The sequel to the popular tower defense game Dungeon Warfare is now available on the Apple App Store. Dungeon Warfare is known as the opposite of EA's disastrous Dungeon Keeper remake, earning a solid 4.9 star rating on the App Store. Dungeon Keeper was maligned by fans for being filled with over-the-top timers and microtransactions, unlike Dungeon Warfare and Dungeon Warfare 2, which are premium titles with no IAPs.
Apple on Monday announced three new subscription services, Apple Arcade, Apple News+ and Apple TV+. Apple Arcade will allow iOS users to access over 100 premium games for a monthly subscription fee. The service will also routinely add new games which can be played across all devices including the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. Games will not include any ads or in-app purchases.
Yes, Angry Birds is still and thing and a VR version is coming to iOS this spring, according to TechCrunch. Angry Birds: Isle of Pigs has had a long path the iPhone originally launching for the Magic Leap One, then landing on Steam for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
If you're having déjà vu it is because Activision is releasing yet another Call of Duty game to mobile devices. There have been too many Call of Duty games for the small screen to count. Most of them are gone now, or never even made it beyond a soft launch. The popular Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies remains, but its last update was logged on Dec. 17, 2015.
Each year Blizzard announces a new theme for its collectible card game Hearthstone and selects several cards to be moved into the Hall of Fame. This year has been dubbed "Year of the Dragon" and nine cards have received Hall of Fame honors. You can visit the official Hearthstone blog for the Year of the Dragon and Hall of Fame announcements.