Maryland based Playscreen released a significant update for Word Carnivale called Instant Opponent. In the word puzzle game you compete against your friends in a best of out three game format where you must form more words in a specific period of time than your opponent. The letters sit on balloons so when you form a word, new lettered balloons fill the screen. It’s one of the better mobile word game although it could take sometime for your opponents to take their turn which can be a common complaint with turn based social mobile games.
The new Playscreen Instant Opponent technology enables all Word Carnivale players to start a game and play their turn within seconds, at any time of the day. Social Mobile Word game lovers can download Word Carnivale to their iPhones, iPads and IPod Touch for free or pay $2.99 to remove the ads.
Wow. We can’t believe how lucky we are today. The nutty HarryBalls.com editorial team scored an exclusive guest interview/game review with the honorable Congressman John Boehner’s Boner who shares its thoughts on a new free happiness inspiring game called Uplifted, out now on iOS and Android created through a partnership with the UK’s Channel 4 and a digital creative agency called Kanoti. Consumers can play Uplifted on their iPhones, iPads as well as their Android phones and tablets. (more…)
Hey folks. Support an indie game developer. Meet Alex Solo, a game developer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin who just launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for MelonDash, a casual watermelon racing game under development for iOS, Android, and Flash tentatively priced at $0.99. You can play a working demo of MelonDash in your browser with the Unity Plugin using this link: (more…)
Have you heard? About 20,000,000 people have. That’s how many folks have downloaded Temple Run 2 from iTunes in four days! Four frakkin days! Monster indie game studio Imangi released Temple Run 2 on the Apple App store aka iTunes Thursday January 17th and they will release Temple Run 2 on Android later this week. (more…)
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…)
Can you spin a virtual top? Can you draw? Do you like to go on magical adventures in black and white worlds. Can you tilt your iPad or iPhone with a delicate touch to direct progress in towards a games goals?
Doodle Top takes place in a 3D black and white virtual popup storybook with colorful potential. The game features a spinning top which you must guide around each maze level to collect coins, gems and unlock the color when you bump into objects. You direct the top by tilting your iPad or iPhone. They replicate the physics of a real top balancing on a flat surface like a wooden cutting board. (more…)
This isn’t the Daniel Day Lewis version of Abraham Lincoln for sure mother frakkers. Watch as Abraham Lincoln seeks out George Washington’s help with his addiction to Word Carnivale, a word puzzle game for the iOS platform created by Playscreen. (more…)
Have you always wanted to play charades with your “so called” long distance friends on your iOS mobile device? Well, a company called Interconnected Gaming released the 2.0 version of charades for your IPhone and IPad called Acting Out which comes in free and paid versions. Fundamentally the game play for each remains the same: the player must act out a word chosen by the game to their remotely connected friends. (more…)
“How noble are your nutlings?” asks HarryBalls.com. Oops. We couldn’t resist. Meet Sydney(Blue), Abe (red)and Lemmy(yellow), the squirrelly stars of The Noble Nutlings, a physics platform racing game from a new indie game studio called Boomlagoon, formed by three alumni from Rovio, creators of Angry Birds. Video gamers can play Noble Nutlings for free with in app purchases on their IPhones, IPads and IPod Touch devices. (more…)
When is the last time you had “fleece based finger fun”? How does the phrase Fleeced Based Finger fun sound? That’s what we thought. RatJar Games released a action physics game called Baa Baa Bomber on the iOS platform for $1.99 for 60 levels. (more…)