Sometimes a title says it all. Sometimes the name of an iOS game gives you all the information you need to know to make an assumption about the quality of the game. It can give you an almost exact idea of how interesting, engaging, and exciting a game will be. All of that said, let’s have a look at Trucker: Parking Simulator. Will this title transcend the shackles of its name and provide a truly engaging and unique experience, or will it turn out to be as bland and boring as its moniker suggests?
Attention fans of Nikko RC cars! Nikko RC Racer lets you choose from and drive 10 actual RC cars. Have the game developers, Paladin Studios, brought back those childhood days of old? Or will you feel nothing for Nikko RC Racing?
CastleMine is a title that, upon first blush, looks like your run of the mill tower defense game. Instead of building your weaponry above ground, the strategy lies in a protective battlefield amidst the tunnels you dig in the dirt. Aside from that difference, what makes CastleMine stand out from the pack? Protecting a castle has never been more fun, and if you're expecting to put this puppy down after a few minutes, think again.
Some games make great use of the retro, pixelated look. And then some games use it as a gimmick without having any real substance to back up the stylized simplicity. Into which camp does Stephen O'Gorman's All Glory to the Pixel King fall?
Wednesday night is big game night for all of us iOS gaming nuts, and there are some cool new games launching tonight to look out for. Let’s take a look at what’s hitting the App Store around 11:00 PM EST.
Take one part endless runner, one part Ice Climbers, toss them in a tumbler with a nifty interface, good music and visual design, and you pretty much have Daddy Was a Thief. However, the resulting mixture is not exactly a finely crafted cocktail. It's more like something Homer would make for breakfast. Much like those moon waffles, Daddy Was a Thief offers a tasty first bite, but that's about all you can manage before it becomes a bit too much.
Whenever my editor doles out review assignments for the week, my crest falls anytime I see a game with the word “Runner” in the title hovering below my name in the email. Maybe I’m suffering from runner game exhaustion. Like anyone who has taken on a marathon, I’ve hit the wall when it comes to running games and not sure I can take another game where I have to jump and avoid things to make it as far as I can. Will Mr. Runner 2: The Masks save my from my exhaustion or give me a second wind enthusiasm for running games? Damned if I know. Let’s find out.
Crazy Monster Bowling has an all too knowing moniker, as the deluge of advertisements slathered throughout this game is absolutely annoying. The good news is it's a free download, and if you can train your eyes to focus on the actual bowling, then you may have a good enough time.
Gamers who devote a chunk of their time to the iOS universe may play their games on either their iPhone or iPad, and although that practice is fine and dandy with most titles, I suggest going the tablet route with Sid Meier's Ace Patrol. With all its intricacies and levels of immersion, this title was made for a wider screen, and as much as I love playing on a smartphone, sometimes bigger is better. It's no wonder that Mr. Meier, the mastermind behind the beloved Civilization franchise, has developed a new project which takes flight in an entirely new direction.
The name of a video game is one of its most important aspects. It takes careful consideration and deliberation to settle on a title that evokes the gameplay, plot, and style with just a few words. We get franchises like Call of Duty representing military service and Dishonored evoking vengeance and justice. But once in awhile a game will come along and tell you exactly what it is, without frills or clever subterfuge. Impossible Road is one such game. But is it possible that this game is awful or is impossible for this game to fail to entertain? Let’s have a look at the possibilities, shall we?
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