Here are today’s list of five new mobile apps for your mobile devices. Clicking on the app name takes you to the app’s web site or its app store page. (more…)
FDG Entertainment released Tower Boxing, a vertical endless runner style game for free on both the iOS and Google Play/Android platform this week. You play a boxer who punches buildings from either the left or right sides of the structure by tapping the screen. You collect coins as you avoid the cement deck outcropping which crunches the boxer and terminates the session. The FDG team used a pixelated visual style and Tower Boxing is deceptively difficult which may make it addicting. (more…)
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.
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.
We met the folks from Portland, Oregon based indie game studio ClutchPlay Games who introduced us to their fun and entertaining arcade game called Little Chomp which takes place in a land called Chompwood Kingdom. (more…)
The blobs are rising and they are quite colorful. An indie game studio called Robot Invader created Rise of the Blobs, a free 3D puzzle game playable on iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. Robot Invaders decided to use the free to play business model for Rise of the Blobs with in app purchases.
The player must drop different colored fruit onto the same colored blobs. Then you explode the blog with the fruit by tapping it which also causes the same colored blobs directly next to the blob to burst. You rotate the blobs around the column to hit the highest row of blobs before they reach the column’s top. Players of Rise of the Blobs can earn different power-ups like fruit hammers and coconut bombs.
Rise of the Blobs offers a fun unique game experience even with the in app purchases.
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…)