I love a good oddball game. The kind of title that really makes you sit up and take notice. Something that pushes you off the ledge of boredom and into the land of “hunh, that looks interesting.” There are a few games in the App Store that give you such a nudge, but even so, it is rare to find something with quality and character. Could 1968 be one of these fabled games to reinvigorate your love of iOS gaming? Possibly. Let's see, shall we?
Start your engines and get ready to race with this new teaser trailer.
There are games that are absolutely stillborn upon birth, and there are others that come into the world with a bit of potential, only to be weighed down by links, advertisements, and in-game purchases. Fast & Furious 6: The Game has beautiful graphics, and although it doesn't hold a candle to Real Racing 3, is it a pleasant enough experience?
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?
Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover, especially when it looks absolutely gorgeous. Stick Stunt Biker 2's bread and butter lies in its atmospheric visual landscape, and although its silhouette-driven aesthetic may have been influenced by such games as Limbo and Badland, there's really nothing to forgive. It's a title that, thanks to its dark and creepy visuals, is not your run-of-the-mill racing game.
What do you get when you toss Twisted Metal, Super Off Road, Smash TV, and a bunch of zombies into a meat grinder? The resulting video game ground beef would approximate something like R.I.P. Rally.