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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 11/10/2017

November 10, 2017 by RSS Feed

Tiny Defense 2 , Motorsport Manager Mobile , Toca Doctor HD and more

iPhone:

Toca Doctor ( $2.99 → Free ) Toca Boca AB Toca Doctor is a collection of 21 puzzles and mini-games. Each game focuses on different parts of the human body and features wacky characters. Your child is able to play at their own pace since there aren’t any timer or other stressful elements, so just hand off your iDevice and let them explore.

iPad:

Toca Doctor HD ( $2.99 → Free ) Toca Boca AB Toca Doctor HD is a collection of 21 puzzles and mini-games. Each game focuses on different parts of the human body and features wacky characters. Your child is able to play at their own pace since there aren’t any timer or other stressful elements, so just hand off your iDevice and let them explore.

Universal:

Tiny Defense 2 ( $2.99 → Free ) Picsoft Studio The enemy is everywhere, but there’s hope as long as you have your army of Minirobots on your side. Units can be placed almost anywhere on the battlefield with a tap. Just make sure you place the ground units on the ground and air units in the air within the side-view grid. Collect energy crystals to expand your army and the bolts from your fallen enemies to upgrade units. The game includes 100 levels, 40 robot types including classics from the original game, 20 mini-games, and iCloud support.

Motorsport Manager Mobile ( $1.99 → Free ) Christian West In Motorsport Manager, strategy is key. Make the wrong move and your entire team will fail. As the boss, your job is to hire drivers, develop your car, invest in technology, and formulate a pitstop plan. Then put your car and driver on the track and watch the race play out in-real time. If you like, you can be even more hands-on during the race by jumping into the strategy screens to react to weather changes, crashes, and safety car periods.

Simpler Pro ( $3.99 → Free ) YT Development Ltd If you're like most of iPhone users, you enter a new contact when needed and never think much more about the entry from there. However, on occasion, you may realize, somehow, your address book contains two entries of the same person or lacks a photo so that you can easily recognize who it is. These instances are when Simpler can bring a huge relief. Once authorized to access your current address book, Simpler identifies any redundant people and offers to merge the entries as well as can recognize if an entry is missing a portrait photo, then offers one up from another source, such as Facebook -- after asking for access permission, of course. Lastly, you can further protect your data or share it in bulk by allowing Simpler to export or backup the contacts database, either to Simpler’s secure servers, another popular cloud service, or just transferring the data using email.

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Visit Surreal Dreamscapes in Ruya, a Charming Puzzle Game

November 09, 2017 by RSS Feed

Ruya ($0.99) by Miracle Tea Studios is a tranquil puzzle game that is perfect to unwind with after a long day. If you enjoyed recent titles like ERMO, Campfire Cooking, and PUSH, then you will love what Ruya has to offer.

I tend to think of myself as a person who gets worried and stressed out over almost anything, so you can only imagine how hectic life can be. When I'm feeling overwhelmed, I like to just sit down and play some video games. My preferred cup of tea for iOS games are puzzles, of course, because they're relaxing and stimulating. So when I saw Ruya, I knew that this was something I had to have. Needless to say, this one does not disappoint.

$1.99

ERMO

Giuseppe La Torre

$3.99

Campfire Cooking

Layton Hawkes

$0.99

"PUSH"

Maciej Targoni

Visually, Ruya is beautiful with a simple and clean design. Everything is rendered in 2D, but the artwork seems to pop thanks to the subtle backgrounds. The setting of Ruya takes place in a world of dreams, so you get to see a variety of surreal landscapes. The color palette in Ruya ranges with a nice mix of soft pastels and bolder hues that provide nice contrast with the darker background shades. The ambient soundtrack is packed with tranquil nature sounds, such as rainfall, snow, and wind, so it's the ultimate atmospheric experience. The sound effects as you connect the pieces together are also soothing.

Like many other puzzle games, Ruya is level-based. There are eight chapters, with eight levels each. In the beginning of each level, you get to see a memory of Ruya's, so a story unfolds as you make progress.

Each puzzle must be completed before players can move on to the next one, so it's fairly linear. There are no hints either, but the game does not require any, as the entire experience is designed to help you relax.

The game does not have a star system, points, or even impose a time limit, so you can play at your own pace. The only restriction are the number of moves you're allotted per stage, but even this is not a big deal. The puzzles can get challenging, but they can all be solved within a few attempts.

