Posted by Mike Lata | Apr 01, 2012 | Comments 0
Mirror Mirror: The untold Adventures is a new adventure game from Jump Games PVT., that is also a 2D side scroller. The game is available on the app store right now for only $.99.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Feb 03, 2012 | Comments 0
One rolling hedgehog sure packs a punch. If you haven’t already heard of Crazy Hedgy by cybertime, it’s a 3D platformer that’s just about as good as they get, with stellar graphics and great physics.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Dec 19, 2011 | Comments 0
I’m sure by now all true Sonic fans know SEGA has released Sonic CD as a universal app. This app has itself been designed by a fan, Christian Whitehead, and it’s about the best port iOS has seen so far of a SEGA game. If you’ve always loved Sonic the blue hedgehog, this is the game to get.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Oct 10, 2011 | Comments 0
A mischievous gorilla named Uggi has stolen PoPo’s precious popsicles. To help PoPo recover his ice cream, you’ve got to roll the chubby round panda left and right, mustering the appropriate level of momentum to maneuver past various obstacles and get to the rotating hole through which Uggi has disappeared. Roll in the Hole by Chillingo starts off simple, but as you get deeper into the cute adventure, challenges abound.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Jul 25, 2011 | Comments 1
A little brown hedgehog goes a-rollin’, in seek of adventure in the wide and thrilling world. Of course, in Hedgehog Adventure HD by Chlova, our hedgehog comes face to face with varied dangers. Can you help him continue his journey safely? Head on over to iPadmodo for our full review.
Posted by Adam | Jul 08, 2011 | Comments 0
Russian casual game developer, Nevosoft today announces SuperCow 1.1, their new dynamic arcade platform game for iPhone and iPad. SuperCow features a lush gameworld, lively characters, each with their own little quirks, atmospheric soundtracks and professional voice-over- all with a healthy dollop of good humor. New levels are reached by achieving goals such as knocking out the bad guys, collecting coins or finding hidden keys.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Jun 02, 2011 | Comments 0
From Ezone.com’s HoverWorld, a game still in development, rose Diversion. Although it began as a spin-off, Diversion is a fun 3D platformer with a dazzling array of challenging obstacles—all hovering in mid-air. The game kept me well occupied during long train rides in my recent travels and thus proved to be a great diversion!
Posted by Gwen Phua | Apr 20, 2011 | Comments 0
It’s a time of darkness in a mystical world of magic. An evil sorcerer named Devan has captured all the Elemental Spirits—the world’s greatest life source—and wreaked havoc by killing almost all the Spirit Guides. In Elemental Rage HD by Oniric Games, you are Huna, a young Spirit Guide who is the world’s last hope. Can you free all the Elemental Spirits and save the world? Continue on to iPadmodo for our full review.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Mar 25, 2011 | Comments 0
Young Max receives a magic marker, and everything he draws with it solidifies into reality. Unfortunately, his very first drawing of a monster comes to life and leaps into another drawing to wreak havoc. Max needs to stop it. And so, he sketches himself into the scene, thus beginning the pursuit and fun in Max and the Magic Marker for iPad by Electronic Arts, a physics-based platformer that will have you doodling to solve challenging puzzles. Continue over to iPadmodo for our full review.
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 Mike Lata | Feb 19, 2011 | Comments 0
The gravity-shifting runner, Gravonaut by Nexus Game Studio, has been updated to include a new challenge called “virtual reality,” that includes some interesting gameplay variations and graphics.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Feb 01, 2011 | Comments 0
Evil scientists have banded together to create weapons of mass destruction. In League of Evil by Ravenous Games, you’re a super agent who is given the duty to find and eliminate all the evil scientists. Your special skills are so slick you can double jump over various hazards and even up sheer walls. All amid cool retro awesomeness!
Posted by Mike Lata | Jan 05, 2011 | Comments 0
A new platformer has hit the iPhone called Maxplosion, by Capcom Mobile. The game has already been released in the NZ App Store and should be available everywhere else by
tomorrow or midnight. The game appears to be an explosion-fest with bomb throwing action while also featuring the classic 2d platforming action Capcom is known for. The graphics and art style look great and make the title shine. Lets hope the controls are done well.
Posted by Mike Lata | Dec 27, 2010 | Comments 1
A very interesting and innovative platformer called Terava by Julian Raschke just came out of nowhere. The game really showcases the innovative indie spirit with the way the controls have been implemented as well as the art direction of the title. It is also a Universal App.
Posted by Mike Lata | Dec 24, 2010 | Comments 1
A surprisingly fun, challenging, and incredibly addicting endless-running platformer came out of nowhere called Gravonaut. The title has been pretty obscure and overshadowed by the onrush of so many high-profile games hitting the App Store before Christmas but if you are a fan of old-school gameplay and graphics as well as enjoy a challenge, do not pass this title up.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 06, 2010 | Comments 0
London, United Kingdom – ITL Games today is pleased to announce Alone 1.6 for iOS, an update to their retro, isometric platformer game. Following a deadly chemical-warfare attack, the city is in ruins. The player must find a vaccine for himself and his girlfriend, while gathering survival gear and fighting off enemies. The update features improved performance, new controls, accelerometer and shake actions, and more fluid movement using a higher frame rate. The two-thumb GUI features touchscreen weapons, unlimited levels, and restart at the last level. Players may control their character using a diagonal joypad, a normal (horizontal & vertical) joypad, or tap on any of the four corners of the screen.
Posted by Adam | Jul 05, 2010 | Comments 0
Omino, a recently released platformer is a great unofficial replicate of Super Mario Brothers that can be your solution to an alternative until Nintendo decides to, if they ever do, port the popular game to the iDevice. It has bright artwork, great and responsive controls, and the same classic action you would find in Mario from the baddies to the powerups!
Posted by Adam | Jun 18, 2010 | Comments 1
What do you call a duck that eats fruit two times the size of it, throws eggs at predators, collects diamonds, and soars through the air freely with jet-boots? Epic! As made clear by the name, Qwak, developed by veteran developer Jamie Woodhouse, puts you in control of a duck out to do superior things. While it’s a weird idea, it’s a unique one that gets addicting pretty quickly!
Posted by Press Releases | Jun 09, 2010 | Comments 0
Belleville, Canada – Independent game developer Paulson Apps announced today that side-scrolling IPhone(TM) game “PlanetOne” has been released at an initial launch price of $0.99 through the iTunes App Store(TM). PlanetOne is a ‘Retro Style’ 2D Platformer video game that stars a little blue man. The man must run, jump, and roll his way through 22 action-packed and unique levels to take back the life-force of his planet, The Maya. Designed from the ground up for Apple devices, PlanetOne is compatible with all major Apple devices running versions 3.0 and greater, including the iPhone(TM), iPod Touch(TM), and iPad(TM).
Posted by Jake Wright | Mar 30, 2010 | Comments 0
More than 20 years ago Armin Gessert developed Giana Sisters one of the first Jump’n’Run games for the Commodore C64. This great game has been revamped and is now on the iPhone and its awesome!