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Bad Piggies Adds 15 New Levels plus Record and Share Option

Rovio Entertainment entertainment has added 15 new levels to its Angry Birds spin-off Bad Piggies. Version 1.3.0 also brings some new features, toys, plus the ability to record your best tricks and share them through your favorite social networks.

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Bad Piggies was launched for the iPad and iPhone on September 27, 2012. The game allows users to play as the Angry Birds' nemesis the Bad Piggies. Players must help the Bad Pigs on their quest for food by building them "flying machines" with random objects. The game features more than 120 levels, 8 sandbox levels, and 35 objects to create the ultimate Bad Piggies machine.

First Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles App Lands on the iPad

Nickelodeon has released Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run for iOS devices. The game is another endless runner where users must run and jump over obstacles while playing as either Leo, Donnie, Raph, or Mikey. Players can also use various weapons, gadgets, and boosts to defeat enemies like the Foot Clan, Kraang, and Dimension X. The game features in-app purchases, unlockable characters like Dogpound, mini-games, and the ability to fight in slow-motion combat sequences when activating the power-up "Turtle Time".

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The official iTunes page oddly features a lot of warnings from the developers. According to the official description, the game is not "compatible with older devices", and only works with the fifth generation iPod touch, iPhone 4 or higher, and the iPad 2 or higher. It's unclear if this message was added in response to all the user complaints about frequent app crashes. There are also some "additional notes" about in-app purchases and data collection. Be sure to read everything carefully before downloading the app.

Mike Vick: GameTime Free for the iPad and iPhone

It seems like an odd move to name anything after Michael Vick these days, but for those of you who have already forgiven him, Mike Vick: GameTime is a fun football game. If you enjoy tossing Hail Mary passes on Madden, then this will be a great time killer for you. The object of the game is to score as many touchdowns as possible in 60 seconds. You only control the offense, no defense, in a 4-on-4 football game. The other team earns points every time you fail to score. Very simple.

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You do not play as Vick, instead you control and build your own team from the ground up. You start with a limited playbook, and a few rookie players. You earn money by playing and winning games to spend on new plays, upgrades and uniforms. There are of course in-app purchases for those who don't mind spending real money on digital money to improve their chances.

iPad App Giveaway: Win the Game 'Field Fighter'

The game Field Fighter from Eightythree Tech was just launched on the App Store, and we’re giving away promo codes to 5 iPad gamers! This scrolling space shooter features interesting graphics and 6 challenging levels for an addictive experience.

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Individual Game Center leaderboards track three difficulty levels, which keeps the game challenging. Three different weapons can be used to destroy your enemies including the laser, spread shot and lock-on missile. Each weapon performs super-charged attacks after grabbing power-ups, and every explosion warps the background in a unique way.

Duke Nukem II Announced for the iPad

Duke Nukem II is coming to iOS devices this April. The game was originally released in 1993 by Apogee Software (now 3D Realms), and is being re-released for its 20th anniversary. Duke Nukem II is the sequel to the very popular PC game Duke Nukem, which was released in 1991. Part 2 was also ported to the Game Boy Color as Duke Nukem in 1999.

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The game follows Duke as he battles an alien race who plan to enslave Earth. It is a platform game where users must use various weapons, and items to make it to final level to defeat the Rigelatins super boss. The iOS version will feature all the classic weapons with some added new artwork and integrated leaderboards.

5 Classic Cult Games That Need an iPad Release, But Will Never Get One

There are plenty of ways to download SNES or other retro games if you have a jailbroken device, but non-jailbreakers are stuck with whatever the App Store has to offer. This is fine if you're a SEGA fan, since there are plenty of old school SEGA titles like Streets of Rage 2 and Sonic the Hedgehog available for iOS devices, but Nintendo fans are out of luck. I understand why Nintendo doesn't want to release new games for Apple devices, but not releasing older titles is a bit odd. Especially when millions of gaming fans are willing to pay money to own them a second or third time. Here are five classic cult Nintendo, SEGA and PlayStation games I would buy in a second if they were available in the App Store.

Zombies Ate My Neighbors

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When someone says "cult video game" I immediately think of Zombies Ate My Neighbors. It was not an instant hit, but it did gain a following over time. Why is it so popular now? Because everything about this game is great! The music is great, the gameplay is fun, and it's like playing 20 horror games at once. It has everything including zombies, aliens, giant babies and cartoon Jason's with chainsaws. You can't ask much more from a game like this.

I downloaded it from the Wii Shop a few years ago and it's still a blast to play. This would make a great iPad game especially if it featured an online co-op mode.

Samurai vs Zombies Defense 2 Now Available for the iPad [Free Games]

Glu Games has finally released Samurai vs Zombies Defense 2 for the iPad, iPhone and Android devices. The follow-up to the popular side-scrolling / strategy game features all the fun gameplay of the original, while adding many new and exciting features. Users can now choose from four different heroes, compete in multiplayer games, and take daily challenges to earn bonus items.

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The sequel builds on the popularity of the original by adding more zombies, allies, power-ups and special abilities. Gone is the plinko game, and the ability to go back to completed levels, but users can now earn extra artifacts and money by competing in the multiplayer battles, or by completing the Daily Challenge.

Best Tower Defense Games for New iPad Owners

If you received a shiny new iPad for the holidays then you're probably looking for the best apps and games to download from the App Store. Tower Defense fans will definitely want to check out Kingdom Rush HD by Armor Games and The Creeps! HD by Super Squawk Software LLC.

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I consider Kingdom Rush to be one of the best Tower Defense games ever created. It is one of the few iOS games that I took the time to beat on every level and earn every achievement. It's just that good!

In Kingdom Rush players must use their soldiers and mages to defend their kingdom against hordes of orcs, trolls and evil wizards. What separates Kingdom Rush from other TD games is the ability to use different abilities, spells and the environment to win each level. Users must choose the best tower combinations and special abilities to take down over 30 unique enemies. Timing, tower placement and utilizing the right tools for each individual situation is also important. The many different strategies, enemies and environments will keep you busy for hours.

THOR: Son of Asgard Free for a Limited Time [iPad Games]

Marvel Entertainment is offering THOR: Son of Asgard free for a limited time. I wouldn't recommend it for the iPhone, but if you like playing button mashing games on your iPad, then you may want to take advantage of this deal. The game normally costs $2.99.

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Son of Asgard features an original story and script written by Marvel writer Bryan J.L. Glass, 3D Retina display graphics, art by Marvel artist Ron Lim and an original soundtrack created just for the iOS game. Players play as Thor as he defends Odin’s Kingdom of Asgard from Dark Elves, Trolls, Ulik and the Midgard Serpent. You can use Thor's hammer and summon lightning for powerful magic attacks to defeat the enemies of Asgard. The game also features many of Thor's allies like Sif and the Warriors Three.

RPG Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition Now Available for the iPad

The popular 1998 role-playing game Baldur's Gate is now available for the iPad in an upgraded and improved version made especially for tablets. The iPad version includes the entire Baldur's Gate adventure and the Tales of the Sword Coast expansion pack. There is also new content like three never before seen characters (two being $3 in-app purchases), and a new adventure entitled The Black Pits.

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The official app description promises "80 hours of Epic RPG adventure", "over 100 spells" and "over 150 magical items". Plus in-app purchases for new player voices and portraits, and Gamecenter support.


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