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JoyBits's latest game, Doodle Tanks, drives onto iPhone and iPad

Publisher JoyBits has launched yet another of its Doodle games for the iPhone and iPad. It's called Doodle Tanks and it gives the player a chance to design their own WWII-themed tank or armored vehicle.

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Snake Rewind is a classic reboot coming to iOS on May 14

The original creator of Snake has teamed up with Rumilus Design to reboot the classic game for modern smartphones.

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Star Wars fans rejoice! X-Wing, TIE Fighter games return to Mac

GOG.com has updated its recent releases of the vintage LucasArts X-Wing and TIE Fighter games with Mac support.

GOG.com recently made a splash by re-releasing vintage Star Wars games previously published by LucasArts on their digital rights management (DRM)-free gaming service, but Mac users were disappointed to see that X-Wing and TIE Fighter weren't available for their platform (LucasArts did release Mac versions, back in the day). Now that's been fixed, and Linux users get some joy too.

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Empires & Allies commands and conquers its way to iPhone and iPad

Zynga has officially launched Empires & Allies, a new mobile real-time strategy game created by some of the team members behind the classic Command and Conquer series.

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Grim Fandango Remastered brings the classic LucasArts adventure game to the iPhone and iPad

Grim Fandango Remastered, a graphically updated version of the classic and acclaimed LucasArts adventure game, is now out for the iPhone and iPad.

The original version of the game was first released for Windows PCs in 1998, and was an instant critical success, and has since become known as one of the best video games of all time.

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Portal Pinball will prove the cake is a lie when it's released for Zen Pinball in May

Zen Studios is teaming up with Valve for Portal Pinball, a new table for the Zen Pinball games for the iPhone and iPad. The new table will be released the week of May 25.

Portal Pinball will bring Valve's world of Aperture Science, which it created for the classic puzzle games Portal and Portal 2, down to a pinball table.

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Looking for Mac strategy games? Check out this roundup!

Whether your tastes turn to real time or turn-based strategy games, you're bound for challenge. Here's a roundup of some of the best you can get for the Mac.

Strategy games have always had an important place in the pantheon of Mac games. And there are some absolutely terrific ones that will occupy hours of your free time which you can download right now.

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Marvel Future Fight is the mobile superhero game you've been waiting for

Avengers: Age of Ultron opens tomorrow in the US. It has been three long years since we've seen Marvel's squad of superheroes team up against a common foe, and fans are hyped! What better way get even more hyped before the film (or keep the hype going after it ends) than a game featuring not only all of the Avengers, but also loads more Marvel characters all teaming up to save the world?

Today Netmarble released just such a game on mobile: Marvel Future Fight. The game lets players collect and build up a team of good and bad guys from the Marvel movies and comics and then put them to work stopping an interdimensional threat. Most excitingly, Marvel Future Fight actually looks and plays really well – it's practically a successor to the Marvel Ultimate Alliance series.

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Galaga and TEKKEN are mashed up in new space shooter for the iPhone and iPad

Two Namco Bandai game franchises, the space shooter Galaga and the fighting game TEKKEN, get mashed together in a new game for the iPhone and iPad.

Galaga : TEKKEN 20th Anniversary Edition is a free game designed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the TEKKEN series by putting its characters inside a version of the classic Galaga space shooter.

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Avernum 2 developer pulling the plug on iOS game development

A long-time game developer is saying goodbye to iOS development, citing constant changes made to iOS that made building his games problematic.

Jeff Vogel, the man behind Spiderweb Software and developer of games such as Avernum, Avadon, and their sequels, is pulling the plug on iOS development of his games.

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