I’ve harped on about Arcane Legends for some time now, well there’s a good reason for that. It’s a good game, well now us poor iPhone and iPad users (not to mention those good old traditional iTouch users of which I was part of for such a long time) now get to play Arcane Legends as well.
It has now been released on all iOS devices for the insanely cheap price of nothing, yep not a penny. (Oh, if the penny is not your lowest denominator of currency please feel free to substitute your own).
So far over 2 million people have downloaded the Android and Google Play versions and can that many people really be wrong. It’s possible I grant you but their not, so there.
Anyway, if you want to download this for your own iOS device just head to the apple store and search for Arcane Legends, or you can click this link here instead, if you prefer.
Just a quick post to let you know that the waiting is finally over. Dark Legends, the vampire based MMO by Spacetime Studios is now available on iOS. So, now you can experience the intense MMO action as you fight your way through endless hordes of monsters and humans to reclaim your place and save the vampire race. Read more
Work has been slowing down recently, and there’s one of two things I could have done about it. I could have diligently, and pro-actively sought out new tasks at work, maybe even sorted out all those things that have needed to be done for ages… or I could have stayed sat down, done very little and faffed about with my iTouch. It didn’t take a great deal of mulling over before I arrived at the easier and much more satisfying conclusion of just checking out some new iTouch/iPhone apps. Read more
Why did no-one tell me, that you can actually get Fighting Fantasy books for your iPhone/iTouch? Oh yes. Whilst idly scrolling through the Apple store I saw them there, a whole host of them (well, four) for around £1.80 each
Ok right, for everyone who was not privileged to read such literary (or is it gaming) masterpieces; The Fighting Fantasy books are a series of books written in the 80’s by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone
, which are quite an ingenious mix of both game and book. Being only a handful of years old when they were released, and the fact that computer games were in their relative infancy, they were my entrance into role-playing games.