Buzz Aldrin’s Space Program Manager puts you in charge of the Space Race phenomenon that swallowed up the ’50s and ’60s. Your aim is to land on Luna, either as a member of NASA or the Soviet Space Agency. According to 148Apps, Buzz Aldrin’s Space Program Manager is packed with content, but it’s on the slow side.
[Y]our sense of enjoyment is mostly going to come down to how much you’re excited by space. Buzz Aldrin’s Space Program Manager isn’t a great management game but it does offer a theme that few other titles can provide. For that reason alone, it might just about be worth that asking price.
Patchmania is a puzzle game that’s all about what rabbits do best (besides making more rabbits): Stealing and scarfing vegetables. According to Gamezebo’s review, the game is fun, adorable, and overall a good debut for indie team Little Details.
There’s a surprising amount of challenge to be had in the hundreds of levels that are included in the base game, but with easily undone moves and no timer in place, the mood is always contemplative, laid back, and family-friendly.
Are you a fan of Sky Streaker, the endless-climbing game by Cartoon Network that’s based on the World of Gumball? Touch Tap Play! has some tips that will help you stay in a state of shame for as long as possible, thus allowing you to drive up your high score.
Via Touch Tap Play!
There’s no drought of word games on the App Store, but Four Letters is a bit different. You’re presented with a mere four letters with which to make words within a time limit. No frills, no tricks. As Pocket Gamer’s review points out, the simple premise makes for an addicting experience.
This is quick fire wordplay at its very best, and it won’t cost you anything to download it and give it a go.
Via Pocket Gamer