Free Lunch Design, the folks behind Icy Tower 2, released the 2nd episode to Dark Nebula, a fun labyrinth style puzzle game on the iOS, Android and Blackberry platforms. Created with highly polished extremely sharp HD graphics most puzzle lovers will really enjoy Dark Nebula 2. The iOS and Blackberry versions of Dark Nebula Episode 2 costs $2.99 while the Android version comes free with ads. Consumers can pay $2.99 to remove the ads in the Android version.
You guide the shiny metallic looking ball through the labyrinth by tilting your mobile phone or tablet. The core game play resembles episode One’s game play with some new twists.
The Free Lunch Design team has added new elements like a colored light ball that orbits your metal ball and smashes dangerous elements like creatures that look like they compete in Robot Wars.
Rating: We give Dark Nebula Episode 2 a rare 5/5 balls.
Rubicon Development released their 3D turned based strategy game called Great Little War Game on the android market for $4.99. Great Little War Game features opposing armies of infantry armed with artillery, tanks, helicopters and ships. There are 24 different units to play with and extra speech packs to download in-game. Players use their brain against an A.I. enemy across 20 levels of environments in temperate, jungle, desert and arctic terrain.
We came across this game trailer for MeatBot from San Francisco based indie game developer Milkman Games. The game features an anti veggy robot named Meatbot who clearly prefers meat for his nourishment. The game play looks interesting with some original mechanics and some influenced from games like Fruit Ninja. You flick Meatbot’s head to allow the meat to fly into his mouth and let the head drop to block the veggies from gaining entrance into Meatbot’s oral orifice. You will also be able to slice the veggies in half a la Fruit Ninja. MeatBot comes out April 19th on multiple platforms: iOS, Kindle, Android, BlackBerry, Nook and HP’s Web OS. Prices are TBD.