What was hot and not at this year’s Tokyo Game Show? Find out in our spiffy list of highlights (and lowlights).
Featuring highly intuitive Tap-and-Swipe core gameplay mechanic and top of the line Anime-style game arts
Try to stay employed in Don’t Get Fired.
Drunk Fu is brawler with a crazy physics engine and some off-kilter ragdoll effects that are combined to give the impression of drunk men fighting.
Angry Birds 2 looks fantastic. Leaps and bounds ahead of anything Rovio has done before and close to something you would expect on a console.
Pursuit of Light is dreamily simple and fun. Just start tapping and hopping your avatar along in this simple, skillful, and musical side-scroller.
In WAKFU Raiders, players gather powerful warriors and creatures to fight opposing forces using a unique combo battle system utilizing real-time combat strategies.
The original Grand Chase was released 13 years ago worldwide and accrued over 20 million users
Enter the World of Twelve and set off on a pocket-sized adventure in Wakfu Raiders.
Fallout Shelter is a great surprise from Bethesda, and a pretty good free-to-play game to boot.