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…)
German based Handy Games released Candy Carnage, a free Android game download. Children and families may want to avoid Candy Carnage.
Candy Carnage takes place in Candyland where the local butcher boys, apparently bored with life, decide to corral the princesses of the land into meat grinders. The game player must save the princesses by tapping your finger on each prince before she sinks into the meat grinder. (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.
Mind Splat Design released their first game called Avoid-A-Ball for the iOS and Android platforms for $0.99. Spoonbill provided the sound effects.
As the name states you must avoid the tadpole like ball by shooting your ball around from tooth to tooth. You can earn power ups by directing the ball into the stars and also by colliding your ball when its enlarged into the ball you normally avoid. Everyone will enjoy Avoid A Ball. (more…)
Denmark based Happy Camper released Pearls, an action puzzle game for the IPad, IPhone, IPod Touch for $0.99. You take control of the Sam the happy pearl and must to draw a line through the other pearls floating down to the ground. I agree consumers will easily understand the objective of the Pearls. Since the pearls are moving or floating you must draw the line through the anticipated path of the pearl as opposed to drawing the line through the pearl’s exact location. (more…)
PlaySnack, self described “makers of delicious games”, released TurtleWorld, a physics based arcade game for the IPhone and the IPad priced at $0.99. Turtleworld stars Frank, an ordinary turtle tasked with doing extra-ordinary things like shooting Frank’s shell at the bad guys. (more…)
Indie game developer Nonsuch Games released their first video game for purchase and download for the PC called HueSpace for $4.99. In Huespace you pilot a flying saucer to fight evil forces draining energy from the galaxy.
Squid in A Box released the downloadable demo for Waves, their upcoming Psychedelic Arena Shooter coming soon for $9.99 to a PC near you. The Wave demo offers 3 Minutes of gameplay. In game Waves, the player controls a heavily armed ball to clear enemies off the field. The game play reminds us of a supped up version of Asteroids on steroids with a tech house music sound track.
Be-Rad Entertainment released Serious Sam Kamikaze Attack for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad as a universal app, as well as Android devices for a special sale price of $0.99. Serious Sam Kamikaze Attack will revert to the $1.99 price at some point. The Serious Sam Kamikaze Gamer plays the role of the Headless Kamikaze tasked with destroying the man named Sam. (more…)