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Sky: Children of the Light brings a stunning adventure to iOS


The wait is over on iOS.
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Sky: Children of the Light, the gorgeous new adventure game from the makers of Journey, has finally landed on iOS.

The game hopes to deliver “a world of wonder where compassion and generosity are interwoven and integral to the story.” It’s free to download, and it is already racking up rave reviews for players.

Lovable platformer Human: Fall Flat crashes into the App Store


Everyone should play Human: Fall Flat.
Photo: 505 Games

Human: Fall Flat, the wonderful puzzle platformer from 505 Games, has made the leap to the App Store.

This unique title lets you play as a wobbly human who gets stuck inside surreal dreams and has to find the exit. You have no superpowers or special abilities, which makes the open-ended, physics-based gameplay all the more fun.

You can now preorder the amazing Dead Cells on iOS


Dead Cells
Excited yet?
Photo: Motion Twin

Dead Cells, the brutal 2D action-platformer that has been a huge success on consoles and PC, is now available to preorder on iOS.

It’s not a free-to-play game like most of the titles you’ll see in 2019, but it’s well worth its price tag. And if you get your order in early ahead of its launch next month, you’ll save yourself a cool $2.

Netflix confirms new Stranger Things game, Fortnite crossover


We have a lot of Stranger Things to look forward to.
Photo: Netflix

Netflix has confirmed plans to bring a new Stranger Things game to mobile.

Unlike its previous title, this one will be a location-based puzzle RPG that will take fans into the real world much like Pokémon Go. But you’ll have to wait until 2020 to get your hands on it.

In the meantime, fans can look forward to the first Stranger Things x Fortnite crossover.

Apple is finally embracing PS4 and Xbox controllers


Fortnite mobile controller
You can now play at 120Hz on iPad Pro.
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WWDC 2019 bugApple just took a big step toward ditching its lame controller restrictions. Major updates to tvOS, iOS, and iPadOS this fall will finally add full support for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers.

If you game on an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, this is an incredibly exciting development.

Apple pulls popular iOS game after Chinese company steals its name


Clicker Heroes
Clicker Heroes is gone and may not be back.
Photo: Playsaurus

Apple has kicked a popular iOS game out of the App Store after a Chinese company stole its name.

Clicker Heroes, which first made its debut on iPhone and iPad back in 2015, is a highly-rated idle RPG from Playsaurus. It’s usually free to download, but it’s no longer available on iOS.

There’s currently no word on if or when it will return, but it doesn’t look good.

First ever Lego RPG is coming to mobile this fall


Lego Legacy: Heroes Unboxed
Lego Legacy: Heroes Unboxed looks like a lot of fun.
Photo: Gameloft

Gameloft has confirmed it is working on a brand new role-playing game for mobile that’s set in the Lego universe.

Lego Legacy: Heroes Unboxed will make its debut this fall. It’s the first Lego game in the RPG genre, and it promises to be a lot of fun for fans of the Lego franchise and RPG games.

Check out the first teaser trailer right here.

There’s a brand new Pokémon game for Android and iOS


Pokémon on iPhone
Pokémon Rumble Rush is rolling out now.
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There’s a brand new Pokémon game out for Android and iOS.

Pokémon Rumble Rush is a free-to-play title from the long-running Pokémon Rumble series, in which you take control of your favorite pocket monsters as they battle.

Its launch comes almost two years after the game was first announced.