If any fans of Candy Crush Saga and Candy Crush Soda out there have run out of levels to play, that’s no longer a problem, thanks to new updates that bring additional content to both games. From Touch Arcade:
Candy Crush Saga has a new Crumbly Coast episode, where you’ll be playing through 15 new levels to help Harry the Big Foot get the cookies he so desperately desires. These new levels pushCandy Crush Saga up to a whopping 905 levels. One-tenth of the way there from angering Vegeta!
The follow-up game Candy Crush Soda Saga isn’t missing out on new levels, either. Its new Sodalicious Spa episode adds in 15 new levels for a total of 345. Both of these level packs come right at the end of each game, so they’re meant for the hardcore players who have gotten that far and need more to play.
Via Touch Arcade
A few weeks ago we posted a trailer for Party Hard, a murder simulator about a dude who’s fed up with the volume of his neighbor’s music and decides to go on a kill-crazy rampage. A new trailer that burrows further into the premise has hit the webs. Enjoy it if you’re into that sort of thing.
Pocket Gamer has reviewed Halo: Spartan Strike on iOS and found it to be a high caliber game worthy of a spot on just about anyone’s device. According to their 9 out of 10 review:
Halo: Spartan Strike is a slick twin-stick shooter that manages to feel like Halo in the palm of your hand. If you like your action deep-spacey, then it’s well worth a look.
Via Pocket Gamer
If you like your card games to beat the crap out of you, then we have the game for you. This installment of Chainsaw Warrior pits you against apocalyptical beasties and asks you to clear them out. 148Apps enjoyed the game, saying in their 4.5 out of 5 star review:
The ever-present Darkness is at it again, and it’s up to the gruff but loveably tenacious Chainsaw Warrior to stop the apocalypse for a second time. What’s different in Lords of the Night is that… well, actually, there’s a lot that’s different. You still get to agonize over there being too many cards in each deck and running out of time, though.