Price Drop: Mega Mall Story (Games)

Mega Mall Story 2.01

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 4.99 -> $ .99, Version: 2.01 (iTunes)


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Design a towering mall of mega proportions! Attract droves of customers and elevate yourself to 5-star status in this mall management simulation game!

Add anything from fast food joints to sushi restaurants, stairs and elevators–even a heliport–all with a touch of the finger!

When your establishment’s popularity reaches a certain point, a "Fever" is triggered in which customers swamp your mall!

You can then exercise your newfound affluence by investing in the surrounding area–bringing in even more customers and being a good citizen at the same time! Oh yeah!

Keep your eyes on the mega-prize–only you can build the ultimate mall!

Turn your device to rotate the screen, touch to scroll, and pinch to zoom in and out.

Supports iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Note: Screen rotation and zoom are only available on iPhone 3GS and later, iPod touch 2nd generation and later, and iPad.

The game now lets you switch between English and Japanese.

What’s New

Now available in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Korean!

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New: MEGA MAN 2 MOBILE (Games)


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 1.99, Version: 1.00.00 (iTunes)


The Second Chapter in the Mega Man saga, Dr. Wily returns! Mega Man’s fight has only just begun…

With Dr. Wily’s mad scheme for world domination brought to a halt, peace reigns once more. But Dr. Wily has secretly created another eight stupendously powerful robot masters. With these villainous bots unleashed upon the world, can Mega Man stand up to the challenge and stop Dr. Wily again!?

Please Note:
・The gameplay and difficulty have been optimized for smartphones so that certain elements will differ from the original game.

・Confirm that your device meets the minimum specs


Mega Man 2 was the game that introduced the "E Tank"! E Tanks are single-use items that can be used at any time to refill Mega Man’s life gauge.Keep your eyes peeled for E Tanks placed around the stages!

Mega Man 2 is a larger-scale game than its predecessor, with eight enemy robot masters instead of six,
and a total of fourteen challenging stages to traverse; the eight robot masters’ bases, and six deadly Wily stage

This version features a choice of two difficulty modes.

・Normal Mode – (Unlimited continues) The continue screen is displayed whenever Mega Man dies. Selecting Continue allows you to restart from the last checkpoint you passed in the current stage.

・Hard Mode – This challenging mode limits your number of continues, and enemy attacks deal more damage. There are also fewer checkpoints within stages.

OPTIONS (The following settings can be adjusted in-game.)
・Sound – Increase the number to raise the volume.
・Vibration – Set to "On" to have your device vibrate when Mega Man takes damage. (Default setting: On) Note: This option will not be displayed on devices with no vibration function.
・Attack – Auto: Hold the attack button for rapid-fire Mega Buster shots. Manual: Each press of the attack button fires one Mega Buster shot. Tap repeatedly for rapid-fire shots.(Default setting: Auto)
・Speed – Choose between Normal and High to adjust gameplay speed.
・Key Config – Change position of the in-game attack button and jump button.

Though this app can be purchased on devices that have not been confirmed to be compatible, we cannot guarantee that it will function correctly on such devices. Capcom accepts no responsibility for problems caused by using incompatible operating systems and devices and does not offer refunds. We appreciate your understanding.

iOS 6.1.3 – 10.0.2

Compatible Devices
iPhone 5 (or later)
iPad (4th generation or later)
iPad mini 2 (or later)
iPod touch (6th generation or later)

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5 retro platformers we’d love to see joining Mega Man on iPad and iPhone

The Mega Man games have come to mobile! And by the looks of it they’re pretty terrible. But that didn’t stop the content gears in my brain from whirring into action. What, I thought to myself, other old games would I like to see on mobile.

And so this list in all of its nefarious glory was born. It is a controversial list, I will not deny it, but then that’s sort of the point of these things really.

Anyway, here are some classic older franchises that need to make their way onto mobile sooner rather than later. And if they could make a better job of it than Mega Man, that’d be splendid.


Who wouldn’t want to play Castlevania on the go? I mean, sure, there wouldn’t be any buttons, but I’m sure Konami could find a way round that. I mean, there are platformers that work brilliantly on mobile.

And let’s not beat around the bush here, these are some of the best looking games of the 90s, dripping in the sort of gothic pixels that would make anyone salivate. So yeah, get this done.

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Mega Jump 2 Review (3/5)

Game development is all about making tweaks. A change here, an improvement there, and pretty soon a bare-bones idea is transformed into a stunning game. Thus, having already built a solid foundation with vertical platformer Mega Jump, you’d hope that Get Set Games could perfect is monster-centric take on the genre with the sequel.

Mega Jump 2‘s tilt-based action is as responsive as ever, with you directing tiny hero Redford back-and-forth across the screen with subtle hand movements. Collecting items propels the little monster ever higher, while platforms offer a brief respite from the vertical climb. Smash into an enemy, however, and Redford will come crashing back to the earth.

There are a host of power-ups to collect as you soar skyward. One turns Redford into a fireball. while another acts as a magnet for attracting more items. These effects last for only a brief period, but are vital if you want to improve on your high score.

So far, so familiar. However, the simple formula of Mega Jump has been diluted by new complexities. Some items, which are almost indistinguishable from actual collectibles, will run from the ascending monster, ruining your well-laid plans for high score glory. Enemies will also appear with almost no warning, and all too frequently you will find yourself cut off by nasties and unable to proceed.

The problem is that none of the additions seem to have been added to make the game more en…

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