pokemon game. It'll be nonsensical if you're not a Rick and Morty fan, but there are only 20 or so amazing episodes, so c'mon. iOS Link https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pocket-mortys/id992640880?mt=8 Android Link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.turner.pocketmorties&hl=en_GB Trailer Link
  12. Xevious

    80 Days

    80 Days is an iPad game, although it can be played on a phone if you really must. It's a text adventure with trading and route planning, based loosely around the Jules Verne novel but with a great deal of artistic licence thrown in. Your primary objective is to get around the world in 80 days, but if you fail (as I have done) you simply restart but with knowledge over what may happen. There are hundreds of routes to choose from and the world seems to be based on a random seed meaning that no two games will be the same. I started well, travelling through France and Germany, then up to Scand
  13. For those that didn't see the Square Enix E3 Press Conference. They announced they're releasing a Final Fantasy Portal app . That alone isn't really worthy of a thread. What does make it worth it is the fact it includes Triple Triad, the utterly amazing card mini game originally included in FFVIII. Portable Triple Triad!
  14. I thought I'd start a thread and see if there was any interest here. I've been playing since the EU edition came out last October and it's massively addictive. The best way for me to describe the game is to link to the excellent Neogaf thread on the subject http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=693226 The Japanese phenomenon, now in English! Puzzle & Dragons combines Pokemon, Bejeweled, hardcore dungeon crawler RPGs, social gaming, and crack cocaine into one app. In Japan, it's remained at the top of the iTunes charts for over six months, currently has over 15 million downloads, a
  15. http://thenextweb.com/mobile/2015/07/15/you-can-play-classic-c64-games-on-this-commodore-smartphone/ Needs a cassette drive.
  16. http://www.sonicretro.org/2015/07/sonic-dash-2-sonic-boom-stealth-released/ :omg: :omg:
  17. Site: http://eightyeightgames.com/?page_id=54 Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.eightyeightgames.ymbab(£1.99) App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id811397653?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D6(£2.29) Steam (PC/Mac): http://store.steampowered.com/app/290890(Currently £2.67, normally £3.99) One of my favourite mobile games, 10000000, has a sequel out today: You Must Build A Boat. So far I'm loving it. It's a realtime match-three game, with added lightweight roguelike mechanics; shades of the orgiinal Puzzle Quest about it. It also has outstandingly strong "oh, just
  18. This is one of my favourite iphone games at the moment it's a cross of monster busters / candy crush type match 3/4/5 gameplay but when you do the tiles become letters - you then make words from the letters causing them to pop and dropping the tiles above into their place. This leads to a lot of strategic play whereby you attempt to transform then pop letters in order to cause appropriate cascades. The level of challenge seems to be almost perfect with it getting very hard indeed once you get above level 50 through different targets set per level (remove x number of blue tiles, make 10 words o
  19. So this just came out on Android (also been available on iOS for a while as far as I know). I spotted it whilst browsing the store and it reminded me instantly of Wind Waker and then upon closer inspection I realised it had elements of Animal Crossing in it with you being able to collect furniture, hats and other things. Then it also has Wind Waker style sailing mini games, exploring dungeons, trading and helping villagers out. I've only played it for a few hours so far but it appears to be incredibly well made and has a very Nintendo-ish style charm and quality about it. It's free to play
  20. http://www.retrocollect.com/News/fans-petition-for-sega-to-bring-sonic-3-a-knuckles-remastered-to-mobile-devices.html and the original Taxman video: It would be really nice to get this game to happen, so.... http://www.sonic3remastered.com/sonic-3-remastered-campaign.html# DOWNLOAD & SEND THE LETTER TO SEGA! DO IT NOW! I GUARANTEE HAPPINESS FOR ALL MANKIND! THANK YOU!
  21. This has been out in Japan for ages and has just been released in the West. It's F2P game in the style of all those other Japanese rpg combat F2P games. This one is FF themed and you play through scenes from all the different games fighting the same monsters with the same weaknesses and tactics. Level up your party. Recruit people from the different games. Do stuff with equipment. You know how these works. Touch arcade have reviewed it http://toucharcade.com/2015/03/25/final-fantasy-record-keeper-review/ Only played it a bit so far. It's as inpenetrable as other games of this type this
  22. I was listening to last week's Giant Bombcast and they mentioned that during his Superbowl F2P game quicklook Drew had got a bit hooked on one of the games. Thankfully not Clash of Clans or Game of War. One I'd never heard of. Heroes Charge. He described it as a game where your team autoattacked and you just had to choose when to use their "Ultimate skills" It sounded pretty casual so I decided to give it a try. It's surprisingly mellow. It shares a lot of the same genetics as all the other games in the genre (And I remember playing one with almost identical combat mechanics previously). htt
  23. http://www.sonicretro.org/2014/12/sonic-runners-confirmed-to-officially-exist/ :omg: :omg:
  24. Okay, this doesn't really have anything much in common with Heartstone, but I wanted to make a bad pun. It's more like an online multiplayer version of Top Trumps with collectable cards and some very light RPG elements. You choose a deck of 5 cards, then you play three rounds against an opponent, each round will be based on one or two of your stats, so you pick your best card and pit it against their's. After the match you get to pick two cards (or one if you lost) to add to your collection. It's a very simple game to be honest, but I haven't been able to stop playing it this evening. The be
  25. Out for iOS and Android. It's classic Puzzle and Dragons style f2p japanese gaming with rythmn action (missus) and schoolgirls instead of match 3 and monsters. Same basic principles. Feed your schoolgirls other girls to level them up and become better idol singers. 
 Quite difficult on the harder difficulties too. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/school-idol-festival/id834030294?mt=8 I'll be in the cell next to Rolf.
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