That's one small step for a mobile RPG, one giant leap for sidescrolling action games on iOS! The great thing about a videogame straddling genres is that it can still stand out from the crowd as long as it does one of the things it's billed as exceptionally well, and this is certainly the case with CJ E&M and Mobicle's latest Action RPG offering. Find out how to score a free copy of the game inside!
You might want to sit down for this. We've got an absolutely, positively huge array of amazing iOS games up for grabs this week's contest. Prizes include Death Rally, City of Secrets, Baa! Run, Quietus and just about every iPhone and iPad title Little Grey Media and DigYourOwnGrave have ever made!
Gamevil's Illusia, but on steroids? Yeah, it's kinda like that. Over the past few days iFanzine has spent some quality time with this swiftly approaching title, and we're still nowhere near finishing it despite the number of times we've had our arses handed to us by the player's opposition in Samurai Girl. If you've been waiting for a title that really puts the "action" in Action RPG, check out our preview and you'll see that this one's got your name on it!
The LOL-worthily 'meta' title which pokes good natured fun at the cruel inevitability's of the endless high score genre turns out to be a bit of a red herring, as that's as far as this game's black humor goes, but Gutenberg Neto's App Store debut, The Fish Dies in the End, will still reel younger iOS gamers in...
The kind folks over at AppsJP served as our go-between for an interview with Bow Mobile CEO Ryosuke Jinno. Find out a little more background on the iOS release of Double Dragon, and Bow Mobile's future plans for the game, inside!
In this week's giveaway we've got not one, not two, but three fantastic games up for grabs! Prizes include the definitive edition of Mad 'O' Ball 3D, a smashing exclusive in the shape of the as yet unreleased The Fish Dies in the End and critically acclaimed shoot-em-up Interstellar Force!
Sven Van De Perre of Monkube took some time out from his busy game development schedule to chat with iFanzine. You'll recall Monkube recently brought us "6th Planet," a fusion of game and comic book so interesting, cleverly designed, and well polished that we just had to give it a perfect score. Read inside for the story behind Monkube's debut project, and see whether "6th Planet" is just the tip of the iceberg for this must-watch iOS game development studio!
Up for grabs in this week's giveaway are five codes for Instant Games' innovative sidescrolling adventure Paleolithics. This fun and addictive game, which we recently awarded a well-deserved 4.5/5 stars, puts you in concurrent control of a family of cutesy cave people as they traverse a vibrant Jurrasic world, hunting and being hunted by an array of ferocious creatures, gathering materials and crafting rudimentary tools and weaponry.
There's little doubt that a game of this pedigree has enough high quality content to merit the $15.99 price tag, but nevertheless, its surprise appearance has probably left a lot of iDevice owners thinking they might have to forego the Square Enix RPG goodness this time around. Well, that won't be true for one lucky iFanzine reader! Will it be you? Rev up that Twitter account of yours to find out!
In the wake of the recent devastating earthquake/tsunami in Japan, our good friends at iPhone Gamer UK and AppsJP have teamed up to launch a very special initiative that gives you the opportunity to make a charitable donation to one or more aid organizations and get an awesome iOS game like Double Dragon or Spirits in return.
It might not be that walkabout in Middle-earth you've always dreamed of, but Megara Entertainment's iOS adaptation of the nonlinear gamebook series "Fabled Lands" is still one of the better things to come along since sliced bread. Don't believe us? Then enter the drawing for Megara's massive giveaway for a chance to find out that we're right for free!