Our 2011 Game of the Year, League of Evil, was released at the beginning of last year. Said company, Ravenous Games, is set to debut the sequel to their acclaimed pixel platformer after teaming up with Bulletproof Outlaws to produce a new graphical style, later this month, and they’ve posted
The endless vertical running genre has been augmented by the release of Off the Leash (Free), the newest from the UK-based developer behind the popular Land-a-Panda, Meow Meow Happy Fight and the Piyo Blocks series, Big Pixel Studios. Posed with the task of setting fellow dogs loose as you hurriedly
Minoraxis' Exitium: Savior of Vardonia is an action packed RPG (made free for a limited time) that will not disappoint you. Unlike many apps, this one would not be considered a basic replica in comparison to others of its breed. It offers a stunning four different story modes, which all include a different game styles and narratives. Believe it or not, this Korean RPG is a combination of a huge amount pros and a minuscule amount of cons which would make any action-loving person jump for joy.
Today we're going to take a popular application from the developers of a famous title. Dubbed Run Roo Run, the application puts a clever twist on platforming to offer you a great aesthetically-pleasing package available for only $0.99. Run Roo Run, developed and distributed by 5th Cell, more commonly known for the people behind the acclaimed Scribblenauts, puts you in control of a mother kangaroo who has lost her baby and sets out on a journey through the land down under. You'll traverse through various environments and will navigate tricky levels filled with a numerous amount of obstacles in order to rescue your baby.
iOS has had its fair share of unofficial ports of various console games, including PC, of which some have been pulled while others have remained in the realms of the App Store. If Mario Kart was down your alley, Nintendo isn't approaching the App Store anytime soon, so developer, Shanghai Taomee Network Technology Co.,Ltd. has taken the cue and released their take on the popular game. But it's not really their take, it's pretty blatant.
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.
Even if Nintendo isn't going to take a bite into the thriving iOS market, it seems other developers are catching the bait and taking the cue; it's one of the highest points in App Store history, so iOS developers are going to eventually see the potential money in the popular Nintendo franchise. That has already begin some few years after the opening of the App Store in the form of ZENFORMS.
iPhone Alley has teamed up with M&D Entertainment Limited to offer you the chance of winning one of two promo codes for their clever, strategic game dubbed The Octagon Theory ($1.99), one application compatible with both iPhone and iPad (iOS Universal).
There's really been nothing worthwhile to post about in the past few days (our fake excuse for being down for the better part of both yesterday and today), but it seems that another video involving our feline friends has gone viral on YouTube and it's of significance. Well, to us anyways.