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Best iPhone and iPad apps of the week

Boy howdy, it's been awhile since we've done a round-up of the best iPhone and iPad apps of the week, eh? In our ongoing mission to bring you the latest and greatest of the App Store, we've rounded up these five apps that have been released in the last 7 days. This week we've got a lot of creative apps for making something to share with the world, but also a few to help you zone out and disconnect. Dive in and be sure to let us know about your favorite iOS app releases this week in the comments!

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Gameloft teases more details about Modern Combat 5: Blackout

Gameloft has unveiled more details about its upcoming military shooter, Modern Combat 5: Blackout. The title and certain story details were revealed last month, but now we have some information on two new major features: unified progression and character classes.

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Record Run by Harmonix runs into the App Store

Harmonix the developers behind Rock Band, have released their first mobile game, Record Run. An endless runner that we first saw at GDC, Record Run sees you chasing records in an odd musical world.

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From Colossal Cave to The Walking Dead: The legacy of Interactive Fiction

The enormously popular Walking Dead video game series can trace its lineage directly back to the dawn of video games

One of the best Mac and iOS game series of the past couple of years is based on The Walking Dead, the popular graphic novel and TV series. Developed by Telltale Games, it's a point and click adventure game. It's thoroughly modern, featuring top-notch voice acting, a 3D engine and great production quality. It can also trace its roots back to some of the earliest popular computer games, a genre called Interactive Fiction, or IF for short.

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Slingshot Braves pulls back and fires onto iOS

Role-playing games are a dime a dozen on the App Store. How does a new RPG stand out? Slingshot braves from Japanese developer COLOPL does so by using a unique slingshot mechanic. Pull back on your hero, let go, and watch him or her fly into the enemy like a cue ball. It’s a different and surprisingly fun way to kill monsters on your iPhone or iPad.

Read on to learn about more features like online co-op that make this free to play RPG worth a download.

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2048: Top 7 tips, hints, and cheats to help you stack your way to a higher score!

How to work the board and plan your moves to achieve your best score in 2048 yet!

2048 is a matching game where your job is to combine matching tiles to create larger numbered tiles. When there are no more moves left and the board is full, the game is over. If you want to get to the mythical 2048 tile, you'll have to think strategically and plan your moves carefully. Here are some tips and cheats on how to work your way up to a better score each and every time in 2048!

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Solve crimes for free with CSI: Hidden Crimes on iOS

Procedural crime shows like CSI (Crime Scene Investigations) can be difficult to adapt to games. But one genre that fits those shows (and mobile) very well is hidden object games. Just as the cops and detectives have to search for clues in order to solve a case, so can players search for items and perform minigames relating to the police work simulated by these shows.

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Celebrate May 4th with a bunch of reductions on Star Wars games for Mac!

May the fourth be with you this coming Sunday and Aspyr Media has a bunch of Star Wars games for Mac on sale to help you celebrate. We're looking at good savings too on titles such as Knights of the Old Republic and Empire At War of 60% on the regular purchase price. So not to be sniffed at if you've yet to pick them up.

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Intake for iPad review

Intake landed on iPad today, offering an insane amount of challenge in a really unique package. In short, pills fall from the top of the screen, and you have to tap them before they hit the bottom. They'll come in one of two different colors, and you need to switch between those two colors by tapping the bar at the bottom of the screen. If you have the right color active while tapping the right pill, you get extra points and earn a score multiplier if you can keep a string of them going. Even if the pill hits the bottom, if you have the same color active, you'll be shielded from an overdose. If you hit certain waypoints, such as level 25, you can chose to start there rather than from the beginning, though expect a challenge.

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Tony Hawk's Shred Session coming to iOS this summer

A new iOS game by Tony Hawk is coming called Shred Session which promises to combine familiar lane-based endless running with gesture-based skateboard tricks.

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