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Loco Motors Review

Loco Motors Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Crank up the creativity by building the ultimate ride in the inventive Loco Motors.

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Harry Likes Plums Review

Harry Likes Plums Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
A charming physics puzzler all about the love that a green blob has for plums.

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Bad Piggies – Rise & Swine With 30 New Stages, New Power-Ups and Items

Posted by on July 22nd, 2013
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

Pocket Gamer reports that 30 brand-new Rise & Swine stages have been added to Bad Piggies.

The update also provides players with new power-ups and items to help make each stage a little bit easier, including super glue, turbo charges, magnets, and a grappling hook. Additionally, should players have trouble with certain levels, they can unlock or purchase the ability to get three stars on any stage they choose.

via: Our Review source: Pocket Gamer

Rise and Swine, Bad Piggies, With 15 New Levels And Replay Recording

Posted by on May 8th, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Bad Piggies receives an update and adds new tools to use in a quest to find chocolate cake. The Rise and Swine update adds new suction-cup tires and spring-loaded boxing gloves that you will use throughout the 15 all-new levels. The update also adds the ability to share replays with Everyplay, an app that allows you to record and share your best clips from over 50 games, including Bad Piggies.

via: Our Review
Rigonauts HD Review

Rigonauts HD Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
A challenging modular game where players must build the ultimate battleship to take out dangerous enemies.

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148Apps’ Best Games of 2012: 30-21

All this week, we’ll be sharing our 30 best games of the year, compiled with input from the 148Apps writing staff and editors. Agree or disagree with our choices? Read on and let us know in the comments.

30. Curiosity – what’s inside the cube: A year-end list wouldn’t feel complete without mentioning Peter Molyneux’s strangely mysterious title. What is this game? Is it even a game? Is there actually something at the end of the cube? Whatever it is, the unique massively-multiplayer gameplay that has spurred player creativity and interaction while they try to crack open the game’s secrets is certainly original. And odds are that you were intrigued enough to download it and see what was going on.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-11-06 :: Category: Entertainment

29. God of Blades: No game this year was perhaps as thematically comprehensive as White Whale Games’ homage to 70’s pulp fantasy and sci-fi novels and the artwork that graced their covers. The visual style, the way-over-the-top dialogue and character names, and the combat, trading blows to knock opponents back, all contributed to a game that made a firm statement as what it wanted to be. And boy did it ever stand out.

$2.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-09-27 :: Category: Games

28. Bad Piggies: Rovio finally let players play as those porcine opponents from their Angry Birds games, and decided to focus on their building ingenuity. Best of all, the game’s various goals and different parts that were made available really encouraged player creativity, along with timing-based elements, in a well-rounded package. As Dale Culp explains: “Sometimes, this is as simple as putting together a cart and rolling it down a hill. However, other stars require a lot more thought… and some rockets, wings, engines, shaken-up soda bottles and, well, it gets pretty crazy. As players try to collect items, beat timers and fulfill other requirements, vehicles just get more and more elaborate.”

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2012-09-27 :: Category: Games

27. Bastion: Why does this isometric action game make the cut? Well, while it may still be a ton of fun after its initial XBLA release, it stands out thanks in large part to the amazing dynamic narrator. As Chris Kirby explained in our review: “This omniscient voice tells the story of The Kid and the world of Bastion, but he also narrates the various actions the character makes in the game. Stand around too long and the narrator will add that to the story. Go on a destructive frenzy with the Cael Hammer, and that becomes a part of the narrative as well. The narrator never feels intrusive, and actually makes the atmosphere of the game unique.”

$4.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-08-30 :: Category: Games

26. Slingshot Racing: This racing game used the physics of grappling hooks to make it stand out: the one-touch controls are extremely easy to pick up on, but mastering the physics takes time. Getting to race on the tracks forward and backward brings new challenges. Plus, it boasts both single-device multiplayer for up to 4 people on iPad, and an asynchronous multiplayer mode added in post-release. It all really hooked players in! It’s a lot better than that pun, we swear.

