Update on June 14 at 14:16: We told you it would be coming soon to iOS and, after a bit of waiting, it's actually out right now. You can try it for free via this link.In a crowded market, it's hard to differentiate the dozens and dozens of card games that come out every day. Star Realms was one that stood above the rest though, thanks to a vicious gameplay and a unique buy mechanic.We've covered these fresh new gameplay elements in our review and concluded that it was well worth your time. Now the developers of Star Realms are trying their hands at another genre with Cthulhu Realms.
The Thief and the InnkeeperBaldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition - the iPad version of the classic PC RPG, which comes with the game and several expansions - is currently less than half price at £3.99 / $4.99.When we reviewed it we said that, "Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition remains one of the richest, most breathtakingly detailed and engrossing role-playing experiences around".Unfortunately, it didn't survive the porting process entirely intact, with poorly optimised touchscreen controls sapping much of the slickness out of the original experience.Baldur's Gate 2: Enhanced Edition features the Shadow of Amn campaign from the original game, as well as Throne of Bhaal, Fist of the Fallen, and The Black Pits II campaigns, so as long as you can cope with the controls you can have hundreds of hours of classic RPG gameplay for not very much money.It's not clear why Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition is going cheap, but the game's Twitter account claims the sale will be over in a few days.
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Devil's Eyes is an upcoming survival horror shooter set to launch for iOS next Saturday, January 18th. The game takes place in the far-off year of 2025, where a solar flare has decimated the world's power grids and means of communication. As society struggles to rebuild, you discover that something sinister is afoot in your small town.A mysterious nearby laboratory has been hit hard by the flare, and as a result, its test subjects are now on the loose. These "half-human, half-monster hybrids" (otherwise known as zombies) have started a gruesome and unrelenting attack on their neighbours – one that only you a few other survivors are equipped to handle.You play as gun-toting, zombie-slaying hero Lauren, "a strong, outgoing woman, who always puts others first". With her friends and family now very much at risk of being eaten, Lauren heads out to stop the zombie menace once and for all.Your adventure will take you into the heart of a zombie-infested city, where all manner of fresh abominations lurk. You'll have to adapt to any scenario thrown at you, upgrade your weapons accordingly, and hunt for loot to remain well-stocked on ammo, curatives, and other helpful items.Once you've settled into the experience, expect Devil's Eyes to start dropping huge bosses and other such monumental challenges on you. While it appears to be fair action-packed, the devs have obviously pulled a lot of inspiration from the survival horror genre. The weapon upgrade system sounds fairly in-depth, with there being a nice selection of shotguns, assault rifles, and pistols to test out and customise.Devil's Eyes is set to launch for iOS on January 18th as a free-to-play title. Here's the game's App Store page, just in case you want to pre-order it or check out some more screenshots. Oh, and a special shout-out to App Army member Azeem for bringing this one to our attention. Top 25 best action games on iPhone and iPadSquare Enix has announced that free to play RPG Final Fantasy Agito will be coming to the Vita in Japan at the Tokyo Game Show.It'll be known as Final Fantasy Agito+ on Vita, and will be released on January 15th 2015 as a digital and packaged game.A new trailer was released for the game (watch it below) and an official website also went live.It was previously announced that the mobile version of Agito would be heading to North America, although we still don't know when.
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