In this week’s episode of the TouchArcade Show, we dive into the lore behind who the mysterious “Mike” is that’s mentioned in our intro tune. We then talk about the latest drama in the Epic vs Apple battle which includes all of us Infinity Blade fans losing the ability to re-download the games from our purchase history. We then dive into even more mobile gaming news from this week and cap things off with some HOT TV show recommendations.
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- Apple Follows Through and Nukes Epic’s Entire Developer Account, Even Previous Purchases Like ‘Infinity Blade’ Are No Longer Available to Re-Download
- Battle Royale Platformer ‘Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout’ Is Coming to Mobile in China through Bilibili
- ‘Dead Cells’ on iOS and Android Is Finally Getting the DLC and More Updates Beginning Later This Year and Here’s the Full Update Roadmap
- ‘PUBG Mobile’ Version 1.0 Update with Graphics Upgrades, Animation Improvementes, Performance Boosts, and More Releases on September 8th Worldwide
- ‘Ninja Chowdown’ from Abylight and Dummy Dojo Is a Story Focussed Runner Coming to iOS This Fall
- ‘The Witcher: Monster Slayer’ is ‘Pokemon GO’ for The Witcher Series, Coming to iOS and Android Soon
- Headup and AMC Announce ‘Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead’, Coming this Year to All Platforms
- Atmospheric Vehicular Adventure ‘FAR: Lone Sails’ Coming to iOS and Android this Year