So how do you play? Every stage features a different layout on the grid, and there will be some colored pieces to start with. If a piece is in a bubble, that means it takes two matches to clear it out, and the bubble nets you some extra moves, which can be rather helpful. At the bottom are colored characters to match with the game pieces on the board. A number on them indicates the amount of colored pieces you need to complete the puzzle.

At the top, Ruya appears and can add more colored pieces to the board if needed — just tap on an empty space for her to add a piece (this doesn't count as a move). There's also a specific pattern shown that you need to match when you connect like-colored pieces together for it to count. To connect the pieces together, just use your finger to trace a line through the pieces you want to use.

If the board fills up and there are no possible moves left, you lose a move and the board gets reshuffled. More moves are added if you pop the bubbles that pieces are in, and those don't count until they're popped, adding to the challenge.

Ruya is a fantastic gem of a puzzle game for those seeking a zen-like experience.

The Good

Ruya is a fantastic gem of a puzzle game for those seeking a zen-like experience. The game features adorable and endearing graphics that are colorful and appealing. The sound design is well done, adding an extra layer to the overall mood of the game. I love the dreamscapes that the game features, because it definitely helps me de-stress after a long day. While the gameplay is not completely original, the developers added enough differences in it to make it unique and distinctive from the competition.

The puzzles in Ruya go from simple to a bit more difficult at a gradual pace. However, every stage can be completed after a few tries, so it's never overwhelmingly difficult. This is a game that everyone can enjoy, and it's a wonderful way to just kick back and relax.

The Bad

While Ruya is an excellent game, it may not be challenging enough for those seeking something more stimulating. If that's what you're after, then you should probably look elsewhere. But if you just want a game to take your mind off of things for a bit, then this is perfect.

The verdict

I've only started playing Ruya this morning, but I fell in love immediately. The game's cute visuals are bound to melt your heart, and the music is delightful. Controls are intuitive, and the game does a good job of explaining how to play with the subtle tutorial in the beginning. Discovering Ruya's memories is a pleasant journey, and nothing feels overwhelming. The only thing that could improve this game is more levels in the future, so hopefully the developers have considered that. This is a game that I'm going to keep coming back to time and time again until it's finished.

I highly recommend grabbing Ruya if you're a fan of peaceful puzzle games. You can find Ruya on the App Store as a universal download for your iPhone and iPad for just $0.99. There are no in-app purchases.

9.1

OVERALL

Graphics 10

Sound/Music 10

Game Controls 9

Replayability 8

Gameplay 8.5

$0.99

Ruya

Miracle Tea Studios

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 11/09/2017

November 09, 2017 by RSS Feed

Avid Sports Chat , My Little Princess : Castle , Catch a Color Deluxe - Casual Ball Dropping Game and more

iPhone:

Avid Sports Chat ( $1.99 → Free ) Avid AI Inc Avid Sports Chat provides a totally new way to follow your favorite teams and players. To get things started, you’ll have to chat with a bot in order to help determine your favorite players, teams, and sports. The app will then scour the web to ensure you never miss out on another score, highlight, or breaking news article. Group chats allow for good-natured banter amongst friends, or you can enter the “Sports Bar” and make your opinions public. Messages from the Sports Bar can be inserted into private conversations as well. Avid Sports Chat covers all of your favorite sports from the NFL and NBA to MMA and Formula 1.

Anchor Pointer ( $2.99 → Free ) Alexander Deplov We really enjoy using Anchor Point because of its simplicity. Just tap the “Add Anchor” button to pinpoint your location, and attach a name and icon to it. The location will be stored in your personal list where you can also share it with your friends. When you want to make your way back to your anchor point, just follow the compass or view the directions on the built-in map.

Universal:

My Little Princess : Castle ( $2.99 → Free ) My Town Games LTD My Little Princess is a virtual dollhouse. It’s filled with 12 rooms that’ll allow your child to play and create. All of the rooms are highly interactive and can be littered with various characters, accessories, and props. Like all other games from the developer, your child can enjoy the content without any pressure. Just tap and swipe to see what happens.

Catch a Color Deluxe - Casual Ball Dropping Game ( $0.99 → Free ) Andrey Spencer Catch a Color will put your reflexes to the test. It features three different game modes, but all have the same general concept. Balls fall from the top of the screen, and you must tap to swap the buckets at the bottom in order to get them into their matching buckets. Easy mode has balls dropping only down the center, and hard mode has them dropping in three different spots. A level mode requires you to last a specific amount of time.

