Arguably the most anticipated iOS game of the year, Super Mario Run will debut in just a few days on December 15. However, Apple Stores have gotten the game preloaded ahead of time on their iPhones and iPads. Excited, I ran down to my local Apple Store to explore the game ahead of time and give you an early preview.
After entertaining us for decades on consoles and hand held devices, Mario, everyone’s favorite plumber is coming to the iPhone. Super Mario Run is Nintendo’s first officially entry to the smartphones via Apple’s App Store. And let me tell you, it’s is not all hype. It’s also not a simple clone of Subway Surfers with Mario as the title character. As you’d expect from Nintendo, they’ve done is properly.
Perplexing puzzle game Perchang is now available for free after being selected as Apple’s Free App of the Week, saving you $1.99 for a limited time. The game features 60 beautiful levels that will test your brain and your coordination.
Apple’s iOS App Store is no stranger to limited-time sales, and now the digital storefront is hosting one for some of the most popular, and best, indie games available.
Niantic has begun permanently banning Pokémon GO players who are suspected of cheating. The move comes after some players turned to using third-party tweaks and hacks to gain an unfair advantage inside the game.
There’s no way to argue that Niantic Labs’ and the Pokémon Company’s Pokémon GO isn’t ridiculously popular, because it is. And now Apple’s confirmed in its own way just how true that is.
Hit creature-catching game Pokémon GO is now available in Italy, Spain, and Portugal as it continues to extend its reach across Europe. It has already become the most popular mobile game in U.S. history, and was made available in the U.K. for the first time on Thursday.
The massively popular Pokémon GO from Niantic Labs, the Pokémon Company, and Nintendo has seen a gradual rollout across the globe, with the game becoming available in the European App Store just yesterday.
It hasn’t even been available for two weeks yet, and Pokémon GO is already the most popular mobile game in U.S. history. The title now has over 21 million active daily users, which breaks the previous record of 20 million set by Candy Crush Saga in 2013.