Games

Walking Dead Season 2 game now available

Telltale Games on Wednesday released the first episode of Walking Dead Season 2, the new installment to their popular (and award-winning) game. It's available for multiple platforms including iOS and Mac.

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Real Racing 3 gets 2 hot new cars and real-time multiplayer

Real Racing 3 just got a pretty impressive bump to version 2.0, bringing with it 2 hot new cars to drive and a brand new, real-time multiplayer mode. Until now, the game has employed Time Shifted Multiplayer for its races, pitting you against real folks' times but not actually racing them in real time. This remains alongside the new mode, which uses Game Center to power the show.

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Original Tomb Raider game swings into action on iPhone and iPad for a dollar

Tomb Raider has become one of the worlds best known gaming franchises, and now you can go back to where it all began on your iPhone and iPad with the release of the very first game to bear the name. Square Enix has today pulled the trigger and delivered us Lara Croft's first adventure for the low low price of $0.99.

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Apple shows us the best iTunes content of 2013

Just as we've opened the voting for the iMore readers choice awards for 2013, Apple has gone and presented to us the best of iTunes from the past 12 months. Apps, movies, TV shows, music, books, podcasts, all are present and correct, with a series of Editors' picks as well as the top selling apps, and a bunch of highlights from this past year.

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Angry Birds Go review: Rovio spins out and crashes into the paywall

Rovio is back, Angry Birds is back, and this time things are a little different. We've still got birds, we've still got green pigs and we've still got catapults, but this is no regular Angry Birds game. This time around, Rovio has gone all Mario Kart on us.

Angry Birds Go! is a free-to-play kart racer that sees our favorite feathered friends hit the race track instead of the skies. It's also a free-to-play title, which means there are ads, and there are in-app purchases. So, has Rovio taken the checkered flag for the win, or spun out and hit the paywall? Lets find out.

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Wake up to Puzzle Retreat's sliding block puzzles

After a weekend spent lazing around the house, partying, or lazily parting, it can be tough to get your mind sharpened back up for the new work week. What better way to get the brain juices flowing than a devious puzzle game?

Puzzle Retreat is just such a game, coming from Australian developer the Voxel Agents. With more 60 free levels of block-sliding challenge (and many more available for in-app purchase), it will thrill - and stump - even the most intellectual gamer.

 

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Family Guy jumping to the smaller screen in 2014 free-to-play title for iOS and Android

Family Guy is heading to the iPhone and iPad – and Android devices – in 2014 in a new simulation game from the team behind The Simpsons: Tapped Out. The new game will be set in Quahog, feature all our favorite characters from the show, and will be free-to-play with in-game 'microtransactions' financing things according to Gamespot:

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MOGA ACE POWER game controller review: Button mashing comes to iPhone!

The MOGA ACE POWER is one of the first MFi (Made for iPhone) game controllers to hit the market. This new generation of Apple-supported, Lightning adapter powered controllers promise even better compatibility and performance, but are they really ready for primetime? Do they make that much of a difference? And can they be used over AirPlay to make a virtual console?

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The Room for iOS now free to try, sequel now available on iPad

BAFTA award winner, The Room, is now free to try for both iPhone and iPad. If you like it, you can unlock all levels for an in-app purchase of $1.99. In The Room, players have to open a series of boxes by solving puzzles and looking for cues around each level. The Room 2 is now available for the iPad with iPhone and Android versions following early next year.

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Aztec Antics review: Grab some controllers, unleash local multiplayer!

If you picked up the recently released MOGA Ace Power Controller for iPhone, you probably want games to play with it. Well, Aztec Antics from UK indie developer Bouncing Ball Limited is a classic arcade-style platformer that packs impressive controller support on both iPhone and iPad. With both a selection of single-player levels with which to chase high scores and an assortment of competitive multiplayer levels, this one should appeal to fans of retro games and/or local multiplayer.

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