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Out Now: Unkilled the latest zombie FPS from Madfinger Games
We are back again: UNKILLED is the best-looking zombie shooter ever made for mobile devices.
NYC is the center of the world’s latest zombie outbreak. You are Joe, member of the anti-zombie unit WOLFPACK, a private military organization designed to find, track, and eliminate the zombie menace before it becomes global.
Posted September 3, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Out Now: Five Nights at Freddys 4
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.
Posted August 4, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Out Now: Race the Sun
You are a solar craft. The sun is your death timer. Hurtle towards the sunset at breakneck speed in a futile race against time. Delay the inevitable by catching energy boosts which reverse the setting sun – if only for a moment.
Race The Sun is inspired by arcade games of the past with a focus on highscores, short game sessions, and pure fun mingled with a nerve-wracking tension. The rules are simple: don’t crash, stay in the light, and don’t slow down!
Posted July 30, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Out Now: Nono Islands from Illusion Labs
Another great looking game from the folks at Illusion Labs. This time it’s a tile/maze puzzle treasure hunt game.
The creators of Mr. Crab have a new challenge for you, if you dare… Join the expedition to the Nono Islands on a quest for long lost treasures. But be aware, the islands are far from uninhabited! The treasures are heavily guarded by the Nonos and their army – the spiders, the sharks, the jumping skulls and many others. And if you in some way manage to get past them, the hidden traps will get you for sure. Good luck avoiding the spikes, flying darts, sawblades and boulders. Good luck, that’s all we can say. Good. Luck.
Posted July 8, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Out Now: The Executive
It’s an Executive’s responsibility to keep their company running like a well-oiled machine. It’s also their responsibility to hurricane-kick any werewolves that get too close to the building.
+ 120 levels, hand-crafted one pixel at a time. No randomly generated endless filler.
+ Dozens of abilities and skills to learn
+ Battle enemies and execute stunts in every level
+ Over 50 unique enemies, each with their own intelligence, strengths, and weaknesses
+ Invest in your mining company and earn money continuously
+ 12 Menacing bosses that will require your strategy and skill to defeat
+ Universal App: purchase it once, play forever on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
+ 12 Challenging achievements
+ High-definition “Retina” graphics for all supported devices, Retina HD graphics on iPhone 6+
Posted July 2, 2015 by Nadia Oxford
Out Now: Heroki
Sega’s gorgeous-looking flying / platformer game, Heroki, is ready for takeoff (that’s code for “ready to download on iOS”).
• 10+ hours of deep gameplay
• Explore four stunning worlds
• Meet and befriend a cast of friendly characters
• Face dozens of unique enemies and prepare for an epic boss battle
• Discover a host of islands within your village to play mini-games and side-quests to earn special rewards
• Game Center Achievements
• 60FPS performance with beautiful console-like graphics
• iCloud saving
Posted July 2, 2015 by Nadia Oxford
Out Now: Tales From Deep Space from Amazon Game Studios
Amazon has released another game from their internal game studios, Tales From Deep Space. This puzzle platformer / adventure has a lot of personality and looks fantastic. Worth the price, hell yes. But as we know, $6.99 can be a hard sell these days.
Posted June 25, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Play This: Transistor from Supergiant Games
Transistor, Supergiant Games’ spiritual successor to its 2011 masterpiece, Bastion, seemed to land on mobile out of nowhere. That’s kind of Supergiant Games’ style, though: When you’re not looking, it’ll come up behind you and say, “Hey, lookit here,” then hit you in the face with a masterpiece.
Transistor is a resource-heavy game — it won’t play nice unless you have 1.5 gigs of free space and an iPhone 5 / iPad 4 or above — but the price of admission is worth it. Like Bastion, you’re guided through a surreal, mysterious scenario by a disembodied voice. Unlike Bastion, however, Transistor carries a futuristic theme and elements of turn-based strategy.
Transistor’s story is engaging, its gameplay is deeply satisfying, and its soundtrack is sublime. Pretty much what you’d expect from Supergiant Games. What comes next? We can’t wait to see.
Posted June 15, 2015 by Nadia Oxford