Category: iPhone games

‘Brawl Stars’ from Supercell Is Finally Rolling Out Globally On the App Store

Brawl Stars (Free) from Supercell has finally started rolling out globally with its full launch. The team had a launch event and the game is finally live beginning with the first batch of countries right now. They will be adding more later today. If you missed it, ithas been over a year since Brawl Stars […]

‘Asphalt 9: Legends’ Adds 60fps Option for iPhone XS and XS Max with a Whole Lot More in the Winter Update

Asphalt 9: Legends (Free) launched a little while ago on iOS after a long soft launch. If you’ve not played it yet, here’s a guide to get you started with it. Asphalt 9: Legends was already a great looking game on iOS and Android and today’s update makes it a lot better on certain devices. […]

‘Tropico’ for iPad Shown off Running on iPad Pro by Feral Interactive

Ever since Feral Interactive revealed the iPad version of Tropico (), we’ve slowly seen and learned more of the port. The iPad game will have an interesting overlay for the interface when it launches. As we inch closer to release next week, Feral Interactive has showcased it running on and iPad Pro. This new iPad […]

‘Dragalia Lost’ Dragon Special Summon Showcase Announced For Tonight

Dragalia Lost (Free) is getting a new Summon Showcase later today in the form of the Dragon Special Summon Showcase. It begins later tonight at 11 PM PT or 2 AM tomorrow ET with appearance rates for 4* and 5* featured dragons going up. This Showcase will end on Dec 17th at 1:59 AM. If […]

Best of PAX Unplugged 2018

There was too much happening at PAX this year. From what I heard from many veterans of last year’s Unplugged, the size of the convention just about doubled in size and it is very obvious why. Not only is the board game business booming, gamers are realizing that many experiences that have been digital only […]

Pax Unplugged 2018: When Should You Make a Digital Board Game

While video games continue to have a bit of an identity crisis between lower Kickstarter completion rates or the ever shifting user base (or the “who is a real gamer” debacle), board games have evolved to sit quite comfortably in their own niche, not making a lot of outward noise, and raking in the money […]

PAX Unplugged 2018: The Competitive Card Game Market is about to Get More Competitive

Card games that centralize a head to head online experience have carved out a niche in the iOS marketplace and have spawned a number of copy cat apps, but we got a chance to see some real contenders at Pax Unplugged this year that not only have promise, but a pedigree that really shows a […]

‘Fortnite’ 60fps Gameplay Coming to iPad Pro in Next Patch, Android to Follow

Fortnite (Free) patch 6.31 added 60fps support on iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. The update was met with a lot of fanfare from newer iOS device owners but Android users made sure to make their voices heard. Epic Games just announced plans for 60fps support on both iPad and Android devices. Check the image […]

Best iPhone Game Updates: ‘Super Cat Tales 2’, ‘Rules of Survival’, ‘Hearthstone’, ‘Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’, and More

Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It’s time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. The holidays are upon us, and that means lots of holiday updates. Also, that yearly freeze is coming, which translates to a lot of developers pushing out updates they’ve had cooking […]

Epic Games Reveals The Start Date for ‘Fortnite’ Season 7 On All Platforms

Fortnite (Free) has been improving quite a bit on iOS over the last few weeks but it hit a snag when it came to one feature. Gifting isn’t available on iOS (it works on Android) thanks to Apple’s policies preventing gifting in app purchases or content like that. This is the same reason LINE Messenger […]