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iOS Game Review: Doctor Life - A Medical Simulation Game With Zeros IAPs

Finally, a simulation game where you don't have to wait 24 hours to perform one task!

Doctor Life from Wigu Games Studio challenges you to transform a failing medical clinic into a multistory hospital by building your reputation as a doctor. The game looks a lot like Tiny Tower, but instead of waiting around and doing nothing, you must diagnose and treat patients to earn enough money so you can expand your building and keep your clinic stocked with medical supplies.

Doctor Life

Doctor Life doesn't screw around. It immediately throws you into the fire and forces you to quickly learn the symptoms and treatments for many diseases and medical problems. The controls are simple to learn, but the game requires a lot of concentration, speed, and memorizing to master. Here's how it works...

Astro Golf Only $2 for a Limited Time

Astro Golf: Taking Mini Golf to New Heights is half off its regular price for a limited time. The new game takes players to outer space where they can play a round of mini golf using various robots. The game features 50 space-themed holes and science fiction obstacles like killer robots and trap doors. Players can also perform gravity defying trick shots and teleport through space.

Astro Golf

The game follows Orbit and Tess as they try find their way out of the abandoned cargo ship. Players must help the lost robots by golfing their way through the spaceship while dodging obstacles like black holes and fire traps. Astro Golf also features three game modes, 3D art, fifty holes and several bonus levels. Here's the official iTunes description:

Gameforge and Sproing Developing MOBA-RPG For Tablets

Online games publisher Gameforge and Sproing are developing a free-to-play RPG for tablets. Sigils: Battle for Raios is a multiplayer online (MOBA) game which will feature a variety of playable Champions, an innovative matchmaking system and leaderboard support.

Sigils: Battle for Raios

Sigils promises to be new user friendly while delivering a challenging experience for seasoned RPG players thanks to its intelligent matchmaking system. Users will be able to team up with friends to battle other Champions or against computer controlled AI monsters in real time matches.

How to Play Nintendo Games on Your iOS Device Without Jailbreaking

Up until now only iOS users who were lucky enough to nab emulators like Slider Puzzle or MAME could enjoy playing Nintendo games on their iPad or iPhone, but that has all changed thanks to a new website called webNES. The website allows iOS users to use their Dropbox account to upload NES ROMs to play on their mobile browser. The best part about the website is Apple can't shut it down like it does with emulators uploaded to the App Store.

Galaxy Patrol

WebNES works with both Safari and Chrome, and includes five pre-installed games: Croom, Tetramino, Galaxy Patrol, Fighter F-8000 and BoxBoy. It also features its own on-screen Nintendo controller with D-pad and A / B buttons, so all you will need is your own NES ROMs, and headphones if you want sound.

Adventure Time Card Wars Now Available for iOS Devices

Cartoon Network has released a new app titled Card Wars for all iOS devices. The game is based on the episode of Adventure Time with the same name. Card Wars is a Magic: The Gathering-inspired game where users summon creatures and cast spells using decks of collectible cards.

Card Wars Adventure Time

Players can play as Finn, Jake, BMO, Princess Bubblegum, Marceline and Flame Princess, and summon warriors like Husker Knights, Cool Dog, the Immortal Maize Walker, and Pig. Players can also collect additional cards by defeating opponents, and earn experience to level up their creatures, spells, and towers, or fuse them together. Card Wars - Adventure Time is available on the App Store for $3.99 and it is compatible with all devices running iOS 6 or later.

First Masha and The Bear Mobile Game Lands on U.S. App Store

The first officially licensed game based on the cartoon Masha and The Bear is now avilable for iOS devices. Masha and the Bear: Search and Rescue is a side-scroller where players must use a hot air balloon to save rabbits from a flood. Along the way players can also collect candy to spend on items and power-ups from the in-game shop.

Masha and The Bear: Search and Rescue

The app's cute story based on old Russian folklore, easy to use controls and lack of any danger make it a cute and innocent game for children to play. The game has been a hit on the Russian App Store, and the Masha and The Bear cartoon has been gaining popularity in Europe and Asia.

“We know there are huge numbers of Masha fans worldwide, and as lovers of the cartoon ourselves, we took our responsibility very seriously," said Game Manager Maxim Kochurin. "Long hours and every bit of effort has gone into not only creating the best possible game, but also one which encapsulates the passion, delight and vibrancy of the characters and the world they live in. In our opinion, we’ve achieved what we set out to do. We love the game and we are sure parents and children around the world will love it as much as we do.”

Do You Have Battletoads for the iPad?

Toad Rider is a new iOS game that looks a lot like the 1991 NES title, and popular internet meme, Battletoads. The game is an endless runner where players must use a "hoverbike" to help Zody the Toad escape a group of evil scientists.

Toad Rider

Toad Rider not only sounds like Tomb Raider, but it heavily draws on the iconic Turbo Tunnel level of the original Battletoads game. In stage 3 of Battletoads, players are also tasked with navigating dangerous obstacles while riding "speeder bikes". The Turbo Tunnel is so notorious for being impossible to navigate that it was highlighted on its own episode of the Angry Video Game Nerd.

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project Now Available on the Apple App Store

The Apple App Store is quickly becoming a retro-gamers paradise. Over the last few months classic games like Double Dragon, Tomb Raider and now Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project have been ported to iOS devices. The Manhattan Project was originally released for Windows in 2002 and it is now available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project

In the Manhattan Project Duke must save New York City from Mech Morphix's army of mutants by deploying W.I.N. (Weapons, Insults and Name-Calling). The iOS version features 9 brand new weapons, 8 levels and all the "best elements" of Duke Nukem, Duke Nukem II and Duke Nukem 3D.

Jet Car Stunts 2 Now Available for Free in the App Store

The sequel to the popular racing game Jet Car Stunts is now available for free in the App Store. Jet Car Stunts 2 features the same crazy tracks and impossible jumps that made the original such a huge hit. The sequel also brings a new level creation mode and iOS 7 controller support.

Jet Car Stunts 2

Jet Car Stunts 2 is a fun racing game where players must use their jet powered car to complete outlandish tracks suspended high in the air. It can be really challenging trying to complete the impossibly long jumps while watching your rocket fuel and trying to steer your car without flipping over, all at the same time. The game can also be really addicting and sometimes frustrating as you try not to overshoot jumps and avoid crashing into walls.

How to Stop Receiving Notifications from Games on Your iPad

A lot of new people have joined the Apple ecosystem after receiving either an iPad or iPhone for the holidays. This means a lot of new iOS owners are just discovering how annoying it is to receive constant notifications and reminders from games and apps that they've downloaded. Here's an easy way to silence all games and apps on any iOS device.

iPad Tips

Just navigate to Settings > Notification Center and scroll down until you locate the app you want to silence. Tap the game or application's tab and turn off the Notification Center slider, or just select "None" under Alert Style.


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