New: Star Vikings Forever (Games)

Star Vikings Forever 1.0.1

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 2.99, Version: 1.0.1 (iTunes)


Build Your Strategy. Squash Space Snails. Be a Star Viking.

In Star Vikings Forever you will build your team of spacefaring Vikings to take on the evil scourge of intergalactic snails in a fun and nearly endless stream of challenging puzzles.

Winner for "Best Game Design" at the Brazilian Independent Games Festival and “Most Offensive Game Ever” at the Space Snails Game Conference. Star Vikings Forever is a humorous Puzzle/RPG developed by the award-winning creators of Chroma Squad, Dungeonland, and Relic Hunters Zero.

• Unique Puzzle/RPG Gameplay – Based on teamwork and chain reactions
• Procedurally-Generated Puzzles – For endless replayability
• 8+ Hours of Story Mode – Packed with colorful characters and humorous dialog
• New Game Plus Mode – Brings additional puzzles and gameplay
• Six Classes – Each with unique, upgradeable skills
• HATS!!! – Craft special hats and use special items to gain additional boosts
• Facebook Leaderboard Integration – Compete with your friends for the high score!

What’s New

• Reduced file size to under 100 MB

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Update: Phantasy Star II (Games)

Phantasy Star II 3.0.2

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: Free, Version: 3.0.1 -> 3.0.2 (iTunes)


An era-defining RPG. SEGA’s landmark sci-fi epic comes to mobile. Play for free and experience one of the most acclaimed games of its generation.

Team up with an unlikely ensemble of characters to thwart evil spreading across the once-peaceful Algo Star System. Combat mutants and robots, collect a plethora of equipment, and unravel the mystery behind one of the greatest RPGs of all time.

Phantasy Star II joins the SEGA Forever classic games collection, a treasure trove of free SEGA console classics brought to life on mobile for the first time!

– An epic campaign lasting over 30 hours
– Classic 16-bit turn-based combat
– Battle against the mutants, robots, and other fierce creatures of Mota, Dezo, and Palm
– All manner of weapons to get to grips with, including laser swords, pulse cannons, and fire staves
– Eight playable characters, each with their own unique traits and skills

– CONTROLLER SUPPORT – fully integrated wireless Bluetooth controller support
– GAMES RELEASED EVERY MONTH – download them all!

– "An excellent game that will have you hooked from the first minute to the last – which will be weeks, if not months away." [94%] – SEGA Power #15 (February 1991)
– "A challenging quest packed with gameplay." [90%] – Paul Rigby, Raze Magazine #6 (April 1991)
– "If RPGs are your bag, you couldn’t do better." [89%] – Zero #17 (March 1991)
– "There are few Mega Drive titles that can compete with Phantasy Star II in the lasting appeal department." [887/1000] – Eugene Lacey, ACE #37 (October 1990)
– "This is the game that set the standard that all further Mega Drive RPGs had to follow." [88%] – MEGA Gold Summer Special (1993)
– "It’s big, it’s lovely; it’s varied, it’s magic. It’s Phantasy Star II." [88%] – MEGA #18 (March 1994)

– A remake of the game was made for the PlayStation 2 in Japan, titled Phantasy Star Generation: 2
– Eight Phantasy Star II text adventures were broadcasted to players with a SEGA Meganet subscription in Japan
– The game shipped with a 110-page guide book and map in the US and UK to help guide players through

– Originally released in Japan in 1989, with US and European releases following in 1990 and 1991
– The first game to use a 16 Megabit cartridge
– The first 16-bit RPG released in the West
– Programmed by Yuji Naka, creator of Sonic the Hedgehog

Game apps are ad-supported and no in-app purchases are required to progress; ad-free play option available with in-app purchase.

© SEGA. All rights reserved. SEGA, the SEGA logo, Phantasy Star II, SEGA Forever, and the SEGA Forever logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. or its affiliates.

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What’s New

An era-defining RPG. SEGA’s landmark sci-fi epic returns to mobile.

Contains a fix that allows offline premium users to resume local save games.

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Price Drop: Angry Birds Star Wars (Games)

Angry Birds Star Wars 1.5.10

Device: iOS iPhone
Category: Games
Price: $ .99 -> Free, Version: 1.5.10 (iTunes)



A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… a group of desperate rebel birds faced off against a galactic menace: the Empire’s evil Pigtroopers!

Rebel birds, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Imperial Pigs. During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the PIG STAR, and are racing to deliver the plans to the Rebel Birds. Now they need your help!

Join an epic adventure with the Angry Birds in the legendary Star Wars™ universe! Use the Force, wield your lightsaber, and blast away Pigtroopers on an intergalactic journey from the deserts of Tatooine to the depths of the Pig Star — where you’ll face off against the terrifying Darth Vader, Dark Lord of the Pigs! Can you become a Jedi Master and restore freedom to the galaxy?

