Posted by Ellis Spice on January 22nd, 2015 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Ever wanted to create your own egg-based empire or poke chickens to your hearts content? Well, the upcoming release from Chillingo and sybsoftware, Eggmaster, might be what you’ve been looking for.
Eggmaster tasks players with tapping chickens to get a steady supply of eggs, because as everyone knows eggs only arrive when chickens are prodded. Although the FDA may not approve, along the way players can improve production by feeding their brood chocolate, potions and pills, while also having to take care to protect their egg supplies from other players.
You’ll can download Eggmaster for free now, and fulfill all your chicken-tapping dreams.
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Want to know if this particular brand of swashbuckling is for you? Check out our Raids of Glory review!
So you’ve just downloaded Raids of Glory and are in need of some assistance as to what to do first? We’ve got you covered with some handy beginners’ tips and tricks to help ease you into the process.
As anyone used to Clash of Clans style games knows, understanding the currencies involved is important to success. Raids of Glory offers a few different types.
Gold – Gold buys stuff, predictably. All new buildings are dependent upon it rather than any need for special resources. The prices steadily rise though, so expect to always be short on gold.
Rum – Rum buys you the love of a pirate. OK, not the love, but the loyalty. Those pirates can then be sent out to attack enemy outposts, so you want to have enough rum to hire more at any time.
Skulls – Skulls are the premium currency and are primarily used to speed things along. Try to resist using them for the little things and plan accordingly. Fortunately, more skulls aren’t too hard to come by.
In the case of gold and rum, you can hold your finger down to their respective bars and you’ll be told what your hourly output is. It’s a handy guide to seeing how well you’re progressing.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 15th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
‘Where Eagles Freeze’ is the new update for Tiny Troopers: Alliance, by Chillingo and Kukouri Mobile Entertainment. Your tiny soldiers will be donning their long johns as winter has come to the battle field.
There is a new map populated by snowmen and penguins, two new campaigns with 20 new missions, and you can get 100 free medals for logging in between December 25th – 31st. Also, to get into the holiday spirit of giving, you’ll be able to donate troops to other players.
You can try out all the frosty fun in Tiny Troopers: Alliance for free on the App Store.
Stigol and Chillingo have paired up to bring us the unique puzzle game, Find the Line, that goes live tomorrow, October 9. The game asks players to combine lines to form beautifully illustrated images.
It comes with over 200 levels that increase in difficulty in each theme. When you complete a theme there is an animated video that tells the story of the images you formed.
Find the Line looks like a challenging puzzler. Check it out tomorrow on the App Store for free.
Posted by Jennifer Allen on July 29th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
All three games in the Anomaly tower-defense/offense series are currently on sale at attractively low prices.
We’ve enjoyed them all over the years with Anomaly: Warzone Earth and Anomaly 2 both garnering 4 stars, while Anomaly Korea achieved a very respectable 4.5 stars. They’re all great examples of how turning the tower defense formula on its head can produce a great series of games.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on July 17th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
In Fear I Trust, the chilling interactive story by Chillingo Ltd, has received its latest episode: Rust and Iron. In Fear I trust is a psychological thriller where the player wakes up in a facility where bizarre and disturbing experiments have been conducted.
Players must solve puzzles to unravel the mystery of the facitlity. Rust and Iron is a continuation of the story and is available as a free update. The new update also includes new iCloud support and various performance and graphical improvements for low-end devices. Chillingo reports that more episode are on their way over the coming months.
Chillingo and Finnish developers Nitro Games have today announced Gang of Pirates, a pirate-heavy strategy game. Players will be tasked with building up their own private pirate island into a fortress and rounding up and commanding a crew of scoundrels and scallywags. Players can then control their crew and take on others from around the world in 3D battles for fame and, more importantly as a pirate, fortune. Alongside these battles against other fellow players, the game will also feature a mission-based single-player campaign.
Gang of Pirates will be available later this year and will require a ‘stable’ Internet connection in order to play online, although offline gamers can enjoy the single-player campaign to their heart’s content.
It feels like forever ago when I first had the chance to play MECH (it was called M3CH back then). Despite being pre-alpha, I was actually quite impressed. It’s since been announced that the multiplayer mech combat/shooter has been picked up by Chillingo, and honestly I couldn’t be happier. I really liked what I played over a year ago, and from what I can see it’s only gotten better.
There’s still some work to be done, of course, but the game has come a long way. The interface is a lot cleaner, there seems to be more map variety (and better looking maps), and you’ll have a dozen different giant robots and weapons to choose from when you jump online to shame your friends in online combat with up to eight players.
MECH will be coming to the App Store later this summer.
Posted by Stephen Hall on April 10th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Feed Me Oil 2 is a great puzzle game from Chillingo, publishers of other iOS favorites Cut the Rope and the Anomaly series. In the game, you have to channel oil into monsters in a wide variety of environments, using many tools and techniques to get the slippery substance where you want it to go.
The game was recently updated with an all-new chapter for you to explore. You can “collect the eggs tucked away in your favorite Feed Me Oil 2 puzzles” to unlock this chapter, according to the update notes. Chillingo has also changed all the gross oil to be “delicious molten chocolate” for a limited time.
You can grab Feed Me Oil 2 at its new, lower price of $0.99 on the App Store.
Posted by Rob Rich on February 13th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Has it really been a year already? You know, I suppose it has. Well, slightly more than a year, really. Anyway LambdaMu Games and Chillingo are celebrating this momentous occasion by stuffing all sorts of new content into Pixel People.
The list of additions includes more jobs (bringing the total up to 365), two more special genes, ten buildings, 40 (!) more splices, more missions, special museum missions, a theme park, and the return of the Romantic. There have also been a few notable changes such as special genes showing up in the gallery, the removal of the ability to trade Utopium (but you can trade Mutopium), and the end of winter (finally!).
Posted by Andrew Stevens on February 6th, 2014 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
The Quest – Elemental Asteroids is a new expansion for The Quest, allowing existing players to continue their journey with their current characters as they discover new areas and quests. For those who currently don’t own The Quest, they can also enjoy the new expansion as a standalone title. Players can discover icy and dusty locations, along with city ruins and dungeons while running into new monsters and items.
Posted by Rob Rich on January 2nd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Those weird oil-gobbling “levels that are also creatures” have returned, and they’re still hungry!
Feed Me Oil 2 has just hit the App Store with an oily vengeance. The new and improved liquid physics puzzler offers up more of just about everything: more levels, more gadgets, and of course, more oil. You’ll have to guide the crude into the waiting mouths (or mouth-like openings) of various massive creatures across four distinct chapters; many of which will toss in curveballs like water or ice in order to really mix things up. You know, since oil and water don’t mix and all that.
You can download Feed Me Oil 2 right now for $2.99.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on December 4th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Pixel People gets a new winter event thanks to its latest update, which covers the town in snow. The update adds new mini-games that include stopping a grinch from taking over a town, collecting reindeer to revive a holiday spirit, and more. The update also adds new genes, buildings, decor, and landscaping options.