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
We took this mighty fine application through our review process, and it came out with flying colors, and Apple also listed it in their “Benchmark Games” list, which we posted about yesterday. What application? League of Evil. Exclusive shots of its successor have recently been released, and we’ve got them
The platforming genre on the app store has seen a major increase over the past few months with the arrival of many new, decent platformers. Newest to the table, Max and the Magic Marker [$1.99], from publishers, EA and developers, Press Play, is a unique combination of puzzle and platforming
If you’re a major gamer that keeps track of all of the new, noticed games to hit the app store everyday using an RSS feed, maybe appshopper.com, or even an online forum you may be familiar with the considerable wave of games that were released into the app store today.
We posted about League of Evil during the holiday season with a brief trailer and some information. As a reminder, it’s a slick pixel-styled platformer with 54 levels and more on the way as you play as a secret spy with a mission to kill different scientists. Also included in
Though I haven’t posted anything on it yet, I’ve been following the development of Ravenous Games’ (previously Cave Run, Ravenous Trivia/HD) newest work, League of Evil. I couldn’t get much off of their occasional tweets about new additions to the game, but with their steady release of screenshots every Saturday,
Back in the day there was this arcade game where you could challenge three friends to race you. The game had four free-spinning steering wheels, a gas pedal, and no brakes. PadRacer has brought that game back in the first "phone-to-pad" arcade game. Instead of the steering wheel, the racer is controlled using an iPhone or iPod Touch while watching the race action, top-down style, on the iPad. And like the original, there's still no brakes! This makes the game simple enough for a kid to pick up and play right away, but requires some practice to really master it.
Everybody has pictures. Most of us like to share them. Many want to tag them in some quick, casual way, like using a sharpie to write something cute or inspiring right on the picture.
Enter Polarize, the FREE App from Christopher Comair. This iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad ‘compatible’ application does very little - very well.
iDracula is a sweat-inducing shooter from More Games Entertainment and Chillingo. You play a vampire hunter while taking out hundreds of monsters and the occasional bloodsucker. Being outnumbered is a serious understatement. The difficulty level here is somewhere in between intense and brutal. If surviving endless waves of monsters until you inevitably die sounds like good times, iDracula is definitely the game for you!
Horror Racing is a hectic arcade racing game where you outrace and outgun monster opponents on your way to the finish line. It's a perfect example that racing games for the iPhone don't have to have awkward controls that depend on the device's accelerometer. The graphics are rough and grungy, but that's pretty much to be expected with this particular theme. Don't let the title worry you, the "horror" is at a PG level. Think "Mad Max" meets "Monster's Inc." With missiles, speed boosts, and plenty of ramps, Horror Racing is a lot of fun and really easy to get into.