Crystalised have just unveiled a second tantalizing teaser trailer for their upcoming Unreal Engine-powered FPS, Desert Zombie: Last Stand! Feast your eyes on this sneak peek at a series of gameplay stills and in-engine screenshots of the game in blistering action.
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"!
Unreal Engine! So hot right now! And what with Infinity Blade reportedly raking in $10 million thus far, it's little wonder iOS developers are falling over themselves to turn out the next UE3-powered App Store blockbuster (check out last month's exhaustive preview for more). The latest really, really ridiculously good looking title to crop up on iFanzine's radar is Desert Zombie: Last Stand.
DigYourOwnGrave released this one as an online game awhile back, but Littlegrey Media has come along to show us that it truly belongs on iOS. It's on sale for a buck through the rest of the month, so fans of First Person Shooters and Castle Defense games alike are advised to look into it sooner rather than later!
It doesn't cure cancer and it may not even be a flawless game, but Mission Europa is hands-down the meatiest iDevice title we've played in either the Action RPG or First Person Shooter genres. Complete with over 50 missions, several side quests, and even a multiplayer arena, this one will keep you up at nights for weeks to come -- and not just because of the uber creepy story! See how you can score iFanzine's in-game loot at the end of the review!
There's one question on the mind of everyone eagerly awaiting the release of Mission Europa right now: "Arrrgh, how long is this approval process going to take!?" Never fear, because Ryan Mitchell - the one-man army responsible for BansheeSoft's breakout title - has stopped by to regale us with stories about the game's development. Programmer, scripter, 3D modeler...is there anything this guy can't do!? Find out inside!
BansheeSoft just swooped in with a preview build of Mission Europa, the studio's breakout First Person Shooter/Action RPG mashup. Combining the depth of an RPG with quick-on-your-feet strafing action to great effect, this is one well constructed indie title fans of either genre should follow closely as it nears release.
The seemingly never-ending deluge of big name games onto iOS continues with Battlefield Bad Company 2 from EA Mobile. This is a surprisingly faithful mobile adaptation of the acclaimed PS3 and Xbox 360 First-person shooter, replete with the intense action, off-kilter humor, vehicular carnage and multiplayer deathmatches that title is known for.
Such is the god-awful state of reality TV and game shows these days, that the nightmare scenario brought to vivid life by id Software's newest shoot-'em-up RAGE Mobile - tooled-up contestants battling killer mutants for the viewing pleasure of bloodthirsty coach potatoes - probably isn't as far-fetched as one might like to imagine.
Like Laurel and Hardy, spaghetti and meatballs, or Mario and Luigi, the world is full of things that go well together. Zombie games and iPhone are another such match made in heaven. Or should that be hell?. Anyhow, here's another title which will pit the player against hordes of undead worth keeping a watchful eye on...