Popcap/EA released Plants vs Zombies 2 on the iOS platform this evening for free with in app purchases which aren’t cheap. So far it seems to be more of the same game play with new plants, new zombies and new worlds like ancient Egypt.
Sometimes being clingy can be a good thing especially in the new game from Florida based First 5 games called Cling described as a puzzle “pegformer” out on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices for $2.99 plus in app purchases of gumdrop packs to accelerate your progress with the pegs. (more…)
Who eats burgers? We don’t but apparently aliens do at least in the fun game called Aliens Need Burgers from California based Pick Up and Play available for free on both iOS and Android.
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In Aliens Need Burgers you defend the earth from hungry alien actively invading our planet. You direct an outward bound satellite laser weapon by tapping on each of the advancing alien space vessels. The number of alien craft increases but so does the number of earth friendly vehicles like space shuttles and satellites. You lose a life when you destroy the wrong vehicle or the alien ships get close enough direct a tractor beam which pulls up the cows.
Kids and families will enjoy this game while adults looking for a more violent game action should look elsewhere. Aliens Need Burgers could help children enhance their hand eye coordination. Alien Need Burgers plays better on larger devices due to the dark space background.
Do you play adventure games? Do you enjoy pinball? Dutch based Paladin Studios blended the pinball flipping mechanic with an adventure game to create Momonga Pinball Adventures.
Momonga Pinball Adventures features Momo, a flexible flying squirrel to partners with a giant panda and a firefly to free his fellow squirrels from the dreaded owl bandits. In a traditional pinball game you play the level over and over again aiming to get the high score. In Momonga Pinball Adventures, you use the flippers to propel Momo the squirrel through all the different stages of each level. Sometimes you flip Momo into the air where you tilt the device to make sure he he flies into the floating gems to collect them. (more…)
In real life would you rather encounter a bee or a bear? Do you like honey? Do you like the swiping (think Fruit Ninja) game play mechanic popular on tablet devices? You are in luck. Russian based Anton Studios released the IPad HD version of To Bee or Not to Bear for $2.99. The iPhone version costs $0.99. (more…)
Cygni Software released Attack the Fridge, a puzzle game for the IPhone and IPad priced at $1.99. In Attack the Fridge the game player must draw arrows directing the mice to the cheese. So far after the first few levels Attack The Fridge seems like a simple game appropriate for kids and families. (more…)
Chillingo and Plain Vanilla Games released a lite version of Moogies, a really simple family friendly game for kids ages 2 to 6. The Moogies are nine animals who live together on Moogie island. Children can call each of the Moogie animals who talk back to them in their own unique language using Plain Vanilla’s own “Vanilla Response Voice Response Engine.” (more…)
A game company named Suspicious Activity released Andy Card Match, a puzzle game, for the IPad for $0.99. In Andy Card Match the game player must match two like looking cards just like the game Concentration. We don’t see anything unique or new in the game play but children and families will enjoy it. Suspicous Activity plans to release an Android version in 2012. (more…)