2019 AppAdvice Game of the Year
You'll decide the truth in Telling Lies. In the game, you’ll sit in front of an anonymous laptop with a stolen NSA database of video footage. The secretly recorded footage is of four people linked by a shocking incident. You’ll explore the database of video, taken over two years, by typing in search terms. You can watch the clips where those words are spoken. It's directed by Sam Barlow, the force behind the classic Her Story. And Telling Lies offers that same intrigue and more.
The Hit Indie Game Arrive on the App Store
Described as a roguevania action platformer, get ready for a lot of combat. The 2D game has been redesigned with a great interface for both your iPhone or iPad. You’ll play as a failed alchemic experience and try to explore a huge castle that always changing.
Combining a Puzzler and Compelling Narrative
The game features five distinct stories in different times and locations. Each story features more progressively difficult puzzles. And each of the parts the story - dioramas, photographs, sounds, voices, and puzzles - help tell the narrative story.
A Social Adventure
From developer thatgamecompany, the team behind the iconic Flower, the new game is billed as a social adventure. Featuring seven different dreamlike realms to explore, players need to spread hope through the desolate kingdom and return fallen Stars to their constellations.
Brick Building in the Real World
Minecraft Earth takes the popular brick-building game to the real world thanks to augmented reality technology. You can build in tabletop mode at home and then place the creations in the real-world at life-size. Friends can join together to also create communal buildings. Builds can be populated with unique mobs like the muddy pig and moobloom.
A Beautiful and Captivating Puzzler
A captivating adventure, the game touches on memories, friendship, and time. It focuses on two friends – Ariana and Frendt. They are transported into a series of vibrant islands with ordinary objects that hold a special meaning to the pair. There are more than 20 different islands to explore while playing.
Taking the classic and popular franchise to the iPhone and iPad, the game features a one-finger control system to steer and drift. That also means the game will only be available to play in vertical mode. Mario and friends race on courses inspired by real-world cities along with other classic courses.
A New Adventure
In the new game, you’ll explore the new island of Pasio, the home of the Pokémon Masters League. To battle, you’ll need to create a sync pair. That is a team with three familiar trainers and their Pokémon. You’ll then send them into 3-on-3 battle against other teams in real-time.
A Smashingly Scary Casual Horror Game
You’ll need to help save all the poor souls who have been trapped in the dream demon’s porcelain nightmare. Just don’t smash the fragile figurines along the way. Some of the different figurines you’ll help save include a little girl Georgina, a drunken pirate Jack Parrot, and others.
A New Way to Attack Those Pigs
Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs
Rovio is looking to take the game into the future with its newest endeavor: Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs. Taking advantage of Apple’s ARKit, the game is everything you know and love about the franchise and adds in a big dose of augmented reality.
A Classic Returns
Rolando: Royal Edition
Originally arriving in late 2008, Rolando quickly became an App Store classic as a unique platformer. And the game has made a triumphant return in Rolando: Royal Edition. The new edition features all of the fun of the original with a remastered touch to help make all of the graphics...
Jump Into a Relaxing World
The Kreator will take you in a beautiful and relaxing world. Featuring a one-button control system, you can travel close to the soil and nurture plants. The difficulty changes with the seasons. Along with the animation, there is an original soundtrack that is more than 40 minutes long.