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…)
Aiden Media and Reiner Knizia released a refreshed version of their puzzle logic game City of Secrets Skyline in anticipation of the launch of the 2.0 version of City of Secrets 2. In the first game you must create a skyline of a city based on the parameters set forth for the level. For example in one row only one building can be visible hence the name Skyline. Skyline requires logic and intelligence, traits we seem to lack since we are stuck on the very first level of the trainee mode. Consumers can download the game to their IPhone ($0.99) IPod Touch ($0.99) and their IPads both regular ($1.99) and HD versions ($1.99).
Here’s the game developers description:
The aim of the game is to place buildings on the board in such a way that from a given point in a straight line, the specified number of buildings are visible. At first glance, nothing difficult. However, the 56 carefully designed levels, divided into four categories of difficulty, will provide even the most experienced players with hours of entertainment. For the winners, who beat all the levels of the game, there’s a special prize allowing players to unlock extra features in the upcoming ‘City of Secrets 2’ game.
* Clear and easy-to-understand rules.
* An addictive challenge for all logic puzzle lovers.
* 56 challenging levels, divided into 4 categories.
* A special prize, to be used in the upcoming City of Secrets 2 game.
iPad HD: $1.99
Cardboard Box Entertainment have released the first official game trailer for their downloadable sci-fi logic game J.U.L.I.A. The game J.U.L.I.A tells the story of Rachel Manners, a 35 year old microbiologists stranded with a huge robot and temperamental artificial intelligence in a space ship far from earth. Rachel and her colleagues left earth on a mission to search for alien life in the galaxy. Cardboard Entertainment plans to release the downloadable PC game J.U.L.I.A in 2011.
CBE says the beta testing of the completed game, J.U.L.I.A will soon commence. They describe Julia as a logical video game for the PC built on the story of Rachel Manners, a 35 year old astrobiologist, who is among a close group of scientists chosen to embark upon one of the most critical mission ever conceived on Earth – to encounter alien sentient life forms.
We will let you know when Cardboard Box Entertainment releases the beta for J.U.L.I.A.