Having already made a splash on most every other gaming platform, from Wii to PSP, Eko Software now team up with BulkyPix to bring their fun Lemmings style puzzler, Aqua Panic, to iDevices. And while its touchscreen control scheme is a bit fiddly to begin with, for the best part, the game, which sees the player guiding a school of fish through a series of topsy-turvy levels filled with traps, is quite compelling.
Nemoid Studio today announced an exciting new update to their cute endless running game Dino Rush. Version 1.1, which has been submitted to Apple and should become available in the next couple of weeks, will feature a new desert world and a third playable character in the shape of a woolly mammoth named Marvin...
Despite the original Tiki Totem's status as something of physics-based puzzle titan on the App Store, selling a staggering 2.5 million copies to date and being held in revere by iCritics everywhere, would you believe I haven't actually played it yet?!. Sacrilege, I know, so I jumped at the chance to get to grips with Spokko Games' eagerly anticipated sequel.
Zombies are probably best known for their penchant for human flesh and delicious, gooey brains, but apparently they've also got a bit of sweet tooth. As little Timmy soon finds out when he lands a summer job at the busiest zombie ice cream parlor in town!.
Fresh off the immensely successful cell phone titles Heroes Lore: Wind of Soltia and Heroes Lore: Knights of the Frozen Sea, EA Mobile has expanded the series' reach into the iOS market with its third installment. Those holding out hope that Heroes Lore III would represent a giant leap forward for the iOS Action RPG library will be disappointed, but most genre fans should still find plenty to love.
Big Blue Bubble, the creators of Thumpies and the smash-hit Fighting Fantasy series, recently posed a rather interesting challenge to their employees. The deal was, six teams were given a Friday and the weekend (that's only 72 hours!) to whip together an with an app that could be launched onto the App Store. The first two projects to be given the green light by discerning CEO, Damir Slogar, are Invaders from Uranus and Aaah! Chompsters!.
Some have it that a humongous asteroid wiped the dinosaurs off the face of the earth, others reckon a sudden and deadly cold snap was to blame. App Store newcomers, Nemoid Studio have another theory - perhaps it was simply their monstrous appetites and mega-fast metabolisms that brought about extinction.
Once played only in web browsers, the Cave of Wonders-developed Civilizations Wars has been ported to the iOS courtesy of Alcomi and Chillingo -- and boy, does it prove how perfect a marriage of the Real-Time Strategy genre and the iOS can be! A few crazy quirks keep it from being a perfect experience, but it packs so much high quality gameplay into such a low price that one can hardly complain.
Lesson to game devs: if you've got a really interesting premise, try to make your game as accessible to as many players as possible. In one of the more bizarre twists in iPhone gaming history, My Kingdom takes a winning concept and does precisely the opposite. It offers plenty of depth for a free game, but only if your lifestyle meets strict requirements.