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Tiny Death Star: Top 10 tips, hints, and cheats to crush the rebellion faster!

LucasArts and NimbleBit have collaborated on what may be one of the most deviously addictive and adorable mobile games yet - Tiny Death Star. The game uses the same mechanics as NimbleBit's enormously popular game Tiny Towers, but sets the game in the Star Wars universe. Gameplay for Tiny Death Star is simple, but the game isn't easy. That's why we've come up with this guide to Tiny Death Star to help you earn - or cheat - your way to the top!

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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years now available for iPhone and iPad

Square Enix has dropped another premium offering into the App Store today with the launch for iPhone and iPad of Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. The regular Final Fantasy IV game has been available for a little time now, but The After Years is a sequel of sorts taking place 20 years after the events of the original.

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Get a cut price fare in the Crazy Taxi, now just $1.99 on iPhone and iPad

Sega has cut the price of its iOS port of classic title Crazy Taxi by a fair amount, and it can now be yours for just $1.99, down from $3.99. The arcade and Dreamcast title was a favorite of many, and the iOS port lost none of the incredibly fun gameplay of the original. Oh, and the soundtrack is pretty awesome too!

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for iOS 70% off for Thanksgiving

If you're looking for a new iPhone or iPad game to play this weekend then the folks at Capcom have a treat for you. The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney trilogy for iOS is a whopping 70% off for Thanksgiving. The game is a free download with the first two cases to play, but to unlock all three full titles will usually cost you $16.99. Right now, that's down to just $4.99. Crazy!

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Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse, now on iOS!

Disney has published an iOS version of Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse, a reimagining of the classic game originally published for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. This isn't a port of the original Genesis game, though - this is based on the new version which has already been released for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.

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Fight back against the dark forces in Demon Tribe

SEGA has announced the release of Demon Tribe, a game that combines elements of collectible card games, online battle arenas, and RPGs. It was created by Masayoshi Kikuchi, known for his work on the Panzer Dragoon series, the Yakuza series, and Jet Set Radio. You collect and capture new fighters in an effort to form your ultimate team from over 250 unique characters.

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Hatch brings virtual pet gaming into the iPhone age

Hatch for iPhone revives and redefines virtual pet gaming. It's like the Tamagotchis or Giga pets many of us remember growing up with, but taken to an entirely new level. With awesome graphics and tons of items to unlock, there's lots of fun to be had inside the entirely hand drawn world of Hatch.

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Shadowrun: Dragonfall arrives in January with new campaign, features, and more

Harebrained Schemes has announced Shadowrun: Dragonfall, the follow-up to sir successful isometric action title Shadowrun Returns. Dragonfall is an expansion for the original game, and takes place in Berlin. Including the new campaign, there are a number of additions and improvements from Shadowrun Returns.

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Merge: All the fun of Osmosis, all the cuteness of Cut the Rope in one hidden gaming gem!

I've been addicted to Candy Crush Sega for months now, but I've barely played it all this last week. Instead, all my down time has been spent on Merge. That's right, you read me - Merge! It's not the newest game on the App Store by any means, and it hasn't been updated in a year, but it's still a lot of fun, and a welcome change of pace from Candy Crush. Merge has all the fun of Osmosis and all the cuteness of Cut the Rope, all in one!

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Embark on a pirate adventure in Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart

Hidden object games are a great fit for mobile devices because users can scan around a complex image and directly tap the objects they find. But some gamers want more than just objects to find – they seek a little narrative, a slice of adventure. That’s where the Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure (HOPA) genre comes in.

Of the many HOPA developers working on PC and mobile, Poland-based Artifex Mundi is easily one of the best. Their games feature intriguing premises and beautifully painted scenes. Today we look at Nightmares from the Deep: the Cursed Heart, one of Artifex Mundi’s most popular titles.

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