For the first time ever, the hovercraft racing game AG Drive is on sale. It’s $1.99, down from $3.99. If you like a good old fashion zero-G racer, this is a good buy.
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Flicking games come and go, and the good ones are worth playing, especially when they’re free. Such is the case with Baller Legends, a game that has you flick basketballs into the hoop. From 148Apps’s 3.5 star review:
Baller Legends is consistently simple but for the score chaser, it’s a pretty fun ride. At least for a little while.
Does a ragdoll Spider-Man game sound like a good time to you? If so, you’ll want to check out Hanger World, a game Touch Arcade found good enough to award 4.5 out of 5 stars. From the review:
So yeah, you’re
probablygonna lose some limbs along the way. That’s okay, though, because it’s part of the charm of the game. Each level is packed with all kinds of hazards, from saws and propellers to lasers and giant mouth monsters. Catch one at the wrong angle (or any angle), and you can say goodbye to the bottom half of your right leg. It can be pretty hilarious seeing your poor little dude frantically swinging to the exit with not much more than an arm or two, but it’s also kind of a clever life system, with body parts standing in for hearts (which, I realize, is also technically a body part). It’s kind of like reverse hangman in that way, since you’re subtracting parts with every mistake instead of adding them. (Also, different type of hanging.)
Via Touch Arcade
Time is limited, especially for iOS gaming, a scene that’s been overflowing with awesome games for years now. We’re always on the lookout for the best of the best, and that job just became a little easier, thanks to Pocket Gamer’s rundown of July’s top games. Here’s the list, but click through for details.
- Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch – Tyranid Invasion
- Warhammer: Arcane Magic
- Cally’s Caves 3
- To-Fu Fury
- This War of Mine
- Don’t Starve: Pocket Edition
- Operation Dracula
- Magic Duels: Origins
If you like swipey puzzle games, you probably love (or would love) Furdemption, a game about pushing things around and avoiding a fiery death as you guide a bunny through levels. The game is about to get more of those levels in a free update heading our way soon. From Gamezebo:
Furdemption’s 40 new levels continue to force you to think on your feet. Your offensive options are limited, so you need to use the bubbling environment to your advantage. That means ducking in and out of brand-new rabbit holes, luring enemies into sawblades, and / or antagonizing the Reaper so that he cuts your foes down for you.
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For the first time since release, this game of thwarting a gentleman thief is free to download. Basically, the titular villain is trying to make off with stolen goods, so it’s up to you to drop things on his head to stop him. It’s a cute game that’s worth a download, especially if it won’t set you back anything.
The game isn’t new, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth a look. In this game, you throw caution to the wind and help a poor stickman try to dive off a cliff without crashing horribly into something — a task that’s easier said than done. Watch Lonnie give it a shot above.
The game you never knew you needed on your phone is here: MMX Racing Featuring WWE. It has monster trucks and it has WWE stars and it’s free. What more do you need? From the App Store description:
SCREEN-BUSTING TRUCKS If we made the trucks any bigger, they wouldn’t fit in!
NERVE-SHREDDING RACES Blank out your opponent, nail your start and focus on the finish line. It’s going to be tight!
UNIQUE GAMEPLAY No gear-changes in sight! Launch your truck over huge jumps, timing your throttle action to perfection to stop things getting out-of-control.
Via Touch Arcade
How do you make the droll sport of golf a little more fun for the modern gamer? By putting an element of danger into it, of course. That’s exactly what you get in Battle Golf, a game Pocket Gamer enjoyed quite a bit. From the 7 out of 10 review:
Two-player is where the real fun is, though. You and an opponent use a single device, in a first-to-five battle. If you’re feeling devious, you can smack your rival in the head with a ball, giving you precious seconds alone to score a point.
How many times do you need to hear that Prune is a great game? Let’s just say that it never gets old. 148Apps is the latest site to ring in on the universally adored game, and (drumroll, please) they like it. From the 4.5 out of 5 star review:
Prune is a unique experience that is absolutely worth checking out because it’s special in all of the ways that most other games usually aren’t. It isn’t terribly long, and sometimes it can be a little frustrating to re-grow trees on some challenging levels, but the way it visually explores and unfolds narrative is amazing. This alone makes it a must play.
Low-flying futuristic jet obstacle courses haven’t caught on in the real world, but that’s basically what you’re in for if you play Breakneck, a game that’s all about going fast and collecting goodies. It’s out now in Australia, and coming soon to the West. Watch Lonnie give it a go in the video above.
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