Toca Hair Salon ( $2.99 → Free ) Toca Boca AB Look at that hair! Tock Hair Salon allows you and your child to create some of the wackiest hairstyles ever seen. Your child can choose from six adorable characters and give them brand new hairdos. As your child shampoos, combs, cuts, and colors hair, the character will react with funny faces and sounds. The app includes a wide variety of trimming and styling tools, 12 hair colors, loads of accessories to add, and the ability to take snapshots of their unique creations.

DMD Panorama ( $1.99 → Free ) Dermandar DMD Panorama will take your panorama game to a whole new level. It allows you to capture full 360 degree cylindrical panoramas with either the front- or back-facing camera on your iDevice. You’re able to upload your favorites for the entire DMD community to see, export them as looping videos, embed them on your blog, or simply share them with friends and family. The app also includes a variety of advanced camera settings, and the ability to order prints of your work.

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Dabble in the Mysteries of the Arcane in Peregrin

November 08, 2017 by RSS Feed

Peregrin ($3.99) by Domino Digital Limited is a story puzzle game that mixes in elements of sci-fi, myths, and fantasy. If you enjoyed recent games like Deus Ex GO and Lara Croft GO, then you will like what Peregrin has to offer. It's another game that first made its debut on Steam, and is now available on iOS.

Life has been rather hectic for me as of late, so I like to turn to my trusty old remedy for relaxation: video games. Even though I get a kick out of total destruction sometimes (as with Runic Rampage), I vastly prefer relaxing with a good storyline and stimulating puzzles. When I saw Peregrin on the App Store, I was intrigued by the screenshots. Honestly, I had no idea about this game's existence before I saw it on the App Store, so I didn't play it on Steam when it came out in August. But now that it's on mobile, I can enjoy it on-the-go with my iPhone 8 Plus. This is one stellar puzzle adventure that doesn't disappoint.

$4.99

Deus Ex GO

SQUARE ENIX Ltd

$4.99

Lara Croft GO

SQUARE ENIX Ltd

Visually, Peregrin stuns with a gorgeous 3D rendered world that's full of nature and wonder. The game features a top-down perspective that makes it easy to see everything that's happening on the screen at once. There are over 60 different landscapes that players will find themselves in, and each one looks beautiful and is packed with an incredible amount of detail. While character models appear a tad smaller than I'd like, you can still easily recognize each model (of main protagonist Abi and the various creatures) from a distance. Peregrin features a wide range of colors, from bright and vibrant shades to muted, gloomier tones, depending on where you are in the story.

The music in Peregrin is originally composed to provide an atmospheric experience as you play. The track that plays in the background helps provide an overall dark and gloomy tone to the game, though the sound effects are rather whimsical. Peregrin also features a complete narrative that is voiced in English, and the dialogue is rich and immersive. It helps you get acquainted and attached to the characters that you'll come across in the story.

Peregrin is divided into five chapters, and each one plays like an episode and features various landscapes to explore. In Peregrin, players take control of the main protagonist, Abi, as she leaves her scavenger tribe to set out on a journey on her own in the wastelands of the divide. Along the way, she'll discover mysterious monoliths and weird artifacts that reveal the secrets of the fallen lands. It's an interesting, unique story and world, and Abi's arcane powers just add to the enigma of Peregrin.

Each chapter is made up of a collection of puzzles that lead right into one another. It's fairly linear, as you can't make progress without completing the current puzzle. You also can't go back and do a previous sector, unless you want to start the chapter over from the beginning. In each chapter, Abi navigates through a series of connected rooms, and there's always a puzzle to solve in it before she can advance.

Controls in Peregrin are simple and intuitive. To have Abi move, just tap on where you want her to go. If she's unable to go to that spot, you'll see a red indicator on the screen saying you can't go there. There's a large, monolithic stone that's somewhere on the stage, and Abi must reach it and activate it. Once it's activated, a light aura extends outward from the stone, filling in the gloom world with color and life.

When Abi is in this field of energy, she can use her arcane powers to take control of creatures, from animals to the divide's hostile guardians. To do this, just tap on the button in the top right corner and then tap a creature while Abi is in the aura. Each creature can do a different task, and their abilities are needed to solve the puzzles.

For example, the large troll is able to lift heavy objects like boulders and barrels. This provides Abi safe passageway, especially when the objects can block laser beams. If she takes control of a large frog-like critter, it can help lure other animals to certain spots or even activate switches from afar.

