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<p>There're probably very few people who don't know what Dexter is. The bloody and mildly unnerving TV show is an utter riot and you can now get your hands on its game, Dexter: Slice, on iOS and Android.</p><p>Dexter: Slice is a simple but challenging puzzler in which you have to tap all of the open holes (filled with blood, duh) and take a leaf out of Dexter's book. It doesn't sound challenging like that but at a bunch of knifes and drills into the fray and voila, you've got yourself a puzzle. Just, try to keep your fingers attached to your body, eh?</p><p>The narration by Dexter's dear ol' dad, Harry (James Remar) doesn't go unnoticed as he accompanies the levels. So far you've got 120 to play around with, plus an add-on due for release this December featuring Dexter himself (Michael C. Hall). From the trailer you'll notice that levels increase in difficulty, ranging from 'please, you call this a challenge?' to 'oh god, why?' so you'd better get some practice in.</p><p>Dexter: Slice is apparently still in soft launch, releasing 'officially' on October 31st, but you can grab it on the App store for £2.29/$2.99, and on Google Play for similar price.</p>
<p>Tom Clancy's Elite Squad has now soft-launched for Android over in the Philippines. This one's a turn-based strategy game that tasks you with assembling your very own crack team of Ubisoft's best-known characters, including the legendary Sam Fisher.</p><p>It was first revealed all the way back at E3 2019, and after a spell of relative silence, it was announced that the game would launch first for Android devices later this year. It was also made clear that it would roll out gradually across a number of regions.</p><p>Being the all-knowing soothsayer that I am, I correctly predicted back in February that Elite Squad would launch first in the Philippines. Just ignore the part where I also list New Zealand and Australia as possibilities.</p><p>The game itself looks decent enough, offering a stylised aesthetic that makes it stand out from the countless drab military shooters on the mobile market.</p>
Idle Legions<p>Grid Autosport cemented its place as an all-time mobile great when it raced its way onto iOS in 2017. Now Feral Interactive, the team responsible for bringing the game to mobile, is on the lookout for players that are interested in testing out the possibility of multiplayer.</p><p>Feral Interactive put out a tweet earlier today, requesting any players that are interested in signing up to do so using Apple's TestFlight app. It's important to point out, however, that Feral mention it's to test the feasibility of an online mode, so it's not guaranteed that it will make it to the main game anytime soon, though hopefully, it does because it would be an excellent addition to an already fantastic game. </p><p>If you're interested in getting involved with the test you'll need the Testflight app, an Apple device that can run iOS 12.1 or later and a supported iPad or iPhone. That includes an iPhone 6S or beyond whilst tablet users will need an iPad variant released after 2017 or any iPad Pro.</p><p>It's good to see Feral Interactive actively interested in continuing to provide updates for their excellent port of Grid Autosport. It was finally released on Android in November of last year, where it's been very well received since launch.</p><p>This isn't particularity surprising since Feral Interactive has quickly established themselves as one of the premier mobile porting companies. They've released several excellent mobile versions of games that include the likes of Tropico, Rome Total War and most recently Company of Heroes.</p><p>Grid Autosport is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs £9.99 with further in-app purchases available that unlock various tracks, texture packs and cars. Alternatively, you can pick it up for £29.99 on the Nintendo Switch eShop. </p>Enjoy racing games? Here are 25 of the best available for iOS
<p>Tropico arrives on iPad for the first time ever in just a week, so Feral Interactive’s decided to spoil us with a full 1-hour look at how the game plays on tablets. The team over at Feral shows off the game, running it on a new iPad Pro.</p><p>While Tropico for iOS is looking like a real treat, the game does have a specific set of requirements. The game won’t support older iPads, so make sure yours is up to snuff before you drop £11.99 on the game.</p><p>
<p>It was announced back in September of 2014 but The Sun and The Moon is finally coming tomorrow on Playstation Vita.</p><p>As we reported then, it's a speedy, hardcore platformer that looks tough as nail:</p>
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<p>Monster Dash is an endless runner from developer Halfbrick Studios, though you may already know that since the game was previously available for iOS from 2010 to 2017 before it was removed due to GDPR compliance. But now it's set to make a hopefully glorious return to the App Store.</p><p>Initially, this will only be in soft-launch meaning only select regions will be able to access the game. Those places include Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines and Indonesia. Monster Dash will soft-launch for iOS in those aforementioned countries before the end of the month.</p>
<p>Pew Pew Planet, goGame's latest casual arcade shooter, is now available globally for both iOS and Android. It will see players control a fleet of ships called Guardian spacecraft where they will then be tasked with gunning down enemies simply known as Minions – and no, not those ones.</p><p>It's incredibly simple in concept, as most of these casual games are intended to be. Each level will see several Minions constantly rotating around the edge of a planet and you'll have to shoot a certain amount of them. The game will swap to slow motion as you attempt to hit the last Minion to try and increase the tension a bit.</p><p>However, you're not allowed to accidentally shoot anything else. If you hit the planet or a bomb that might be stealthily hidden amongst the throng of aliens floating around the planet, then it will be game over and you'll have to start again from zero points – or watch an ad to continue.</p>
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Updated 11th August, 08:20 AM: After a bit of a hesitant start, Satellina Zero is now out. Having received Pocket Gamer's very respectable Bronze Award, check out the review of the game here. Android users will have to wait a little bit longer.<p>Download the game now free from iTunes for your iPhone and iPad.</p><p>Complementary to our article earlier this week on the Satellina sale, we recently received word that its successor Satellina Zero will be coming to mobile devices in the next couple of weeks.</p><p>Satellina Zero is a one-finger arcade game that sounds similar to its predecessor, but is actually supposed to be played completely differently. Instead of boasting of its longevity, developer Moon Kid has stated that it's meant to be played in short bursts – perfect for playing on public transportation then, I guess.</p><p>Just to confuse you a little bit more Satellina Zero is actual a 'prequel' of sorts to Satellina. Rather than continuing with Satellina's colourful and contrasting design, Satellina Zero takes an almost futuristic approach as its background is stark-black against lines of colourful 'code'.</p><p>The game is due to come out on August 10th (next Wednesday) on iOS, and August 17th on Android. We'll let you know the moment it drops on either platform.</p>The Flies and the Honey-Pot