App of the Week

iOS App of the Week: Gunman Taco Truck

Gunman Taco Truck

There is an art to combining two popular genres to make one awesome game, and Gunman Taco Truck does it well. The new mobile title from Romero Games, combines two genres that are rarely ever used together, and the result is one of the most fun and unique titles to land on the App Store this month. Gunman Taco Truck is side scrolling action and recipe/cooking game that takes place during a mutant apocalypse. The goal of the game is for you and your family to escape to Winnipeg, Canada in your taco truck, but even the end of the world can't stop capitalism and you'll have to sell some tacos to survive.

iOS App of the Week: Splitter Critters

Splitter Critters

Splitter Critters is a unique puzzle game by RAC7 Games. In the game you must use your finger to split environments in half to help little teal critters get to their spaceship. It's harder than it sounds, and it is a lot of fun. The game gets even harder as you advance and dangerous monsters and other obstacles are introduced forcing you to make multiple creative splits to save your little friends

iOS App of the Week: Fire Emblem Heroes

Fire Emblem Heroes

Nintendo's second mobile title has finally landed on both the Apple App Store and Google Play. Fire Emblem Heroes is just one of many titles in the Fire Emblem franchise, and it is the first of the series to be available on smart-devices, such as the iPhone. It is also the follow-up to Nintendo's first mobile title Super Mario Run, which managed to rake in an impressive $50 million in sales from 78 million downloads on the App Store.

iOS App(s) of the Week: Pokémon Duel disappoints and more

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Each week we test a lot of apps to pick one to highlight as our App of the Week. This doesn't necessarily mean the selected app is the best, it just means we found it useful, interesting or fun enough to share. Sometimes we even highlight the worst App Store stories of the week, like we did previously with Mega Man. This week seemed like we had an obvious App of the Week candidate once Pokémon Duel popped-up on the US App Store, but it turned out to be a disappointment. Pokémon Duel isn't the Pokémon game fans have been waiting for. It is a strategy board game where players collect Pokémon amiibos or statues to battle in real time matches. The tutorial in Pokémon Duel is so overwhelming you're instantly turned off by the game. There's so much going on and to learn that you almost lose interest before you even play your first match. The game also features really long load times and useless IAPs making it a complete downer.

iOS App of the Week: Letterboxd - The social network for film lovers


Movie fans love to brag about all the movies they have seen, and they are never shy about sharing their opinions. This is why Letterboxd is the perfect social app for movie lovers. Letterboxd allows users to log, rate, review and comment on any movie in its database. Users can also interact with other users, browse popular films, view film information, create, edit and comment on lists, and more.


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