There are those who love pixel-art games and those who don't. I'm one who can love them if they are executed perfectly or hate them if it's just plain rubbish. It's safe to say that Chrono&Cash ($1.99) has been executed beautifully and delivers tons of fun for any hardcore gamer out there.
The App Store is known for its large number of apps and particularly well-designed ones. A large proportion of those apps are games but we very rarely see design and fun gaming come together. With OLO Game ($1.99), we get just that and more.
Fitness apps seem to be a very rare species on the App Store with very few making the top 100 charts. That's probably because we're all becoming rather lazy nowadays, but that doesn't stop developer 'code a plus' to deliver quite a stunning app called Guerrilla Cardio ($1.99). The description boasts a scientifically-proven body fat loss training method that actually works, where you work out for just 4 minutes per day (yes, not a half-hour morning jog) to improve your fitness.
Adhesion ($1.99) is a very unique platformer that adds a major twist to the genre. Created by indie developer Scott Rapson, the game asks players to jump, stick and slide through 20 hand-crafted levels spanning forests, temple ruins, icy mountains and a volcano.
Euro Soccer ($0.99) is another title to add to the very short list of fully-fledged football games available for iPhone. It has released just in time for the first day of the tournament and aims to bridge the gap between the developer's First Touch Soccer released last year and the next installment expected later this year.
As you can probably tell by the name, Soccer Rally Euro 2012 ($0.99) is a spin-off the upcoming continental tournament using vehicles as the players. It's a bit like that Top Gear episode for those fans of the motorshow, where you control a single car to roll a giant soccer ball into your opponent's net.
Ichi ($0.99) is Stolen Couch Games' latest entry into the App Store and it's definitely a good one. It's a step away from their previously-hardcore Kids Vs. Goblins, transitioning to much simpler graphics for a more relaxing title.
The greatest European football tournament is just around the corner, and there's no better way to keep up-to-date with the latest from Poland than with the official Euro 2012 (free) app. Here's why.
This Could Hurt ($0.99) is one of Chillingo's latest releases and proves that the developer is still in the game. Developed by Orange Agenda, the game sees players guiding a rather lanky character through a course full of blades, flames, spikes and many other dangerous objects.
It's been a long time since we last saw a fully-fledged tennis game hit the App Store. It was back in 2009 when Gameloft released Real Tennis 2009 - their clone of SEGA's super-popular Virtua Tennis. Now we have the real deal. It's not the full-blown package like the console counterparts, as you can probably tell by the added 'Challenge' in the name, but rather a more casual take on the series.