The Walking Dead: Season Two’s Third Episode ‘In Harm’s Way’ Coming Next Week

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The popular hit The Walking Dead: The Game from Telltale Games has been on track, providing new episodes in the second season on a regular basis. The first episode, “All That Remains,” launched in mid December of last year. Episode two, “A House Divided,” made it to iOS in early March. Now, only two months later and we are about to find out what happens to little Clementine in the next installment of the zombie apocalypse series. Telltale Games has just announced that episode three, titled “In Harm’s Way,” will be available for download on iOS this Thursday, May 15.

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NamcoBandai Launches Battle Card Version of SoulCalibur Franchise

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At the turn of the century, Namco launched a combat game that rocked the console gaming world. SoulCalibur brought the eight-way run to the fight. The game was a huge hit and has been ported numerous times to multiple platforms, including iOS. This week, NamcoBandai launched a new and completely different version of the game that will upset fans of the original, but might bring new gamers into the fold.

My emotions are split on the card battle game Soulcalibur Unbreakable Soul. On the one hand, this is not even remotely close to fitting in with the man-to-man fighting franchise that has existed for nearly 15 years. On the other hand, I love card battle games, so of course I’m drawn to the mechanics.

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Flurry Publishes Tablet Report Four Years in the Making

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Flurry Analytics began studying the iPad right out of the gate. The company quickly began analyzing activities performed by tablet users and by the end of the first year had determined that they would become a powerhouse of media consumption. Four years later, tablets have also turned the PC world upside-down and even begun leaking into the living room with replacement streaming, or at least second-screen companion apps.

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PadGadget’s Flashback Friday: Brogue

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Roguelike games are hitting big in the App Store right now, and more the better in my opinion. I love hacking my way through dungeon after dungeon, picking up loot and searching for hidden passageways. That moment when you are just about to die and loose all of your stuff, but manage to kill the monster and swill a healing potion just in the nick of time is the most exciting moment in a game.

Brogue is a roguelike game that really takes things back to yesteryear. It was developed using ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange), which basically means the characters, monsters, and rooms are represented by letters and symbols. While the rest of the game-making world has moved onto the most advanced graphics possible, this little ditty takes its cues directly from the original game that spawned the genre, “Rogue.”

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Apple Reportedly in Talks to Buy Beats Electronics for $3.2 Billion – Buy Why?

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I have been struggling with the rumors that Apple is going to buy Beats Electronics. I have never bought a set of Beats headphones because they represent everything I hate about companies that rely on a brand so they can grossly overcharge for a mediocre product. The truth is, however, that I recently used a pair of their headphones and they are actually pretty good and Beats Electronics has also proven that they can play the streaming game with their recently released music service. Maybe this rumored deal makes more sense than I originally thought.

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PadGadget Daily App Deal – 10 iPad Apps on Sale

PadGadget Daily App Deal – 10 iPad Apps on SaleFor today’s Daily Deal we’ve found 10 great apps to add to your iPad collection.  We have 4 productivity / entertainment apps and 6 game apps in today’s bundle.

We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app deals as they pop-up. Some of these apps are up to 90% off, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.

Check out all the sale apps after the break »

SEGA Brings Popular Coin-Dozer ‘Game Dragon’ Coins to iPad and iPhone

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When I was a kid, I loved playing those quarter pushing games in arcades. There would sit, this huge pile of quarters with at least 40 of them resting precariously on the edge of the platform. I just knew I could get all of them to fall if my quarter would land just right before being pushed toward the pile, which it never did. The fun of coin dozer games can be relived in digital form with SEGA’s hit game Coin Dragon. For the first time ever, the game is now available on the iPad and iPhone.

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Belkin Unveils Super Slim ‘QODE Thin Type’ Keyboard Cover for iPad Air

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I was wondering when Belkin was going to update their super thin keyboard accessory for the iPad Air. It looks like the company took their time updating the cover because they put a lot of extra work making it thinner and lighter than ever before.

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PBS KIDS Super Vision App Lets Parents Monitor What their Kids are Watching

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A new app from PBS Kids is making a statement that parental involvement with their kids’ app usage is important and achievable. This new app is called PBS KIDS Super Vision, and it offers a way for parents to track what their children are doing using a connected web interface. This is not an app that is for spying on your kids, but rather it is a way for parents to see what their kids are learning and it helps provide a way for them to get involved.

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Adobe Voice Lets You Tell Your Stories Your Own Way

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Today, Adobe launched a new presentation style app that makes it incredibly easy to make beautiful slide shows, complete with premade themes, which you can add your own voice to. Just in time for Mother’s Day, you can now create beautiful stories to share with others and you don’t need to take a course to learn how to use it.

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