Mobile Linebacker puts you in the defense line of football as a linebacker. The developer guys at VIVA! Vision Inc. and VODA digital LLC probably figured that kids nowadays are woosies and should learn to catch some hits. After all, offense is just a matter of having guts; defense is all about being a real man and fighting ’til the end!
The game includes about 20 new plays, and was developed in collaboration with some kings of defense such as Joe Tafoya of the Arizone Cardinals, Chike Okeafor of the San Francisco 49ers and Running Back Kerry Carter of the Seattle Seahawks amongst others.
Idyllic might sound a bit very idyllic for an iPhone game, even though it sure looks idyllic from the info and first media of the game. The game wants you to put on your jumping shoes to start jumping around in the idyllic world of the game to collect coins that allow you to upgrade. While jumping you need to defeat monsters that are trying to stop you. As you grow stronger, the world starts to evolve, the music idyllically changes and in turn makes the game even more… idyllic. Fatcow Games promises that the game’s concept is fresh and new, and that it should make the boarder that divides casual gamers from hardcore gamers even thinner. The game is due to appear in the App Store on September 22nd for both iOS devices.
Many mobile gamers still fancy Flipping burgers and a twist of strategy added to it, which is why G5 Entertainment released its third installment of the Stand O’Food series in the App Store for both iOS devices and the Androids. Ronnie the Chef is back in his Stand O’Food chain in Tinseltown where he meets Mr. Clarence and Nikki with whom he hooks up to tackle the evil Mr. Torg. Let’s see if your burger flippin’ skills are good enough to flip this troublesome douche! Stand O’Food 3 is now available for iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad.
If there’s one game due for release this fall we easily got excited about, it must definitely be Shadowgun. The fine folks over at Madfinger Games announced that their much anticipated iPhone and iPad game is set for release in the App Store this September 28th. Shadowgun caught the attention of many mobile gamers at E3 and Gamescom when it first became clear how good the graphics are in the game. Take a look at the screenshots yourself, and you’ll immediately see that this game almost looks as good as a coneosle game.
Not only the graphics make this a much promising game, its unique concept that combines third person action with tactical combat will most likely also make us fall in love with the game. You play the role of John Slade who’s on a mission to hunt down Dr. Edgar Simon, a geneticist who used to work for the evil Toltech Enterprises corporations. The game’s story takes place in the year 2350, which means that you’ll come across a lot of futuristic, scary looking mutants, cyborgs and other space litter with some life in it.
The iPhone has the hardware and all the power necessary to compete with the best of portable gaming solutions. Unfortunately, with tiny speakers, no buttons and only semi-precise touch controls, it leaves something to be desired. Invest a few dollars in something other than the latest app, and you can make your iPhone or iPad a gaming, organization and all-around omnipotent powerhouse. Read the rest of this entry »
Dutch iPhone game developer Two Tribes, known from franchises like Toki Tori, is currently working with Ronimo Games and Chillingo (EA) on the iPhone and iPad version of the indie hit Swords & Soldiers. The game is a “globe-trotting” single player campaign game with plenty of Vikings, Aztecs, Chinese and other dangerous types of people combined with cool weapons, skills that you can learn and funny dialogue. The game will also boast a fully featured multiplayer mode for those of you who have friends with an iPhone or iPad. Unfortunately there’s no specific release date for the game yet.
This Summer, BulkyPix will be releasing a colorful new Pacman-like game for iPhone entitled Fruity Jelly. Story of the game? A village filled with sweet jellies has been destroyed, and you of course need to be the hero who saves the day. By eating all the fruit in the mazes, you can help the jellies find peace again. The game will use the gyrosensors of the iPhone or iPad you’re gaming on for the controls. The game will support login through OpenFeint, and will contain achievements for the achievementwhores out there. After its release, Fruit Jelly will be getting new levels and other extra’s through updates.
Thingy Blox for the iPad is certainly going to be one of the next hit games. Being just released June 9th 2011, this game is already making a name for itself. It will certainly take up hours of your time. It is a fun game that you will be able to play by yourself or with friends. Play all the different modes to find new ways to challenge yourself and others.
FDG Entertainment has really come up with a new twist on what at first seems to be a familiar game play. It may remind you of other games that you have played so this will help you understand the basic concept. However, when you begin to play Thingy Blox you will quickly see that you have never played a game like this before. It is very easy to play, yet; if you feel that you do need to read through the instructions they are offered at the beginning of the game. But since this is such a simple game to quickly understand the concept, don’t waste your time reading the instructions. Those are valuable minutes you could be using to play the game. This is one of those simple but yet very addicting games that will be sweeping across the nation by the end of the month. Read the rest of this entry »
Ok, I’m not gonna beat around the bush here…this game is weird. W-E-I-R-D. The concept is seriously just kinda out there, but as most good iPhone games go, this thing will just pull you in. Save Toshi DX is really just a great game for throwing on some headphones, zoning out, blasting the music, and saving the small asian girl time and time again… Read the rest of this entry »
The great thing about iPhone or iPad games is that there are so many to choose from. The bad thing about iPhone or iPad games is that there are so many to choose from. Many claim to be fun and claim to provide hours of entertainment, only to disappoint once they are downloaded. That is not the case with Nyan Cat: Lost in Space, however, consider yourself warned this game is very addictive. You may even find yourself singing along with the theme song in no time at all.
Nyan Cat: Lost in Space is basically a simple came of a cat flying through space collecting as much food as possible. But once you start playing you will see that there is much more to it than that. You are able to gather different tools that will assist you to collecting food faster or more efficiently. Read the rest of this entry »