We weren’t running around E3 this year just for the fun of it. We were hard at work, bringing you previews of every game we could get our hands on. And if you like your previews in video form, look no further. Below you’ll find hands-on videos of the first few iPhone games we got a hold of, including Fifa and Madden 12 for iPad, a platformer called Blobster, a racer called DrawRace 2, a dream-like game called Contre Jour, and even an Xperia Play game. We still have more videos to upload, so check back soon for part two of our video roundup.
Love him or hate him, internet personality / YouTuber PewDiePie is certainly popular to warrant the creation of his own game. PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist is being worked on by Outerminds, and features pugs, sharks, barrels, and cameos from other popular Youtube reviewers. Look for it on mobile sometime in summer.
Via Pocket Gamer
Sky Punks is an endless running / racing game from Rovio Stars. Though most of its action is straightforward, it still has some areas wherein a bit of extra help might come in handy. Gamezebo’s guide for the game has you covered.
While Sky Punks is a pretty straightforward title with very little to differentiate it from other endless runners, the game still comes with a number of challenges, many of which can be solved with the Sky Punks Tips, Cheats, and Strategies that you’ll find here.
Amutus’ simplified BMX racer, Bike Rider, has seen massive success on mobile in Japan, as well as on the Nintendo 3DS. However, it hasn’t made much of an impact outside Japan. Amutus hopes to change that with its new trailer for the game, which stars Vine personalities Marcus and Cody Johns, and also features stop motion from Jethro Ames.
Skullduggery! is a physics / platforming game for mobile that stars a tax-collecting skull. Appropriately, ClutchPlay Games is updating the title on April 15 – just in time for the United States’ tax deadline (you filed yours, right?). The update includes a new set of levels, Village of the Scammed.
Via Touch Arcade