From former makers of Angry Birds comes a new studio and a new game. Boomlagoon is a newly founded studio consisting of three Angry Birds developers who had recently left Rovio. Following its history with Rovio, Boomlagoon is hoping to carve out its own identity. Those looking for an Angry
Picture yourself in a game show built around solving different mazes. As you progress through the show, mazes will become much harder, with some involving robots…deadly robots. Now picture yourself playing Chillingo’s brilliant new title: Man in a Maze ($0.99). Man in a Maze is built around a deadly twist
Zombies moan, as they inch nearer and nearer. You’re seemingly surrounded by the brainless horde, and only armed with one option: your trusty machine gun. You violently smash the trigger, as you vigorously twirl in circles, attempting to cover each side. Undead corpses collapse at your feet; when you hear
Your world is in shambles…family, friends, neighbors… all dead. The Infected thrive as a wall of undead wanting nothing more than to see your demise. Each breath you take could be your last. Enter a world of chaos, misery, and mystery. Enter N.Y. Zombies 2 ($1.99). Foursaken Media brought out
The sea glimmers, as your ship nears a secluded island. You can almost taste the looming treasure, when you spot a structure. The natives have constructed towers, in an attempt to defend their treasure. So, you load up your canon with one of your crew mates, take aim down the telescope, and fire away. You revel in your handiwork as the wooden blacks tumble down, smashing the natives as a result. This story paints a picture of Chillingo’s latest title: Potshot Pirates ($0.99).
You hear your engine rev up as you prepare for your big jump. You smash down the accelerator, and your monster truck leaps over six school buses in a row. The crowd goes wild as rock songs boom over the speakers. You hop out of your truck and head to collect your big payout. This is the crazy sensation captured by Chillingo’s latest derby-racer: Monster Truck Destruction ($0.99).
In a world of hyper-realistic graphics, it seems hard to find anything unique. The gorgeous games sit at the top 25 list week after week, and the trend seems monotonous. Luckily Renegade Kid has sent a 8-bit hero…introducing Mutant Mudds ($0.99).