In today’s indie spotlight, we take a look at Cherry Star Asteroid Smasher, a sidescrolling action game from Mexican developer Mars Studios. This mobile title takes inspiration from old-school video games and combines it with aesthetic of anime from the end of the twentieth century to create a look and feel all its own. Within this nostalgic world, players then take the role of psychic spacewomen Cherry Star and must use her psychic powers to defeat the evil entity ZEA and save the universe.
For a closer look, gander down below at a list of the game’s features straight from Mars Studios:
• An epic story narrated as comic. • Fight against hundreds of [...]
Skyhill is a point & click/survival horror/rogue-like hybrid. How do we feel about it? Watch the video review by APGNation newcomer Matthew Ball.
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Title: Magic Duels Publisher: Wizards of the Coast Developer: Stainless Games Console: Steam, Android, Xbox one, Xbox 360 Release Date: 7/9/2014
The Magic: The Gathering Trading Card Game is not new to the video game scene, with yearly forays of The Duels of the Planeswalkers, enjoying steady release dates over the past few years it’s become an expectation that every summer a new title will make its way onto Steam and consoles with the new card collection from the past year. The Duels of the Planeswalkers titles have always been the fun-size and priced version of the behemoth physical card game and the over decade-old Magic: The Gathering Online, but this year Wizards of [...]
Nintendo in partnership with mobile developer Niantic Inc. will be releasing Pokémon GO in early 2016 for both iOS and Android users. The app will allow players to catch, train, battle, and even trade their Pokémon with others across the world. It utilizes GPS technology to place unique specimens in areas closest to the player and all over the world.
Players can explore their neighborhoods and communities to find unique Pokémon. They then can use poke balls to capture them and begin training. This is an incredible experience for fans as it is the first game to allow an open-world version of gameplay. Many have been [...]
The much loved RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 has been released on iOS today. iPhone users will be able to download a copy right now if they want to dive into that early 2000’s gaming nostalgia. Unlike some other high-profile mobile ports of popular and beloved games, there is no free-to-play or in-app purchases. This comes as a breath of fresh air, given that most remakes go down this route. The game will set you back $3.99, but that’s a pretty small amount to be able to relive some of your favourite childhood memories.
RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 comes with; 18 different scenario’s from the original game, 100 pre-built roller coasters, a fully [...]
A brand new set hits Hearthstone this August, as The Grand Tournament debuts with 132 new cards for players to add to their collection. This new set also adds the keyword ability Inspire to the mix, with cards who’s true worth can only be unlocked with a bit of help from a player’s Hero and their unique power, creating new strategies and tactics for players both new and old to try their hand at.
The Grand Tournament transports brave Hearthstone duelists to the frigid continent of Northrend, where the heroes of the Argent Crusade once held a tournament to coax out Azeroth’s greatest fighters—and prepare them to battle the undead legions [...]
Developer: Enter Skies Publisher: tinyBuild Platforms: PC, iOS, Android Release Date: May 14th (iOS), June 2nd (Android), May 15, 2014 (PC) Price:$3.99 (App Store/GooglePlay Store), $6.99 (Steam)
A review copy of the game was provided for the purposes of this article.
Fearless Fantasy seeks to be a few things at once it seems. It is a parody of RPGs that feature the sort of tropes we’re used to, a glib main character that is far too cool for his own good and a damsel in distress. Thankfully she isn’t in distress for too long and, instead, joins the fight. It isn’t long after that our the classic bruiser joins the mix and the core of the team is formed. [...]
Developer: Netmarble Games Publisher: Netmarble Games Release Date: April 30th, 2015 Platforms: Android, iOS Reviewed on: Android (Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4″)
A review copy was provided by Netmarble Games
Mobile games have been an extremely hit-or-miss venture since their explosion a few years ago, especially the free-to-play (F2P) variety. Countless game developers have released games trying to pass for F2P, only falling into the trap of pay-to-win – where users who spend the most money have the biggest advantage. It takes a delicate balance between the two to satisfy free players and paying players, and I was extremely relieved to find that Marvel’s Future Fight [...]
After much demand from its fanbase, Twitch has announced that its popular Video On Demand service will finally be coming to mobile devices. With Twitch VOD, you can watch highlights and past video broadcasts of popular users who have enabled Twitch’s HLS feature. You can access VOD on your mobile device in two different ways:
If you’re watching a live channel, tap the Activity Feed icon located on the player. For iOS this is on the top left of the player, and for Android it’s on the bottom left.
If you’re on the Search page or Following directory, tapping any offline channel will also take you directly to the Activity [...]
Developer: Double Fine Productions Publisher: Double Fine Productions / Nordic Games (Retail) Release Date: April 28, 2015 (Retail) Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux (Steam), Ouya, iOS, Android, PS4, PS Vita Reviewed On: PS4, PS Vita
A review copy was provided by the publisher for this article.
Vella woke from her restless nap with a grim disposition. Tradition stated that her time had come, hadn’t it? Tribute had to be paid, and that meant she, along with other such “worthy sacrifices”, would be gussied up and presented in a festive row of bombastic hues. Young girls gathered up like freshly frosted cupcakes for a denizen of the deep to consume. Mog [...]