I'm a fan of smart wearable devices. I've yet to own one, but unlike a lot of people (like Geoff), I actually see the value in having a watch or smart band everywhere I go. I guess it's because most of the common features are ones I would use, especially when it comes to health and fitness tracking. That's why I'm already very excited about Microsoft's entry into the smart wearable tech market.
At onepoint this year, I was incredibly addicted to Hearthstone. As soon as it hit the iPad I was hooked again, making university a slightly more difficult task to undertake. Hearthstone is perfect on the go, but it’s taking a little while longer to get it running on all your handheld devices.
Almost a year ago, I told you about Tiny Death Star, the first Star Wars game to be released since Disney took ownership of the IP. It was cute, fun and addictive, and I hope you played it while it was available because it has been pulled from the App Store and Google Play without warning, even to the developers.
That is, the trading card game version of that popular battle monster franchise. Vague headlines, hooooooooooooo!
if you told me a few months ago that Goat Simulator was going to be a cult hit, I would have promptly laughed in your face before deleting you off Facebook (you know, to make the unfriending official and stuff). The game has seen some insane success to be honest, especially considering that it really is just about causing destruction as a goat. Wait a second, that sounds awesome! How have I not played it yet?
Sorry everyone, it’s not Friday – but here’s the Evo Points post anyway. Welcome to our weekly post of featured downloadable content available for different gaming platforms sponsored by www.evopoints.co.za. Hit the jump for this week’s list of fresh downloadable games and content.
SimCity doesn’t exactly ring popular with those still sore over the botched PC launch last year. Another tune that doesn’t sit well with most people is EA on mobile platforms, especially after what they pulled with Dungeon Keeper. So what would happen if two of the most unpopular headaches in recent memory combined? SimCity BuildIt happens.
Valiant Hearts is one of this year’s games that I still desperately want to play. Ubisoft has really done well with their indie-like 2D side-scrollers, and I’m an absolute sucker for a game that looks as good as Valiant Hearts does. Earlier this year Ubisoft revealed that the World War I platformer would be making its way to iOS in the future. That day is today, and you can pick up Valiant Hearts right now on your Apple device of choice.