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Hello everyone, I’m Pocket Gamer’s new News Editor

Hello everyone, I’m Pocket Gamer’s new News Editor

Hi everyone, my name is Clément Renaudin (also known as Killercow on the interweb) and I'm the new News Editor here on Pocket Gamer, starting today!This will sound a bit "cliché" but I've been in love with the App Store and mobile devices from the start.Right from the instant I got my first iPod Touch ...

Farewell to Peter Willington

Farewell to Peter Willington

This is Peter's last day at Pocket Gamer. From Monday he'll be following his dreams as a producer for Auroch Digital.Peter joined Steel Media as a freelance reviewer, before coming aboard as handheld editor. He was also our go-to man for extended, diary-style reviews of unappetising free-to-play games, because he can ...

Minecraft: Pocket Edition 0.12 is out now, on the Amazon Appstore

Minecraft: Pocket Edition 0.12 is out now, on the Amazon Appstore

The Amazon Appstore version of Minecraft: Pocket Edition has been updated to version 0.12, ahead of its Google Play counterpart.That means those rocking a Kindle device (or just an Android with the Amazon Underground app) can try out all the new features right now. iOS owners, and Android fans using the Google Play ...

Beautiful snowboarding game Alto’s Adventure coming to Android soon

Beautiful snowboarding game Alto’s Adventure coming to Android soon

Endless snowboarder Alto's Adventure is coming to Android and Kindle Fire soon, publisher Noodlecake has announced.Alto's Adventure first came to iOS back in February, featuring simple but addictive downhill trips. The course is randomly generated, and you just have to tap to jump and do cool tricks. Gnarly.The game ...

Out now: To-Fu Fury lets you fire a bean curd into a ninja’s face

Out now: To-Fu Fury lets you fire a bean curd into a ninja’s face

If you enjoyed the previous To-Fu games and were hoping for more, then you'll be pleased to hear that To-Fu Fury has launched on iOS and Kindle Fire.It sees you navigating about 70 levels as the titular To-Fu, sticking to walls and beating up bad guys to reach the end of each level in as few moves as possible.We ...

Review: To-Fu Fury – Not a pile of curd

Review: To-Fu Fury – Not a pile of curd

To-Fu Fury continues Amazon's assault on the mobile market. It's an intriguing physics puzzling platformer that's about pinging a lump of bean curd around a series of increasingly challenging levels.It's bright and breezy, and apart from a few niggles the controls work pretty darn well on touchscreens.It might not ...