New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Stranger Things and more

Batman: The Enemy Within

Stranger Things: The Game was released to the App Store ahead of the second season's October 27th release. It's a 8-bit recreation of the fictional town Hawkins, Indiana where players can explore, solve puzzles, find Eggos and gnomes, and unlock hidden locations. The game is available for free on the App Store. You can watch the trailer here.

DigimonLinks has made its way to the US. The new monster collecting title allows players to train their own army of Digimon and compete in 3-on-3 battles. Players can also build their own digital farms to train their Digimon. The game is available for free on the App Store.

DigimonLinks now available on the App Store


Pokémon has a new challenger on the Apple App Store -- Bandai Namco's DigimonLinks. The monster battler has been available in Japan for quite a while, but today it has finally made its way to the US. Bandai Namco last week released a trailer highlighting the game's battle system and other features. You can watch it below.

Will Apple continue with the iPad Pro or launch the iPad X?

iPhone X Symbol

Now that the iPhone 8 has been released and the iPhone X has been revealed some Apple fans are wondering what is next for the iPad. Apple typically releases new features for its iPhone models before adapting them to their iPad lineup. For example, the iPhone 5s launched with Touch ID before the iPad Air 2. This year Apple has added several new features to its iPhone lineup making fans wonder what new features will come to the next-generation iPad. Here's a quick look at a few of the more popular iPhone X features that could be adapted to the iPad.

Save $100 on the purchase of an 10.5-inch iPad Pro [Deals]

Best Buy Sale

Best Buy has discounted the 10.5-inch WiFi-only iPad by $100. All three storage capacities and all colors are available. The 64GB model has been marked down from $649 to $549, the 256GB version is now $699 and the 512GB model is only $899. You can head on over to Best Buy's online store to purchase any of the discounted models.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: NBA 2K18 and more

Daisy Super Mario Run

Apple this week released iOS 11 putting an end to 32-bit apps on the App Store. While many games and apps were rendered useless with the release of Apple's new OS, a lot of developers stepped up by making their titles 64-bit compatible. Two of those games are XCOM: Enemy Within and the zombie shooter Aftermath. You can check what apps will not work on your device by following these instructions.

2K updates XCOM: Enemy Within with 64-bit support

XCOM: Enemy Within

The Appocalypse arrived this week rendering lots of App Store titles useless, but the popular XCOM: Enemy Within in not one of the iOS 11 casualties.

In case you didn't know, Apple stopped supporting 32-bit apps with the release of iOS 11. Any app not updated to support 64-bit will no longer work on newer devices, like the iPhone X, or devices updated to iOS 11 or later. A lot of apps were left to fall on the wayside after the rollout, but a lot of developers also surprised mobile gamers by actually updating their titles with 64-bit support.

Beta testing now open for Warhammer Quest: The End Times

Warhammer Quest 2

Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times is now open to beta testers with certain devices. Developer Perchang is now accepting requests from iOS users with an iPhone 5 or newer, iPad 4 or newer, iPad mini 2 or newer or sixth-generation iPod touch. To participate you can email Please include your name, your device, language and the email associated with your Apple ID.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Iron Marines and more

Iron Marines

The creators of the popular Kingdom Rush trilogy have released Iron Marines to the Apple App Store. Iron Marines is a real-time strategy game with tower defense-like elements. In the game, you control 3 squads of Iron Marines in an attempt to complete different objectives in 14 missions and 10 special operations across two different worlds. Each squad has 3 different class of troops with their own special abilities led by one of nine heroes (3 free, 6 available as IAPs). You also can command 8 special weapons and different Refineries with 3 different turrets and abilities. Other features include 40 plus upgrades, 50 plus achievements and 4 modes of difficulty including Impossible Mode.

Iron Marines is available now for $4.99 on the App Store.

Apple quietly raises iPad Pro prices after iPhone X announcment

iPad Pro Price Change

Apple raised the prices of its 256GB and 512GB iPad Pro models after its iPhone X keynote on September 12th. Both the 10.5- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are now $50 more than their original launch price. The 256GB WiFi-only 10.5-inch model is now available through for $799 and the 512GB model now retails for $999. The 12.9-inch model prices have been increased to $799 for the 64GB model, $949 for the 256GB model, and $1149 for the 512GB model.


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