The Ready Games is a bit on the nose, but that doesn't necessarily have to be bad. It is in fact a hybrid one-touch rhythmic WarioWare clone crossed with a game show competition. A new game is rev
Appolicious: What was the eSports competition for? Guns of Boom come about? Nikita Sherman: With a team-based shooter such as Guns of Boom, finding an audience that thrives on competition has always b
We don't really get a lot of stealth games on mobile. The precision level required for most standard stealth games is quite difficult to replicate without going through a number of serious hoops.
Roterra is the hot new fantasy tile-turning game on iTunes, and we had the pleasure to sit down with project lead Suzi Keehn of Dig-IT! Games to dig into all the wondrous details. We’re also hap
Pako 2 Pako 2 feels like what would happen if you took the very end of every mission of Grand Theft Auto Pako 2 is the perfect sort of game for every fan of crazy 80’s car chases and chaotic phy
Appolicious: What got you started as a mobile developer? Phillip Stollenmayer: I made my first game for the course “Interaction Design”; it was the third semester of my communication design studie
Appolicious: Over the years, you’ve produced a number of surreal games, and Donut County is no different. Where do you find the inspiration and energy that drives your games? Ben Esposito: Humor
Bendy & The Ink Machine is an odd choice for a mobile game spin-off. The original was an episodic horror game that’s basically ‘What if you combined Mickey Mouse with Five Nights at Freddy’s