Drakerider is more or less a game that requires minimal investment. It's a free title where you ride dragons around. Pretty basic stuff.
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.
In this action game, which is kind of an Infinity Blade clone in terms of visual presentation, you battle as Sir Lancelot trying to overcome a vengeful King Arthur. If you love knights & literary revisionism & have $7, go for this one.
Cool and fun game, made in a cartoon style, with a unique set of management and exciting missions. Excellent graphics, animation and game design in general, one can see how much effort has been invested in the creation of power applications. In the game, except for personal achievement is ranking among the total number of awards, everything in this Olympiad. You can always increase the speed or stamina of your character by buying it in the store a couple of things. His achievements can be shared with friends on social networks, and with them to take part in the race. So I advise everyone to take part in this competition and earn for my country several medals and cups.
From the beginning, the developers spread all his trump card on the table to lure colors and amazing level design, music, entering in resonance with the world. But diamond is just magic voiceover that just as we do not know what will happen in a moment, in response to each action in real time. Easy and intuitive, which is easy to get used to the first minutes of game play. Young studio Supergiant Games can be rightly taken as an example, even eminent developers. Their project is another proof, if dive into work, love it, you can achieve very significant heights without serious material resources.
Ski Safari is an amazing game which I got addicted to real soon real fast. The game is an infinite 2d runner(ski-er) and is a sure shot winner due to it's brilliant graphics, animations and fast-paced gameplay.
You also get various power-ups along the way including riding on penguins, Yetis, eagles, snow-motors, wolfs and more. The power-ups are iterative and that means they don't go away with one shot as with most of the games. You can also collect coins by which you can later purchase some really cool stuff. The game ends when you get buried under an avalanche which is chasing you from the start.
Overall, this game is a must buy for all the casual as well as the hardcore gamers.
Subway Surfer is a game which is heavily inspired from Temple Run but even with that factor playing on my mind, I am still consistently drawn towards it.
The game starts as you being a punk kid in a subway station spray painting one of the trains and a guard catches you while doing this which lays out the story of the infinite 3d-dash. The game is exciting and has a lot of eye-candy which in my opinion Temple Run lacks which makes Subway Surfer one of the best in its genre.
Outstanding RPG! The Kid is a great protagonist, and the various fighting styles keeps the gameplay fresh. Bastion's level design is the best I've ever seen in an iOS game.
I was always looking for a great strategy battle board game till I found Neuroshima Hex. This game is based on a old board game. Each player periodically draws from a deck of hexagonal cards called "tiles". The tiles are showing different army unit with which you have to destroy the army from the other players. Depending on which army you choose at the beginning they have different strength and weaknesses.
Well, Honestly... We would like this game cause we were the ones who created it so instead of blabbering out how great this game is, I will just stick to what you have to do in the game and let the other users be the judge of it.
The aim of Drop Out Adventures is to save Furries which are kinda like our damsels in distress by dropping them via the help of Boos who are more like our Heroes.
The Drop Out is a physics based puzzler where the user takes on the role of Boo to rescue squary furrie creatures. The game keeps on adding various twists by introducing new type of furries (Zombie, Robotic, Lazy, etc) and various elements (Moving Ground, Icy Ground, Motors, Bouncy blocks, etc) to keep the gameplay fresh and addictive.
You take the role of different Boos and use their abilities to aim and drop these cute Furries.
The game keeps on throwing new elements along the way to keep you hooked on. You will have to slip on the icy ground, Use Portal style teleporters, deflect with the help of bouncy objects or time your way through the motors to get to the good Furries. Not to mention the different types of Furries that will keep popping up, some of them are heavy and look like robots while some of them just laze around but the game's focus remains the same... Drop the good Furries while avoid the evil ones.
You will have to reach a certain number of points in each level to advance and those points are awarded to you whenever these cute Furries are dropped off the screen. Despite this simple logic, Drop Out succeeds in creating levels that are intriguing and are designed to either test your timing, logic, skill or force.
The game offers six different types of Boos which can be unlocked by gathering stars from the levels. There is no limitation on the types of Boo you can choose to complete the level but at the same time, It does cost more points to use a more powerful Boo.
One of the best boardgames ever translated to iOS - Stunning graphics, best controls and usability, just like the original board game.
A must have!
This game is for hardcore role playing gamers. As you can tell by the 18 dollar price tag, you're getting a bunch of content from the folks over at Square Enix when you buy this game. It's easy to get immersed in the action, thanks to the amazing art and lightning-quick gameplay. You might want to wait for it to go on sale, though.
Remember looking a lava lamp for the first time and thinking: that's pretty cool. Well with Gluey you now get to play with the blobs. And won't get burnt. But more then that, the game involves thinking - if you just randomly tap on the blobs, you will most like not do very well. And since the game plays differently each time, it certainly is addicting. Three modes of play, including Survival where you get to play as long as you can survive (think Tetris) make the game really fun and worth adding to your iPhone or iPad. As givemeapps.com said: "This is a different kind of app, and this surely gets points for that. It will keep you at the edge of your seat and scratching your head. If you're looking for a challenge, well by golly, this is it."
Although Real Racing 2 is pretty, it takes a while before you get to drive anything more exciting than an average Volkswagen or Volvo, so the first races are somewhat sluggish.
If you have enough patience, the game becomes more enjoyable as your 'career' progresses and you get to buy more expensive cars.
The multiplayer mode is pretty good too.
Rovio has once again awestruck us with the space version of the older title of Angry birds....The exact feel how one feels in space is felt. Amazing !
ou cannot let this go. Aircrafts has always been fascinating to us. Im always curious to know how a pilot flies how he lands. Here is a taste of the real world scenario inside a small app -flight control. Hours of intense fun.
I have always been a horror addict and zombies are all time favourites. This game is quite engrossing. When you know a mob of zombies are attacking your home you have no choice but to fight. Amazing look and feel.
Zombies, Run works out great for me. Keeps me on my toes all the time i run.