How noble are your muffins? We had to ask because we came across a fun running style platform game called Grudger created by a game studio going by the name Noble Muffins which is a collaboration between developers Toby Grierson, Jack Dog and team philosopher Adamus Forestus. What does a team philosopher do? (more…)
The dynamic wife and husband team of Natalia and Keith at Imangi Studios released Temple Run 2 on Android/Google Play and Amazon Store today. They released Temple Run 2 for the iPhone and iPad earlier this week.
Pete the Primate shared his funny thoughts on Temple Run 2 with us. When asked for a comment on the Android release of Temple Run 2 Pete the Primate said, “Its about frakkin time, everyone and I mean everyone knows Android has at least twice the install base as iOS.”
Wow. We can’t believe how lucky we are today. The nutty HarryBalls.com editorial team scored an exclusive guest interview/game review with the honorable Congressman John Boehner’s Boner who shares its thoughts on a new free happiness inspiring game called Uplifted, out now on iOS and Android created through a partnership with the UK’s Channel 4 and a digital creative agency called Kanoti. Consumers can play Uplifted on their iPhones, iPads as well as their Android phones and tablets. (more…)
Hey folks. Support an indie game developer. Meet Alex Solo, a game developer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin who just launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for MelonDash, a casual watermelon racing game under development for iOS, Android, and Flash tentatively priced at $0.99. You can play a working demo of MelonDash in your browser with the Unity Plugin using this link: (more…)
How come Atari did come out with this version of Pong way back when? Apptouch games combined the basic air hockey with the visual aesthetics of pong to create Pong Galaxy, a free arcade game out now on iOS and Android. (more…)
Here’s Space Keeper, a unique new action arcade Android game from CodaWeb Interactive UG.
The game takes place in the year 2312 where all natural resources have dried up. You have to find and collect elements in outer space to create new sources of energy. The game mechanic employs lots of physics.
Obstacles include explosive particles, asteroids and aliens. You will need logic, speed and dexterity to succeed.
Sometimes game developers use programming languages like java or c++ and sometimes they use clay. What? Clay? As in the soft malleable stuff used to make ceramics? Yes that clay. Doesn’t the clay get stuck in the device? How many game developers use clay to create their games? One as far we know. A company called Fat Pebble just released Clay Jam, an extremely unique free puzzle arcade game made entirely of clay although we are sure they had to use some programming language to make the game work on mobile devices.
The game takes place in a land named Clay Jam where monsters live happily ever after until some characters named the Bully Beasts destroyed Clay Jam which lay dormant for hundreds of years. A stranger shows up vowing to rebuild the land but he needs clay for their task. He dispatched a blue pebble to collect and recover clay. You guide the pebble down the hill by drawing groves in the clay land towards the little creatures you must squash for their clay. You must flick the pebble at the Bully Beast to send him flying to earn more points.
Clay Jam offers one of the most unique game play experiences we have seen in a number of years. Consumers can play Clay Jam on either their IPhone, IPads or Android devices.
A new game called Cross the Line presents an interesting challenge for us because we can’t decide if the folks behind this game Chilibite Games(the publisher) and Codi Games (The creator) are lazy or brilliant. Consumers can play this puzzle game on both the iOS and Android platforms for $1.99.
Cross The Line offers a deceptively simple physics puzzle game which takes place on a blackboard. You must direct a ball over a line with one single swipe, unlike physics puzzlers like Angry Birds where you may get three or four chances to destroy the target.
You can bounce the ball off objects like blocks and the wall while aiming for power-up earning stars. To be clear you aren’t using the slingshot like mechanic in many games like Angry Birds. You are simply flinging the ball once. The puzzles get extremely difficult for those of you who get lost in your showers.