The game that everyone is crazy about made its way into our hands in abundance, thanks to the generosity of the developers, so we're offering our readers the chance of winning one of six promo codes for Super Crate Box, the iOS port of the desktop gaming craze of the web!
As developer Vlambeer promised when they released their iOS port of their popular desktop predecessor, Super Crate Box, if the game reached 5,000,000 crates collected in total, they would add additional, iOS-exclusive content in the form of updates. That milestone was achieved in under one day, and the game, currently sitting at 16 million crates collected, will be updated with some pretty sweet content within the next few days.
Developed by Vlambeer, with the help of Halfbot (developer of The Blocks Cometh; runner up game for 2011), Super Crate Box for iOS, the popular desktop version's successor, was released just today for $0.99. Price in mind, the game successfully offers compelling gameplay that mixes up platforming and running and gunning action and is presented and executed in such a way to make your mouth water with satisfaction.
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The Oregon Trail is the spin-off version of one of the most classic "educational" computer games ever made. Fun for kids and adults alike, this game is a great way to whittle away time. Playing the game all the way through takes about 2-3 hours which makes it a perfect game to keep you entertained during those boring moments of your day. The point of the game is to make your way from St Louis westward via The Oregon Trail. Keep your family healthy, your food levels high, and maintain proper care of your wagon as you roll your way west in this historical game that's set in the 1830's.
Uno is a well loved card game that I'm sure everyone here has heard of. Ah, but did you know you could find it in the iTunes Store? Gameloft has turned a classic family game into a gorgeous app with intuitive controls. The goal is simple: get rid of all your cards and try to prevent your opponents from doing the same.