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The star-crossed saga of Gratuitous Space Battles on iPad continues. Positech's "Football Manager for spaceships" mysteriously appeared without warning about two weeks ago but early adopters warned buyers away as the game was said to be in a dreadful bug-ridden state.

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Close Combat for tablets is just over the horizon
Classic real-time infantry combat wargame Close Combat is on the march towards a tablet release. It's the second day of Slitherine/Matrix Group's press event: yesterday they announced that they had acquired all of the intellectual property associated...

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I'm live from the Slitherine/Matrix Games Group press event in Stresa, Italy today where the venerable wargaming house has unveiled a number of exciting releases for iOS and Android this year. The nugget from all of these announcements is that Slitherine have taken very seriously the lessons from their hit...

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Ares Games have announced that Big Daddy's Creations, the Polish devs behind Neuroshima Hex, have signed on to bring their World War II tabletop game Wings of Glory to the iPad.

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We're kicking off this week with some site news: we've added a revamped comments system and added a forum - all very slick stuff from the guys at Vanilla Forums. I'm super excited about it.

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Rad Soldiers devs Splash Damage sure know how to get an X-Com nerd excited. After announcing their iOS-bound squad tactical game last week, Splash Damage executives Paul Wedgwood and Richard Jolly sat down for an interview with Gamasutra where they ticked every box...

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Sci-fi tactical simulator Gratuitous Space Battles has been up on the App Store for a week now, but the iPad port of the successful PC & Mac game has been bedeviled by bugs.

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Long before Kickstarter, ages before Minecraft - in the hazy mists of time before indie games were cool - Si Read was a one-man games studio. Simon's first hit, the original New Star Soccer, came out almost a decade ago, and Simon has been...

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The fact that they haven't officially announced an Android port of their excellent iPad strategy game shouldn't dissuade us from speculating about Slitherine's future plans for it. Also, I love speculating.

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Splash Damage, the devs behind last year's console and PC multiplayer shooter Brink, have announced a new title for iOS devices called Rad Soldiers. Not too much info to go on just yet but the screenshots and trailer make it look like X-Com had a baby with Team Fortress 2.

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