Spain based Ivanovich Games released Crazy Bill, a new free ad supported action arcade game employing retro visuals, offering non stop action and features Zombie Celebrity lookalikes who do more than just moan while stumbling around the screen. Consumers can play Crazy Bill on their iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices. An Android version of Crazy Bill may popup in the future. (more…)
Australian based Indie game studio Big Sprite Games released Goats and Gadgets, a puzzle adventure game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch for $.99 without any in app purchases. We were stuck on the second level of a Goats and Gadgets two days in part because we were distracted by real bed bugs. Does this mean we lack basic intelligence or does the game deliver a real challenge? (more…)
Indie game developer Aake Gregertsen released a new free puzzle logic game on the iOS platform called Wire Storm. In Wire Storm which takes place on something that looks like a basic circuit board you must connect the dots without criss crossing the connector lines. (more…)
Two man game development team (Aaron and Forest San Filippo) and their game development studio Flippfly launched a new Kickstarter campaign for Race The Sun, and endless racing game blending game mechanics from Temple Run and Star Power. They plan to release Race the Sun on the PC and Mac platforms, iOS and maybe Android. (more…)
What happens when you piss off a giant pastel green giant horned dinosaur wearing a punching glove in a 2D world? A game called Roar Rampage happens. Neutronix and FDG Entertainment partnered to release Rage Dinosaur, a side scrolling 2D destruction game on the iOS platform priced at $0.99 on February 7th. (more…)
Imagine if an unknown person somewhere in front of you launches objects like hiking boots, cactus, bowling balls, video game controllers camping tents, couches, vacuums, and assorted paper based items directly at you. You have to identity each object and fling it into the appropriate bin – outdoor vs indoor, red vs blue etc. That’s the general thrust of Sortee, a new action puzzle game out now on the iOS platform. Flow Studio created Sortee.
Sortee offers two modes, Classic will comes with nine free levels and then you pay $0.99 to unlock the remaining 42 levels. Sometimes you have to sort red and blue objects, indoor from outdoor objects, items with no legs vs four legs, office vs game objects. If you can advance far enough you will have to sort from four different kinds of objects like art vs game vs office vs wood objects.
If you send an item into the wrong bin you crack the screen. Do this three times and the game ends. You can destroy certain objects that don’t belong in any of the bins by pinching your finger. The fast game play mode offers game play from random sections of Sortee but if you screw up just once the game ends.
We think Sortee appeals to a wide audience: For parents this could represent a great educational game for their children but anybody who enjoys a fast paced puzzle oriented action game will play Sortee for hours. Sortee offers a unique game play unseen by our team but then again we get lost in the shower, with a GPS!
Social/mobile game developer PlayScreen launched SuperBowlish American football themed promotion called the ”Crickler Bowl”, within their crossword-like iOS game, Crickler 2:Daily Word Puzzles. Players win prizes by solving Super Bowl related puzzles and using the game’s “baked in” brag system to ‘tweet’ their support for their favorite team. (more…)
Hot off the presses. Read it here first. Rush Limbaugh’s Ass shares its thoughts on Bumbin Uglies, a new physics puzzle mobile game from Minneapolis based, Ham in the Fridge, a Minneapolis based creative studio, out now as a free to play game on the iPhone and iPad. If you think this satirical interview represents a real endorsement of Bumbin Uglies by Rush Limbaugh, you may want to consider consulting with a therapist who specializes in common sense with a concentration in reality. (more…)