Time to grab your lightsaber and join the adventure! May the birds be with you!

HOURS AND HOURS OF ENGAGING GAMEPLAY – Explore more than 100 levels in iconic locations like Tatooine and the Pig Star. Can you dodge Imperial pigs, laser turrets, Tusken Raider pigs, and the dark side of the Force to get all three stars?

NEW GAMEPLAY MECHANICS – Use lightsabers, Blasters and Jedi powers to wreak havoc on the Imperial Pigs!

LEVEL UP YOUR BIRDS – Keep playing and level up your birds to improve their skills!

SECRETS AND HIDDEN GOODIES – Can you unlock all the R2-D2 and C-3PO bonus levels?

FREE UPDATES – This is only the beginning of the epic saga!

Stuck on a tricky level? Earn stars and call the Mighty Falcon to rain down the destruction. New goals, achievements and gameplay!

The ultimate training ground for a Young Jedi, this episode features 40 Dagobah Challenge Levels with Jedi Master Yoda! Master the Path of the Jedi to unlock the ultimate Lightsaber! Available as an in-app purchase, or by earning three stars on every level.

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This game may include:
– Direct links to social networking websites that are intended for an audience over the age of 13.
– Direct links to the internet that can take players away from the game with the potential to browse any web page.
– Advertising of Rovio products and also products from select partners.
– The option to make in-app purchases. The bill payer should always be consulted beforehand.

What’s New

We used Jedi mind tricks to fix some minor issues and give you an even better game experience! Thanks for playing, and may the birds be with you!

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The Thursday Find – Heart Star

This week’s Thursday find is all about hearts. Which is sort of fitting since it’s Valentine’s Day next week and that’s all about hearts too (well, sort of, but this isn’t really the place to discuss that. Have a Google).

It’s a platforming puzzler with some nice touches and an impressive chunk of levels. And it’s out right now. And you can grab it by clicking the emboldened name just below the next paragraph.

But what’s it called? What’s it all about? Why am I still splurging out so much preamble? Those are all good questions, so let’s go and answer some of them.

Heart Star

Heart Star is a game about getting two characters to the same spot. The controls are simple – you’ve got buttons to move left and right, a jump button, and a final poker that switches between the two main leads.

From there the game grows into something intriguing and elegant, as you fathom out how you can get to the torch that marks the end of the level without plummeting to your death.

It’s not just a case of moving both around either, you need to cooperate, using different characters as platforms and sometimes carrying each other.

That’s because certain parts of the level disappear when you switch characters. So you might need to jump to a certain place with one of them, then switch characters and use their head as a platform for the ot…

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Star Wars: Force Arena guide – Part four – Menu hints and tips

In this fourth part of the series about Star Wars: Force Arena we’re going to have a look at some of the menu mechanics that you’re going to need to make use of if you’re going to succeed in the game.

We’ll break things up with some images as well, so you can see what we’re talking about. We’re good like that. No, no don’t mention it. It’s fine, we’re here to help.

Anyway, tomorrow we’ll have a look at some more advanced tactics for when you’re actually on the battlefield, but right now let’s focus on the menus you’re going to spend a lot of time looking at.


This is where you’ll unlock the cards you win when you play. You’ll need to actively open them once you’ve been given them, and they’ve got a countdown on them that can last for quite a long time.

It’s worth starting an unlock when you’re coming to the end of a play session so that you’ll have the new cards ready the next time you come to play.

This screen also has a number of other reward packs you can unlock at certain times, so it’s always worth coming back and checking if there’s anything new there for you.


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Star Wars: Force Arena guide – Part five – Battle hints and tips

In the last part of our series on Star Wars: Force Arena we’re going to look at some hints and tips for the meat of the game – the battles.

If you’ve not checked out the other parts of our guide, well now is as good a time as any to do it. But if you’re only interested in getting some help winning fights, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

So with a little bit more ado, here’s how to make sure you’re always kicking ass and taking names in this excellent Star Wars-themed MOBA. Don’t all thank us at once, y’hear?


It’s tempting to splurge out a unit and charge out onto the field of battle. You might make a bit of progress, but it’s much smarter to take a few seconds to let your energy reserves build up.

That means you’re going to have more units when you stride out, making you a much more formidable challenge.

Sit and split

If you’ve got units that are in groups of more than two, there’s a sneaky way to use them to attack both sides of the map. Stand where your hero spawns and call out the units.

Half will go up one track, half will go up the other track. It’s a good way to keep your enemy guessing about where to send their own forces.

Think about your hero

Your hero is the most mobile of the units at your disposal, which means they&rs…

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Star Wars: Force Arena guide – Part three – Light side or Dark side?

In this section of our Force Arena guide, we’re going to look at a question that pops up quite often – is it best to play as the Light Side or the Dark Side of the Force?

