Codename Entertainment has announced that it is bringing Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms to tablets in the second quarter of this year. Idle Champions is an officially licensed Dungeon & Dragons idle clicker. In the game, players assemble Champions from the D&D universe to team up and go on a variety of quests. The game features deep strategy for a clicker as players must find the right combination of Champions to take down groups of powerful monsters.
Is the sixth-generation iPad worth buying?
Typically it depends on what you're looking for when purchasing a new iPad, but when it comes to the sixth 9.7-inch iPad, or second "low-cost" iPad, it really comes down to one thing: speed. The 2018 model isn't much of an upgrade over the previous. The only real difference is the A10 processor, which makes the 2018 model 40 percent faster than the 2017 model. The new iPad is also equipped with Broadcom chips for Apple Pencil support. A feature not found on the previous model.
There are two Harry Potter games planned for iOS devices this year. While we still don't know the release date for Niantic's AR version of the wizarding world, Jam City announced that its Harry Potter RPG will land on the App Store April 25th. Jam City also announced that the game will feature voice work by some of the original actors from the films.
iFixit has released its report on the education iPad, aka the iPad 6, and it has earned a 2 out 10 (10 is easiest to repair) on the Repairability scale.
The newly released 9.7-inch iPad is equipped with much of the same hardware found inside its predecessor, the original "low-cost" iPad (fifth-generation). The only differences between the two models are the A10 Fusion processor and Apple Pencil support. The tear down also revealed 2GB of RAM, the same Broadcom chips found in the 10.5- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, and a 32.9 Wh battery.
Epic Games announced that the invite period for Fortnite on iOS is officially over. The developer Tweeted on Monday, "no invite needed – Fortnite is now open everywhere on iOS. Grab your friends and jump in now!”
After being in beta for quite some time, Marvel Strike Force is finally available on the Apple App Store. The free-to-play RPG includes 70 playable Marvel superheroes and villains (including Wolverine), iconic locations like the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, 5v5 turn-based combat, and the ability to upgrade your characters to build the ultimate "squad." Players can battle through multiple modes with Iron Man, Captain America, Loki, Elektra, Dr. Strange and more.
It takes a bit of know-how to navigate online customer reviews, especially when it comes to video games. You have to read a few comments before you can decide if a game's overall score is warranted. R.B.I. Baseball 18 is currently getting torn apart in the customer review section of the Apple App Store, and everyone seems to agree that the game is a hot mess. Plagued with several issues the game's negative 2.1 rating seems to be well earned. Lots of users are also lamenting the fact they did not listen to the reviews and still purchased the game.
Yesterday, Apple announced its second "low cost" iPad during its education event in Chicago. The new iPad is available now through apple.com, at Apple retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers, like B&H and Best Buy. It boasts an A10 Fusion chip with embedded M10 coprocessor making it 40-percent faster with 50 percent faster graphics performance than the previous 9.7-inch model.
As expected, Apple announced a new 9.7-inch iPad at its education event in Chicago. The next-generation model features similar specs to the discontinued 9.7-inch iPad Pro. It even includes Apple Pencil support and a faster A10 Fusion chip. Current iPad Pro models, like the 10.5-inch, are powered by Apple's A10X chip, as a comparison. The 9.7-inch iPad does not ship with Smart Connector and True Tone display, like the pro models.
The real battle royale is not happening between players in PUBG Mobile, it's happening right now on the App Store. Both PUBG Mobile and Fortnite have been ported to mobile and are fighting over iPhone and iPad users. It is kind of reminiscent of Android and iOS, if you think about it. Both games offer basically the same features, both are free, both were available on other platforms before coming to mobile, and most importantly both want to hook you on their ecosystem. The more players each game recruits the better the competition, and hopefully that leads to more players spending money on whatever DLC or IAPs each games decides to offer in the future.