Posted by Mike Lata | Mar 09, 2011 | Comments 0
At first glance, I Luv Chocolat looked like an intriguing platformer. The screenshots made the game seem bright, colorful and humorous. They reminded me of the Clockwork Knight series on the Sega Saturn. I soon found out my assumptions were wrong and this game is nothing like the great Clockwork Knight titles. Yes the game, made by Zatun, is a platformer; and yes, you can jump around the single-area background while trying to collect various candies and items falling down. The problem with the game is mainly how repetitive it is and how badly the controls are implemented. While I understand the difficulty in making sliding controls work for movement on the iDevice’s small touchscreen, what’s wrong with controls similar to League of Evil’s directional inputs? or even the way the iDevice Ghosts’N Goblins games play? In I Luv Chocolat, I literally couldn’t move left or right an inch half the time playing. Yes, I understand this game was probably in development before League of Evil — but it’s still no excuse to how poor the control execution is.
Posted by Press Releases | Feb 03, 2011 | Comments 0
Dallas, Texas – Announcing Smart Skunk, LLC, the developer of Candy Tracker, has released a really useful product for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is a new application, one that tracks individual selling goals for Camp Fire boys and girls, as well as allow for emailing a polite “Thanks” to buyers and tracking selling data. Just in time for this year’s candy selling season, the app is on sale for only $0.99, which is 50% off the regular price.
Posted by Press Releases | Jan 16, 2011 | Comments 0
Braunschweig, Germany – Minimax Games is proud to announce that their game, Catch Halloween Candy 1.0.4, is now localized in German and English. In Catch Halloween Candy the player controls Benny catching candy on Halloween by just tilting the iPhone. The game is very family friendly, and can be played by kids even that the game is Halloween themed.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 20, 2010 | Comments 0
Raleigh, North Carolina – Fairlady Media today announces that their newest game for kids, Whizzit Candy Blast, will be available for $.99 US on the App Store on Friday, August 27. The makers of smash-hit Spazzle have released a new game in their popular Whizzit children’s series. Children can help Wilton the Weasel fly his candy-craft over a land of lollipops while blasting candies out of the sky. One hundred candies and chocolates will fly across the sky; can your child blast them all? At the end of each game, the candies are counted up and a spectacular fireworks display will celebrate your child’s score!