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Best iPhone and iPad Games of the Week: 11/7/14

Further ramping into Q4 and barreling towards the “holiday season” (or I guess now the day after Halloween is technically the holiday season) it’s not a surprise we’re seeing better and better games. Developers are going to continue to jockey for position over the next month before the iTunes freeze… So if you think these last few weeks have been good, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.


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Bitcoin Billionaire, Free
[Review] – I hate Bitcoin Billionaire for existing. It’s an idle clicker game, where tapping the screen gets stuff that can be spent on other stuff, but I’ve spent way too much time playing this. I’ve mined way too many fake bitcoins to be proud of myself in any way. I’ve had fun, and this game provides some real excitement and does so in a way that can be played for free with innovative incentivized advertising, but again, I feel kind of ashamed about it. Genuinely, it deserves five stars for excellence at what it is, but perhaps one star out of spite for existing.


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Drift’n’Drive, $1.99
[Review] – Drift’n’Drive is quite the fun chaotic top-down racing game. I was intrigued by the game when I saw a GIF of it in action with a whopping 32-car field, and it looked like something I had to play. And it lived up to my expectations. It’s very much an arcade-like experience. The cars auto-accelerate, and have tires with low grip, making them drift-happy, and providing for a very chaotic game. And the only controls are left and right to steer, with a turbo boost that charges up over time. Helping with the chaos is the fact that the courses are generated randomly in the career mode, so it’s about reacting to what might be coming up next and trying to stay on the road. Grass and dirt slow the car down, hitting trees and walls causes damage to the car, and it’s possible to lose a wheel, which makes steering more difficult, until both front wheels are gone, and the vehicle is just straight-up wrecked.


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Puzzle to the Center of the Earth, Free
[Review] – There still aren’t enough mining games out there in the world. Despite the resurgence of the genre on the mobile platform and recent mainstream hits like Steamworld Dig, I could probably play a new mining game every week without getting bored. There’s something about digging down into the great unknown that fills a void many other titles can’t, and Puzzle to the Center of the Earth manages to keep the core facets of the genre intact, while adding in some unique puzzle elements.


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RPG Asdivine Hearts, $3.99
[Review] – Well, friends, it was bound to happen sooner or later. A couple of the developers of Kemco’s regular RPG releases have been dancing at the knife edge of quality for a while now, and it was only a matter of time before one of them finally lined up all the pieces and created something truly excellent. I always knew it would be you, EXE Create. Asdivine Hearts isn’t just Kemco’s best RPG release to date, it’s one of the better original JRPGs available on mobiles from anyone. It doesn’t transcend the genre in any meaningful ways, but every aspect of it not only shows a desire to change things up a bit, but to make sure all of those ideas actually work well together. If you like JRPGs and want something that isn’t a port of a classic, this game should definitely be on your short list.


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Talisman, $6.99
[Review] – I’ve been on a Games Workshop kick lately, and with the relatively recent universalization of Nomad Games’ Talisman, I couldn’t help but scoop it up. This app has some sky high production quality with a full compliment of features including multiple view modes, full musical scoring and future content updates. I have to admit I caught a serious case of nostalgia seeing the old familiar 3-ringed map and some of my favorite classes again. This port is going to amaze and excite even if you haven’t experienced the physical version of this classic board game.

Additionally, we reviewed a few other games this week. As always, you can dig into all of our reviews by clicking here. Alternatively, you can hit up specific scores by using these links:

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Um site bizarro faz streaming de 73.000 câmeras de segurança privada

Não deveria ser tão fácil espiar o quarto de um estranho. Muito menos o quarto de centenas de estranhos. Mas um site coletou streaming de vídeo de mais de 73.000 câmeras de segurança cujos donos não trocaram a senha padrão. Seria esse um caso que exemplifica um importante problema de segurança, ou uma forma de lucrar com voyeurismo? Ou quem sabe ambos?

