Welcome to iFanzine’s Weekly News Roundup, where we take a quick look at 5 of the most interesting Apple and iOS gaming-related stories of the week. Today’s instalment includes: some stunningly beautiful new Sky artwork, Monument Valley 2’s first ever sale, a huge update to REKT, and more!
IGN has once again gotten the scoop on new details about thatgamecompany’s eagerly anticipated Journey follow-up, Sky. Click the link in the tweet above to feast your eyes on a gallery of exclusive new Sky images, each of which includes commentary from an artist or animator who’s working on the game. If you haven’t seen it yet, IGN also recently posted a 6-minute preview of Sky to their YouTube channel.
‘Monument Valley 2’ Is on Sale for the First Time Ever!
Monument Valley 2, the recently released sequel to what’s widely considered to be one of the best mobile games in existence, is on sale for a limited time only forjust $1.99 (down from $4.99)! Like its predecessor, MV2 is a complete and utter masterpiece, so getting it at that low of a price is a steal. Oh, and if you’re looking for more Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals on iOS games, be sure to check out our complete roundup here.
If you still haven’t checked out Little Chicken Game Company’s spectacularly fun and addictivestunt-based driving gameREKT, there’s never been a better time to do so. As promised in our interview with Little Chicken’s CEO Yannis Bolman earlier this year, a huge update has just landed for REKT that comes packing a wealth of new content, including a new arena, a new practice mode, and a whole bunch of new unlockable vehicles.
The award for this week’s funniest tweet definitely goes to Amanita Design. The indie studio recently shared the above screenshot of Samorost 3, along with an observation from a player that it kinda-sorta makes it look like the game’s main character “lives in a penis.” Huh. We can’t say we’ve ever noticed. But to be fair, now that it’s been pointed out, we can’t unsee the phallic-ness of the structure. What do you think?
Feral Interactive’s no holds barred mobile port of acclaimedracing gameGRID Autosport is set to hit the App Store tomorrow for the price of $9.99. The game looks beyond stunning, but before youget too excited, it’s worth noting a couple of things. 1) GRID Autosport requires iOS 11 and 8GB of free space to run, and 2) it’s only compatible with a very small handful of recent gen iPhones and iPads. Update: The game’s out now!