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Gamious and BluBox Games have just launched iO, a physics platformer where you are a speedy puck using gravity manipulation, portals, and vehicles to solve puzzles. You'll also be able to grow, shrink, roll, leap, and climb your way through more than 150 puzzles. And the global leader boards allow you to compete against anyone around the world while you rack up the achievements.
iO was the winner of the Global Game Jam 2012, an IndieCade 2015 Finalist, received an honorable mention for the “GDC Best In Play 2015,” and is featured as a “Best New Game” exclusively on the App Store.
You can download iO for $2.99 right now.
Flop Rocket, by Butterscotch Shenanigans, is a rage-inducing physics game where you try desperately to pilot your spaceship through a a cave filled with spaceducks and enormous rockworms.
With each failure you'll earn money that will allow you to upgrade your pitiful ship into something a bit more space worthy. Flop Rocket also allows you to play auto-generated missions based on your skill level. It uses touch wheel controls that let you flip your rocket around quickly, but you can opt for tap controls instead.
Flop Rocket will be free to download next week. You'll also be able to upgrade your account for $2.99 get more content, remove ads, get cloud syncing, friend leader boards, and cross-game perks.
Kumobius has released a new purchasable chapter for their minimalist game, Duet, called the Encore Chapters. And once again you'll need to keep your two vessels in sync to survive the barrage of obstacles in your path.
The update includes a new story, music, and 30 new stages. It also includes new features such as two directional attack waves and boomerang blocks. Yikes.
You can download Duet for $2.99 and check out the new in-game update for $0.99.
Auro, the monster-bumping game from Dinofarm Games, uses strategic positioning combined with magic spells and the titular bumping mechanic to push monsters right off the map. You'll play as the impetuous Prince Auro as he explores dungeons and fights monsters.
He only has nine spells to work with, however, so you're going to have to engage your brain on these procedurally generated maps to win. The game also has a competitive play mode that lets you rank up over time to become the Master Bumper.
You can download Auro: A Monster-Bumping Adventure for $2.99 on the App Store and give those monsters a well deserved bath.