Games

Instapuzzle for iPhone review: Unscramble your Instagram photos in this fun puzzler

Instapuzzle for iPhone is a fun little game that cuts up Instagram photos into little square, scrambles them, and leaves it to you reassemble. The goal is to put the photo back together in as little moves and as quickly as possible.

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The Sims 4 headed to Mac, PC in 2014

Electronic Arts announced Monday that The Sims 4 is currently in development and will be released in 2014. It's coming to both OS X and Windows.

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown - Elite Edition ships for Mac

Feral Interactive has released XCOM: Enemy Unknown for the Mac. The turn-based tactical role-playing game, originally developed by Firaxis, appears in a Mac-exclusive "Elite Edition" that combines previously-released downloadable content including the Slingshot and Elite Soldier Packs along with the Second Wave update.

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Pangea's iOS games free until Friday morning

Looking for some fun games for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, but don't want to pony up any cash for them? Pangea Software has you covered. They've released all of their iOS games for free, but act fast, because on Friday morning they go back to their usual prices, anywhere from $1 to $4 each.

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SimCity coming to Mac on June 11

EA has announced that the latest version of their SimCity game will be arriving on mac on June 11 through their digital distribution service, Origin. Count yourself lucky, Mac owners, to have been spared the poopstorm that was the PC launch of the new SimCity game.

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Haunted Hollow makes spooking competitive

Firaxis, best known for their work on the popular XCOM and Civilization games, are jumping into mobile with their first iPad title, Haunted Hollow. We checked it out at GDC 2013 with their publisher 2K, and it's shaping up to be really interesting.

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Third Eye Crime - a unique mix of pathfinding gameplay and film noir

Third Eye Crime is a promising puzzle game for iOS that we got to spend some time playing at GDC 2013. Players have to guide a thief through a maze filled with security guards without getting caught. Sounds simple, right? Wait until you see how many guards there are later on in the game and how big their guns are. Luckily, your character can read minds, so you can see where guards have visibility, and around which corners they think you are.

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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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