Based on the developer's past App Store record, it's safe to say that iOS game-maker Ravenous Games certainly has the platforming formula down, along other things. Previously at the helm of popular titles including League of Evil, League of Evil 2, Random Heroes, and Beatdown, the indie developer has managed to capture the App Store's attention with its extensive lineup. Recently released, Infestor ($0.99) is the newest addition to Ravenous Games' collection of retro platformers, and it certainly does not fail to satisfy.
iPhone developers, Mobigame have previously been identified as “The developers of Edge.” However, with their new release, I and I’m sure others too, will identify them as, “The developers of Perfect Cell.” From the game’s chilling story to even the mysterious icon, it is stunning, and a title most iPhone
Since the announcement by Gamerizon that they had started working on yet another game, I’ve been following the development taking not of all of the little changes and such that they made to the game. After waiting for about a month or two, the game that I had mostly been
I sure of have been a huge follower of Halfbrick Studios since their first few months in the app store with all of their games installed on my iPod. After keeping up with their newest adventure starring the ultimate Barry Steakfries again, I’m happy to say that I have received
A little while ago, a new game was introduced on the app store attracting tons of customers and making a huge impact with its debut. This app, Samurai: Way of the Warrior was featured twice (if I recall correctly) on FAAD. The main character made Chuck Norris seriously look cute,
Having waited for this game for months, I was satisfied to the brim once it came out. I made my move, and now it is on my iPod safely snug in the midst between my favorite applications. Synoptical Studios introduces Aerox for the iPhone and iPod Touch – A rather
The games on the app store that contain that particular feeling of simplicity are the ones that demand the most attention from me. Simple pickup and play games that can be played anywhere: at home while bored, in a line, on the elevator, and so on. That’s why Fastar! [App