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  • Finder's KeepFinder's Keep —June 15, 2014— Looking for a free addictive dungeon-crawler with strategic elements for your iOS? Look no further than Big Blue Bubble's beautifully designed and detailed turn-based RPG as you climb through a never-ending tower in search of loot!
  • Tasty BlueTasty Blue —June 14, 2014— An engaging mix of Fishy and Katamari Damacy, Dingo Games' Tasty Blue, the latest in their Tasty Planet series, has you chomping your way up the food chain from krill to continents. It's the kind of mindful destruction that's best in short bursts, but definitely something worth sinking your teeth into.
  • New, free and mobile versions of VVVVVV and Super Gravitron!New, free and mobile versions of VVVVVV and Super Gravitron! —June 13, 2014— News bit number one: VVVVVV is on iOS and Android! News bit number two: Super Gravitron is also on mobile! Special bonus third news bit: Super Gravitron is free! Terry Cavanagh delivers a simultaneous bounty of ultra-challenging platform and arcade gaming entertainment for just about anyone with a touch screen device. All we can do is nod our heads and in great appreciation. Just before downloading both games, of course.
  • Angry Birds EpicAngry Birds Epic —June 12, 2014— Rovio's Angry Birds go turn-based in this casual strategic RPG as you journey across islands trying to recover your eggs against challenging foes while finding new party members and classes, and crafting equipment. Though free-to-play for Android and iOS, a few frustrating mechanic choices and always-on requirements hamper the experience.
  • Mobile Monday N°259Mobile Monday N°259 —June 9, 2014— Monster Hunter Freedom Unite on iOS, a Fat Princess matching game getting ready to roll over the world, and a popular Android RPG slides its way to the world of Apples.
  • Battleheart LegacyBattleheart Legacy —June 8, 2014— Mika Mobile's Battleheart Legacy is Torchlight II (or Diablo, if you like) for mobile devices. Those are some big words to throw around, but the studio has managed to capture the feeling of epic adventure, combat, upgrades and quests from those massive RPGs and condense them into something that's accessible without sacrificing complexity.
  • Angry Birds Stella set for September releaseAngry Birds Stella set for September release —June 5, 2014— Fun fact: Angry Birds Stella will be the tenth game in the Angry Birds series. Ten! Wasn't it just the other day the original Angry Birds was released? The upcoming Angry Birds Stella follows the formula we're all familiar and details the adventures of Stella and her friends Gale, Luca, Dahlia, Willow and Poppy on Golden Island. You can bet those piggies are about to cause some trouble, though, at which point the physics-flinging gameplay will kick into action.
  • Pocket HarvestPocket Harvest —June 3, 2014— What goes into running a farm? A lot more than you'd expect in Kairosoft's latest addictive sim for iOS and Android! You'll need to enter contests, complete missions, train your workers, invest in tourism, and engineer your crops if you want to take the coveted top spot in the yearly rankings!
  • Halfbrick publishing Candy Crush-like puzzle game Yes Chef!Halfbrick publishing Candy Crush-like puzzle game Yes Chef! —June 3, 2014— The studio behind Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride and Colossatron: Massive World Threat is getting ready to run head-on into Candy Crush territory. The team is publishing a puzzle game by CitrusJoy called Yes Chef!, utilizing a Bejeweled-style matching grid but replacing candy/gems with real food. Well, if you consider eggplant to be a real food.
  • Mobile Monday N°258Mobile Monday N°258 —June 2, 2014— Simogo teases inspiration for its upcoming game, Candy Crush Saga rakes in some serious cash, and Pinstripe wants to make us scared to play games again.
  • Tales of the Adventure CompanyTales of the Adventure Company —May 30, 2014— Tales of the Adventure Company is a casual RPG that works like a puzzle game. The tile-tapping exploration mechanic will be instantly familiar to anyone who's played Dungelot (or had an advent calendar), while the enemy grid formations will feel similar to the animal rescuing sections of Disco Zoo. Put it all together with quick combat sessions and a little bit of party-based strategy and you've got your next roguelike obsession!
  • Pablo Cavarez: Sliding Puzzle ExplorerPablo Cavarez: Sliding Puzzle Explorer —May 29, 2014— Pablo Cavarez: Sliding Puzzle Explorer is your new hero. The intrepid explorer traverses underground temples like we stroll through the park. His secret is to take things one square at a time. His other secret is to get you to move those squares before taking a single step. The sliding block puzzle game is somewhat similar to Continuity in basic design, but Pablo definitely has the tougher job. How many other puzzle heroes have to use a sword?
  • Scurvy Scallywags hits Android as a free downloadScurvy Scallywags hits Android as a free download —May 28, 2014— Here's some nice news for anybody who likes puzzle games and/or things made by the guy who made Monkey Island. Scurvy Scallywags, the amazingly well-tuned matching game that hit iOS in 2013, has finally worked its way to the green robot devices. It's more than just a blind port, however. Creators Ron Gilbert and Clayton Kauzlaric wanted to experiment with releasing the game for free and supporting it through entirely optional in-app purchases.
