Faily Tumbler is the latest endless runner from Spunge Games, purveyors of other Faily games like Faily Brakes. In past entries, you were, as the name suggests, careening downhil on a vehicle with malfunctioning brakes. If you crashed, your poor character would ragdoll about until coming to a jumbled stop. Faily Tumbler focuses purely on the falling bits of these games.
It's your job to keep tumbling for as long as possible, simultaneously outrunning an intense lava flow from an erupting volcano and dodging a mess of spikey plants, whirlpools, and firey magma pools. It's not easy, especially when falling uncontrollably. Fortunately we have a few tips to help you succeed.
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The Gangstar series made its return last week, serving up more GTA-esque open world antics. As you might have guessed, the game travels to New Orleans, where you turn to a life of crime in the deep south. With the game's expansive city, there are plenty of opportunities to stir up some trouble, but really making your name in the bayou's underbelly requires a certain level of finesse. Fortunately we're here to help you as you take your first steps to becoming a criminal mastermind.
Crash of Cars is a fun new entry in the realm of multiplayer beat 'em ups. It's basically bumper cars off the rails -- players drive around in vehicles of their choosing -- anything from a mini-van to the weinermobile in all of its glory -- smashing into and shooting at their opponents. It's good, silly fun.
Rita Repulsa is back, but this time she's invading your mobile phone in Power Rangers: Legacy Wars. What looks to be a straightforward beat 'em up is actually a tough-as-nails multiplayer strategy game that requires some deft tactical maneuvering. We have a few tips to help you on your way.
It's been quite the week, but now that all of that business is out of the way, it's time to hunker down with some of the excellent games that were released over the past few days. There's a fair few to help you relax in your down time or if you're travelling out and about and need some distraction. Let's get to it.
Robot Circus launched Ticket to Earth as part of the App Store's indie games event last week. If you're not quite digging the space operatics Mass Effect: Andromeda is serving up, you'll be pleased to know that there's a surprising alternative on mobile.
Bean's Quest is a new take on both the classic platformer and the endless runner, and it's free on the App Store for the time being. Instead of running constantly, you can't stop jumping. That adds a surprising new level of challenge to the game, especially at later levels. Let's walk through how to truly master Bean's Quest as a newcomer.
Our last Bit City guide covered the basics. Now it's time to get into some of the more advanced techniques. In the later cities, cash flow becomes much more difficult, so you'll want to develop some strategies if you want to complete each level. We have a few tips to help you out.
Virexian is a high-speed interstellar shooter. It's a neon, pixellated roguelike adventure with bunches of weapons to collect and a number of intense arcade challenge modes. Virexian starts off simple enough, but really ramps up the difficulty after the first few levels, depending on the mode you're playing on.
There are a few strategies to keep in mind, whether you're playing a survival challenge or rogue mode. Stick to your guns and you'll make it through.
If you hate golf games, don't write this one off just yet. Golf Zero is more similar to games like Super Meat Boy than it is to Hot Shots Golf. While the gist of the game is to safely transport your ball to the hole, there's a whole array of spikes and monsters waiting to do you in along the way. It's tough stuff. Here are a few tips to help you guide your little golf buddy home.
Nimblebit's latest is an idle game with some serious SimCity vibes. It may not be as challenging as the city sim to rule them all, but it's a fun, charming experience all the same. And while, yes, it is a clicker, there are a few strategies you can employ to help develop your own virtual megalolopolis. Let's get into the advice, shall we?
Blasty Bubs is the latest from QuickByte games. A cute and colorful arcade brickbreaker with some pinball elements thrown into the mix, Blasty Bubs is a delightful circus-themed high score chaser with some excellent sound effects.
While it starts off simple enough, Blasty Bubs does require some forward thinking if you want to keep chaining your score ever-higher. Here are a few tips to ensure you're the star of the show.
Justice League Action Run is a licensed endless runner, yes, but it also throws a lot of action challenges into the mix to really add some flavor. It's a game that requires you to adapt on the fly, and there's quite a bit of strategy involved. Fortunately, we have a few tips to not only ensure you complete every mission successfully, but to complete them in style.
Tavern Guardians is a match-three game that brings some much-needed innovation to what is a tired genre in mobile gaming. Players match objects to attack enemies while healing themselves, forcing players to rethink their approach to the typical Bejewelled-like. Tavern Guardians can prove quite a challenge at first, but we've got a few helpful tips to make sure you survive no matter what the game throws at you.
Rollercoaster Tycoon recently made its debut a few months ago, with a premium remake of the original two games. If you're looking for something a little more lightweight that might translate better to smaller screens, however, you might want to give Rollercoaster Tycoon Touch a go. It's a free-to-play collectible card game that's classic Rollercoaster Tycoon at its core. The new collectible card elements might be a little strange if you're used to the original Rollercoaster Tycoon, though. We have some advice to help you navigate those choppy waters.