You don't even need all the fingers of one hand to count the number of genuinely scary survival horror games on iOS. Let's see, we've got Dead Space, Prisoner 84, and... that's about it really. As a big fan of the genre, I'm really, really hoping I'll be able to add Phosphor Games' The Dark Meadow to that list when it arrives on the App Store early next month
Lest we forget Madfinger's Shadowgun isn't the only incredible looking Unity3D-powered third-person shooter gearing up to take the App Store by storm, Lab Rats Studio have just unveiled an incendiary new gameplay trailer for M.U.S.E..
Whoa, it so happens "Bouncy Mouse" wasn't the last we've heard from stretchy, cheese gobbling heroes! "Up and Up!" really ups the ante on difficulty by comparison, so consider this the most challenging set of flaming hoops you're liable to find for two bucks.
Not only is "Pickpawcket" one of the best art history lessons you'll find on iOS, it's a really cool game too! Maybe it's not that port of "Metal Gear Solid" you've always wanted on your iDevice, but fans of stealth action and logic puzzle games are nevertheless highly encouraged to give this one some well-deserved attention.
An imbalanced title if there ever was one! "Desert Quest" packs in gorgeous visuals, variety, smoothly working technicals, and plenty of content. It's set back by the fact that the core of its gameplay is composed of rather lackluster combat and a find-the-needle-in-the-haystack approach to mission objectives.