This has been a crazy week for us between the release of iOS 11, new iPhones, AR Kit, and so much other stuff that this podcast just blows by with us discussing all these things. iOS 11 is a huge boon for the iPad, we’re not super-sure on AR Kit, and it was really curious hearing from my UPS driver that there wasn’t a ton of of iPhones that they even delivered today. This week has been exhausting, so come unwind with The TouchArcade Show.
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Deliria, $1.99 - Deliria is a little nugget of a mobile game recently released by Eldritch, an indie developer outfit. Deliria is a 2D sci-fi base defense and exploration game where you take on the role of an overseer tasked with setting up and defending a mining base in an alternate dimension. Mysterious creatures attack your base and you, as overseer, must repel the onslaught. You also soon discover that terrible things have happened to previous crews as you venture further and you must find out why before the same happens to your own crew.
Deliria is short and sweet if you’re looking for something to play over the weekend and not devote your entire life to it. It’s now available to download for just $2 on the App Store and Google Play.