Brilliantly described as being "better than Justin Bieber cuddling kittens", is the hilarious new trailer for indie developer Grid Monsters upcoming iPhone and iPad title Hungry Helga. Billed as a fast-paced action game, Hungry Helga tasks players with keeping a demanding Viking woman happy...
Another week, another brilliant contest courtesy of our friends at Breakdown Studios! If you're not one of the 600.000 gamers who've downloaded Mad 'O' Ball 3D and have yet to sample the delights of this "terrifically enjoyable roll ‘em up", never fear, because iFanzine have 10 copies to give away!
It's been an incredibly busy week so far as earth shatteringly amazing iPhone and iPad game announcements are concerned. So, being the considerate souls that we are, iFanzine decided to put together a round-up of all the latest and greatest new trailers, teasers, and gameplay videos for your viewing pleasure. Highlights include N.O.V.A. 2, Dead Rising, Vampire Origins Reloaded...
Here's a game that shows it's always better to hunt in packs than to be a lone wolf. If you're looking for a well designed social gaming experience on your iPhone, this MMORPG brought to us courtesy of MovingPlayer and BulkyPix should totally be up your alley.
Having been relentlessly pursued across the seven seas by those you've pillaged and plundered from, Enora Software's iPirate Battle sees you dropping your ship's anchor, raising the Jolly Roger, and turning your cannons on a tooled-up fleet of attackers.
Burrow is the creation of a husband and wife team with no previous programming or application development knowledge. Not that you'd know it, because the game boasts a charming hand-drawn art style and oodles of seriously polished and addictive gameplay.
BulkyPix have just dropped the price of their fun physics-based puzzle game Saving Private Sheep to a very attractive $0.99! In other news, a sequel to critically acclaimed adventure game The Last King of Africa has been announced, with a release date pegged for this coming November. Enjoy the trailer!
Doodles are so last season. I mean, given the chart-topping success of Rovio Mobile's Angry Birds, shouldn't we now be seeing a dramatic increase in the number of games that involve pelting irate pigeons at greedy pigs' houses, rather than yet more attempts at emulating the Doodle Jump formula? Nevertheless, with Flight Doodle, Eyedip LLC throw their hat into the depressingly overcrowded doodle/avoidance/high score ring.
Following its smash-hit performance in France and a thorough beta testing stint in Canada, Yslandia, BulkyPix and Moving Player's ambitious stab at bringing a fully-featured MMORPG to iPhone, is at last available. Sean Koch, iFanzine's go to guy for anything and everything RPG-related, recently spent some hands-on time with (or should that be in?) Yslandia, and declared the game to be "close to perfection..."