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Mobile Monday

JohnBHard to say no to the games featured on this edition of Mobile Monday. Free Angry Birds? Yes, please. A game about a CEO kicking through walls to engage in fisticuffs with werewolves? Ok! Phoenix Wright on iOS in HD? !!!!!!!

phoenix-p.gifNo objections here - Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD is coming to iOS this Thursday. That's really all you need to know. You may now commence celebratory... celebrations. There's been a lot of drama and delay for this game making its way to the U.S. iTunes App Store, but almost a year and a half after it was first announced, Capcom is finally making it happen. The pricing structure is pretty friendly, too, offering a free download with games unlockable with in-app purchases. Here's our premature review of the release: YES.

executive-p.gifC-E-WHOA - You played Pizza vs. Skeletons, right? If not, facepalm yourself. RIGHT. NOW. The "just as amazing as it sounds" arcade game from Riverman Media turned more than a few heads with its... well, it's pizza and skeletons. Now the team has unveiled a new title that's just as likely to make you look twice. The Executive puts you in the shoes of a CEO fighting employees who have turned into werewolves. Talking about the game is madness. Seeing the trailer is so much better. The Executive won't launch until 2014, which is sad. But it exists, which is awesome.

pudding-p.gifFree App of the Week: Angry Birds Space - Each week on the iTunes App Store, Apple drops a single release down to the tasty price of "free". This week, that freebie is Angry Birds Space. Heard of it? Darn tootin' you have. Since space is all vast and (apparently) empty, Angry Birds Space is doing its best to reflect that with a temporary price reduction. Come on, it's Angry Birds. And it's Angry Birds in space!


DMGnome May 27, 2013 12:11 PM

I am both really excited about Ace Attorney�got the first game for iOS a year or two back and loved it�and disappointed that Capcom is going the in-app purchase route.

Is there a way to transfer in-app purchases between devices, if I get a new phone? I don't think there is, though I would be quite happy to be wrong in this regard.

HopefulNebula May 27, 2013 1:59 PM

DMGnome: I can't speak for iDevices, but many Android apps have a "restore purchases" option for IAPs.

GeerBox May 27, 2013 3:13 PM

As I understand it, the "restore purchases" option in iOS, when available, is generally tied to the specific iTunes account name rather than the device. Apparently, it can get a little unintuitive, though. You sometimes may have to go through the motions of purchasing the content before it tells you "Hey, you've already purchased this, so you don't have to pay again" and gives it to you for free.

DMGnome May 27, 2013 5:15 PM

Okay, that's comforting. Thanks for your help, guys.


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