You must decorate the cats with mustaches, glasses and cool accessories like hats usually using a touch or simultaneous multi-touch on the iPad by dragging the item above the nose, over the eyes or around the neck of the feline. Two or more humans can play it or one dextrous person can give it a whirl. Everyone will enjoy Williamsprrrrg except maybe hipster mice.
Montreal based Adrenaline Entertainment released Blackout, an iOS game based on their popular arcade game, features a race of funny looking Googabonga creatures. You must help the Googabona defeat bothersome race named Gooranos who have blacked out all the suns in their Googalaxy. You do this by employing two actions. (more…)
We have wasted the afternoon playing a highly entertaining, melodic, puzzle game on our rusty iPhone called Stickets, created by Wanderlands based in Australia, we think. Stickets offers an exceptional puzzle game experience. Stickets features three colored Tetris like square wedges on a rectangular grid. (more…)
FDG Entertainment released Expand It! , a physics puzzle game consumers can download for the IPhone & IPod Touch for $0.99 and for $1.99 to their IPad device.
Expand It ! features Rainbow Dinosaurs who expand when they get excited. You tap the Rainbow Dinosaur to inflate them so they can reach the rainbow and you move onto the next level. As you progress the levels get more difficult where you have to coordinate the timing of the taps. We have seen elements of this game play before but FDG Entertainment’s execution looks unique. Kids and families will enjoy this game as well puzzle game fans.
Vancouver, Canada based Grey Alien Games partnered with Hot Head Games to publish Spring Bonus, their seasonal themed match three puzzle game on iOS, Android and Nook devices. Summer Bonus offers match 3 puzzle lovers a spring themed game featuring cuddly bunnies, carrots, different colored Easter Eggs, carrots and flowers. Spring Bonus’ game play may not be the most unique in the world but if you like match 3 puzzle games you will like this one. We started playing the pc version and before we know it an hour passed by. Match 3 puzzle games hypnotize us. iOS users can get Spring Bonus for free with paid upgrades while Android and Nook users will have to pay $1.99. Kindle Fire and Windows Phone users can also by Spring Bonus for $1.99.
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…)
Appshen and Wide Eyed Entertainment released Pop Bubble Pop in a both lite (free) and paid ($0.99) versions for the IPhone and IPad. Families and kids will enjoy this simple innocuous arcade game. The title “Pop Bubble Pop” describes the game perfectly. The game player must pop bubbles in many forms (Pigs, Air balloons, bubbles) while avoiding the poison bubbles. Pop Bubble Pop lite offers one game mode – marathon and one location – tranquil town. While the paid version offers both single player and mulitplayer, marathon & time attack, and three locations – tranquil town, graceful garden and midnight city. (more…)
Dingo Games released one of our favorite indie games Tasty Planet 2 Back for Seconds on the iOS platform for a special introductory price of $0.99. We gave Tasty Planet 2 Back for Seconds PC version a 5 out of 5 rating. You can read the review here. The game player must direct the lovable little ball of goo to items he must eat to grow. The items include small little balls, test tubes, batteries, frogs and even cuddly mice. In the PC version of the game, the player uses the mouse or the arrow keys to guide the goo ball around the screen to his snacks. In the iOS version of Tasty Planet 2 the players’s device – the IPhone or IPad inherits the mouse/arrow keys’ role requiring the user to tilt the IPhone or IPad to move the goo ball so he can eat things required to grow.
Dingo Games provided this description of Tasty Planet 2 Back for Seconds:
“Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds is the sequel to Dingo Games’ popular iPhone game, Tasty Planet. The sequel has many improvements over the original. Levels can now span vastly different object sizes; players can grow from the size of an amoeba to the size a galaxy within a single level. There is also a huge variety of new entities that players get to eat.
The game’s story begins with the goo eating a time machine, causing him to be sent back in time. Players will eat their way through six different time periods: modern, Late Cretaceous (i.e. dinosaurs), Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome, Feudal Japan, and the distant future. Each time period features a unique set of objects for players to eat. Mice, cats, Tyrannosaurus Rex, mummies, gladiators, and flying saucers are just a few of the hundreds of objects available for consumption.
Also released today was the iPad version of the game, Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds HD. This version of the game uses the iPad’s larger screen for a two player cooperative campaign mode in which each player controls their own goo.”
8 Bit Grenade released Snap Trap for the iPhone 3 GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, 3rd & 4th generation iPod Touch priced at $2.99. 8 Bit Grenade says Snap Trap uses Apple’s touch screen technology, in an unique and intuitive way. We aren’t sure about that but the game looks like a souped version of the classic game Snake and consumers think twice about paying $2.99 for Snap Trap. (more…)