Probably NOT for kids...the goal is to rescue people from hanging to death. It's innovative and interesting, though.
Puzzle games are the tops, and Amp, Watts & Circuit comes with a fantastic online level editor. You can create and share levels with online players!
I love this game, the art is terrific, the characters can even be a bit funny sometimes, and its mobile turn based gaming at its best! Whether you are playing against your friend or against random folk online, this game will set your competitive spirit ablaze.
It can be really annoying however if you actually are playing against random people and you have to wait for them to make their turn... (hours? days?!) but if you have a good set of friends that enjoy this type of stuff then there is plenty of fun to be had here.
"Unique" is one of those adjective that is often overused and over time has lost its flavor (thank you marketing folk...) but while I was pondering how best to describe Triple Town the best thing that describes it is Unique.
It takes what puzzle mechanics people are already familiar with and revitalizes them with their very own "match 3" system. When you match 3 items they don't disappear... they form one large item, that then can be matched with 3 of its kind for a larger item... Add randomly spawning bears (Ninja Bears... >.
This game, as far as tower defense games go, takes the cake.
With great visuals, effects, mechanics, challenging levels and steep difficulty, you'll easily get several hours of enjoyment out of it.
I'm not a big tower defense player, but this one easily took hours of my time when I first picked it up. Most of the game's replayability comes from the later levels and playing them over and over figuring out the optimal combination of tower types, placement, upgrade path.
If you haven't played this game yet, and you're a fan of strategy game or tower defense games overall, you owe it to yourself to try it out!
Shouldn't be $2, sorry. However the game itself isn't all that bad. A decent obstacle-based game for fans of the show.
Seven More Minutes is a game (sort of) for grown-ups. Instead of doing repetitive tasks that give you carpal tunnel syndrome, the "game" challenges you to do sit-ups, start conversations with people, and more. The goal isn't to win the game, which is based on a TED Talk, but to hopefully increase your lifespan.
This latest version of Tetris is reborn for touch devices. With a new interaction model that gives visual hints of possible drop locations, and with a simple tap to drop, some might say some of the skill is removed from the game.
However what this new system allows is for more rapid play, and for the player to transcend into a new state of play where the long term strategy is easier to achieve by all skill levels.
Needless to say, it takes some getting used to if you've played much of the originals, but it quickly becomes a natural extension of game suitable for the device.
GuessWhat is a round-based, interactive game where you challenge friends to identify the objects in the photos you take. Really solid game.
I've played a lot of endless runners, but this one is one of the best so far. Beautiful graphics with some stunning effects and lots of enormous monsters to fight make it a cut above the rest.
Random Heroes game from Ravenous Games is a new platform created by the same guys that gave us such a great game like League of Evil and its sequel. Since this is a typical platform, the controls are also fairly standard. On the left are buttons to control movement (left and right), and the right - the attack button (A) and the jump button (B). Available in three different locations in which you have to keep fighting. At each location - about 10 levels and a boss battle at the end. Levels will consist of obstacles and enemies encountered on your way to the goal, and the goal - is blue door at the end, allow you to move on. In any case, it's a good game, you will like Random Heroes. The main thing is that the developers have continued the game and improve it as soon as possible.
Match-3 Puzzlers are, like almost every genre in the AppStore, a dime a dozen these days. However, like we’ve been seeing lately, the genre still has some new life in it. This time, Visual Dreams is taking the Match-3 gameplay a step further with their new release, Linkies, a Match-3 Puzzler with a strong emphasis on Physics-Based gameplay, and why no one has done this yet is beyond me as the two genres really do mix together extremely well.. Priced at $0.99 and being Universal, if you’re a fan of the genre, the physics-based mechanics definitely make Linkies stand out, and with the endless Blitz mode and 90 Story mode levels, there’s plenty of content to play through. Visual Dreams has definitely revived my love of Match-3 gameplay.
90 levels of pure fun! The art is cute, the controls are simple enough that my 4 year old niece can handle them and the gameplay is a nice mix to all the match 3 games out there.
Linkies seriously is 90 levels of puzzling fun. And it's a great game for kids because it has an environmental messaged - you clean up the Linkies' world after a robot spews radioactive waste.
With all their resources, you'd think Marvel wouldn't be so darn lazy about game design. This game is really an Infinity Blade clone. The gameplay is eerily similar, except you're The Hulk beating up monsters.