As promised, MovingPlayer is hard at work rolling out updates to its MMORPG Yslandia, a collaboration with Bulkypix that saw worldwide release back in October. Here's the lowdown on the latest content expansions and details on a friend referral promotion MovingPlayer is running until 12/31/10!
Many an iOS developer has struggled with implementing a user interface that remains reliable in the thick of in-game action. My Brute shows that there's one surefire way around this dilemma -- though it's probably not quite what players were envisioning. The game sure looks gorgeous though!
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.
Originally released on the PSP, Aqua Panic is a terrific (and addictively aggravating) puzzler that will have you using a variety of water-manipulating tools to guide a school of fish to safety. If you ever were a fan of Lemmings, you will love Aqua Panic.
Recently we had the opportunity to trade Ymails with MovingPlayer, developers of the hit iPhone MMORPG Yslandia. Should players begin thinking about iPhone vs. Android Guild rivalries? Is there more to the Simeh'a Alliance and Zaa'me Coalition than meets the eye? How will content upgrades be presented? Find out inside!
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.
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!
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..."