2，据inside social games的消息称法国两人工作室Tony Studio向Facebook推出了塔防新作Call of Defense。
3，据inside mobile apps的消息称Storm8旗下的TeamLava面向iOS平台推出了全新的餐馆模拟经营游戏Restaurant Story 2。
4，据inside mobile apps的消息称Gameloft面向iOS和Android推出新作Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War（本文由游戏邦编译，转载请注明来源，或咨询微信zhengjintiao）
1，This has been an incredible year for iOS gaming. 2014 brought us viral hits like Flappy Bird, the entire phenomenon surrounding Flappy-like games, MFi controllers of all sorts, and more solid iOS games than we can even believe. iPads got thinner, iPhones got bigger. iOS 8 improved a bunch of tiny annoyances of iOS 7, added neat new features like Metal, and we’re already seeing a few awesome games on the App Store utilizing these new technologies. This year,
138,546 games were released, and of those, we reviewed 515. Distilling that down to one is a nearly impossible job, but in the weeks preceding our year-end coverage one game kept popping up as a clear stand out for everyone.
TouchArcade Game of the Year
Wayward Souls, $6.99 [Review] [Forum Thread] – Rocketcat Games has a fantastic track record for releasing great iOS games. Hook Champ [$2.99] served as the groundwork for both Super QuickHook [$2.99] and Hook Worlds [$0.99]. Similarly, Mage Gauntlet [$2.99] was a great tease of what was to ultimately come of Wayward Souls [$6.99]. If you’ve been following TouchArcade for the last few years, you’re likely incredibly familiar with all these titles, for everyone
else, if there’s just one iOS game you play this year, it should be Wayward Souls.
Like Shaun who reviewed it, I’m not sure whether it’s more appropriate to describe it as an action RPG with elements of roguelikes, or a roguelike with elements of an action RPG. All the important roguelike elements are there like permadeath, randomly generated dungeon layouts, and increasingly difficult floors to explore. Similar to roguelikes, a lot of the game can hinge on luck in regards to which monsters you come across, what loot you get, and how direct
of a path you’re able to take to that particular floor’s exit.（source：toucharcade ）
2，Tony Studio, a two-person team from Montpellier, France, has announced the launch of its tower defense game, Call of Defense, on Facebook. The level-based title sees players defending their base from increasingly challenging enemies, including zombies, skeletons and more. As players complete battles, they’ll earn skill points that can be used to unlock new or stronger abilities on the game’s skill tree.
In each level of Call of Defense, players defend a strategic point on the map using walls, archers, magicians and footmen. Players spend coins to deploy each troop or section of a wall, and will earn more money as they defeat enemies. These coins can also be used to upgrade existing troops or wall segments, which eventually turns troops into one of two specialized units (the player chooses). A standard footman, for instance, can be transformed into a paladin or a
barbarian. The paladin hits enemies with magical strikes, while the barbarian attacks everything around him at the same time, instead of focusing on a single enemy.（source：insidesocialgames.com ）
3，Storm8’s TeamLava has announced the release of its latest restaurant simulation game, Restaurant Story 2, on iOS devices. The game allows users to run their own restaurant, cooking recipes as they collect the right ingredients. Players expand their restaurant over time, adding new tables, serving counters and other items to meet growing demand.
Players start Restaurant Story 2 with the ability to cook Fried Eggs and French Toast, but this recipe book will quickly expand to include new recipes, ranging from Grilled Cheese and Breakfast Sandwiches to Yogurt Parfaits, Omelettes and more. Players must complete quests to unlock some recipes, and must then collect the right ingredients to actually cook them. （source：inside mobile apps ）
4，Gameloft has announced the launch of the newest title in the Brothers in Arms franchise on mobile devices. Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War is set during World War II, and sees players jumping into the boots of Sergeant Wright, challenged with leading his band of brothers through the war around them. Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War includes multiple gameplay modes and challenges, in addition to a single-player campaign, and players will meet multiple soldiers
along the way, each with their own abilities.
The game’s single-player mode offers eight chapters of missions, each comprised of a variety of standard mission types. Assault missions, for instance, see players given free movement throughout an environment, with a goal of attacking any nearby enemies as they complete an objective. A siege mission, meanwhile, sees players defending a specific area. Sniper missions are static, and see players sniping at enemies. Finally, stealth missions see players completing objectives while avoiding enemy detection.
While playing, users move between cover positions, and slide their finger around the screen to aim their weapon. The game will automatically lock onto targets, allowing players to tap a button to shoot until they’re taken down. Players can collect up to 18 historical weapons as they play, split into four classes: rifle, SMG, assault and sniper.（source：inside mobile apps.com ）