Posts Tagged ‘iOS’
The Moment You Have Been Waiting For, Plants Vs Zombies 2
Last Updated on Wednesday, 8 May 2013 04:07 Written by Laddie13 Wednesday, 8 May 2013 04:07
Plants Vs Zombies was a phenom with the casual and hardcore gamer alike.The game first attacked the PC and Mac crowd before the zombie invasion took over our iOS devices and soon spread to every console and gaming device known to humans. Now PopCap games has finally revealed that a sequel is set to be unleashed in July.
Not much is known about the sequel to the tower defense game but the title even pokes fun about the long wait, Plants Vs Zombies 2: It’s About Time. Hit the break for PopCap’s teaser trailer for Plants Vs Zombies 2: It’s About Time. Read more: The Moment You Have Been Waiting For, Plants Vs Zombies 2
Angry Birds Friends From Facebook To iOS And Android
Last Updated on Wednesday, 1 May 2013 03:47 Written by Laddie13 Wednesday, 1 May 2013 03:47
Angry Birds Friends crashes onto Apple and Android devices, Thursday May 2. Fans of Facebook games might already be familiar with the social version of Rovio’s Angry Birds, as it appeared as a Facebook app last year.
Play against your friends in a competitive version of Angry Birds with a familiar style of gameplay fans have come to love. Rovio added a series of power ups designed to give Angry Birds Friends a bit of variation from the original games. However, all of your favorite birds return from previous titles, with the exception of the Mighty Eagle.
In game social currency is called Bird Coins and you earn them from defeating your friends in four different competitive modes. It is also believed that more Bird Coins can be bought through micro-transactions in app.
Get Angry Birds Friends this week at the Apple App Store and all Android App retailers and join your friends in bird flinging fun.
There’s Atomic Robo: Violent Science To Do On iOS
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 08:35 Written by Laddie13 Wednesday, 27 February 2013 08:35
Atomic Robo Violent Science is the upcoming action-platformer game developed by Second Fiction. Look for the game to be first released on iOS devices with upcoming versions for Windows Surface and Android following.
Based on an episodic Graphic Novel called Atomic Robo, Violent Science is a culmination of the best features from classic retro platformers and the fast paced action running of Temple Run. Designed with Atomic Robo fans in mind but hoping to reach a new audience of gamers who enjoy a challenging mobile experience as well.
The story behind Violent Science revolves around Robo and his team of Action Scientists. Robo’s enemy Baron Von Helsingard, or Helsie for short is looking for an item of immense power. Robo must find it first in this comic adventure that will see our hero outsmart Helsie and lead him on a path of Violent Science.
Violent Science features a comic-style interface that allows the player access to 5 worlds spanning through 15 different levels. Upgrade your Robo and Action Scientist abilities such as the “Science Rifle” shot and “electro-magnetism” to collect in-game currency and power orbs. Users may also create a customized experience with in-game options and the “Play Mobi” feature to challenge friends and see where they rate on the leaderboard. Read more: There’s Atomic Robo: Violent Science To Do On iOS
Mew-Genics Not Your typical Cute Cat Game
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 February 2013 04:27 Written by Laddie13 Tuesday, 26 February 2013 04:27
Let’s face it, we’re all just one step away from being a crazy cat lady. However if you are not ready to own up to it or you suffer from allergies, Team Meat, the makers of the quirky goodness that was Super Meat Boy is bringing a cat lady simulator to life. Mew-Genics will be released to Steam, iOS and Android sometime this year.
Creator Edmund McMillen describes Mew-Genics as blending together elements of, “The Sims and Pokemon with a sprinkling of Animal Crossing and a dash of Tamagotchi.” Don’t let that fool you though, Mew-Genics is at times as sad and tragic as, well, a crazy cat lady.
It all begins with a cat that is unfrozen from its “cryo-cube” state and paired with another for the purposes of mating. Unfortunately, the unthawed cat attacks the other cat while it’s eating and from that moment he associates food with fear and tragically starves to death in an attic.
A narcoleptic stray cat is then brought in and successfully impregnated the cat. An interesting dynamic to the game is that kittens often inherit traits from their parents that will result in failure or success of certain missions. Sadly, two of the kittens inherit the narcolepsy causing one to lose a kitty beauty pageant as a result.
Once the stray cat runs away it is discovered it has infected the unthawed cat with feline aids and since treatments are expensive, the cat is once again placed in its Cryo-cube state. If you choose, there are some missions you can do for a doctor that will help find a cure. The game ends with you, the player being arrested by animal control. Read more: Mew-Genics Not Your typical Cute Cat Game