Adorable puzzle game Pull My Tongue is now free as Apple’s Free App of the Week, saving you $0.99. The game features five colorful worlds and over 90 challenging levels, plus “deliciously unique tongue physics” that you won’t get in other games!
Nintendo started things off with Miitomo, a social experience with built-in mini-games, but the company still plans on launching actual games for smartphones and tablets.
Computer golf has been a tradition going back 30 years, right back to the days of CGA and EGA monitors on PCs. And with palmtops/PDAs and then smartphones, golf games have been available and popular at every stage. Seems that ‘a good walk spoiled’ is better when powered by a CPU and without the fresh air!
Way back in October, after Nintendo initially announced it would be launching smartphone and tablet games, the company revealed that its first title was called Miitomo, and wasn’t really a game at all.
Much like Nintendo, Sony has a longstanding relationship with mobile gaming consoles, but with the domination of smartphones and app stores, people have been waiting for both companies to bring their franchises to smartphones and tablets for years.
Assassin’s Creed Identity, the latest title from Ubisoft, is now available on iPhone and iPad. The title brings the popular role-playing gameplay you’re used to from the Assassin’s Creed franchise to iOS, with story missions and quests set during the Italian Renaissance.
Square Enix has been launching Final Fantasy games for iOS for quite some time, with Final Fantasy VII getting plenty of attention last year.