Big Game Night: Grand Prix Story, To-Fu 2, and More

It’s Wednesday night, when all of the week’s biggest iOS games come out to play. These games are now live on the New Zealand App Store, but when they hit the US App Store at 8pm Pacific/ 11pm Eastern tonight, you can click on these links to buy them before the rest of your friends.

Grand Prix Story

From Kairosoft, the makers of Game Dev Story, Hot Springs Story, and Mega Mall Story, comes yet another simulation/tycoon game. This one is set in the exciting world of professional racing, where you have to manage a team of drivers and mechanics. If it’s anything like the previous games, you won’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy this business-focused sim.

Price: $2.99 US

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Get ready by reading/watching: Game Dev Story review, Hot Springs Story review, Mega Mall Story review

To-Fu 2

To-Fu 2 is the sequel to To-Fu: The Trials of Chi, an action-platformer that we absolutely loved. In the sequel, To-Fu gets an extra hundred levels to beat, plus a time trial mode and new outfits in the game’s store. If you’re serious about your jumping tofu skills, To-Fu 2 seems like it’ll offer a huge challenge.

Price: $.99 US

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Get ready by reading/watching: To-Fu: The Trials of Chi review

Kate Arrow – Deserted Wood HD

Big Fish Games has been a leader when it comes to casual, story-based hidden object games. Their latest game, Kate Arrow, is an adventure where you have to return a mysterious idol to a secluded tribe in the rainforest. If you love hunting for items in a detailed image, download the free version and consider unlocking the full game through in-app purchase.

Price: Free

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Get ready by reading/watching: Drawn: The Painted Tower review, Nick Chase: A Detective Story review

Castle Clout

A lot of people have played Crush the Castle, and millions more have played Angry Birds, but Castle Clout wants you to know that they were around first. As a Flash game, Castle Clout has been played 35 million times, but now you can fire your trebuchet at flimsy medieval lean-tos right on your iOS device. After you finish all 150 levels, you can make your own, and share them with friends.

Price: $.99 US

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Get ready by reading/watching: Angry Birds review

Machinarium

It’s too bad this gorgeous-looking indie adventure game will only run on an iPad 2, because we’re sure there are lots of iPad 1 and iPhone owners out there who’d love to give this game a try. Using robot logic, you have to solve puzzles in a strange world full of storybook-style illustrations and weird mechanical characters. Even if you can’t run the iPad 2 app, you can always buy the game for the PC online.

Price: $4.99 US

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Get ready by reading/watching: Beneath a Steel Sky: Remastered review, City of Secrets review

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