<p>It's quite surprising how the announcement of The Binding of Isaac on mobile went from a tweet that sounded like a joke to some screenshots and videos that showed the game running without actually anyone confirming it was coming at all.</p><p>Well today it's even weirder as producer Tyrone Rodriguez posted a screenshot of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth getting rejected on Apple's App Store.</p><p><p>C'mon, wtf... Apple pic.twitter.com/aEygkjqH2b— Tyrone Rodriguez (@tyronerodriguez) February 7, 2016 Per Apple's rules, a game can be rejected if it features violence towards children. While it may sound fair at first, it's quite weird how Limbo and The Walking Deadcan be accepted on the App Store when they feature a much more graphic representation of violence towards children.</p><p>Furthermore, Apple does have a 17+ rating in effect on the App Store that should be used for such cases.</p><p>In any case, I hope that's simply a misunderstanding or another quirk in the App Store approval process and that The Binding of Isaac will come to iOS, unadulterated. I mean come on, it's a game that even Nintendo approved...</p>
Where Shadows Slumber (BETA)(Free play all levels)"Poor, poor girl!" said Anne again. Her own happiness seemed to reproach her. What right had she to be so happy when another human soul must be so miserable?
Many games are around the corner of the android play store, but many possess the same gameplay, and very few are only worth enjoying. Our of very few good games today, we are coming up here with one of the unique games you will come across for the first time, Agar.io. Yes, agar is one of the fantastic games you have ever encountered. Additionally, we will introduce you all to its hacked version, which you will love, so stay tuned to the article till the end to explore essential things about this game.
<p>Just when you thought awards season was at an end, along comes the British Academy Games Awards to prove you dead wrong. I'll make an allowance for this one, though, as the nominees for the EE Mobile Game of the Year Award are all really rather good.</p><p>The award is now in its second year, and it aims to celebrate the mobile game that offers the very best experience on a smartphone and over a mobile network. There are six nominees in total, with the winner set to be announced during the British Academy Games Awards ceremony on April 2nd.</p><p>While the nominees were voted on by industry experts, including our very own Dann Sullivan and Chris James, the winner will be decided by you lovely lot – the public! The award will be presented to the winner by YouTubers Ali-A and Clare Siobhan.</p><p>We've covered almost all of the nominees quite extensively over the last year or so, with a few personal faves making the list. What's nice to see is the variety of games up for the award. I mean, you've got a heartfelt indie, an FMV mystery, a AAA blockbuster, and a ludicrous golf parody. Surely only in the world of mobile gaming would you find such a weird and wonderful assortment of games up for major awards.</p><p>The nominees include:</p>Assemble With CareCall of Duty: MobileDead Man's PhonePokemon GoTangle TowerWhat the Golf?<p>Voting is now officially open. If you'd like to have your say, you can do so by following this here handy link. For me, it's between Tangle Tower and What the Golf?, though it's highly likely that COD Mobile will scoop this one up, too.</p>On the hunt for some hidden gems? Well, you're in luck! Here are 53 of the best games currently in soft launch
"Didn't you know you took your life in your hands?"
THE LARK (according to an ancient legend) was created before the earth itself, and when her father died, as there was no earth, she could find no place of burial for him. She let him lie uninterred for five days, and on the sixth day, not knowing what else to do, she buried him in her own head. Hence she obtained her crest, which is popularly said to be her father's grave-hillock.GILBERT AND ANNE DISAGREE<p>Capsule Servant is an upcoming mobile game created by Type-Moon, the developers behind the Fate/ series. The game is being released in celebration of Fate/Stay Night's 15th anniversary and will be available on both iOS and Android. </p><p>Long-time fans of the Fate/ series may recognise Capsule Servant as a mini-game from Fate/hollow ataraxia that was last released on the Vita in 2015. It's a tower defence style game that features chibi versions of the game's characters.</p><p>In its original release players would choose to play as either Rin Tohsaka or Shirou Emiya, two of the three protagonists from Fate/stay night. They would work their way through the story using servants, who take the place of towers, to defeat various enemies.</p><p> </p><p>Capsule Servant features many characters from throughout the whole franchise, so it makes sense why they've chosen to make a mobile version to celebrate an anniversary. It's not clear at this stage if it will be a straight port or if additional characters will be added to include newer Fate games that were released after Hollow ataraxia.</p><p>Despite what the name implies, Capsule Servant will not be a gacha style release in the mould of its mobile brethren Fate/Grand order. Instead, it will be a premium game without in-app purchases, though a price has not been announced yet.</p><p>No release date has been announced yet, although it is expected to be out this year in Japan. No Western version has been detailed yet but it's likely we'll have to wait a little longer anyway. More details are set to be revealed in October at the Machi Asobi event in Japan. If you can read Japanese or want to know which characters are in the game and would recognise them, then check out the official site.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS