App of the Week

iOS App of the Week: Sonic Runners Adventure

Sonic Runners Adventure

Unlike Nintendo, Sega has really embraced mobile gaming releasing many titles to the Apple App Store. It also helps that their star character, Sonic, is almost tailor-made for mobile devices. Sonic Runners Adventure isn't the first endless runner to star the famous hedgehog and his pals, but it's one of the few that has received mostly positive reviews from App Store customers.

iOS App of the Week: Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty

Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty

Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty is a port of the 2014 PlayStation 4 remake of the original PlayStation title Abe's Oddysee. In Abe's Oddysee, you play as a Mudokon slave named Abe, who is a floor-waxer at RuptureFarms. One night Abe decides to escape the meat packing plant after accidentally overhearing that his fellow Mudokons are going to be slaughtered for a new product called "Mudokon Pops."

iOS App of the Week: Reigns: Her Majesty

Reigns: Her Majesty

The sequel to the popular "swipe'em" card game Reigns is now available on the Apple App Store. Reigns is a previous iPhoneFAQ App of the Week and it was selected by Apple as one of the best 10 games of 2016. The follow-up titled Reigns: Her Majesty follows the same gameplay where you swipe left or right to make tough (and sometimes superficial) decisions that affect your kingdom’s most powerful factions.

iOS App of the Week: Candy Crush Saga (RED)

Apps for RED

Apple has introduced Apps for (RED) to the App Store. (RED) Apps are just like (RED) Apple products where a portion of proceeds from designated in-app purchases will help provide HIV/AIDS medicine to sub-Saharan Africa.

Apple has raised over $160 million through the sale of (RED) products such as leather iPhone cases, Apple Watch bands, Beats products and more. iOS users can now also save lives by in-app purchases in popular games.

iOS App(s) of the Week: Pocket Fighter and Animal Crossing

Puzzle Fighter

Since it's Black Friday let's look at two highly anticipated games that have been disappointments. Both are free-to-play games titles released by big publishers, Capcom and Nintendo, and both feature popular IP from popular franchises.

The first game is Capcom’s Puzzle Fighter. The sequel to the popular Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo. Puzzle Fighter was built from the ground up for mobile devices. The new version includes more characters from various Capcom franchises, real-time battles and Leaderboard support.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - App of the Week