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One More Thing

24 Jun 2016 12

Twilight Struggle, the most Pocket Tactics game in the history of the site, is out for iPad!

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Physics-based puzzler Perchang, from some of the makers of Warhammer Quest and Deathwatch, is the headliner this week, but there are some other potential diversions you might consider.

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Tactical? Yes. Turn-based? Yes yes. Fresh mechanics? Yes, please! Freemium? [Sound of air escaping balloon.]

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iOS 10 News Bits

21 Jun 2016 4

Game Center will soon be no more, but hold your mourning. iOS 10 is merely dismembering it and embroidering some of the parts. Actually, ew. Also, bonus news!

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Battlefleet Gothic: Leviathan either looks better every time I see it, or unquenched desire for it is corrupting my perception.

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More GO without Pokémon!

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Back when Pathfinder Adventures launched it was riddled with bugs and, yet, still managed to be one of the best games I've ever played on a tablet. Obsidian has been on top of things, trying to squash as many of the creepy-crawlies as they can, but every patch seems to fix a few things while breaking a few more. For example, the last major patch added more content with the Hook Mountain Massacre adventure deck, but there are problems with some of the individual scenarios not wrapping up when they should. Today, Obsidian released another patch, a smaller one, to fix some of the major issues. Is it completely bug free now? Not by a long shot, but as Dr. Leo Marvin wisely stated: Baby Steps.

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Last week I posted about One Hundred Ways (now available on the App Store and Google Play, by the way) and reflected, very briefly, on puzzle games that began life on PC or Mac and are making their way to our phones and tablets. When giving examples, I overlooked what might be one of my favorites to fit that category, Human Resource Machine from Tomorrow Corporation. Sure, it sounds like nightmare fuel, but the game itself is one of the best programming puzzlers I've played in a long, long time.

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I was a pretty small kid in 1979, so my recollection of the Iranian Revolution consists of hearing about hostages on the news and wondering where, exactly, Iran was. Nearly 40 years later, we can try to experience what happened on the streets of Tehran via a new adventure-style/interactive fiction title, 1979 Revolution: Black Friday. The game has been available for a couple months on Steam, but is coming to iOS in just a few weeks.

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Three red chips. Fifteen lousy dollars was all I had to my name as I watched the other players count up their hundreds at the end of a recent game of Splotter's Food Chain Magnate. It was an epic failure, possibly the worst showing I've had in any game I'd ever played. It was also the game that convinced me that Food Chain Magnate wasn't just another tabletop game but was the most intriguing board game I'd ever played.

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