Game time-killer is never enough. This winter, you will not be bored. Game «Light Up Chrestmas tray!» brighten up your time. Colorful graphics and a nice soundtrack for a long time would tie you to the game. Download from App store.
Welcome to my roundup of some of the best new (and updated) iOS games! This week we'll take a look at the uniquely genre-defying greatness that is Heroes and Castles, the adrenaline-fueled racing madness of 2XL MX Offroad and the refreshing word puzzlement of Letter by Letter.
Kickstarter has become a bit of a phenomenon, and with good reason. While just like with any other system there's no guarantee that every campaign will be successful, there are enough success stories to come out of the crowd funding camp to make it worth a developer's while to at least try. I run across more than my share of interesting projects on the web site, and get several requests from developers to publish "their story" and help spread the word. Here are a couple recent contacts that I thought I'd make you aware of.
Some ex-Rovio gamemakers teamed up under the Boomlagoon banner to create another 2-D physics game--a platform scrolling game called Noble Nutlings. The free game is hugely fun and probably destined for gaming success! The other game I tried out this week is Pinball Arcade. Electronic Pinball is to iPad what jelly is to peanut butter, and the easy touch and robust graphics of iPad make almost any 3-D pinball game just plain awesome! Pinball Arcade is one of the most authentic recreations I have seen done on any hardware. Too bad the freebie lite mode times you out and charges you to buy tables, but well, developers gotta eat too... and the lifelike tables are easily worth the price!
Listen Up! Is a great audio game which takes turn based games to the next level. While there have been dozens of new games over the past year where people have to draw clues or guess letters to find the answer to the question, Listen Up uses audio recordings to make the game play even more fun and interactive.
As a kid, I didn't play Cats in the Cradle much... But I did play it a little bit. If you're note familiar with the game, one person holds some string or a rubber band in their fingers and the next person interacts with it and so on. It's more than a game, because you're learning problem solving skills, not to mention physics and geometry!
Sing a Song for FREE is a social singing and guessing game. It is inspired by the concept of Draw Something but for singing. The concept is as simple as you will sing a song challenged by the game and let your friend guess its title. If your friend make a right guess, both of you will receive coins, which are used to purchase the hints, change the challenged song, change your voice...