Recommended games in Platformer
Two Brothers Take an Emotional Quest in Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons from 505 Games
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons from 505 Games is a 2013 console game released now as a Universal app for iOS. This is beautiful quest game where two brothers are trying to find answers in a beautiful 3D world. There’s a very emotional story in this game and it is amazingly well done. The console version got very high ratings and this mobile version does not disappoint.
Posted October 22, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Great Mobile Platformer Beggar’s Ride Magically Appears
It’s always nice to see a main character I can identify with. In Beggar’s Ride a fat old man with gray hair and a beard has gained magical powers via a discovered mask that allows vision and control of things normal mortals can not see. These special powers lead to solving special puzzles along the way. So, yeah, a puzzle platformer.
This is one of the more beautiful platformers on mobile — and that’s saying something. It’s a great sit down and play game, well worth picking up. Premium game with no IAP. Total lack of Jim Carrey is a bonus.
Posted October 21, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Touch Arcade Gives Dust: An Elysian Tail 5/5 - "one of the best games I've played on iOS this year"
Shaun Musgrave gives a glowing 5/5 to the recent release Dust: An Elysian Tail noting:
While I don’t think this version of the game is the one to beat, those who haven’t played Dust: An Elysian Tail before or simply want a portable version of the game will be well-served by this thoughtful port. If you primarily play games on your iOS device, this is an easy recommendation. It’s a substantial, enjoyable action-adventure game with superb visuals and a strong sense of style. The developer clearly took the needs of the platform into account, providing all kinds of options that make sense for mobile players, but without compromising an inch on the gameplay. This is one of the best games I’ve played on iOS this year, which I suppose is Shaun-speak for “go buy this game now, friends”.
Posted October 14, 2015 via Touch Arcade
Mos Speedrun 2 Review Gets Perfect 5/5 from Touch Arcade - "But Wait, There’s More"
Carter “3 1/2 stars” Dotson took a look at Mos Speedrun 2 over at Touch Arcade and gave it a full 5/5 stars.
Will you love Mos Speedrun 2? If you loved the Mikey games, you owe it to yourself to check this out, especially since the original Mos Speedrun was a fantastic game that heavily inspired that franchise. But this sequel is definitely more for the hardcore player who doesn’t mind repetition and the high level of challenge. This was a game I quit in frustration many, many times.
Posted October 7, 2015 via Touch Arcade
Out Now: Mountain Goat Mountain
Zynga’s Mountain Goat Mountain is an endless climbing game that puts you in the hooves of nature’s best athlete: The majestic mountain goat. Think you’re a good climber? Goat for it.
Always Be Climbing.
Mountain Goat Mountain is a fast arcade game, where you climb the highest and most treacherous mountain ever seen by a goat.
JUMP up the mountain. Jump up the mountain.. Jump up the mountain… you get the idea.
CLIMB to all new heights to show your friends that when the goating gets tough, you get goating.
DODGE lots of things that when falling will most likely squish you. Collect different Goat Hats to travel to different environments, including Arizona Desert, VR Voxels, and Winter Snowland.
Posted July 17, 2015 by Nadia Oxford
Out Now: Adventures of Pip
Adventures of Pip is a top-tier platforming game that’s all about evolving from a single pixel to a multi-pixel hero, and back again.
Adventures of Pip revitalizes the classic side-scrolling action platform genre. Pip — the ultimate digital underdog – is a lowly single pixel in a 32-bit world who proves that you can’t judge a hero by the fidelity of his shaders. During the game, Pip gains the ability to evolve and grow by absorbing pixels from his fallen foes. Those same pixels can then be used to blast through environment puzzles and enemies, devolving Pip back to a single pixel. Players will explore five stylized worlds and experience up to 10 hours of epic adventure saving Pip’s village from the evil Queen DeRezzia.
Posted July 3, 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