What do you get when you blend Disney’s Where’s My Water with Rovio’s Angry Birds? A game called Atomic Frogs from Cocos Games available both in a free limited version and a full paid version ($1.99) for the IPhone and IPad. (more…)
Have you ever wanted to learn more about Particle Physics so you can debate Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory? If you answered “yes” to this question continue reading about Agent Biggs, a puzzle game created by Test Tube Games out for IPhones, IPads and IPod Touch devices for $0.99. (more…)
Jay van Hutten and Stolen Couch Games released Ichi, a puzzle game on the iOS platform for $0.99. Ichi offers a solid family and kid friendly puzzle game experience. (more…)
Game Development Studio Hart Dev released GraviMaze, a physics puzzle game for the iOS platform. You tilt your device to slide the ancient hieroglyphic like flat cube around the maze to collect gold coins. So far we have breezed through the initial five levels but have spent 30 minutes trying to solve the sixth level. Gravimaze will initially cost $0.99 and comes with 100 levels. The are working on an IPad version slated to come out later this year.
Here’s the description Gravimaze from Hart Dev:
In GraviMaze, the player rotates the level and uses gravity to navigate through tortuous mazes and escape with as many coins as possible. The game contains a hundred levels sprawling five mayan temples, each with unique visuals and attractive melodies. “GraviMaze can be picked up in seconds, but be prepared to wrack your brains if that’s what you are looking for,” said David Hart, founder of hart[dev].
David explains: “I am a huge fan of puzzle games. I had the idea for GraviMaze a while back but we didn’t start work on it until January 2010. This game is the result of one year’s blood, sweat and tears, and we are really proud with the end result. We hope you will enjoy it as much as we did developing it.”
GraviMaze will be available world-wide in February from Apple’s App Store for iPhone and iPod Touch.
GraviMaze System Requirements
* iPhone 3GS (or above), or iPod Touch 3rd Generation (or above)
* iOS 4.0 (or above)
Mind Splat Design released their first game called Avoid-A-Ball for the iOS and Android platforms for $0.99. Spoonbill provided the sound effects.
As the name states you must avoid the tadpole like ball by shooting your ball around from tooth to tooth. You can earn power ups by directing the ball into the stars and also by colliding your ball when its enlarged into the ball you normally avoid. Everyone will enjoy Avoid A Ball. (more…)
Danlab Games’ Dynastunts, a 3D supercross racing game for the iOS platform hit Apple’s App store November 3rd priced at $2.99. Understand we get lost in the shower (even with waterproof GPS) so remember that fact when reading our opinions on these video games. (more…)
Mindshapes, a mobile education company, released Casper’s Costume Closet for the iOS platform – IPad, IPhone, and IPod Touch for $2.99 from the ITunes/Apple App Store. Mindshapes designed Casper’s Costume Closet to help children ages three to seven strengthen short-term memory.
Infinite Dreams published Jelly Defense, a tower defense game for iOS, Mac and Android for $0.99. In Jelly Defense, the Jellies must defend their planet against invader who are after the Crystals of Power. Jelly Defense employs very creative graphics.
Jelly Defense System Requirements
Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or later.
Required OS: over Android 2.0.1 (2.3.4 recommended)
• Mac OS:
Minimum requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later
Be-Rad Entertainment released Serious Sam Kamikaze Attack for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad as a universal app, as well as Android devices for a special sale price of $0.99. Serious Sam Kamikaze Attack will revert to the $1.99 price at some point. The Serious Sam Kamikaze Gamer plays the role of the Headless Kamikaze tasked with destroying the man named Sam. (more…)