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.
Carter talks to 3 Sprockets, creator of Cubemen 2, about making the sequel to their cross-platform strategy title that’s largely based in tower defense, but also incorporates many other elements. Seon Rozenblum of the studio also discusses what they were able to adapt from the game’s Steam launch, and how PC players react to the idea of cosmetic in-app purchases.
Carter talks to the Coster brothers at Butterscotch Shenanigans into how their roguelike hack ‘n slash, Quadropus Rampage, evolved from a game jam idea, and why they went free-to-play.
Sam Coster, voice of One Epic Knight, and his brother Seth talk about Towelfight 2: The Monocle of Destiny, and how it had its origins in a game jam title. They also go in to its weapon system, which eventually involves exploding whales. Seriously.
Kris Jones of Everplay Interactive talks about his studio’s Retro Revival series, and why the upcoming 1001 Attempts is perfect to play in-between games of Real Racing 3 this Thursday.
I am eager to let readers know about Oceanhouse Media’s annual app sale in honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday from Wednesday, February 25 through Monday, March 9. During this time, five of their best-selling Seuss stories will be on sale for $0.99 each, and there will be discounts for other classic Dr. Seuss titles as […]