Big Game Night: Battle Fleet 2, Zombie Commando, and More

As always, Wednesday is Big Game Night on the App Store. That means this week’s biggest games are set to hit the App Store at 11 p.m. Eastern time, including titles from a number of popular genres. Take a look below and plan your downloads now.

Battle Fleet 2: WW2 in the Pacific

In this strategy game for iPad, you have granular command over a fleet of WW2-era warships. That means you select your ships, outfit them with the weaponry you see fit, and tell them exactly where to go and how to shoot their ballistics. Sounds like fun for detail-oriented types.

Price: $4.99
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Castle Doombad: Free to Slay

We were huge fans of Castle Doombad, giving it a 4/4 in our review. So we’re pleased to see that the game is now going free to play, or “slay” as the case may be. Read our review, and then don’t hesitate to download this game. We just hope they keep it worth playing now that they’ve changed the pricing model.

Price: Free
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daWindci Deluxe

Despite having one of the worst titles imaginable, daWindci Deluxe looks like it might be worthy of attention. Basically, you paint wind, hurricanes, and ligtning on the screen to navigate a hot air balloon between obstacles.

Price: $2.99
App Store Link

Red Ball 4

This illustrious line of iOS platformers dates back to the humble beginnings of the App Store. We’re fans of the series, so we have high expectations for this newest installment.

Price: $0.99
App Store Link

Zombie Commando

Everyone loves retro pixely graphics and zombies, which means this game will have wide appeal. Zombie Commando has you assemble a team of eight fighters and have them blast through zombie hordes all around the world. What more do you want from an apocalyptic game?

Price: $1.99
App Store Link

  • D79

    A weaker week compared to the last few weeks.

    “Zombie Commando” is developed by Hong Kong-based Pixel Nuts Games and published by BulkyPix.

    Speaking of Bulkypix games, Ranch Online (long overdue tie-in game to the French animated series “The Ranch” co-developed with DigiWorks Digital Entertainment) is out now.

  • anonymous

    Yeah, a little bit weak, but I still have enough other games waiting for me…