In this last chapter of the Five Nights at Freddy’s original story, you must once again defend yourself against Freddy Fazbear, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, and even worse things that lurk in the shadows. Playing as a child whose role is yet unknown, you must safeguard yourself until 6am by watching the doors, as well as warding off unwanted creatures that may venture into your closet or onto the bed behind you.
The Cally’s Caves series has improved considerably with each instalment, and the third entry ranks as one of the best platformers on mobile. It looks good, it sounds great, and most importantly, the game’s controls are sharp and won’t trip you up. There are also tons of weapons to collect and master, which adds a sense of fun and customization that’s unmatched by other mobile platformers.
And, hey! It’s free! Though additional content is available for purchase if you like what’s on tap, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t.
Many thanks to Mucho Party for sponsoring Slide To Play this week.
Mucho Party is a local multiplayer party game that now includes 40 mini games. Bud don’t fret if it’s a party of one — Mucho Party includes three different AI levels for single play. The mini games includes in each round can be chosen in 6 different ways ensuring lots of variety or allowing the players to pick their favorite mini games.
This latest update also takes the game to free to download allowing players to try before they buy. Five of the 40 games are included for free with the other 35 easily unlocked via one single in-app purchase.
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If you’re into the whole Frogger/Crossy Road style of gameplay, then you’ll want to check out Cube Jump. It’s actually a lot more perilous than Crossy Road, because each time you jump you risk falling into the darkness of unknown and having to start again from scratch. Check it out in the video above.
The silly RPG Doom & Destiny Advanced has hit the App Store at the surprisingly low price of $0.99. Watch the trailer above, read the description below, and buy it if it sounds like your kind of game.
* 15 hours of brand new comical and ever-expanding storyline!
* Huge world to explore filled with secrets, fun lore and crazy monsters!
* Full freedom of hero’s stats customization at each level up!
* 15 Classes (and more to come!) to change the role of each nerd: from wizard to sorcerer, from thief to cook!
* 22 Cosplays! Change your hero’s outfit!
* Dynamic turn based combat with mid turn reaction and counter attacks!
* 150+ Special Powers!
* 200+ Mean Monsters!
* 500+ Locations!
* 60.000+ Words of Text!
* Online cross-platform PvP and Co-op! Summon your friends’s party to fight with or against them!
* Exploding chickens;
* Nerds never die 😀
If you loved Monsters Ate My Condo as much as we did, you’re going to be jazzed to hear that Adult Swim has announced a sequel called Monsters Ate My Metropolis. Only instead of a match-three game, it’s a card battler. From Pocket Gamer:
The Monsters have progressed from eating condos to leveling entire cities, and to do so, you build a deck of powerful attacks, buffs, and other abilities. Each monster has unique perks as well, ranging from increased damage to earning more tokens.
Do you like your shooters to be of the “bullet hell” variety? Do you like swarms of lasers and bullets flocking across the screen as you try madly to dodge them while taking out the enemies? Operation Dracula may be your kind of game. From 148Apps’s 4 out of 5 star review:
Controls are simple though, with you dragging a ship around with your finger, and a double tap on the screen unleashing a special move. As is customary for the genre, the trick here is to learn the patterns of attack and to react accordingly. At times it can be a little frustrating (even on ‘easy’ mode), but OPERATION DRACULA’s over the top colorful nature will endear you towards what’s here.
Don’t expect to complete OPERATION DRACULA any time soon, if ever, but do expect to enjoy the ride.
Polygonal racers are rarely this fun, says Gamezebo in their 4 out of 5 star review of Race the Sun, a game that was recently ported over from consoles and PC.
Race the Sun is a surprising little racing game that will sink its hook in you for quite some time. Don’t let the visual presentation deter you from this one, trust me (and the game’s popularity on other platforms): Race the Sun is a blast to play with.
Are you playing Angry Birds 2? You probably are, or at least you probably tried it. If not, what are you waiting for? Lonnie decided to take a look at the game and offer some insightful (and, let’s be honest, some [charmingly] rambling) comments about it. Check it out above.
Driving game Horizon Chase should be out later this month, and going by its trailer, it’s a real looker.
The visuals seem to be striking a balance between paying tribute to retro games and keeping something of a modern feel. Three dimensions will likely make this feel better than the two dimensional games.
Angry Birds 2 has come under fire for randomizing levels, perhaps to keep players from forming any strategies and thus forcing them to try again and again, spending more money in the process. But Jared Nelson from Touch Arcade argues the Angry Birds series has always had an element of randomness to it.
The original Angry Birds games were hilariously random. The physics engine was wonky as hell, and you could fire a bird along the exact same trajectory at the exact same speeds ten different times in a row and end up with ten different outcomes. It was not this exacting puzzle game people seem to remember it as, rather it was a totally random crapshoot.
According to Gamezebo’s review, Battle Golf is based on an epic idea, but the execution is just too simplistic.
Unless you’re some sort of automaton, you’re going to get tired of Battle Golf relatively quickly. There is nothing to unlock, nothing to play towards beyond beating your own score, and nothing extra to do beyond removing the ads from the game, which are sadly the only bit of visual variation that you’ll find in Battle Golf.
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Crescent Moon Games is giving you the chance to be a pretty prince of the forest this September. That’s when The Deer God makes the leap from PC to iOS.
Crescent Moon Games has confirmed that The Deer God is “coming out in September on iOS – and will follow probably a month later on Android devices.”
Definitely one to watch. We’ll keep you posted.
The Angry Birds already spent a little time in Sonic Dash’s neighborhood, and now the hedgehog is planning a visit on the birds’ home turf in Angry Birds Epic.
At Respawn in Cologne Ellen Lyse Einarsen, the Project Lead at Angry Birds Epic developer Chimera, explained that Sonic would be stopping by in their game in the coming month.
The next free update will include a special Sonic Dash-themed map, complete with loop-the-loops and other Sonic The Hedgehog style paraphernalia.
Top-notch strategy title Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is on sale for $6.99 USD. That’s 50% off its usual price of $13.99 USD. The sale runs through August 18, so you have some time to think about whether or not to grab it. Don’t dawdle, though. There’s a war on.
I can’t believe it, Lonnie actually starts this video without his signature squeaky sign-on “Hi, YouTube!” Once you get past the novelty of that, you can check out him checking out Prune, the gorgeous game about trimming trees so they grow into the light.
If you’re a fan of spheres, gravity, and side-scrolling platformers, you’ll be pleased to know that a great-looking one is heading your way sometime next month. Watch the trailer above for a look at Astrå.
We all love a good endless runner now and again, and Race the Sun is exactly that — except with flying. It may start off kind of bare-bones and slow, but once you start unlocking stuff it picks up big time. From 148Apps’s 4-star review:
I honestly wasn’t having much fun with Race the Sun at first, but I’m glad I stuck with it. Things really open up once you start to unlock features that, honestly, should’ve probably been enabled from the start. Still, once you get going it’s difficult to stop.
Everyone’s had a chance to dig into the sequel to the most famous mobile game of all time by this point, and the reviews are overwhelmingly positive… you know, despite the usual nags of the free-to-play formula. From Gamezebo’s 3.5 star review:
Angry Birds 2 is a free download, so there’s nothing to be lost by giving it a try. But given how little its gameplay varies from classic Angry Birds, you might be better off paying a bit of money to grab the first game. It might seem a little bare-bones in this day and age, but “bare bones” means no lives or level timers. It’s just you, pigs, and physics. Just the way the Mighty Eagle always intended for things to be.
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