‘Human Resource Machine’, ‘INKS.,’ ‘Dust: An Elysian Tail’ and More iOS Games Are On Sale Right Now For Just 99 Cents

I'm not sure what's going on. I think it's been a long time since Apple's featured a whole bunch of premium, quality games and put them on sale. Maybe it's for Labor Day? Or maybe it's the indiepocalypse?? Whatever it is, you can snatch all these goodies up for super cheap. Most of them are free of in-app purchases, too, so you can just pay a measly buck and enjoy them as…

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Prune, Transistor and Some Other Excellent iOS Games Are Currently On Sale

I'm sure at least some of these must be part of some Apple promotion, but whatever the reason, a whole bunch of great iPhone and iPad games just went on sale. I have reviews of most of them, which I'll link to if you still need help deciding whether to buy. First off, Season One of Star Billions by Catch & Release is currently FREE to celebrate the release of Season Two.…

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AppUnwrapper’s Best iOS Games of 2015

2015 was a big year for mobile. There were so many great games, especially in the adventure and puzzle genres. I couldn't possibly play through all of them, so there are likely some hits that I missed. But based on the ones I did play, these were my favorites. Other than Her Story, these aren't in any particular order. You can find my reviews by clicking on each game's title. It was…

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AppUnwrapper’s July 2015 iOS Games Roundup

I started a monthly roundup this year, in which I recap all the games I've written about in the past month. You can see June's roundup here. July has been a pretty busy month with some of my favorite games releasing. So if you missed anything, here's your opportunity to catch up on any good games that might have slipped by you. July saw the long-awaited release of Glitch Games' Forever Lost…

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Prune: Walkthrough Guide

Prune By: Joel Mcdonald If you've been playing the gorgeous Prune by Joel McDonald, you may have noticed that the game doesn't really give you many instructions. This walkthrough guide is meant to help those who need help understanding some key mechanics of the game. I also included video walkthroughs for each chapter. Additionally, I added some of the hidden secrets at the bottom of the page. Feel free to ask for…

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Prune Review: A Deceptively Challenging Piece of Puzzle Art

Prune By: Joel Mcdonald My first impression of Prune was that it's going to be more art than game. I got some very strong Monument Valley vibes from it, especially with its minimalistic icons and very similar camera feature. That would be fine, as I do love games as art. But as I progressed, the levels got significantly more challenging. Like any good puzzle game, it throws new elements at you every…

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