It is time for the summer comic book movie blockbuster and of course there is an iOS movie tie-in game. The newest incarnation of Superman has been reborn at the box office to decent reviews and legions of fans hailing the renewed relevance of the strong man in red undies. But does this iOS game hit that blockbuster spot like the film?
Get ready for another word game headed your way. 2K and Cat Daddy Games have put together Beejumbled -- a free offering that's hoping to buzz its way onto the home screens of many smartphones. Think Bejeweled meets Scrabble, only with bees. It would seem you can combine bees with just about anything. Just ask Jerry Seinfeld.
The physics-puzzler, along with perhaps the endless runner, are the two most prevalent genres of game inside the App Store. They are just everywhere. And Chillingo is not shy about either. One could argue that Chillingo's strategy is much like the thinking behind start-up Internet companies.
Are you ready for another movie-based video game? Well, it doesn't matter, because Despicable Me: Minion Rush has already sped its way into the App Store. I never know what to make with these titles. NES games like Jaws and Total Recall set the precedent early on that the quality of the movie did not have to match up with the quality of the game. And since then, there's definitely been a stigma attached between games and movies (especially when it's going the other way). So what to make of a Despicable Me endless runner? On paper, it's not something I was getting too enthused about.
The old standby genre of the iOS is the tower defense game. It has come in every shape and form we can possibly conceive, but somehow we just can’t seem to get enough of them. Like the endless onslaught of enemies in any of these titles, the games keep flooding the App Store to be devoured by our eager iOS devices. But, to stand out from the crowd, Defense Technica has to have something up its sleeve to set it apart from the rest. With so many good tower defense games around, why should we bother with another?
Based on the popular board game of the same name, Agricola is a farming game that actually has you build your own farm. Most titles in this genre enable players to construct their own cities, but Agricola illustrates life in 17th century Europe. As a farmer who's raising a family, it's your job to keep everyone fed or else they will end up begging for food. If you're not too excited about harvesting crops or building stables, don't let that deter you -- this is a worthy iOS experience that is perfect for the iPad.
Pyramus is a real-time strategy take on War of the Worlds, instead this time the humans are taking on the invading aliens in space. Armed with different ships, you must strategically maneuver and blast your way to victory to ensure mankind lives to see another day. Our world is always worth saving, but is Pyramus worth playing?
Don’t get crushed by the ever moving blocks in Radiangames’ new iOS game, Crush! This is the same company that brought us the 2012 iOS game of the year, Slydris. Will Crush! be 2013’s Game of the Year? Or will it, too, get crushed?
Sound the alarm! It looks like we’ve got another tired old game genre that has been shaven, painted to look like an existing franchise, smacked on the butt, and shoved out to pasture in the App Store. But, could this game be a little bit more than a cash grab? Could it be a brand new spin on the tired old pinball that we all know and love? Could the Marvel heroes work together to lift of the decrepit corpse of pinball games and breathe new life into its lifeless eyes? Probably not, but lets take a look anyway.
The iOS has the potential to be the rebirth of the point and click adventure game. With a big gorgeous screen and instinctive gameplay, we could have a whole assortment of really enjoyable adventure titles. They could offer immersive stories along with enjoyable puzzles to tease your mind and fingers. Runaway: A Road Adventure is a new adventure game for the iOS, but does it live up to the possibilities of the medium, or crash into the mailbox right out of the driveway?
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