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Because there’s no better way to celebrate Labor Day weekend than not doing labor (i.e. playing games instead), Ayopa Games has dropped the price of their rather enjoyable word game W.E.L.D.E.R. to free.
Starting today and continuing through the weekend you can grab this best-selling word-puzzler for $2.99 off its original $2.99 asking price. Forget the beach, you should sit at home playing free games all weekend!
Or maybe play a bunch of free games on your way to/from the beach?
Escape From Age Of Monsters is already plenty of fun, as our review discussed last month, but it’s just about to get a whole lot more enjoyable.
The latest update to the beautiful endless runner is set to offer a whole bunch of a new features.
New “flyby” items will be available to unlock and thus upgrade. There’ll be a Coin Converter upgrade which changes all pop-ups to money bags for a set time, as well as a Bonus Collector, a Boost for ploughing through walls and a new Coin Multiplier.
As well as that, there are new extra lives to acquire, player-activated powerups to enjoy and even the chance to restore to life after defeat or profit from a headstart that skips the player past the first building.
For those talented players who can stay in turbo mode for long enough, there’s now Double Turbo that offers a 3x multiplier and, ultimately, Turbo Heaven giving players an impressive 5x multiplier.
Bsides all the new upgrades, there’ll also be new buildings to leap from and various tweaks and improvements.
Escape From Age Of Monsters is available now.
Released: 2012-04-26 :: Category: Games
Dungeon crawlers as a genre have certainly seen much success over the years, but that doesn’t mean that everyone loves them. It takes a certain kind of mentality to find joy in gathering tons of loot through repetitious fighting in order to fight stronger things (repetitiously) for better loot. Now assuming there was something else added to the proceedings to keep things from feeling less monotonous, something like that could draw in a bit more of a crowd. That is to say, draw in even more of a crowd. And what usually sells like crazy regardless of medium or platform? Humor.
With that in mind (I think), Ayopa Games and Drowning Monkeys have decided to unleash Dungeon Crawlers on an unsuspecting App Store. The game itself is a combination of more typical dungeon crawlers with multi-floored dungeons, loot and experience grinding and turn-based strategy RPGs. Players will control a team of four adventurers (an alchemist, priest, barbarian, and dwarven warrior) over the course of five chapters, each with their own distinct environments. They’ll also be going toe-to-toe with plenty of nasty monsters as they scrounge for stuff.
Dungeon Crawlers is slated for a January 26th release. A universal release, might I add. For a special “introductory price” of $1.99 no less.