The entire development team working on "Super Bit Dash" was kind enough to take some time out of their schedules to chat with us about their craft. Witness the evolution of Australopithecus OneLifeus into Homo Sapiens SuperBitDashus in this candid two-pager!
"Super Bit Dash" isn't just shaping up to be a great running game -- it's shaping up to be a fun and carefully designed platformer, which bodes extremely well for it in a genre that's been beaten to death so much over the App Store's life time. Whether you're a running genre enthusiast, a platformer fan, or a retro lover, Fakepup has created something you'll really want to sink your teeth into!
Behold, a new cross between the side-scrolling platformer and the physics puzzler is born! Plugging "DEO" into a specific category is a challenge in and of itself, but if you're a fan of either of those genres you'll probably find lots to appreciate in this one from Strapped to a Meteor.
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.
Like the eyeball-equipped flora that populate it, Mystic Forest is an eccentric creature indeed. It's certainly not without its flaws at present, but worth a look if you could go for a puzzle-adventure and don't mind putting on some platforming shoes.
Not since Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" has it been this important to prevent leakage of story spoilers, and iFanzine dutifully complies in this in-depth review. If you're familiar with the terms "Metroidvania" or "Castleroid," then heads-up, because you'll surely want to look into this one!
That's one small step for a mobile RPG, one giant leap for sidescrolling action games on iOS! The great thing about a videogame straddling genres is that it can still stand out from the crowd as long as it does one of the things it's billed as exceptionally well, and this is certainly the case with CJ E&M and Mobicle's latest Action RPG offering. Find out how to score a free copy of the game inside!
Gamevil's Illusia, but on steroids? Yeah, it's kinda like that. Over the past few days iFanzine has spent some quality time with this swiftly approaching title, and we're still nowhere near finishing it despite the number of times we've had our arses handed to us by the player's opposition in Samurai Girl. If you've been waiting for a title that really puts the "action" in Action RPG, check out our preview and you'll see that this one's got your name on it!