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
An app that certainly, without one slightest bit of doubt, passed under the radar of the average App Store gamer, Mini Dash ($0.99) is yet another thrilling adventure from well-known publisher, Chillingo. The availability of platformers for the iOS platform has expanded since the App Store's launch a few years ago, and, by this time, you can pretty much find one to suit any platformer-enthusiast's preference. Whether you're seeking a Metroidvania title with large levels and tons of exploration or you're looking for an arcade-styled game with short, quick levels demanding your endurance and patience, the App Store has it.
Little Acorns ($0.99) is the newest to offer platforming fun from Chillingo - putting a cute twist on the usual formula, the premise is simple to get a hold of. You and your family of squirrels have returned home to find out that cunning raccoons have stolen your stash of acorns. You must navigate through a series of fairly-well designed levels in order to recover the valuable items that you so unfortunately lost.
Released yesterday on the App Store, is Dream Track Nation, a somewhat casual side-scrolling racing game for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Through it’s multiple game modes, it’s clearly not something to miss for only a buck, but also clearly has room for improvement. I downloaded DTN yesterday hoping
Chillingo has made a large name for themselves over the past few years, since the introduction of the App Store, and that title is very well deserved. The quality of the applications that they publish is flawless, and all have been very well received by the App Store audience. Tonight,
Playing the good guy is mostly always the case when playing a game on pretty much console. Seldom to games have you as the bad guy making everyone’s life miserable. How often have you played as the alien, the killer, or any other foul creature/character where you are going against
In almost no time at all, the game rose to the top of the charts passing the dominating Angry Birds and claiming the number once spot. Well, after a week or so, the game has been moved down to second place, but that doesn’t take away from its ‘amazing game!’
My Xbox 360 is still up to date one of my favorite game systems. That is of course while being my secondary option when I have no desire for my iPod (yeah right!). When I get on I like playing a type of game that I normally couldn’t find on
Chillingo, as promised a few months ago have released yet another zombie/monster game. This time more brutal, gory, and most of all addicting. Taking the line-drawing genre, Zombie Escape has you ridding different environments of zombies with the use of helicopters, bombs, and a whole lot of other destructive weapons!
Hooked by the slightest idea of physics, I am now a patient suffering from addictiveness. Developed by Darkwave Games, and published by Chillingo, Master of Alchemy has you playing through many different levels with a puzzling premise in mind. If you’ve ever played Enigmo by Pangaea Software, you’d know what