Meteorfall is a quirky roguelike card battler headed to iOS and Android on January 25th


Meteorfall isn’t the first game to combine the card game with RPG elements and character building, but it might be the most charming. With its colorful art style and stylized Adventure Time-esque designs, Meteorfall promised a humorous approach to the subgenre when it launches later this month.

Choosing from four heroes ranging from the floppy-hatted rogue to the broadsword-wielding warrior, battles in Meteorfall are ones of decks and loot, as you draw actions, perks, and gear from your deck; each draw opens the door for new tactics and strategies against the charmingly grotesque enemies you’ll face. Powerful magic, special weapons, and more expand your deck as you progress through the game.

Meteorfall is slated to release on the App Store and Google Play on January 25th; for more details and screenshots, you can visit the Meteorfall site.

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New: Siralim 2 (RPG / Roguelike) (Games)

Siralim 2 (RPG / Roguelike) 1.0

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 4.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes)


Siralim 2 is an old-school monster catching RPG. Summon and customize hundreds of creatures to fight for you as you battle your way through endless dungeons. Find rare treasure and use it to upgrade your castle, empower your creatures, craft powerful artifacts, learn new spells, and much more.

Siralim 2 never ends. There’s an infinite amount of content, and absolutely no limits or level caps of any kind. A list of the game’s main features can be found below:
– Summon over 500 unique creatures to fight for you. Each creature has its own unique abilities.
– Breed your creatures to make them lay eggs. The offspring inherits attributes from its parents!
– Use your creatures to fight your way through randomly generated dungeons and complete randomized quests.
– Equip your creatures with spells. Spells can be found with randomly generated properties that change the way they behave in battle.
– Craft and customize equipment for your creatures with the help of over 600 different crafting materials.
– Upgrade your castle to unlock new rooms, NPCs, quests, and more!
– Tons of side content – gamble with the dwarves, fight in the battle arena, study in the library, cook a meal, entertain the riddle dwarves, and much more.
– An endless adventure – there are no level caps, no inventory space limits, and no true end to the game. Difficulty scales as high as you want.
– Cross-platform cloud saving allows you to play the same save file on multiple different devices and platforms.

Note: you do not need to play the first Siralim game in order to enjoy Siralim 2. They are two very different games!

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Leap of Fate is a new iOS roguelike shooter with real chops

Leap of Fate has just hit the iOS App Store, and it’s a game that deserves some serious attention.

With Deus Ex GO and Mr. Robot:1.51exfiltrati0n hitting the App Store this week, it’s understandable that other iOS games might struggle for attention. But we’re going to highlight one particular fresh release that you might want to know about.

Leap of Fate doesn’t have a big IP attached to it or a major studio behind it, but it’s still got some intriguing pedigree.

Steam punk

It started out life on Steam as an indie PC game, where it’s attracted a great deal of word-of-mouth praise. Now it’s made its way over to iOS, where it looks set to impress a whole new crowd.

Leap of Fate is a twin-stick shooter with a roguelike structure – that is, the levels are randomly generated, and once you die that’s it for your run – though you can unlock permanent upgrades that will improve your chances in future attempts.

Leap of Fate

You’re cast as one of four technomages in a cyberpunk New York City. This makes for a heady combination of fantasy and sci-fi elements, as engage swarms of enemies in gun and magic-based combat.

Core to this combat is your shadow walk move, which enables you to warp instantly to a different nearby location. This serves to get you out o…

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New: Dead Shell: Roguelike RPG (Games)

Dead Shell: Roguelike RPG 1.0.14

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 2.99, Version: 1.0.14 (iTunes)


Blaster-wielding mercenaries vs beasts from the labyrinth: who will win? You’re commanding a die-hard assault squad. Destination: Plutonia, a settlement on a Doom-4 class planet. Shuttle cargo: a range of lethal weapons, from axes and chainsaws to blasters and BFGs. Anything might come in handy in Plutonia, the Federation’s most remote colony.

Scientists, miners, guards – all sorts of civilian personnel worked there until recently. A week ago, the Center received a mayday signal from the settlement. Demonic roars and screams of terror filled the comm channel, and then it fell dead silent.

It’s time to descend into the infernal abyss and show the demons who’s the boss here. Fight your way through all the circles of hell to reach the very bottom. Look cosmic evil in the face and emerge victorious.

Game Features

– A new dungeon every time
– Hellish bestiary
– Full range of weapons
– Elite mercenaries
– Level up your squad

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New: Agent Gumball – Roguelike Spy Game (Games)

Agent Gumball – Roguelike Spy Game 1.0

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 2.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes)


Someone’s been spying on Gumball. What the what?! Two can play at that game!

Sneak past enemy patrols to collect secrets, plant bugs, take down targets, and rescue missing agents. Which spy will you choose? Swap between Gumball, Darwin, Anais, and Penny!

Bust out your spy gadgets to get the upper hand in battle! Charge up with the Power Belt. Hack the system with the Tech Watch. And slip into stealth mode with the Spy Glasses.

Run your own spy agency. Recruit Gumball’s friends and send them on secret missions to earn coins and items while you’re away from the game.

Enter the enemy mainframe and put your spy skills to the test! Stay out of sight while gathering top secret intel.

Save the day with Gumball, Agent Gumball.


This game is available in the following languages: English, French, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish (Latin American), Russian, Turkish

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Hands-on with Space Colors, the asteroid-blasting roguelike with pretty lighting

Containing everything you would want from a space-based roguelike – i.e. shooting lasers, death, and experience points – Space Colors is unfortunately a disappointingly hollow experience. At least it certainly is at the beginning of the game.

The combat is very simple for a long amount of time, you die often, and the upgrades you need to progress always seem so far out of reach.

But Space Colors has its redeeming features as well, including a gorgeous game engine with stylish lighting effects, plus a sardonic (and genuinely funny) sense of humour.

Take a look at the game in motion below.

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