Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 30th, 2013 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Slow Fast Slow is a new app for recording short videos that allows users to record at high frame rates (120fps on iPhone 5s, 60fps on iPhone 5, 5c, and iPod Touch 5th Gen). Users can also change up the speed of the recording, slowing it down to 1/8th the regular speed, along with changing up the audio pitch.
Bulkypix is giving players a chance to shoot up some enemy robots in its upcoming arcade shooter.
Meltdown offers 30 randomly generated levels and a quick play mode for players to kick around in while upgrading their character’s weapons and special abilities. Players will also make use of the cover management system that lets them decide when is best to take cover or jump into the fight. Players don’t have to jump into battle alone either as the game features 4 player co-op. So who’s ready to join me on November 7th? The price is set at $1.99.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 28th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Supermagical has deone something that is both super and magical: it went from a free-to-play game to a need-to-pay-to-play game! The developers made this decision because they are hardcore gamers who hate the free-to-play model, having only gone with it due to the popular trend that we all love to hate. They also felt like players weren’t getting the full experience thanks to those free-to-play roadblocks and the cost of some of the items.
Gamers can now purchase the game for $1.99 and receive 20 hours of gameplay, along with co-op multiplayer. Not to shabby! There are still in-app purchases, of course, for those who just love to fork over that extra dough. At least the price of those have come down as well to help encourage a better experience for the player.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 21st, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
The Last Door – Chapter 1: The Letter is an episodic horror game that builds an atmosphere for players to get lost in with their own imagination, just like the classic stories from Poe and Lovecraft. The game features low-res graphics and an orchestrated musical score that helps set the mood for the player as they progress through the first chapter. Get spooked for $1.99!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 18th, 2013 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Machinarium gets a brand new pocket edition, bringing the award-winning adventure to your iPhone. Machinarium Pocket Edition is available for $1.99 and comes rocking with a pinch-to-zoom feature, improved graphics, achievements, and more that will keep players plenty busy. Now go get adventuring, folks!
Anki Drive is set to release next week, October 23rd, bringing artificial intelligence and robotics to your living room. It’s a video game in the real world, and can be purchased in Apple stores for $199. Players can use their iOS device to control their character’s position, speed, weapons, and more as they compete against other players or against an AI car.
“Anki Drive in its current form would never have been possible five years ago. We’ve been able to take advantage of a unique ecosystem of components that are more capable and affordable than ever before, and benefit from the prevalence of powerful mobile devices. Even with this, it required a great deal of exploration and creativity to combine such diverse technologies to enable a truly intelligent product, at a tiny fraction of the cost typically seen in robotics.” said Boris Sofman, co-founder and CEO of Anki, in a press release.
Check out the video below to see just what is possible with Anki Drive!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 18th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Breach & Clear sends players to Juarez, Mexico with 5 new missions for them to breach, clear, and successfully complete. The latest update also adds a brand new game mode for players to enjoy. Escape Plan takes players through all 30 missions once again but with a new objective. Now return to the action, soldiers!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 11th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Hey, you, Mr Supernatural. In the new game, Dementia, you get to use your supernatural powers as you travel the world to find places that are suspected of being haunted.
So, does studying ghosts and demons interest you? At least during this Halloween season? Then you should definitely progress your way through 4 chapters full of haunted places! Things be gettin’ spooky ’round here!
Field Trip gets a new update that adds the ability to preview publisher content, a redesigned layout for accessing Recent, Nearby, Favorites, and Map, and an improved map view. The update also adds new content; including Time Travel Ireland, Fest300, Abandoned NYC, Weird CA, Landmarks of New York, Curiosities Book Series, Andy Haler, Carpe Durham, […]