November 28, 2022

Die Nite

Are people who control the game

In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show we talk about how we didn’t miss...

In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show we talk about how we didn’t miss anything important by recording on Thursday instead of Friday last week. Nope, nothing important happened, that I’m aware of. We then talk extensively about Microsoft xCloud which is now heading to iOS via a web app, and then share our thoughts on the state of Apple today and if the customer experience really is their driving force anymore or not. We then semi-quickly go through a bunch of other interesting stories in the world of mobile gaming from this past week.

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Show Notes

xCloud Is Reportedly Coming to iOS in Early 2021 through the Web

‘Pocket City 2’ Is a 3D Follow Up to the Excellent City Builder ‘Pocket City’ Now in Development for iOS and Android

FINALLY Race Car Drifting and Point-and-Click Adventuring Come Together in ‘The Longest Drift’, Launching October 26th

‘All of You’ from Alike Studio Is a Family Friendly Puzzle Game Launching Next Month on Apple Arcade

Spiderweb Software’s ‘Geneforge 1 – Mutagen’ Gets a Brand New Trailer, Heading to Desktop and iPad in Q1 of Next Year

Cipher Prime’s Gorgeous Interactive Narrative Experience ‘Lineweight’ Launching Next Week

‘Rabbids Coding’ is a Totally Free Game that Teaches the Core Basics of Programming, Now Available on Mobile

Exploration Game ‘The First Tree’ from David Wehle Is Coing to iOS and Android next Month

Grapefrukt’s Brilliant ‘Rymdkapsel’ and ‘Twofold Inc’ Both Updated for Latest iOS Devices