If you like your games to sport gorgeous audio and visuals, you’ll probably want to take a gander at Adventures of Poco Eco: Lost Sounds, which Pocket Gamer scored an impressive 9 out of 10 in their review.
Levels mainly play out like little puzzles. There are buttons to push that rearrange the scenery, and amps to find that unlock even more buttons.
It’s all delightfully sedate, and there’s a chilled out vibe that permeates everything. Some might find the hand-holding a little too tight, but in a way that’s the whole point: you’re here to see and do rather than fathom.
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Jump scares aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, but if that’s the brand you dig, you’ll definitely want to check out Five Nights at Freddy’s 3, a game about being stalked by a horrifying teddy bear. iOS gaming YouTuber Lonnie has posted a video of the game in action, so check it out.
Are you playing the surveillance game TouchTone? Are you struggling with some of the puzzles? If so, check out these walkthroughs Pocket Gamer has posted. Here’s the first one, which covers levels 1 – 29, and here’s the second, covering 30 – 53.
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A new review has rolled in for Magenta Arcade, the game of directing streams of bullets with your finger — and also avoiding streams of bullets by dodging and removing your finger from the screen. 148Apps gives the game 4 out of 5 stars in their review.
So, where does Magenta Arcade stand out most of all? By what happens when you release your finger’s hold on the screen. Your ship vanishes and is safe from all attack, until you put your finger back on screen and unleash some damage. This method of ducking in and out of combat sounds like something that should make the game far too easy, but it doesn’t. Instead, it’s fairly well balanced and remains quite challenging.