“Metal Gear meets Super Monkey Ball” is how Ruan described Playthium’s Super Ball Escape, and if you like your ball rollers a little darker than average this looks like an excellent title to pick up for free!
Play Fripp updated Wawa Land early this week, bringing just the physics changes we hoped for! A ton of additional improvements also went into the update, the biggest being a UI overhaul and a config screen to completely reorganize it if desired. Keep an eye out for lots of content updates on this one — there’s quite a bit of space left on the world map for new level sets!
Time of Heroes Receives Second Chapter
The smuttlewerkers have been busy preparing new content for Time of Heroes(Our Review). This week they introduced a new chapter featuring additional heroes and unit classes as an IAP. If you’re a strategy fan and still on the fence, word has it that a free “Zero Edition” with a few sample missions should be hitting the App Store soon.
Contre Jour Becomes King of the Jungle
Any reminder of the perfect-scoringContre Jourseems like a complete blast from the past by now, but it’s impressive just how hard Mokus and Chillingo are fighting to keep this classic physics puzzler relevant! This week Contre Jour received Retina support for the New iPad and 20 new jungle-themed levels.
If nighttime in the shimmering bioluminescent forests of Muse Games’ and Chillingo’s CreaVures (Our Review) wasn’t beautiful enough for you already, it looks like you’ll have a lot to look forward to if you’re playing on the New iPad. Word has it they look pretty darn sharp on the highest-end Retina displays as of May 3.
Just what have the folks at Aoineko Studios been up to since our interview? Some pretty awesome stuff judging from the in-development footage shown in the latest Kickstarter updates! Check ’em out as our videos of the week, and be sure to scope out the beautiful gallery we received from the devs along with the interview if you haven’t already.
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