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Iron Marines updated with new frozen missions, heroes and enemies

Borealis

The real-time strategy game Iron Marines has been updated with a new frozen world filled with a new race of enemies for the Iron Marines to obliterate. The ice planet Borealis update includes 10 new challenging missions, an all-new boss fight, and 3 premium heroes. The new heroes include:

What is Apple iPhone XS Charge-Gate?

Every time users flood the Apple support pages with a new iPhone issue, it's likely the episode will be referred to as one of the many "Gate" controversies named after the 70s Watergate scandal. Over the years, hardware and software glitches have been known as Antennagate, Chipgate, Hissgate and Bendgate. So what is Charge-Gate?

Halloween App of the Week: Where Shadows Slumber

Where Shadows Slumber

It's that time of year again when we search the App Store for the spookiest games for the iPhone and iPad. Where Shadows Slumber is a puzzle game that utilizes light and perspective to create an atmospheric adventure perfect for the Halloween season. There will be lots of comparisons to Monument Valley, but Where Shadows Slumber also reminded me a lot of Lara Croft GO. If you like surreal puzzle games that include an engrossing story then this is an app you'll want to check out.

iPhone XS Max sets higher bar for smartphone displays

iPhone XS Max

The iPhone XS Max has matched or exceeded the best smartphone displays ever tested by DisplayMate. In the company's iPhone XS Max OLED Display Technology Shoot-Out, the iPhone XS Max was shown to deliver multiple improvements over the iPhone X, setting new smartphone display records in the process.

3 classic Nintendo titles land on the Apple App Store: Monster Hunter Stories and more

Monster Hunter Stories

Today was a big day for Nintendo fans as 3 classic titles have landed on the Apple App Store. Besides the occasional licensed Pokémon game, Nintendo for years ignored other mobile platforms like iOS and Android until it started creating its own touchscreen titles in 2016. Nintendo's lack of interest in mobile gaming didn't stop other publishers from bringing their classic Nintendo games to the iPhone and iPad, and today was no different, as two Nintendo DS games and a "special edition" of a classic SNES title popped up on the App Store.

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