Tim Schaefer’s pitch for Broken Age received a great deal of attention and set off a Kickstarter revolution when it managed to raise $3 million for development in 2012. The final product had to be released in two parts, and with the launch of part two, Broken Age is finally a whole adventure game instead of “Episode One” and “Episode Two.”
Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0 lets you goof around with 60 Disney-brand characters (including Marvel heroes) in a sandbox environment. iOS devices have been in on the fun for some time now, but now Android users can finally join in via a free app download on Google Play.
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Why did The Hulk cross the road? Because nobody was going to tell him he couldn’t. A clever parody video crosses the antics of Marvel’s best with the endless road-hopping action of Crossy Road. One thing’s for sure: When you’re huge, green, and capable of stopping trains with your pinkie finger, you don’t need to bother with crosswalks.
Another day, another Flappy Bird clone. However, The Legend of Zeldo: Lonk’s Awakening DX has something a little different on tap. There’s the parody element, of course, but players also get to select a potentially life-saving item with every few gates they clear. According to Touch Arcade, it’s a strangely compelling experience.
The fairy in a bottle allows you to survive hitting one gate, the Windwaker wand flips gravity, and the Ocarina gives you a button on the side of the screen you can hit to play it. There’s a bunch of other items, and I’m at a loss as to what most of them even do.