Last week on 148Apps
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Happy Monday, Pocket Gamer chums. Did you miss us? Of course you did. Fear not, though.
We're back with another roundup. It was quite the week at 148Apps, PG's sister site, with a wide array of news, reviews, and other goodies. Let's take a peek at what we got up to over the past seven days.
Sometimes you need a helping hand when navigating a new game, and that's where your pals at 148Apps come in. We have a bunch of weekly guides on the latest games to make sure you never get stuck in a rut.
Tiny Striker is a fun, light-hearted little football sim with some pretty serious management mechanics. Our guide helps you level up your character to be the best they can be.
If you have your eyes set on building an amusement park empire, though, you should definitely pay a visit to our RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch guide.
The week in news . . . From new game announcements to first looks at some promising up and comers, there was a lot of news to process this week.
We got our first look at Alto's Odyssey, and it's looking as beautiful as we were expecting. Expect to see Alto trading the snowy slopes for rolling sand dunes in this sequel.
In Pokémon GO news, some dedicated redditors discovered the Generation 2 region exclusive Pokémon and how to catch them.. . . And the week in reviews
Meanwhile in reviews land, Campbell was hard at work checking out some of the latest new releases.
Our intrepid reviews editor gave the gruesome summer camp puzzler, Slayaway Camp, a try and found it to be a polished, if uninspired, experience.
Football fans will be pleased to hear that Solid Soccer is exactly that -- a fine multiplayer soccer game perfect for serious enthusiasts and casual fans alike.
The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, the newest gamebook adventure from Tin Man Games, arrived this week. We thought it was a well-written, action packed fantasy journey.That’s a wrap