Nintendo announced via Twitter that Mario Kart Tour will be delayed until "summer of 2019" to "improve the quality of the application." The Mario Kart spinoff was originally planned to land on both the Apple App Store and Google Play in March of 2019.
Epic Games has been kind with the Fortnite updates on both iOS and Android, but one long awaited update has finally arrived. Version 7.30 of the app on the Apple App Store adds MFI controller support. This means physical, third-party controllers like the Steelseries Nimbus and Gamevice will work while playing Fortnite on both the iPhone and iPad. Android devices will now work with most Bluetooth controller like the Steelseries Stratus XL, Gamevice, Razer Raiju, and more.
With 32k dislikes to only 1.1k positive likes on YouTube, Alien: Blackout has earned pretty decent user reviews on the Apple App Store and Google Play. As of this post, the horror survival game has not earned enough reviews on the App Store to receive an overall rating, but it has earned a 4.1 rating on Google Play. This is a much better outcome than expected after the the initial reaction to the trailer which saw the game shoot to 27k dislikes in only 3 days.
Nonstop Chuck Norris is one of the worst games I have played on my iPhone. And trust me, I have played a lot of bad mobile games, but at least you can play most bad games. You "play" Nonstop Chuck Norris by tapping three buttons while occasionally equipping and updating your equipment. The rest of the time the game plays itself. It even plays when you're not playing.
It was announced last year that FoxNext Games was working on a new shooter based on the popular Alien franchise. Fans were heavily disappointed by Gearbox's Aliens: Colonial Marines released in 2013, and not everyone was happy with the stealth game Alien: Isolation. This is why gamers were excited when 20th Century Fox filed for a gaming trademark for Alien: Blackout in November.