Games

Hands-on with Galaxy on Fire: Alliances

Be sure to check out the fifteen-minute Extended Edition Director's Cut below!

Fishlabs was quietly showing off an alpha build of their upcoming free-to-play galactic empire game, Galaxy on Fire: Alliance at GDC 2013, and we got some time to play around with it.

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Halfbrick announces Fish Out of Water

Halfbrick Studios, the fine folks behind such classics as Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, announced a brand new property at GDC 2013 called Fish out of Water. It takes the highly-recognized long-toss type of game and adds in a bunch of interesting elements, including weather and crafting.

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Might and Magic: Duel of Champions bringing sword and sorcery trading card game to iPad

We took some time at PAX East 2013 to visit Ubisoft to see what they were up to. Obviously the new Assassin's Creed III content was a welcome sight to many, but Might and Magic: Duel of Champions has a lot of great things go for it.

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Eon Altar puts iPad twist on classic social role-playing games

Eon Altar is a really innovative iOS role playing game that was announced on Kickstarter a few weeks back, and we got a chance to play around with it at PAX East 2013. The gist is that one central tablet acts as a board for multiple players to share, while they still manage their characters and actions from their own iOS devices.

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Hands-on with Frontline Commando: D-Day

We swung by the Glu offices while prepping for GDC 2013 today to check out their next Frontline Commando game, due to launch this Thursday. You'll find a lot of the same third-person, duck-and-cover action of the franchise, along with a few new elements that really sets it apart.

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Son makes £3,700 in app purchases, policeman father reports him for fraud

A U.K. policeman has reported his own 13-year-old son for fraud after the young man racked up a £3,700 charge for in-app purchases on his iPad that Apple refused to refund. The officer, Doug Crossan, says that his son was not aware that he was being charged for these downloads, and that he wants Apple to cancel the charge. Apple has refused to do so, so in order to get his money back, he reported the purchases as fraudulent.

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Editors' Choice: Asphalt 7: Heat, Digifit, TV Forecast, and more

Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a couple word games, a TV guide, a fitness app, a racing game, and an iBook.

To see what we picked, follow along after the break!

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Little Things Forever for iPhone and iPad review

Little Things Forever is an iPhone and iPad game where you must seek and find little items that are part of an artistic patchwork. As you find items, you collect puzzles pieces to solve the 9 different included puzzles.

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Simple Mind Games for iPhone review

Simple Mind Games is a fun little collection of brain teasers that will test your memory and problem solving skills. It features 8 mini games: Spelling, Flash, Shapes, Maths, Order, Reaction, Recall, and Match.

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Ridiculous Fishing - A Tale of Redemption offers radical nautical fun for iPhone and iPad

Ridiculous Fishing by Vlambeer offers just exactly what the name implies. You fish, after a fashion, and then things get utterly ridiculous. The premise is simple if mysterious: Billy, a fisherman with a past, takes to the seas for a heroes journey, and a quest for redemption. The gameplay is straightforward if chaotic: slip your hook as deeply as you can, then yank it back, catch as many fish as possible, launch them into the air, and use whatever firearms you have to blow them to gill bits.

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