$0.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-05-24 :: Category: Games

25. Duckers and 24. Super Mole Escape: Weeks within each other, two games about burrowing through the ground came out and both were really good. Where Super Mole Escape boasts frantic burrowing gameplay, with plenty of powerups and hazards to quickly react to, Duckers was a more cerebral take on the same concept. Their casts were equally great: felonious moles in one, Mother Duckers in the other. Leaving one game off the list in favor of the other seems downright criminal when both were top-notch examples of how to approach a similar concept, yet in different ways.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-05-31 :: Category: Games

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-08-09 :: Category: Games

23. Juggernaut Revenge of Sovering: Considering Infinity Blade‘s success in the past two years, it’s no surprise that other studios would try to ape its format. This game does have a one-on-one combat base, but outside of that, it goes in its own satisfying directions. It’s a great iteration on a tried-and-true concept, as Kevin Stout explains: “The difference between Juggernaut and Infinity Blade is that there’s significantly more to do in between fights in this game as well as tons of different mini-games for players to play.”

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-05-10 :: Category: Games

22. Nihilumbra: Its storyline and dialogue could be overwrought and melodramatic, but its platforming gameplay mixed in puzzle elements that made fantastic use of the touch screen, and often forces players to think and react. It definitely shone through the darkness, and proved to be surprisingly compelling, becoming easy to just go and complete in one sitting. The ending winds up being a great payoff for the melodrama as well.

$2.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-06-28 :: Category: Games

Penny Arcade’s On The Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3: Zeboyd teamed up with influential gaming web comic Penny Arcade to make the third entry in their series a 16-bit RPG homage. The gameplay is delightfully reminiscent of retro titles, and the dialogue is superbly original. This and the port of Cthulhu Saves The World are both must-plays. Rob Rich says that “It’s really been growing on me the more I play. The story is fantastically weird and humorous, the combat is actually fun, and it screws around with typical RPG mechanics something fierce.”

$2.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-10-24 :: Category: Games

Angry Birds Space Gets 10 New Red Planet Levels

Posted by on November 1st, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Rovio keeps things interesting with a new update to Angry Birds Space, which includes 10 new Red Planet levels, new eggs, and an additional secret level. Get those Bad Piggies…in…SPACE!

What’s new in Angry Birds Space:

Check out 10 blazing new Red Planet levels! The Bad Piggies are still hiding out on the fiery planet with the commandeered Mars Curiosity Rover. Can the birds recover their eggs and rescue the rogue rover?

Navigate 10 volcanic new levels, including the Mars Curiosity Rover boss level!

Get three stars on all levels to unlock a new antenna egg level!

Hunt for the hidden rover to unlock a super-secret bonus level!

All new space eagle bonus levels, one per episode! Get 100% on the space eagle destruction meter to unlock 5 new levels!

New App: Rovio Wants You To Get More Protein With Bad Piggies Best Egg Recipes

Posted by on October 12th, 2012
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

Those Bad Piggies are at it again, this time with a pan-load full of delicious egg recipes. It’s like they’re rubbing it in those Angry Birds’ faces. So rude. I bet the Piggies are just laughing.

FEATURES
– 41 delicious egg recipes
– Animated illustrations that brings the birds and pigs to life
– Step-by-step photo instructions
– Funny and surprising photos of the finished recipes (those piggies are at it again!)
– Social media integration and built-in album to share photos of your creations
– Real egg timer built into the app
– Full index for quick and easy access to your favorite recipes
– Easy virtual bookmarks for your favorite recipes
– Option to switch between metric and imperial units

Bad Piggies Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Rovio puts players in the "bad guy" shoes, unleashing their inner Wile E. Coyotes in order to help the bad piggies steal the angry birds' eggs. And it's a lot of fun!

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New App: Bad Piggies, Spin-Off from Angry Birds Now Available

Posted by on September 27th, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Can games, like television shows, have spin-offs? I guess so. Bad Piggies from Rovio is now available for both iPhone / iPod touch and iPad. It’s a physics puzzle game, similar to a mash up of Angry Birds and Amazing Alex. We’ll have a full review up soon. Until then, here’s a gameplay preview:

Rovio’s next game, Bad Piggies is coming out on September 27th, just 10 days away. We finally, through an exclusive at Yahoo! Games, get to see some gameplay.

Quick summary, looks like a machine building puzzle game. Sort of a mashup between Angry Birds and Amazing Alex perhaps?

source: Yahoo! Games
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