  • Mobile Monday N°257Mobile Monday N°257 —May 26, 2014— Look! Glorkian Warrior got an update! Dungelot 2 finally made its way back to iOS! And somehow, a classic creative platform game originally released in 2007 for Nintendo DS got an iOS port.
  • OTTTD (Over the Top Tower Defense) OTTTD (Over the Top Tower Defense) —May 22, 2014— Tower defense games on mobile devices are about as common as ice in an igloo. That's why SMG Studio decided to go all-out with OTTTD. And by "all-out" we mean they crammed in everything they could think of to create a defense game that really is over the top. You'll like it, though, because all of those elements work together to add excitement and depth to a genre that desperately needs a rousing punch in the gut.
  • LumenaLumena —May 21, 2014— By the time you finish reading this sentence, you could have lost three games of Lumena. The high-speed, twitch-based arcade gameplay will be familiar to anyone who tortured their hand eye coordination with the likes of Super Hexagon, only this time around there's a bit of a rhythm aspect to it. Even if you can follow the beat, though, it's still not an easy game. Not by a longshot.
  • Dragon CoinsDragon Coins —May 19, 2014— Though hampered by a lot of grinding, Dragon Coins is still a fun, free, simple, and surprisingly addictive hybrid of Pokemon-style monster catching and battling... and one of those old coin pusher machines your granny likes to put pennies into in Vegas.
  • Pixel FloodPixel Flood —May 18, 2014— Have you ever filled in a sheet of graph paper with tiny designs, just for the sheer zen of it? That's kind of what playing Pixel Flood is like, but on your Android device. Its basic mechanic is the same as many other "color fill" games, but the charming retro pixel graphics and the awesome level design really make this one stand out.
  • Kero BlasterKero Blaster —May 17, 2014— Kero Blaster has arrived! The sidescrolling platform shooter by Studio Pixel looks simple and sweet on the surface, but the difficulty is cranked up high enough to give your reflexes an honest workout. As janitor for the teleporter manufacturer Cat & Frog, your job is to venture out into the dangerous world to fix the company's broken machines. No sweeping or actual repairing involved, just shooting and trying to stay alive!
  • Demons vs Fairyland (Mobile)Demons vs Fairyland (Mobile) —May 16, 2014— The adorable and addictive strategic tower defense hit is now available in delicious iOS flavour! You've kidnapped the kids of Fairyland, and now you must defend them until you can get them to your boss. With all new upgrades, abilities, levels, and an improved balance and UI, this is one mobile game that shines.
  • Monument ValleyMonument Valley —May 15, 2014— Monument Valley is a creative puzzle game that looks like something Wonderputt developer Reece Millidge would create and plays like Echochrome (or BOXGAME, if you like), even though it's made by ustwo, the developer of Whale Trail. Set in a surreal world of shapes and tricky perspectives, you control Ida as she ventures from level to level, walking on walls and twisting platforms as she tries to figure out where she's at and what the heck is going on in this dreamlike world.
  • Dwarven Den —May 14, 2014— You're just minding your own business--well, ransacking an ancient underground city to find the blue gems that once made it famous, but, you know. Doing your dwarfish job. Finding petrified citizens of the city wasn't in the job description, but once you do, everything is going to change! Puzzle your way through this great new mobile mining-puzzle game to find out more.
  • KiwanukaKiwanuka —May 12, 2014— Kiwanuka is a puzzle game that feels a lot like Lemmings, only with lightning and humans instead of lemmings and dirt. You're in charge of a group of humans who have two enormous talents: sticking together as a group, and forming towers and bridges out of their own bodies. The set-up sounds almost too simple in words, but once you see the mad puzzles that require multiple towers drops through swirling insta-death rocks, you'll be thankful there isn't much more to be concerned with.
  • SpellPixSpellPix —May 8, 2014— From mobile puzzle maestro Kris Pixton, SpellPix is a new take on the path-drawing logic puzzle seen in games like HUEBRIX or Conceptis' Link-a-Pix. The idea is to connect the marked letters to an identically marked letter somewhere else on the grid. The path can snake around as much as it likes, but it has to be unbroken. In SpellPix, each grid square has a letter, so with every pair of letters you match up, you'll also spell a word.
  • Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage Kraken PackIcebreaker: A Viking Voyage Kraken Pack —May 7, 2014— More Icebreaker, anyone? Nitrome has released the Kraken Pack for its slice-based physics puzzle mobile game Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage. The update contains new enemies, new characters, new missions, a new branching map with side paths, and a brand new boss fight described as "spectacular"! It also contains 40 new levels, bringing the total number of stages to just over 140. Android users finally have their chance to cut blocks on their devices, as the Kraken Pack also marks Icebreaker's debut on the Google Play marketplace. No downsides, just ice slides!
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