Are you tired of all these cool-looking iOS releases not working on older iDevices like the iPhone 3GS? Well, so is Jose Iniguez, director of Akaoni Studio, and as the year closes his team will be sending you a serious love letter in the form of "Zombie Panic in Wonderland Plus!" Check out our interview with Jose to find out more, and to get a peek at the very first footage of the iOS version in action!
It's been almost half a year since we first climbed into The Red Thing's arcade mech shooter "iDamaged," so we got in touch with the developer and tore into a more recent beta build. Find our updated impressions inside, and if you're a shoot 'em up fan or a mecha aficionado this is definitely a title we recommend keeping in your crosshairs as it nears release!
This just in: the next project that "6th Planet" collaborators Monkube and Ape Entertainment are going full throttle on is none other than "The Adventures of Retrobot!" This time around Monkube has added the talents of Endeavor Bros., a Canadian indie developer, into the creative mix, and it looks like an exciting arcade shoot 'em up/comic book fusion has resulted!
Watch out, Ash Williams — you’re not the only one in town with a boomstick anymore! The devils that populate TeamDB’s utterly bizarre App Store debut might have way more in common with candy canes than your average Deadite, but that doesn’t mean iOS gamers won’t have tons of fun blowing them away in "ShootingDemon"!
I'm still trying to figure out why this bandana-wearin', heat-packin' pooch has outfitted his little sailboat with lasers and a jet engine, but suffice it to say Captain Slobber is out to prove that he's top dog. While this one is much too lightweight for sidescrolling shoot 'em up veterans, casual gamers drawn in by its art style should find it a fun and well crafted diversion for the short time it lasts.
Part fish, part armadillo, all hunter. One can only guess at what Arno is, what he's hunting exactly, or why, although the High Score meter makes it clear he's doing it for sport! He stars in a lovingly crafted indigenous take on classic arcade shooters, its one flaw being that there simply isn't more on offer.