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<p>Apple TV games will have to work with the default remote control, or they'll be rejected from the new TV App Store - a decision that could impact the number and type of games seen on the device.</p><p>Previously, Apple said that games could require a full, gaming-focused controller like the SteelSeries Stratus or MadCatz CTRLi, but it was "highly discouraged". These games would only show to those who had paired a pad with their Apple TV.</p><p>Apple has since revised the developer documentation, and now says "your game must support the Apple TV remote".</p><p>This means that while developers can still use gaming controllers, they can't require them. So all games must be playable with the remote - no matter how ill-fitting it may be.</p><p>How does the remote stack up as a gaming controller? Not terribly well: the only inputs it has that developers can make us of is a small touch panel that can be tapped or swiped, and an accelerometer.</p><p>You're not going to be playing Dead Trigger 2 with that.</p><p>Interesting games that make use of the unique remote will inevitably appear. Much like how innovative games like Eliss, Angry Birds, and The Room work best on touchscreens. But your dreams of playing more traditional games on your telly may have just been dashed.</p><p>Unless you, like, buy an Xbox or something. Just sayin'</p>...

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Backpack Heroes

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The Jungle is full of danger at every step from wild animals of various kinds and Zombies; they are keen to attack and kill you anytime with no possibility of you surviving without fighting and battling hard. Here you need to make tools and weapons with the resources available in the forest to cope with wild animals and Zombies to survive, and so you need to work efficiently and search material for tools early....

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<p>Back in November, a classic mobile game received in a sequel with the arrival of Halbrick Studios' Fruit Ninja 2. Now another popular, early smartphone title has had a follow-up after a lengthy absence, Doodle Jump 2, which is available now for iOS but currently not Android.</p><p>The original Doodle Jump game launched way back in 2009 and though there have been several spin-offs in the years since it first appeared on mobile, this is the first 'proper' sequel it has received, over a decade later. Whether or not players who remember the original will flock to it for a hit of nostalgia, however, remains to be seen.</p><p>It may have been a long time since the first Doodle Jump appeared on the mobile scene - I was still in high school - but Doodle Jump 2 hasn't veered too far away from the roots that led to its popularity soaring. You'll still be making your way up the various platforms whilst utilising tilt controls to move your characters. Lima Sky has evidently gone with the 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' adage here.</p>Alba: A Wildlife Adventure review - "Becoming a Hero Through Small Actions"<p>Along the way, you'll be collecting stars that will unlock new characters. Each of them has its own stage where you'll find unique enemies and elements to contend with as you hunt for another high score. It's a good idea, rather than simply getting a different skin you're provided with a slight twist on the game formula by earning new Doodlers.</p><p>Doodle Jump 2 is available now over on the App Store and there's currently no word on whether or not it will be heading to Google Play. It is a free-to-play game with a single in-app purchase that removes ads.</p>Looking for more top-tier platformers you can play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad...

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Bella Design

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<p>There aren't that many digital board game adaptations on the Switch, but earlier this month Asmodee Digital announced that it was bringing one of its biggest titles to Nintendo's home-handheld hybrid. That's right, Carcassonne is coming.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar with the game, it's all about laying down tiles to build roads and cities. You're playing against other people who are trying to do the same. Whoever creates the most impressive stretches of roads, buildings, and monasteries by the time the tiles have run out, wins.</p><p>It's a simple idea, but there's so much strategy here that it's easy to get sucked in. You can block other players, build out on your own, or try and steal their work from them at the last second. It's smart, it's engaging, and it's perfect for the whole family.</p><p>Which is why we think it's going to be absolutely perfect on the Switch. This is the sort of game that Nintendo might make itself, if it had an interest in ancient French castles and tiles. It's accessible, anyone can grasp the basics of it, but it grows and grows the more time you put into it.</p><p>The game is set to come out later in the year, and according to a press release it's going to be the first of many Asmodee titles making their way to Switch. It's fair to say that that's a statement we're very excited about here at TableTap.</p><p>If you're looking for more from Asmodee, then check out this interview over on our sister site PocketGamer.biz.</p>...

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