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RPG Band of Monsters:  Epic Monster Taming RPG

Gone Free! RPG Band of Monsters!

Actions for iPad:  Turn your iPad into a Productivity Booster and a Perfect Companion to your Desktop Computer

Gone Free! Actions for iPad

Shadow Vamp:  Rotate the Shadows to Unveil a Safe Path to Your Crypt

Gone Free! Shadow Vamp!



Call of Duty: Strike Team Review: Activision Redefines The iOS Shooter in Great Mobile-only Release


Usually when we’re pleasantly surprised by a game that hits the App Store out of nowhere, it comes from an unknown developer who’s out to make a name for themselves. Needless to say, that’s not the case with Activision and Call of Duty, but we were still blindsided by the release of Strike Team this…(Read the full article)

Riptide GP2 Review: Futuristic Hydro Jet Racing… It’s as Awesome as it Sounds!


Assuming I’m not the only iOS gamer with absurdly fond memories of 1996′s Wave Race 64, the core concept of Riptide GP2 should strike a chord with many of you… There’s something inherently appealing about lurching across untamed waters on overpowered, lightweight vehicles–isn’t there? Riptide GP2 is a follow up to what was–for a long…(Read the full article)

Ultima Forever for iOS Review: Venerable RPG Tarnished By IAPs


When Electronic Arts announced that they were bringing the venerable Ultima franchise to mobile, many fans cheered. Then they told us that it was going to be a freemium game, and those cheers turned to groans. Could EA, who have become pretty big in the freemium space, pull off a playable Ultma game without falling…(Read the full article)

Bloodmasque Review: A Guilty Pleasure With a Great Gimmick


This week’s entry into the MMO and RPG genres is a game that should not work, but it does. It’s Square Enix’s Bloodmasque, a horror-action game ripped straight from the pages of Vampire: The Masquerade. Bloodmasque is a schlock hack n’ slash adventure with one killer gimmick. The story of Bloodmasque is an amusing hodge-podge…(Read the full article)

Deus Ex: The Fall Review: Good Game, Poor Quality Control


People had a lot of expectations for Deus Ex: The Fall, the mobile-exclusive quasi-sequel to the console franchise. The game doesn’t quite live up to our lofty expectations, but it’s still a capable FPS for your iPhone. Unfortunately, it’s also got some technical flaws. In Deus Ex, you take control of ex-SAS mercenary Ben Saxon,…(Read the full article)

Order and Chaos Online Celebrates Its Second Anniversary With New UI, Content, & Free Promotion Codes via IGN

It’s hard to believe that Order and Chaos Online has been going steady for two years now. The game — which was the very impetus for the creation of Massively Portable — has had its ups and downs, but there’s no denying that Gameloft has managed to build something unique on iOS with its Warcraft-style…(Read the full article)

iOS 7 brings New and Exciting Functions and improves on some Old Ones

As you saw earlier, we’ve already mentioned the new look and feel of iOS 7, and how it’s basically a complete departure from what Apple’s done in the past with its mobile operating system. Now that we’ve touched on the visual aspect of things, let’s go over some of the awesome new functionality we’ll see…(Read the full article)

Hot New Games in the App Store! Gangstar Vegas, Kingdom Rush Frontiers, Marvel Pinball and More

Not into basketball or hockey? That means your evenings should be pretty free this time of year, so we suggest taking a look at what’s new in the App Store. Presented below are trailers and details on the week’s hottest new offerings, from crime in Vegas to super hero pinball games… Gangstar Vegas Gangstar Vegas…(Read the full article)

Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! Review: Mash-Up Of Old-School Ideas And Modern App Sensibilities


Long, long ago, before we had smartphones or apps or even 8-bit gaming consoles, game designer Steve Jackson released Fighting Fantasy, a series of single-player paper RPGs that played something like a Choose Your Own Adventure book, but with more rules. Now, developer Inkle has taken the first of these books and converted it into…(Read the full article)

Star Command Review: Kickstarted Star Trek Sim Is Playable But Limited


Star Command is a game brought about by an early Kicksterter success story that almost turned into a Kicksterter failure. But now, two years and a second funding campaign later, this ambitious space sim has been loosed on the App Store. While Star Command isn’t everything it could be, it’s still a good game with…(Read the full article)

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