Yes, we know that things have been pretty PUBG crazy this week, and we're not stopping just yet. We've just launched the game's review, compiled a list of useful articles filled with helpful tips and tricks, and now it's time to get some friends.
Anyone who's played the game will know that while it's fun to go it alone, it's doubly fun to buddy up with some fellow fighters and take on other teams. So, why not do that here? If you're looking for some kindred spirits, pop your profile name in the comments below and start some beautiful friendships.
If you're not sure how to add friends, it's super easy:
In the main menu, tap the 'friends' icon in the bottom left of your screen
I don't need to tell you what a craze Fortnite has turned into these past couple of months, but now it's coming to mobile it's a different story entirely. Well, the figures are in and the popular battler certainly isn't disappointing.
I won't kid myself and pretend like I'm an ace Fortnite player. Sure, I watch the streams, play it somewhat regularly, and thoroughly enjoy it in solo, duo, and squad mode. Does that make me any good? Hell no.
You'll know it by now but earlier today nominations for the BAFTA Games Awards were announced and we're pleasantly surprised by the results.
Though some of the them were a given (I'm looking at you Breath of the Wild), other mobile and Switch titles are delightfully surprising as they appear alongside AAA console games. That sounds a little patronising, but I'm genuinely thrilled to see this year's awesome list.
There are a heck of a lot of nominees across the board, so I'll just be noting down the mobile/handheld titles. Head on over to the official website
Asmodee Digital has announced that its acquired the rights to publish another digital board game adaptation. Although this one isn't too much of a surprise, really. It's Fighting Fantasy Legends, from Nomad Games.
It's not that much of a surprise because Asmodee has already taken over the publishing reigns of one of Nomad's other adaptations, Talisman. Still, it's another step to complete and total world domination from the French company.
Clash Royale has managed to grow its esports scene rather rapidly since it first launched, to the point where Supercell has hosted an enormous world championship across an entire year with hundreds of thousands of dollars to win.
It can seem quite daunting to an outsider, but luckily, we know a guy who's trying to break in – our resident Clash Royale expert Josh Jones, who's taken some time to talk about the esports scene over on
It was one of the last main engines not to support the Switch but GameMaker Studio 2 is finally coming to Nintendo's latest. This engine specializes in 2D games and has been massively used by indie developers as of late.
This means that 2D games like Hotline Miami, Spelunky or Vlambeer's games (including Nuclear Throne) could be coming soon.
It's still a bit weird to me that we need a day to celebrate Women (as that should be done naturally everyday) but seeing the recent news and movements, it seems that we do indeed need it more than ever.
Google is taking the lead in the mobile space it seems with
Wait a second, what do you mean you didn't watch our live stream of Scythe last night? You were busy!?! We're all busy, but some of us can make time for the important things in life. It's okay though, I forgive you really.
It might seem like we're banging on about this a bit, but when you've got news as good as this, it's worth shouting to the rafters. Tonight is the night that we're going to launch our first TableTap Twitch stream.
We're going to be playing the Asmodee Digital-published Steam version of Scythe, which is set to hit PCs around the world later this year. There's a mobile version on the way too, so don't try and weasel out of watching by saying that there's nothing here for you.
We've got some exciting news to report! TableTap is heading to Twitch. Yup, you read that right, our digital board game section is going to be streaming some of the biggest and best upcoming games over the next few weeks.
When does it start? Well things are kicking off next Tuesday, when we're going to be streaming Scythe. I know, right? The digital version of one of the biggest games that came out last year? Published by Asmodee Digital? Colour me excited.
If you don't know what Scythe is, it's an alternate history steampunk strategy adventure set in the 1920s. You play as one of a number of different factions who are trying to access the technology in The Factory, a city-state that fuelled a recent war then closed its doors.