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SICK, SICK, SICK!!!
AMAZING, AMAZING and AMAZING!
I can't say enough great things about this newly released iOS game, which currently holds the title of the App Store's Game Of The Week. This will certainly be a top, best-seller in no time flat!
Juggernaut. The Revenge Of Sovering.
Available for FREE in the App Store.
Juggernaut: The Revenge Of Sovering is the newest, noteworthy turn-based RPG to hit the App store. This game debuted last week to rave reviews and has become an instant hit, with it's stunning graphics, beautifully illustrated cut-scenes, and innovative twists on the turn-based gaming genre.
For those that enjoy a multi-player game where you can challenge others around the world; then Haypi Dragon is the perfect game for you! This role playing game allows you to play against other dragons while working towards the ultimate goal of being the best in the world. After all; you want your Haypi Dragon to be the one to beat!
Tower Raiders 2 Gold is a standard tower building app that adds a few different twists. The overall goal is to protect the crystals from enemies that try to follow the trail directly to them. Your army has a variety of different defensive weapons that can be purchased to kill any threat that travels down this path. However, there are additional features and weapons that can be unlocked as you continue through the game.
To start; when you initially get onto the main menu, you can either “Play Now” or choose from “Options”. The options allows you to configure the sound, recycling settings for new games, and a chance to access the forums where other players are discussing issues and concerns. This is very helpful when trying to win.
Because of the Luxor franchise, one of my favorite iOS marble poppers was pulled from the App Store. A couple of years have passed and I’ve apparently forgotten my mental ban of the company that publishes the games, because here I am reviewing the latest installment of this long running series. Thankfully the game has gotten substantially better than the first go around, so I guess I’ll let bygones be bygones (especially since the game I liked will probably never see the light of day again). I’m still not sure I like this quite as much as my current favorite in the genre, Sparkle, but it certainly is a fun and frantic romp.
Cannibal cookout is a fun cooking based game with a disturbing, yet funny, twist. Rather than cooking with normal materials like many other cooking apps, you are a cannibal so you cook with other creatures. The main game play screen has a large pot with boiling water in the middle, fire underneath and some trees and bushes in the background. To beat each level you need to cook enough of the creatures to satisfy your character.
To cook one of these creatures you simply tap it and drag it into the boiling water where it will sit for a moment before going into your hunger meter to fill you up. While they are in the boiling water they have sad little voice bubbles which say, “AHHHH” and “OUCH” which while dark still manages to be cute.
Looks like one worth taking a look at soon. Anyway, only 99 pennies for a limited time, so might want to grab it now. Check out the YT demo, and/or read on for full PR brief on the newly minted My Little Hero for iOS!
Do you ever consider what iPhone or iPad would be without the App store? Seriously think about it...? iOS is great, sure, but would get boring in a hurry without the awesome apps and games. Games that developers create, slaving for weeks/months over details most of us would consider a form of insanity, to bring us the very best in mobile entertainment for a price under 5 bucks! What if, like in early computer days, we had to write our own apps?! I got a taste of what that might be like. I say a taste, because though I write scripts to do my job, neither coding nor computer graphics are activities I claim to be able to do well. To make a game for iOS, I would need a lot of help. Sketch Nation Studio certainly helped, but the result is well, laughable in my case!
I’m sure before you even clicked on the link to read this review you thought to yourself “do I really need another dual stick shooter?” After spending some time with the game I’m thinking the answer to that question is “quite possibly”. Now I’m not going to try and tell you there’s a bunch of revolutionary stuff in Lock ‘N’ Load (though there are at least a couple of things that I don’t think I’ve seen before), but it is definitely a fun romp through an interesting land clearly inspired by B-grade horror films. I’d say that unless you’re really sick of this style of game play, Lock ‘N’ Load is worth some time to check out.
iMore has posted an article listing their selection of best iPhone/iPod touch games in 8 different categories: strategy, shooter, sports, casual, physics, action, role-playing, and racing. Most of the games also have a version for the iPad. The article highlights three top games in each category.
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