With Nindies’ Summer Showcase having kicked off there’s a bit more of a favour towards Switch games this week, and no wonder. But, there’s still a few mobile titles that you’ve absolutely got to check out.
Anyways, that’s enough chatting so let’s just get down to it.
AR’s getting zombified
You know about Pokemon GO, right? You walk around your town catching monsters and having fun. Well, The Walking Dead: Our World is like that but with zombies, and instead of catching them you’ve just got to kill them before they get you. Seriously, check out the trailer. Apart from the last shot which is a bit twee, the whole thing has me right on edge and wanting to test this game out come launch day.
iPhone 8’s getting revealed
This was a random one this week. It’s September, so of course it’s almost time for Apple’s annual conference where they show off all of the latest tech. Though the release date was rumoured, Wall Street Journal seemed to drop the ball on the conferences date and it’s actually been confirmed as of Friday (just gone). Expect to see the iPhone 8, 7S, 7S Plus, a new Apple Watch, and probably some other stuff too on September 12th.
Brave Hands is gorgeous. Seriously
If you’re a bit fond of a digital card game, or simply love titles like Card Thief, Brave Hand will definitely be up your street. Developed by Scott Brodie with art drawn by Riley Frambes, this story-based card game looks extremely promising, and I admit I’m super excited to play it.
Skyrim’s looking Switch-tastic
Okay, this one wasn’t technically this week but in Britain we didn’t have a Monday so all rules have been cast asunder! The main point is that, yes, Skyrim may be six years old but recent footage from Gamescom shows that it’s looking slick as the inside of an oil drum and I want it… like, now.
Delicious, delicious Nindies
That’s it for another week, ladies and gents. Can you believe the time has flown by so fast?
Never fear, I’ll always be here waiting to see you again, so join me again in seven days. I promise I won’t pop out of a well or a TV screen though… at least, not this weekend.
Until next week, folks.