Clash of Puppets is a 3D platformer with an unabashed love for B-level horror movies. As we enter the dreams of an average Joe named Charlie, a veritable monster mash appears before our eyes. Vampires, Frankenstein, and even mummies try to snuff out our hero, but with a little guidance Charlie may find his way back to reality. Staying trapped and seduced in this world, however, is a hard habit to break.
With another Disney movie comes the inevitable onslaught of tie-ins and merchandise. The avalanche of plush things is incomplete without an iOS title in the mix, so I've checked out the the latest game to come with a movie attached. Let's check it out and see if it will give you a satisfied smile like the best of Disney always does.
Mobile game movie tie-ins can be instantly forgettable, as these apps' sole purpose is to plug the feature's impending release. Anchorman 2: Scotchy Scotch Toss is far from an ambitious foray, but Ron Burgundy's sheer presence should save the day.
Forget the black infused back drop of Icycle: On Thin Ice's title screen, since everything about this game is colorful. Starting with its James Bond inspired opening sequence, this app reels you in with all its pretty pictures, illustrating a surreal dreamscape where bicycles fear to tread. Adventurers, however, may love the thrill of the chill.
Roller coasters are one of my earliest fears, and biting my lip as I experienced my first loop is a memory I'd soon forget. But with a bit of foolhardy bravado, I ended up loving the amusement park's go to ride, so I was more than willing to delve into the latest iOS release Coaster Crazy Deluxe. A bit of insanity prevails in this app, and maybe that's a good thing.
Do we sleep with our demons at night, or do we leave those monsters behind in peaceful slumber? There is no rest for the weary with Demon Tribe, a free to play app created by SEGA luminary Masayoshi Kikuchi. With the Panzer Dragoon series and Jet Grind Radio among his accomplishment, this iOS release comes with epic expectations.
If you love a good fantasy, but have grown tired of always having to be the ones to traipse through those dangerous dungeons yourself, Lords of Waterdeep has arrived.
Like steampunk? Find something you like, slap some gears on it, and then call it a day. That's the approach game developer Monster Robot Studios took with Steam Punks, an iOS platformer that takes inspiration from SNES classic Mega Man X.
When crime is rampant and the streets of the city are literally filled with bad guys, who do you want to save the day? According to Xform Games' new endless runner, Super Hammer, you call on The Hammer.