iOS App of the Week: Micro Vendor Adventures

Micro Vendor Adventures

Have you ever wondered how a vending machine works? It's not as simple as you think. Vending machines are actually a complex system of obstacles, traps, platforms and even elevators. That's why humanity invented Vending-Robos. A Vending-Robo is a small robot whose job is to navigate tricky vending machines and deliver cans of soda. In Micro Vendor Adventures you take control of a Vending-Robo to help it navigate around obstacles and deliver cans to waiting customers.

Kingdom Rush Vengeance now available for pre-order

Kingdom Rush Vengeance

Kingdom Rush Vengeance is now available for pre-order on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Kingdom Rush is a medieval tower defense series where your goal is to defend your kingdom against invading forces. Vengeance flips the franchise on its head by putting the player in control of Vez’nan -- an evil wizard determined to get his revenge. The goal of Vengeance is to conquer the kingdom instead of defending it.

iOS App of the Week: Shining Force and RuneScape [Classics]

Shinning Force Classics

It was a big week for classic games on the Apple App Store. SEGA released Shining Force Classics with 3 episodes of the Shining series. The new SEGA Forever addition turns Shining in the Darkness, Shining Force: The Legacy of Great Intention and Shining Force II into 3 quests for players to complete.

Shining in the Darkness is a first-person, 3D dungeon crawler where players must find the Arms of Light, save the princess and their dad, then defeat the evil Dark Sol. Shining Force: The Legacy of Great Intention is an RPG that allows players to take control of up to 0 different characters at once. Players can increase their skills and attributes through strategy, combat, and exploration of 8 different scenarios and side quests. Shinning Force II is also a tactical, RPG with 16-bit graphics, a new story and cinematic battle sequences.

Apple announces new iPad Pro, MacBook Air and Mac mini, but no AirPower

iPad Pro 2018

At a special event held today at the Howard Gilman Opera House in New York City, Apple announced new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models with edge-to-edge "Liquid Retina displays," a boosted Mac mini, a new MacBook Air, an updated Apple Pencil with wireless charging, but no AirPower charging mat. Apple fans have been waiting for the AirPower to be released since Apple previewed the device more than a year ago.


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