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Following its initial release on mobile this past March, updates for Rocketcat and Madgarden's zombie apocalypse adventure game Death Road to Canada [$10.99] have been coming in regularly throughout this year. In addition to a number of more minor updates, Death Road has also been receiving meatier, body-part-inspired content updates that are trying to follow in the footsteps of all the content being added to the desktop version of the game. Back in June we had the COCCYX update, and in August the DUODENUM update arrived. Both added a staggering amount of new features, tweaks, and fixes, making the already fantastic Death Road to Canada even better. Well, the fun's not over as this Thursday the new EYEBALL update is arriving for the mobile version of Death Road. And because human bodies have two eyeballs, this update is actually split into two parts. The first part which arrives this week adds in a dozen new text events, including the rare events Gnome Challenge Mode and Toilet of the Past's Future as well as a new event based around the hottest new piece of exercise equipment the Swole-O-Flex. You can see screens of these events below...

Death Road to Canada [$10.99] just got its massive content update. This updated, dubbed DUODENUM, includes new music, weapons, characters, systems, and more. As with every big update to the game, the price will go up by $1. If you aren't familiar with Rocketcat Games' road trip action RPG, Carter's review of the game should have you covered. The game has had a lot of post-release support over the past few months, and the newest update has truckloads of new shiny stuff to experiment with. Check out a video showcasing the update below:..




When Square Enix released The World Ends With You on the Nintendo DS several years back, it was notable for its more contemporary setting of life as a teenager in modern-day Japan, as opposed to the RPG trope of a ragtag group of kids embarking on a journey to save the world from evil in some fantasy setting. It was also notable for its intriguing dual-screen combat system, thanks to the two screens of the Nintendo DS...

Cave has basically cornered the market on iOS bullet hell shooters with a slew of solid ports from their vast library of beloved titles. As fantastic as the gameplay is in Cave’s shooters, the fact that they’re ports of arcade titles has typically meant that features like Retina Display graphics and iPad support have required to much additional work to implement into the iOS releases...

Last month Taito announced that they were bringing a port of Dariusburst – a recent entry in the classic Darius series of shooters that was released in arcades and on PSP in Japan – to iOS. While it's a bit of a straggler behind the normal round of new weekly releases, Dariusburst SP [$10.99] is now available on the App Store...

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