Matagot has brought a faithful reproduction of the fun board game, Dice Town, to iOS.
In Dice Town Mobile you'll be squaring off against your friends in a dice-driven poker match that will nab you gold, land, and cash. Of course you'll have to watch out as everyone is also going to be trying to steal each others winnings. The game plays up to four players, but you can substitute with AIs.
You can download Dice Town Mobile for $3.99 right now.
Warhammer: Snotling Fling, by Games Workshop and Wicked Witch Software, catapults you into the role of the infamous Orc Warboss, Gorbad Ironclaw as he wages Waaagh! against The Empire and the Amber Wizard Ostergrim. You're armed with the goblin war machine and must crush the human's fortifications with live ammunition: snotlings. Although you can also crush your foes with spells and the terrible Foot of Gork. As you play, you can collect Teef that are used to fuel your spells.
Daniel Visser, Managing Director of Wicked Witch Software, stated, “It’s incredibly exciting to be working with Games Workshop on a Warhammer license. Many Wicked Witchers, including the games Producer Krister Monsvik, and Lead Programmer, Stephen Anderson are huge Warhammer fans, and we’re confident that this shines through in the game.”
You can download Warhammer: Snotling Fling for $3.99 on the App Store.
The latest update for Frogmind's popular flying platformer Badland has arrived on the App Store. It brings in the ten levels from the game's Daydream level pack into co-op, lifting the total of co-op levels available up to 100. Furthermore, the game now boasts an additional 30 missions and four achievements.
Badland is available on the App Store now for $3.99.
Are you ready to run for your life all over again? Season 4 of Zombies, Run! will be launching this Spring! The update will come with 40 new missions and a huge number of new options.
You'll be able to edit and delete run logs from inside the app and sync with the website, see your estimated mission duration, set your difficulty, and autoplay next mission if you find yourself ready to run two back to back. Six to Start has also improved the music playback so now it is even easier to use Spotify, Pandora, and other streaming music services. In addition, there will be a new user interface, in-app mission synopses, a Halfway-there notification, and more.
You can download Zombies, Run! for $3.99 on the App Store to start training.
Cheddar the Mouse is an adorable chess master who aims to teach your kids how to play chess. He's also the star character of HeroCraft's new, Garry Kasparov-endorsed educational game, MiniChess by Kasparov.
As kids play,they'll solve puzzles that will teach them the basic rules of chess. The game also lets you play an actual game of chess so you can try out your new skills.
You can download MiniChess by Kasparov for $3.99 on the App Store.
KEMCO has just released their newest action RPG, Seven Sacred Beasts. In the game you play as Mattie, a summoner who uses monsters to fight in competitions for money. His next big goal? To win the Summoners Rex - a competition to determine the world's most powerful summoner - and claim the prize of 100 million gold.
Seven Sacred Beasts has over 100 monsters to collect and level-up. You can form strategies based on how you level your monsters and control how they use their powers in battle. And if you prefer a more hands-off approach, the monsters can also battle automatically.
Right now you can download Seven Sacred Beasts for a special introductory price of $3.99 (50% off).
In this endless runner, SpongeBob and Plankton are searching for the lost Krabby Patty formula. You'll be dodging obstacles, floating in bubbles, and flying around on a jet pack as you race through Bikini Bottom, Apocalyptic Bikini Bottom, and the beach. If times get tough you can even transform into Super SpongeBob! He can power through any obstacle that gets in your way.
You can download SpongeBob: Sponge on the Run for $3.99 on the before going to see the movie in theaters February 6.
So, the current stock of established superheroes from Marvel and DC don't do it for you? You have an idea for a custom superhero? Then PlayWorld Superheroes is for you. Here's how to get your game going quickly.
Take time to be creative - Let your imagination do the walking. From the beginning the game underscores an appreciation for self-expression, and it helps to revel in this. From the template of characters, take the time to scroll through all the options because there are quite a few.
Make sure to explore - One element the game encourages is exploration. It makes this easy by using dialogue boxes and highlighting to help you along. When an item is found, it can generally be crafted. Again, creativity is the name of the game. There are scissors, crayons, and more, and the best advice is also the most fun advice: just go to town. Use the cut marks to guide the scissors, and be inventive with the crayons. Going all out is especially true of the symbol, because this design gets emblazoned within the game. Do yourself proud.
Feel free to rewind - It's also good to know that crafted materials can be redesigned, so there's no need to weep because of an errant crayon swoop.
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Nickelodeon has released a new app based on the hit show Blaze and the Monster Machines. The app introduces kids to a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) curriculum by letting them build racetracks for monster truck Blaze and his driver AJ to compete on. Kids will learn about acceleration, adhesion, force, friction, and more as they help the duo.
The app features 15 levels of increasing difficulty, three locations with different environmental obstacles, power ups, tilt and swipe controls for driving, and the ability to save up to 12 courses in each location.
Blaze and the Monster Machines is $3.99 on the App Store, so rev your engines and start downloading.