Anyone that is a fan of turn based strategy titles and the owner of either an iOS device or Android device will probably be familiar with Rubicon Development. Rubicon created a turn based strategy war game called Great Big War Game and some other titles. Now, they are taking a stab at the fantasy realm with Combat Monsters.
When Mario took to the race track, it was an unknown situation- never before had a gaming mascot as popular as Mario taken to such a drastic change from the norm. Sure, Mario had already shown he could find success with games othe than action adventure before, kart racing was also a new genre unto itself (before, Mario had filtered into established genres).
Developer: Warner Bros.

Original Price:FREE





Today's Free App of the Day is Batman: Arkham Origins



That’s right; the new Batman title which is a prequel to Arkham Asylum is absolutely free for iOS. And no it’s not for a limited time.Taking place during Batman’s early years you find other villains such as Bane and Blackmask, who happens to put a hit on the Batman. Batman is not a fan of
Jewel Quest is not a new title, at least the series has been around for awhile, though iWin has decided to start recycling game names. Here gamers are treated to a quest style game in the same vein as Candy Crush Saga, right down to the linear path, in app purchases for power-ups and a challenge level that is through the roof. Where Candy Crush Saga dealt with, well, candy, Jewel Quest covers t
GG3 gets more news from Warner Bros. They've announced a free-to-play version for Batman: Arkham Origins, which will come to mobile devices shortly. A trailer shows how that will go down.
The Android Store is a jungle, these five games are the treasure. As an avid mobile gamer, Stuart gives his reasons why Android isn't as bad as it is made out to be.
Prospect Games has released their debut title Bypass for Android. Bypass is available for most Android devices via the Google Play store for $0.99 and an iPhone and iPad release is expected in the coming weeks.
Ever since playing Popful Mail on Sega CD oh so many years ago, being hooked on side scrolling action adventures is not the word to describe what resulted. While many lamented the change to 2D side scrolling action scenes in Zelda II, this gamer welcomed them with open arms. Reaper is quite reminiscent of these two classics but with better graphics and more varied enemies, and available only on