Easy single-tap gameplay for short bursts or long sessions of stellar extermination! Play for a few seconds on the toilet, or play for hours on the couch!
Awesome power-ups that make your quest for universal destruction all the more satisfying!
Original dialog between each level!
72 levels set across three different parsecs!
Rad space-related terminology like “parsecs”!
Destructamundo is slated to arrive on the App Store on January 28, and will cost $1.99.
Potatoman will put your reflexes and worldview to the test as you journey through scorching deserts, dark forests, busy cities, the tallest mountains, and eventually your own potato-consciousness in search of the ultimate answer. Are you prepared to face the TROOF?
Potatoman Seeks the Troof is available now for $1.99.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on January 6th, 2015 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Gutenbergz Inc. wanted kids to learn more about technology, so they created Gadgetarium – an Interactive Children’s Book About Technology. The app was fully funded through a Kickstarter campaign in 2013 and has just been released for iOS.
Gadgetarium takes children, 6 years and older, through the history of technology; from the creation of the wheel to radios, microscopes, and more. The inventions can be viewed as 3D models that can be played with to learn more about them, and users are guided through their discoveries by a boy and his pet pug.
Gadgetarium also offers the ability to mix different gadgets to create new inventions to help foster curiosity and creativity. You can pick it up for $1.99 on the App Store.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 22nd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Light in the Dark, by Dreamgate Studios, is celebrating the holidays with a new expansion called Aztec Ruins. In this update, the baby Totems have run off again. You’ll have to solve the puzzles to find all of the lil’ totems and return them to their parents. The Aztec Ruins add 72 new levels, including 12 challenge levels and character skins.
Aztec Ruins also features the new Ghost light feature, which makes enemies fall asleep when it hits them and deactivates other features, such as a revolving mirror.
You can download Light in the Dark for $1.99 on the App Store now.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 18th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
TheCodingMonkeys has recently updated Carcassonne, the tiling laying board game app, with two new expansions: the Winter Edition and the Double Base Tile Set.
The Winter Edition adds a custom interface, new tiles, and the Gingerbread Man to your game. The tasty treat is a delicious holiday bonus for towns that passes from player to player. The Double Base Tile Set expansion lengthens the game by simulating playing with two Carcassonne sets at the same time as many long time players often do with the real board game.
The Winter expansion can be purchased in-game for $1.99 and the Double Base Tile Set expansion is $0.99.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 15th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Catch the action of snowboarding without all that going out into the cold nonsense. Snowboard Party, by Ratrod Studio, has been released for iOS so now you and your friends can test your skills in full HD graphics. Compete to top the leader boards or complete the more than 75 level objectives and earn all the achievements.
As you practice, your snowboarder gains experience. You can level them up and customize their outfit to be the most badass snowboarder at the party. The game also has a freestyle mode that lets you do tricks on rails, jumps, boxes, logs, rocks, and more. You’ll have your choice of 11 snowboarders and a ton of gear to equip them with.
Check out Snowboard Party for $1.99 on the App Store.
Posted by Rob Rich on December 11th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Do you have fond memories of playing SimpleRockets? Well, maybe “fond” is the wrong word. I mean those things are awfully prone to blowing up. But anyway, if you have a special place in your heart set aside for the madcap rocket-building sim, you should probably make room for the follow-up that just released on the App Store: SimplePlanes.
Much like SimpleRockets, SimplePlanes tasks you with engineering a very complex piece of machinery, then trying to keep it in one piece. This time you’ll be snapping various parts together to make all sorts of aircraft – even some with VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) abilities. Where it gets ridiculous (in a good way) is in how pieces of your craft can break off as you crash into things or get shot at, which can have a pretty big impact on performance.
If you’re in the mood to fly seemingly impossible aircraft that you’ve cobbled together yourself, you can grab SimplePlanes off the App Store now for $1.99.
Posted by Ellis Spice on December 11th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
We’ve reached that time of the year where every man, woman, and corporate entity decides on their favorite games of the previous twelve months. Apple is no exception to this, and this week they named Threes from Sirvo LLC as their iPhone game of the year. To celebrate this honor, the developer has announced that the game is now on sale, with the price having had a very appropriate 33.3 recurring % sliced off.
In other words, Threes is available now for $1.99, down from its usual price of $2.99.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 11th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Little Galaxy, by Bitmap Galaxy, has recently received a big update. Now you can unlock new male and female characters and a ton of costumes to dress them in. Will you explore space as a pirate, princess, or maybe a ninja? The update also gives you a bunch of upgradeable power-ups, including a star-attracting magnet and a comet that adds more time.
Bitmap Galaxy has also added new levels, as well as black holes for each and every one. If you missed any stars on previous maps, don’t worry; you can now replay previously completed levels on the skymap!
Check out all the new additions and explore the universe in Little Galaxy for $1.99.