O Insecam diz ter imagens de câmeras IP de todos os cantos do mundo. Navegue rapidamente para encontrar não apenas estacionamentos e lojas, como também salas de estar e quartos. “Este site foi projetado para mostrar a importância das configurações de segurança”, diz o site. Mas ele claramente está lucrando com a exibição de anúncios.

Vídeos exibidos pelo Insecam

Para ser justo, todos os vídeos transmitidos pelo site podem ser encontrados pelo Google ou Shodan, sendo este último um serviço que permite buscar dispositivos conectados como câmeras IP. Mas o site coloca todos esses streamings em um único lugar de fácil acesso. Ao Motherboard, um advogado disse que o site viola leis dos EUA, já que envolve hackeamento de contas protegidas por senha, mesmo que a senha em questão seja a padrão. Não está claro quem está por trás do site, mas o domínio foi registrado no GoDaddy com um endereço IP vinculado a Moscou, na Rússia.

Ao menos há uma forma de tirar sua câmera privada do Insecam: basta colocar uma senha nova. Mas, infelizmente, é difícil imaginar que todo mundo fique sabendo da existência do site. [Network World, Motherboard]

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O novo Moto Maxx (a.k.a. Droid Turbo), da Motorola, se destaca por suas especificaes topo de linha, dentre elas, uma poderosa bateria de 3.900 mAh que promete at 40h de autonomia e era, at o momento, a maior do mundo para smartphones. “Era”, porque a empresa chinesa Gionee resol […]continuar lendo

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TouchArcade Game of the Week: ‘The Sailor’s Dream’



The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn’t necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game in a review, the game with the best graphics, or really any other quantifiable “best” thing. Instead, it’s more just us picking out the single game out of the week’s releases that we think is the most noteworthy, surprising, interesting, or really any other hard to describe quality that makes it worth having if you were just going to pick up one.

These picks might be controversial, and that’s OK. If you disagree with what we’ve chosen, let’s try to use the comments of these articles to have conversations about what game is your game of the week and why.

Without further ado…

 

The Sailor’s Dream

This week Simogo released their sixth iOS title The Sailor’s Dream [$3.99], and once again have shown that they’re a studio that’s operating on an entirely different level. Way back in May, before The Sailor’s Dream was even officially announced, Simogo shared a collage of visual inspirations for the project, and I said this: “Simogo puts an emphasis on style and design in their projects, and they’re constantly challenging what we’ve come to expect from interactive experiences. Nothing showcases that more than their most recent title, Device 6, which oozes with style and marries audio, visuals and written text in a way that’s unlike anything else on the iOS platform.” I feel that rings even more true with The Sailor’s Dream.

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Within the first few moments of firing up The Sailor’s Dream, you know you’re in for a unique experience. You navigate the world with natural touchscreen gestures, and the way the text moves across the screen and the flow as you transition from area to area is an experience unlike most other major forms of media, and I believe an amazing realization of what video games are capable of. Actively touching and interacting with the world of The Sailor’s Dream is an intensely personal experience. The words, pictures and sounds in the game make it feel like you’re in a lucid dream, able to reach out and make conscious choices but still confused and a bit unsettled at being in an unfamiliar situation. It’s really a hard feeling to describe, but it’s exhilirating.

Of course, one of the criticisms against The Sailor’s Dream, even in our own review, is that there isn’t much “game” to it. Simogo began skirting the line between “game” and “interactive experience” back with Year Walk, and leaned even further towards the latter with Device 6. The Sailor’s Dream, by traditional standards at least, goes almost entirely in the “interactive experience” direction. How much that affects your enjoyment of The Sailor’s Dream will be a matter of personal taste.

What I really think is important though is giving Simogo credit for being so bold in pushing the boundaries not just in mobile gaming but in all of gaming and interactive entertaiment. “Gamey” games are great, and in fact I love Simogo’s work in this area with their earlier games like Bumpy Road. I definitely wouldn’t want them to abandon that world completely. However, I think their past three games are important steps in broadening the scope of video games and challenging the ways we experience stories. The Sailor’s Dream is their latest story, and whether it’s gamey enough or not, it’s another stunning and unique experience from Simogo.

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