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I don’t recall when I got interested in hidden object games, but I think I was pretty much hooked from the first one I played. They were challenging, yet unlike adventure games I didn’t have to worry about any gaps between play times because there was nothing for me to forget that would affect my progress in the game. Eventually, though, it was nice to see hidden object games start to blend in more adventure game style elements, and now it seems like the line is often blurred between the genres. Still, the concept was starting to get stagnant again… and then along came Nightmare From The Deep: Cursed Heart. I could barely put this game down, and thankfully I have the collector’s edition which has an additional adventure now that I’ve completed the main tale.
Ninja Kittens - Cannons VS Robots takes an already popular arcade shooter genre and adds a skill based puzzle twist. Using your cannon your goal is to defend the Ninja Kitten in each and every level from the invading robots by strategically hitting platforms and other objects in their way. By adding a fast paced element to this popular genre, Ninja Kittens - Cannons VS Robots keeps the user highly entertained and coming back for more - definitely an app worth looking into.
Jealous of your friends with the Kinect gaming systems? Box the Bag
is a new iPad app that makes a clever and sophisticated use of the iPad's camera to achieve a lot of what the Kinect accessory does for Microsoft's Xbox.
Solitaire for cafe addicts, with an offbeat 80s feel... That's my impression of Cafe International. Uh, how many restaurants or shops are seating lone international guests specifically by nationality or gender? None that I know of, but that really isn't the point. The point of Cafe International is good old pattern-matching fun with a multi-player twist that everyone can enjoy. It's also a great way to learn and recognize international flags.
Welcome to my Game Review column, featuring the hottest, best-selling new games in the App Store! As the end of the year approaches, and the holiday season draws near, I'll be publishing regular, detailed reviews of some of the best, most original and most unique new games to hit the App Store. Hang on tight, cuz we are in for an onslaught of great new games over the next few months!
This week’s featured games include:
* The latest Unreal Engine powered game, Horn.
* The unique and immersive adventure, The Walking Dead.
* The latest chapter in the Eternity Warriors saga, Eternity Warriors 2.
Last week, I posted up on Trigger Fist. Currently my favorite shooter, maybe of all time! So simple of an idea, really--create realistic 3-D combat settings, throw in a sacred goat and a team of highly skilled unfriendlies, and voila--simulated combat bliss! But alas, a miscue in the recent update has been causing problems, especially in terms of saving progress, Game Center stats and app crashes. So I thought I better post up on the current fix.
Welcome to my weekly recap here at iPhone Life. Each week I take a look back at some of the top stories in the world of iOS that made headlines.
• When will the new iPad mini be released? Sources suggest at least a month after the iPhone 5.
• Apple vs Samsung: The jury is back, the verdict is in!
• Huge, free updates: Facebook gets a major overhaul, Gameloft's update to Order and Chaos brings great new features and Angry Birds: Space adds 20 new levels!
Wannabat, a newly launched game from Vitusoft, has its bases covered. This one-on-one 3D baseball game practically oozes personality, and it won’t take a sports buff to find themselves hooked on hitting homeruns.
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