Bummed out that Infinity Blade doesn't work on your Second Gen iDevice? Never fear, Gamevil has proven that there's still some real gems you can snatch up! Most famous for its overhead Action RPG series Zenonia, Gamevil has returned with a title that combines heavy platforming and traditional RPG mechanics to wonderful effect.
This year has already seen the releases of quirky platformer Roll Out, the critically lauded Pix 'n' Love Rush, and, in some parts of the world, smash-hit MMORPG Yslandia bearing the BulkyPix label. And this trend of teaming up with talented indie developers to create groundbreaking iPhone games looks set to continue with a newly announced batch of upcoming titles.
What do you get if you cross Jesus Christ with John Rambo? Well, if - and it's a big if - Apple gives their blessing to Infinite Lives' upcoming side-scrolling shooter, it looks like iPhone gamers will find out this Fall.
Beyond Ynth, FDG Entertainment's newly released puzzle platformer was in development for over a year, and it shows - from the game's innovative and finely tuned central mechanic, to its hand-drawn, storybook style cutscenes and original score, this screams class at the top of its titchy lungs.
A 3D platformer/adventure game set in a beautifully realized dream world populated by all manner of magical creatures and driven forth by a blackly comic take on fairy tale fable, Antistar is utterly unlike anything else I've ever played. On an iDevice or elsewhere...
Originally a hidden gem on the Gameboy Color, Toki Tori since then has evolved into a Wiiware and Appstore puzzle-platformer, rebuilt from the ground up. What we have here are more levels, enhanced graphics, new gameplay, and just about more of everything. So the question is: Was this bird meant to collect its eggs, or is it better off in a McDonalds Happy Meal?