With a learning cover easy to master by all ages, retro artwork and a whole ton of enticing gameplay obstacles, Drive and Jump ($0.99) is your typical top-down racer with a serious, addictive spin.
Starting first with Firemint’s Spy Mouse, Starbucks began to team up with the App Store and certain developers to offer all of their customers free applications upon entering the cafe. You can now download LostWinds absolutely free. Otherwise priced at $3.99, LostWinds is the port of the popular console counterpart
Kickstarter has seen success in the span of its existence. Products with potential have been given the chance to see the light of day through its wonderful crowdfunding solution. Though it's not directly related to Kickstarter, AppStori is a new crowdfunding platform catered towards mobile applications.
Developer Rovio today announced that the fourth iteration in the birds vs. pigs series is one “one of the fastest growing games ever,” with 50 million downloads in just 35 days. That's undoubtedly stunning!
This week wasn't huge for game releases, but it certainly did hold a few treats in store. Released yesterday from an otherwise flash developer, is TwinSpin ($0.99) brings to the table a new type of puzzling, arcade gameplay to the iOS platform with its countless ways to satisfy gamers of all type.
By now, 'Fancy Pants Adventure' has become quite a prodigy among the top flash gaming websites on the web. If you haven't heard of the title and its sequels, there's really no excuse the amount of evident time poured into the large adventurous environments, so many well-executed character functions and tight controls have made it one of the most marvellous platformers available for free on the internet. That absolutely amazing, sensational title has made its way into your pocket and is available for $0.99 on the App Store.
Paying homage to the various gaming titles of the past era, Tobe must climb vertically through an endless submerged tunnel populated with pixelated rocks, stones, bricks and more. In this retro adventure that stays true to its title throughout, you’ll be posed with reaching as far up as you can
It's no question whether the developer behind the new top-down racer Retro Racing ($0.99) is either experienced or enough of a retro junkie for his new game to to be worthy of your spare change with multiple Amiga titles under his belt. Experience and a good hand come together in this new title from Jamie Woodhouse that will incontrovertibly pique any gamer's interest.
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.
Join Herbie and the Beat Sneak Bandit to recover all of the clocks that have gone missing hence causing havoc all over the stylish world of Simogo's newest quirky titles. Before, you were protecting tiny planets from incoming sports equipment and were helping a car run onward by tweaking the path and elevation of the road in their previous games - now it's reacquiring clocks in this new music-savvy game that shows an awing amount of potential.