Over the past couple of weeks, I've been absolutely obsessed with Subway Surfers (free) from Kiloo Games. It's a breathe of fresh air from the usual hardcore 3D games I play as it combines good old arcade fun with an original concept to power it all.
Judging by the App Store's record, I wouldn't completely endorse developers trying out new, exotic controls schemes for their games in the likes of success - people [usually] won't like change. However, in the case of CM Games' newest release, Slingshot Racing ($0.99), they've mastered a new control scheme and have applied it to the racing genre in the form of an irresistible, universal package.
Those who love retro gaming on the App Store should be thrilled to be embraced by Underground Pixel's newest title to hit the App Store. Their second iOS endeavor following Holiday Havoc, the Christmas-themed endless shooter, Pastry Panic ($0.99) today released as a Universal bundle of unprecedented, delicious fun.
Europress, a leading producer of family-orientated video games, launched their third iOS endeavor onto the App Store. Compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, Doodle Tales allows children to unleash their imaginations. Best of all, it's completely [mostly] free.
Thus far, Ravenous Games have hosted a multitude of hardcore titles on the App Store that require the most amount of attention a gamer can give. With a distinctive difference in difficulty, in comparison to past tiles, Burger Cat ($0.99) boasts a numerous amount of less-demanding challenges. Jovial throughout, despite
Many, if not most, of the abundant amount of casual endless running games on the App Store are simply variations of one another varying solely in graphical theme. There have been a few titles that have spun the genre wildly like the popular Jetpack Joyride and now most recently On the Wind ($1.99) that puts you in control of leaves with hopes of blowing in the wind throughout the course of all four seasons - it sounds different, and it truly is.
Released worldwide, simultaneously with its console counterparts, Mass Effect Infiltrator™ ($6.99) recently became available on the App Store placing you in control of a a Cerberus Operative named Randall Ezno. Taking you through a cinematic experience composed of flawlessly created stunning visuals, you've turned on your own after discovering the aliens that you've been tasked with capturing are being experimented in. Because the notion is difficult to fathom, you've resorted to sticking to the big guns, literally.
Without doubt, the genre that universally wastes the most time is racers. Depending on how well the game has been executed overall, you may or may not find yourself unknowingly playing for hours on end striving to get a few seconds better to improve your time or to finish in
The name is probably the first thing that you notice about an application before all of the screenshots, the description and all that other jazz of the same sort. There are pros and cons to having a funky name: enticing potential customers who are simply intrigued and turning off others. Although Super Lemonade Factory ($0.99) isn't the most coherent title, it doesn't take away from the pure excitement that the recently released mix of platforming and puzzles boasts.
For ages sorcerers and alchemists in a host of fantastical games have endeavored to create magical potions. Enticed by their unique perks, some have succeeded while others have desperately failed. The same is true in this next case, but it's not in the world of mythical creatures and nonexistent fictional settings; rather, it's on an iOS device near you. Will you fail in creating ultimate potions or will you prosper? Find out with Potions ($0.99).