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15 Puzzle Challenge 1.2 - Become The Only Master Of The Classic Game

15 Puzzle Challenge 1.2 - Become The Only Master Of The Classic Game

New York, New York - AppAnnex LLC today is proudly announcing the most outstanding release of the classic puzzle game called "15 Puzzle Challenge". The app features a well-known and beloved 15 puzzle game wrapped into the new, fresh, easy-to-use design and combined with Facebook, Twitter and Game Center to hold all the challenges around the globe.


Tapsteroids FREE today only!

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Looking for a retro game to kill some time this Labor Day? Tapsteroids is free today, so don't wait, go grab it here. If you liked Asteroids (and who didn't), then you will love Tapsteroids. The classic title reborn with gameplay concepts and enhancements we only dreamed of back in the day. Read on for more press information..



What I played this week - Slotz Racer, Destructopus, and Nu!

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This week, I discovered a slot car racing experience (called SlotZ Racer) which is about the most fun I have had playing games on the iPod touch (the developers really nailed it). Another fun distraction has been Destructopus, a scrolling smash-n-duck monster attack. Finally, not strictly under the "what I played" category, but figured I would close out with a mini-review of the social news reader called nu.



Father and Son Team make Wizard's Castle HD iPad 2 Game Free for Weekend

Father and Son Team make Wizard's Castle HD iPad 2 Game Free for Weekend

Atlanta, Georgia - Asgard Studios, a father and son team, today is pleased to announce that Wizard's Castle HD 1.1 for iPad 2, their match and remove game for all ages is free for this weekend (Sept. 2 - 5, 2011). "We wanted to celebrate the Labor Day holiday with a free weekend," said Randy Herring. In Wizard's Castle HD the player enters the castle to find that the friendly Wizard has cast a spell and colored, magic balls are raining down from the ceiling.


Destructopus FREE for a limited time!

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If you are in the market for something mind-numbing yet enjoyable on this long Labor Day weekend, go snag Destructopus: Total Ramage! (spelled that way on the AS). Hearkening back to the days of 16-bit nirvana, this Rampage-like scroller is more fun than a triple somersault cannonball off the high dive (which I hope you will attempt sober this year)! Read on for the full PR skinny, and please, folks...destroy responsibly!



Magnin & Associates releases Go Kart Park with online play via Apple's Game Center

Magnin & Associates releases Go Kart Park with online play via Apple's Game Center

Enjoy a day of racing at our Go Kart Park. Three tracks and 8 go karts (with either manual or automatic transmissions) to choose from. A standard oval lap track, a slick track with tight hairpin turns, and a drag strip.

Play against AI karts or go head-to-head online against three other friends or online opponents through Apple's Game Center.

Optionally sends new achievements and best times to both Facebook and the Apple Game Center. 

Universal App - supports native iPad, iPhone and iPhone 4 Retina display.


Puddle Puzzles Hits iOS App Store

Puddle Puzzles Hits iOS App Store

ChaosTrend Releases Puddle Puzzles on App-Store

 

Cute water physics game now available on the App-Store (Android version coming soon)

Available on the app store here; http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/puddle-puzzles/id432515340?ls=1&mt=8

 


Review: Splash Ball by Sergio Flores

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I try to be extremely patient with the games I review and play as much of them as I can before writing anything down.  I guess you’d call it giving them the “benefit of the doubt”.  Sadly, that benefit ran out for Splash Ball after playing level 2 for roughly the 30th time.  I really want to like this game, if for no other reason than it takes the marble rolling game and gives it a different look, but I just can’t deal with terrible controls on a game that offers absolutely no leeway before dying.



Blowing Pixels Planet Defender: Arcade Strategic Shooter with Retro Soul for iPhone and iPod touch

Blowing Pixels Planet Defender: Arcade Strategic Shooter with Retro Soul for iPhone and iPod touch

Indie game developer Lowpoly Studios today is proud to announce the release of their first iOS game, "Blowing Pixels Planet Defender", an arcade shooter that's strong on strategy with a retro soul. The core gameplay has been inspired by a classic Atari game from the 80's: "Missile Command", but it's been revisited and changed to create a modern and fun game with just a retro feeling.


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