In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Puzzle Love. The developer describes Puzzle Love as a puzzle platform that lets users download and play traditional puzzles that have been hand picked and curated by actual humans.
It’s got sudoku, 5×5, wordbuilder and target at the moment, and we’re hoping to add more puzzle types soon.
We designed it to be the most beautiful puzzle app out there, well suited to the home screen of even the most stylish individual.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
I play a lot of iOS games. I mean … A LOT of iOS games. And one of my favorite things to see in iOS game development is the difference between great games being ported to iOS (which usually make use of on-screen virtual controls) and great games made specifically for iOS, which typically use multi-touch controls that couldn’t easily be replicated on a desktop computer.
Games from the latter category are often the most impressive, demonstrating the potential of a seemingly simple interface. And every once in a while, I’ll come across a game that will actually keep me from getting any work done. These are the games, despite the frustration of falling behind in my work, that I really love coming across. And Battleheart is one of these games.
Battleheart is a real-time, RPG-style, party-based battle game from Mika Mobile, developers of Zombieville USA, and OMG Pirates! Unlike their first two games (which utilize onscreen virtual controls), Battleheart uses a set of completely intuitive controls that are often as simple as drawing a line between characters. So what’s kept me playing all this time? Find out after the break.
It’s been a pretty rough couple of days for Barry Steakfries. Sales are down across the board and he’s not in a very good mood. As he wanders aimlessly towards another potential rejection, he notices that this next house isn’t like all the others on the block. No, these people seem to be testing out some kind of jetpack, and it looks really cool. So cool in fact that Barry decides he wants to take it. So he does.
And that’s where Jetpack Joyride begins, in all its unabashed glory. There’s no complex plot to be had or hidden messages of political corruption, it’s all about flying on a jetpack. Oh, and did we mention that the jetpack is actually a machine gun? Let’s work out the details after the break.
It’s getting chilly out there, and there’s no better way to beat the cold than with some good old fashioned gaming. This week, we take you into the desert, across various worlds of rope burning mayhem, into a city of monsters, past a zombie-infested community and out into space to defend against aliens.
Buckle up, click through and have some fun!
Happy Friday, game fans! We’ve missed bringing you your weekly dose of fresh fun from the App Store, so it’s time to dive back in with a new batch of titles — and as an added bonus, almost all of this week’s selection are universal!
Click through and let’s get our game on.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Prototype Snowmobile Driver. The developer describes Prototype Snowmobile Driver as a fun and exciting game to play. You are a prototype snowmobile driver and a world-wide company hired you to drive their new snowmobile prototype. Ride this amazing prototype at crazy speeds through trees and get snowflakes to score extra points. Drive as fast as you can to score more.
Do you think it’s too easy? Try to drive the prototype until dark falls and test your skills during the night.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
We’re waving goodbye to another month, and since school and other such commitments are beginning to loom, we’d like to take this opportunity to give you plenty of ways to keep yourself distracted — with games, of course.
Click through to see this week’s picks for best fresh App Store titles!
Good to see you again! We hope you’ve had a good week and are happy to bring you some more gaming goodness to help you unwind.
Click through for the opportunity to run a mall, toy with Greek gods, rescue flowers and cheese, or escape from a trendy loft!
The App Store is full of games trying to capitalize on a current trend, so when I first heard about Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty for the iPhone, I was a bit skeptical. Most companies have a hard enough time getting a movie adaptation to work as a console game. Is it possible they could make magic for the iPhone?
To find out, I decided to play the game and give it a fair shake. Was it worth it? Let’s find out together after the jump.
Hold on to your iPhones, because this week has been a terrific one for game releases. We’ve seen some familiar franchises as well as a whole host of newcomers making an appearance, so make sure to visit the App Store and get caught up.
We’ve got our favourites of the lot for you after the jump!