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Third part of 'Game of Thrones' game series due March 24 for Mac, March 26 for iOS

The third episode of Telltale Games' six-part adventure game based on the Game of Thrones HBO TV series from HBO is due for the Mac March 24, followed by the iOS version March 26.

The third part is titled "The Sword in the Darkness" and Telltale has released a quick story summary of what to expect in this episode:

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Candy Crush Soda Saga: How to beat levels 40, 52, 60, 70, and 72

The ultimate guide to beating levels 40, 52, 60, 70, & 72 in Candy Crush Soda Saga!

If you're playing your way through Candy Crush Soda Saga and our basic tips, hints, and cheats just don't seem to be enough for you to get past some of the harder levels, we're here to help!

In this guide we are taking a look at some of the hardest levels to beat out of the first 100 levels. So if you've exhausted all your other options and just can't seem to pass them, follow along for the best tips, hints, and cheats we have to help you pass them!

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"This War of Mine" developers talk Mac

Many game developers don't bother with Mac support, but 11 bit does. Here's why.

11 bit Studios is the game developer behind the popular Anomaly series and This War of Mine, a powerful new game that casts you in the role of a survivor of a civil war trying to scavenge to live in the ruins of a city under siege. I recently took a look at the game and came away impressed. Turns out they have a pretty good attitude about supporting the Mac, too.

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Ubisoft's Driver Speedboat Paradise will splash onto iOS this April

Ubisoft announced today that the next entry into its line of Driver games will be bringing speedboat racing to iOS in April.

Titled "Driver Speedboat Paradise," the game puts players in the shoes of a young speedboat racer as he is enlisted to combat the mafia... by racing speedboats.

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Modern Combat 5: Blackout goes free-to-play on iPhone and iPad

As part of its spring content update, first-person shooter Modern Combat 5: Blackout is going free-to-play on the iPhone and iPad.

Previously available for $5.99, Blackout was one of our favorite games without in-app purchases. The game is now free to download and play, and in-app purchases come along as a part of that.

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Final Fantasy XI is coming to mobile next year

Role-playing game fans can find plenty of mobile Final Fantasy games on the market, with several more like Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius and Final Fantasy Legends: The Space-Time Crystal due out this year. On the whole, they range from re-releases of classics to mash ups of characters from various games to original titles bearing the Final Fantasy name. But there has never been a mobile Final Fantasy MMO in the vein of Final Fantasy XI and XIV… until now.

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Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff kicks off a Star Trek-themed event

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff has started a new, Star Trek-themed event with today's update.

The event sees the crew of the USS Enterprise enter the game, travelling back in time to 2015 in order to protect Stewie Griffin, the genius baby of the Griffin family from the Borg.

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The Last Express Gold Edition arrives on OS X

Classic adventure game The Last Express has made its way to OS X. This new, Gold Edition of the game features a new hint system, an improved interface, and more.

Originally released on Mac OS in 1997, The Last Express takes place on the Orient Express in 1914, were the player steps into the role of Dr. Robert Cath, a fugitive with a mysterious past.

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Nintendo is finally making games for the iPhone and iPad

Nintendo has announced that it will team up with Japanese mobile game publisher DeNA in making a series of games for the iPhone and iPad featuring Nintendo characters.

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Help contribute to the Best Mac Games list

Everyone has their own idea of what the best game should be. Here's your chance to participate.

Best app lists are by their very nature arbitrary; they're usually one person or a small group's opinion. A new focus on crowdsourcing a Best Mac Games list is encouraging everyone to chime in.

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