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.
To celebrate critically acclaimed adventure mystery game The Secret of Chateau de Moreau's price-drop from $4.99 to $0.99 today, we've teamed up with the folks at Four Thirty Three and Appsasia to give you guys the chance to win 2 $10 iTunes Gift Cards!
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.
We love it when devs throw tradition out the window and try something completely new! Now, if Studio Yomi could just come up with a replacement for traditional level design principles to go with their brand spankin' new platforming interface, they'd have a real classic on their hands.
There aren't all that many games which are able to offer a stand-up console gaming experience on the iOS platform. While titles such as EA's Dead Space and Firemint's Real Racing 2 have helped bridge this gap, when it comes to consistently delivering heavy-hitting, single player experiences, Gameloft are without a doubt the reigning kings...
The App Store truly is a bargain hunter's nirvana! If game devs aren't slashing the price-tags on their apps in celebration of Mother's Day, Father's day, If Pets Had Thumbs Day or whatever, then they're releasing dirt-cheap compilation packs like Blue Shadow Games' latest, which collects three great titles...
If there's one thing iOS gamers absolutely, positively can't get enough of, it's cute, flightless birds. The latest title to capitalize on this somewhat baffling phenomenon is Tokkao's Air Chix, a Copter-a-like 2.5D adventure which sees a brave little chick hopping aboard a paper plane and piloting it through a series of sidescrolling stages.
Are you one of the millions who have trouble initiating lucid dreams? speedbump studios has an app for that. An immersive virtual novella and above all a work of gorgeous interactive art, "Dream:scape" is a little lighter than average in terms of gameplay but still well worth a stay on many an iDevice. And if you happen to like a little nightmare mixed in with your dreams, get ready for what is sure to be one sweet ride!
What do Mayans, medieval monks, UFOs, and scientific experiments have to do with one another? Hopefully someone with the astounding insight needed to solve this game's ultimate riddle will let us know! Only those puzzle solvers with the keenest observational skills and greatest patience will survive to see the end of this one.
This time iFanzine chats with G. Norman Lippert, creator of "Dream:scape!" The speedbump studios developer discusses how "Dream:scape" came to be and gives some very sound advice to fellow indie devs on how to make the most of their App Store release phase.