Apple has been making a lot of covert but less than suble noise about a new auto related project. John Follis CEO of Big Idea Video created this parody image of what he imagines the Apple Car prototype may look like.
Perfect Dimension released Save The Pencil, an unoriginal puzzle game for iPhone/iPod Touch for $0.99. The game player must “Save the pencil” by connecting the dots, green to yellow to black to red, while avoiding obstacles like paper clips and rulers. Where’s the creativity? (more…)
Digital Harmony Games released the first game play video for Dragons vs. Unicorns, a multiplayer video game they are developing for multiplatforms – iOS, Android Smartphones & Tablets, and PC & Mac browsers which they plan to release in 2012. This video includes a kitten who belongs to team Unicorn, fighting the deadly Turtle who represents team Dragon. (more…)
Popcap released new updates of Bejeweled and Bejeweled Blitz for the IPhone and the IPod Touch. The new Bejeweled costs $0.99 while Popcap released Bejeweled Blitz using the freemium model. Consumers get the Blitz mode of Bejeweled, with new graphics and smoother gameplay, entirely for free. Consumers can purchase coins to buy in-game power-ups (‘boosts’), but they don’t have to spend anything at all if the choose and they’ll earn coins simply by playing for free. We will post the links to the ITunes North American Store when they magically appear in our ITunes application. (more…)
Angry Birds, Angry Zombies, Angry Bomb, Angry Hippo, Angry Frogs, Angry King Kong, Angry Viking, and now Paulo Reis and Digital Minds released Angry Chickens, both in lite and paid versions on Apple’s iOS platform both for the IPhone and IPad not to be confused with the Angry Chicken game available in the Android Marketplace which isn’t the same game. (more…)
Gamieon released a lite version of their Pinball game Hyperspace Pinball originally released for the IPhone and IPad for $0.99.
Gamieon’s Hyperspace Lite Description:
Starting from deep space, you fight your way through levels packed with aliens that try to stop you! Did we mention there are boss battles, and
an ultimate showdown at the end? Of course we didn’t! Don’t worry; you have the tools to fight back! Just pick up as many floating Power-Ups as
you can to make your Interstellar alien-smashing light ball (Now with 20% more light!) powerful enough to tear through several aliens at a time. If you’re skilled enough to get them, you can also take advantage of mega bonus points, multiball, extra balls, replays, and more! If
you’re a REALLY good player, you can unlock new features; including playing from different points of view, extra balls in multiball, and
colorful light trails that follow your Interstellar alien-smashing light ball (Now with 20% more light!). You can even brag your achievements to
your friends over the largest mobile social network available: HeyZap! (more…)
Pixofactor released Gaslight a free to play steampunk themed strategy game for both the iOS and Android platforms. The game trailer above acts only as a teaser and doesn’t show any element of the game play which leads us to believe the game doesn’t offer much new in terms of game play. Our experience with Gaslight so far reinforces this conclusion. The game takes place in a land called Eastland where two groups, The Coalition and The Underground, fight over natural resources. Our experience with Gaslight so far reinforces this conclusion. Players must build empires and armies one building at a time. (more…)
Denmark based Pixel Juice released Egg Punch, a 3D egg themed miniature golf puzzle platform game for your IPhone, IPad, and IPod Touch for free with in-app purchases. In a Egg Punch, a sneaky rabbit stole the feathers from the bird, the hero character. What’s with everyone attacking the birds? Anyway the game player must recover those feathers by aiming the egg (as opposed to the golf) at the feathers situated on each hole of the golf course. Pixel Juice designed each hole with obstacles like the ones you would find on a real world miniature golf course. You can earn coins or buy them through the in-app purchase system. Coins enable you to buy virtual items like new colorful eggs. (more…)
Who’s “faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound”? That’s right Warner Bros, DC Comics have released Superman for the iOS platform in partnership with Chillingo and Tiger Games priced at $0.99. The IPad HD version costs $2.99. The iOS version of Superman offers consumers action packed side scrolling fun. We were pleasantly surprised. We wonder if Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the creators of Superman, would approve.
This iOS version of Superman opens with Lux Luther announcing his company’s launch of satellite designed to prevent global climate calamity. Obviously Superman smells more of a Lux Luther created calamity. He investigates and discovers a force field surrounds Lex Luther’s satellite. Without walking you through whole plot the game does offer $0.99 worth of fun.
Like a few of the newest iOS games they built control buttons right into the screen with the directional button on the left and the action buttons on the right. You have to fly and fire the heat ray at moving targets which takes some practice. So far we have enjoyed the IPHone version of Superman after playing the first four levels. We will report our progress throughout the week.
Australia based Black Lab Games released a Star Hammer Tactics, combat based strategy game for the IPad in a free to play model. Consumers can play the first four campaigns for free and then pay $2.99 within the game to access 11 additional campaigns and to get access medium and large skirmish modes. Consumers can pay a special price of AU$1.99 / US$1.99 / GBP1.49 / EUR 1.59 through Tuesday November 29th. (more…)