While the touch controls work well, if you have a MFi controller, you'll be glad to know that there's full support for them.

I mentioned hostile guardians. These guys are easily recognizable because of their shadowy, evil appearance and the dark, smokey mist that surrounds them. Once Abi enters their field, combat begins. Abi can approach a guardian and kill it, but if another guardian gets to her or hits her with a projectile attack, then she's dead.

There's a trick to combat in Peregrin. The moment Abi is in the dark mist, tap on the button to activate her arcane mind-controlling powers. Then select a guardian to take control of, and have it attack the others. But make your decision wisely — the combat sequences are puzzles themselves, as you need to find the correct sequence of actions to take them all out without getting hurt in the process.

Peregrin is a fantastic combination of challenging puzzles and strategic combat. The game also has achievements to obtain if you like to strive for perfection, and it's an overall joy to play.

A beautifully rendered adventure game with a mythical storyline.

The Good

For a game that only came out on Steam just a few months ago, I'm surprised at how fast it ended up on iOS. But I'm glad that it's available to play on-the-go, because the mobile version is excellent.

The visual style in Peregrin is gorgeous and it proves to be some fantastic eye candy. Seriously, the graphics are amazing and remind me of the GO games from Square Enix. I'm also a sucker for amazing game soundtracks, and Peregrin has that too. I'd recommend playing this game with headphones for a truly immersive and engaging experience, especially with the well done voice work.

The controls are simple and intuitive enough for anyone to play the game. Peregrin's puzzles are definitely ones that make you think, because the game starts off easy but things get tricky soon enough. The combat is distinctive and not as you'd expect at first, but the strategy involved makes you think before you move. The achievements help keep players motivated to keep coming back for more.

The Bad

While Peregrin is a great game, it's not perfect. I do wish that you could go back to previous stages without having to restart the chapter. And some of the puzzles get super difficult, so maybe having a hint system would be nice.

The verdict

While I may not have heard of Peregrin until recently, it's an excellent game that is worth your time. The game's graphics are top notch, and the music and sound is great. Plus, if you are one to appreciate great story and narrative, then the rich voice work is definitely worth listening to. Peregrin's puzzles and combat is a unique combination that proves challenging, and players will want to come back for more.

I recommend giving Peregrin a try if you're a fan of mythical fantasy and sci-fi themes with stimulating puzzles to solve. Peregrin is available on the App Store as a universal download for your iPhone and iPad for just $3.99.

8.9

OVERALL

Sound/Music 10

Game Controls 9

Gameplay 9

Replayability 8

Graphics 8.5

$3.99

Peregrin

Domino Digital Limited

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 11/08/2017

November 08, 2017 by RSS Feed

Tap Tap Evil Mastermind , Shape Game & Colors App Preschool Games for Kids , RunCadence Mobile and more

iPhone:

RunCadence Mobile ( $2.99 → Free ) RunCadence, LLC. You may not realize it, but your cadence could be having an adverse effect on your running. But don’t worry, RunCadence is here to help! First, you’ll want to learn your cadence by running at a consistent, moderate intensity for one full minute. The app will then provide you with a cadence summary, which will help improve your running by reducing shock impact. The next time you go for a run, set your target cadence and monitor to the best of your ability. You’ll see results in no time.

Tape ( $0.99 → Free ) Alexander Rutkowskij Tape will liven up any party. It’s a cassette player emulator that features 16 cassette styles to choose from along with four fonts. The controls are entirely gesture-driven, allowing you to pause, go to the next song, go to the previous song, and change cassettes with swipes.

Universal:

Tap Tap Evil Mastermind ( $1.99 → Free ) PIXIO LIMITED In Tap Tap Evil Mastermind, hard work pays off. You’ve been recruited into the ranks of The League of Evil in order to be molded into their latest evil mastermind. Use your tapping skills to acquire wealth and invest it in the dark and seedy black market. The more massive your bank account becomes, the more henchmen you can employ and upgrades you can make to your secret headquarters. Be greedy. Be ruthless. Be an evil mastermind.

Shape Game & Colors App Preschool Games for Kids ( $2.99 → Free ) Eggroll Games LLC Various amounts of cards will appear on the screen face down. Your child can tap on them to reveal what’s on the flip side. They must then find all of the matching pairs of shapes and colors to complete each game. When tapped on, your child is able to hear the object or color pronounced. The app also includes a Show Me mode where the cards are all face up, making it easier to play.

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