Halfbrick, the makers of Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride, and more, are set to release a new game on Thursday. It’s called Radical Rappelling, and it looks pretty rad. It’s available now on Android (right here), but iOS gamers will have to wait a couple of days. Watch the video above to get hyped.
Robble robble! Robbery Bob is returning in Robbery Bob: Double Trouble, a comedy stealth action game from Chillingo. AppSpy has a hands-on preview of Bob’s new antics.
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Mucho Party is a local multiplayer party game that now includes 40 mini games. Bud don’t fret if it’s a party of one — Mucho Party includes three different AI levels for single play. The mini games includes in each round can be chosen in 6 different ways ensuring lots of variety or allowing the players to pick their favorite mini games.
This latest update also takes the game to free to download allowing players to try before they buy. Five of the 40 games are included for free with the other 35 easily unlocked via one single in-app purchase.
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If you want a decent endless runner, you could do worse than download Cartoon Survivor, a game about a dodo bird trying not to die. From Pocket Gamer’s 6 out of 10 review:
There’s some fun to be had here, but the controls aren’t always up to the task, and the bite-sized levels become a little repetitive after you’ve played through a few of them.
Via Pocket Gamer
It’s not often mobile game developers let loose and do amazingly weird stuff with their trailers, but BeaverTap Games has gone ahead and done exactly that with its trailer for Move the Walls. It’s totally ’80s, dude.
If Mad Max: Fury Road got your blood pumping for some more apocalyptic car-on-car action, you’re in luck. Auroch Digital is working on a digital version of Games Workshop’s Dark Future miniatures-based board game. It’s called Dark Future: Blood Red States, and it’s coming to tablets (and other platforms) later this year.
Via Touch Arcade
Despicable Me’s little yellow minions work hard, so you should do whatever you can to make them happy in their new tropical home. AppSpy has some hands-on preview footage of EA’s upcoming island-builder, Minions Paradise. The game’s currently in soft-launch.
AppSpy’s video review of the retro-style sword-swinging platformer Sword of Xolan praises the game for its precise controls and hearty character, though the overall experience is reportedly a wee bit short.
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SYBO will be releasing their follow up to massive hit Subway Surfers on June 4. Swords of Brim is a similar game to Subway Surfers but set in a medieval world with power ups, weapons, and quests.
Fans of mobile JRPGs will definitely want to check out the debut trailer for Grand Sphere: The Queen of Destiny and the Dragon Knight, a game by the same studio that brought us Bravely Default (and will be bringing us Bravely Second). The trailer’s in Japanese and there’s no word on an English-language release, but that might change at some point.
Scott Cawthon’s horror indie game Five Nights at Freddy’s has remained one of the App Store’s consistently most popular apps since its introduction. People sure enjoy being scared by run-down animatronics, as Touch Arcade’s compilation of player reactions demonstrates.
Via Touch Arcade
If you thought the original physics basketball game Dude Perfect wasn’t quite, well, perfect, perhaps the sequel will change your mind? Watch Lonnie take the game for a spin above. Dude Perfect 2 has soft-launched in Canada and should make its way to the US soon.
What’s more fun than the act of creation? Utter destruction and chaos. The latest update for SimCity BuildIt now has a trailer that shows off three new disasters: Killer robots, a Tesla coil-induced lightning storm, and a tornado that doesn’t know when to quit. The update is available now.
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