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  1. wow, Epic Games has added its own payments scheme to Fortnite on iOS. It bypasses Apple's IAP system and it's cheaper. Not sure how Epic is able to do this, but it's good news for Fortnite fans! https://t.co/wChrUiQeJs pic.twitter.com/FaQEzOICWM — Tom Warren (@tomwarren) August 13, 2020 Epic's Fornite has been removed from the App Store after they implemented direct payments, circumventing Apple's 30% cut. — Mark Gurman (@markgurman) August 13, 2020 Epic Games has filed legal papers in response to Apple, read more here: https://t.co/c4sgvxQUvb — Fortnite (@FortniteGame) August 13, 2020
  2. From what I understand you choose your character and story (or something like that) Kevin Penkin composed the soundtrack!
  3. This will inevitably jump ship to other platforms, but is launching on Apple products first sometime this year (iPhones, iPads, Macs).
  4. https://www.pcgamer.com/the-new-xcom-is-a-free-to-play-mobile-game/
  5. I’ll begin this by saying that I appreciate that Nintendo (and affiliates) make a stupid amount of money from the physical game. It does seem though a basic game, limited cards and a stupid amount of items to pay for would be a match made in heaven. This has all come around in my head as I have started to get a bit obsessed with the idea of playing some kind of card game and also D&D (sparked by listening to Dungeons & Daddies).
  6. I know DOTA is more popular here but LoL is more my style and now it's on mobile with some adjustments (and only like half the cast and unfortunately all of my junglers are missing)! Perfect for my current bed ridden state I will be back with my simpleton low level weak ass non-DOTA playing impressions later (updating now).
  7. MTG Arena is on Android now it's slightly wonky on mobile (I think they need to increase card sizes for one) but its a full portable MTG experience!
  8. https://kotaku.com/ubisoft-apologizes-for-tom-clancy-game-imagery-that-sug-1844892904
  9. https://www.ign.com/articles/civilization-6-vi-android Full PC pricing seems a little steep, but you can download the vanilla game and get a 60 turn demo, which I appreciate since I can imagine playing Civ on a phone being a bit tedious so good to get a chance to try it before buying.
  10. https://www.blog.google/products/google-play/google-play-pass-enjoy-apps-and-games-without-ads-or-app-purchases/
  11. https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2019-01-31-mario-kart-tour-delayed-until-summer
  12. https://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2019-08-20-denuvo-launches-new-mobile-game-security-solution
  13. https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/15/18627110/steam-link-app-ios-apple-tv-released Supports the steam controller or any other Mfi controller. As an iphone and apple TV user, this makes me happy.
  14. https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/29/18644648/google-play-store-loot-box-disclosure-family-friendly-policy-changes
  15. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-tencent-holdings-videogames/exclusive-tencent-and-riot-games-developing-mobile-version-of-league-of-legends-sources-idUSKCN1SS0ZJ
  16. So I'm going on a trip with some long flights. Looking for some good games to play on the flight that are more engaging than solitaire or word puzzles. Since I'll be flying I have no idea if the airline will offer wifi at a reasonable rate or if it's fast/reliable enough to do any kind of online gaming so offline would be preferred. I'd imagine something turn based or slower paced would be good. Probably an RPG or strategy game. Thanks in advance.
  17. For those who haven't heard of it before, here's a cheesy intro video : And here's the game's website: https://www.ingress.com/ Basically, it's an augmented reality GPS game for your phone. You walk around and seek out various landmarks (statues, buildings, signs, etc.) and capture them for your team. It's a pretty fun way to get to know your city a bit better, IMO. A friend of mine is really into it and I was enjoying it when I played with him, but I kind of forgot about it until recently. We're both on the Resistance. Does anyone here play?
  18. https://variety.com/2019/gaming/news/nintendo-mobile-microtransactions-1203156557/
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