The answer is one that might just surprise you, but we’ll get to that in a minute. First make sure you’ve read the first two parts of our guide to ensure that you’re up to date with everything you need to know up to this point.

I’m gonna presume at this point that you’ve read those, and now I’m going to jump in with the shocking truth – it kinda doesn’t matter which side you choose. In fact, picking one is going to hinder you.

Which side are you on?

There are pros and cons of playing both sides in the game, but the important thing to remember is that the XP you earn from each of your decks goes to your profile, not just to your hero characters.

You earn XP by levelling up your cards, which means when you open card packs with cards for decks you’re not using, it’s worth upgrading them so that your level is constantly on the rise.

The one thing you need to do is make sure you have multiple different styles of deck on the go, regardless of the side of the Force they’re aligned to. That way if you’re taking a beating with one deck you can swap out and try another.

The units are all pretty similar on each side, but sometimes you’ll get more pow…

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The Thursday Find – Star Wars: Force Arena

This week’s Thursday Find is actually a pretty big name. And when I say pretty big I mean absolutely massive. Seriously, it’s huge. It’s so big I’m not going to type it in this paragraph, I’m going to type it in the next one.

Star Wars: Force Arena has just come out. It’s a MOBA, it’s full of Star Wars characters, and we reckon that it’s definitely worth your time.

Don’t believe me? Well, I don’t really care. But I’m still going to write a bunch of words to prove to you that you’re very, very wrong. These words, in fact.

Star Wars: Force Arena

What would happen if Clash Royale walked into a fight between a Jedi and a Sith while a bunch of Stormtroopers and Rebel fighters cheered them on? Well, I reckon it’d be something like Star Wars: Force Arena.

It’s a mobile MOBA starring all of your favourite Star Wars characters. Seriously, I’ve already got Luke, Leia, Han, Grand Moff Tarkin, and the bad guy from Rogue One. Oh, and someone called the Grand Inquisitor. No idea.

They’re joined by an army of units. There are loads of different Stormtroopers, Wookiees with massive knives, tanks, and all manner of other Star Wars-y people to throw at your foe.

Battles are short and sweet, and while it doesn’t quite have the pick-up-and-playability of Clash Royale, it’s certainly more welcoming than the likes of Vainglory. You control everything with taps, whi…

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The Tuesday Best of – Star Wars games

Guess what’s coming out this week? Star Wars: Rogue One. So that means it’s the perfect time to have a look back at the best Star Wars games on mobile. There aren’t that many that are REAL good, so it’s quite a short list.

But that’s okay, because as we all know it’s quality not quantity that makes the wheels of the world go round. Or something like that. And these games really are of the tip toppest quality. One of them might even be my favourite game ever.

And the other two are probably the best examples of the series they’re part of. So all in all, there might not be that many ace Star Wars games on mobile, but the ace ones are super ace. Just go read the list.

Knights of the Old Republic

I can’t count the number of times I’ve written about KOTOR in glowing terms. And I expect that’s because it’s a high number, not that I can’t count very high. But it really is the finest example of the Western RPG in existence.

And this mobile version works brilliantly, letting you take control of one of the most interesting stories the Star Wars universe has ever told. And it has all the hallmarks of the Bioware games that came afterwards.

Set in the dim and distant past (a long LONG time ago) it’s a tale of Sith and Jedi that spans the galaxy. And it’s a galaxy populated with interesting character…

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Price Drop: Rogue Star (Games)

Rogue Star 1.31

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 2.99 -> Free, Version: 1.31 (iTunes)


Have YOU got what it takes to survive in Rogue Star?
Thrown into a system swarming with criminals and scumbags, can you stay alive long enough to climb the ranks and achieve respect and notoriety?


Fast-paced ship to ship combat against filthy, cheating pilots, who’ll stop at nothing to blow you to pieces and grab your hard earned cargo!


BID at station auctions for valuable cargo and choose where to offload it. Do you risk high rewards at volatile sectors or chicken out and take the safer route?


Sneaky pirates patrol the space lanes. Will you be lucky this trip and have a clear run? Or will you encounter the journey from hell’s pants and be blasted to smithereens!


Upgrade your ship to delve deeper into the sector and reap the rewards of higher bounties and trading opportunities. Be careful though, only expert pilots can stand the heat!

– Follow the law or blast it to bits! The choice is yours!

– Climb the Ranks and earn higher rewards

– Master your vessel’s systems to ensure victory

– Intuitive on-screen flight controls

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What’s New

*Incoming Hail*

Greetings, pilots! Rogue Star’s new update is now out! There are gameplay tweaks, mission additions and value adjustments galore.

The update has also fixed the screen flickering that some players were experiencing during combat. Apologies to any pilots who have been experiencing this, we really appreciate your patience.

Keep blasting!

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